Amir Baghiri | Dreamresources

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by Amir Baghiri

Dreamresources makes for must-experience listening, and has graced many of my midnights
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Dreamgate
7:05 album only
2. A Secret Place
6:03 album only
3. Lucid Phantom
6:28 album only
4. Pulse of Transforming Trees
8:57 album only
5. Moonloop
12:52 album only
6. Any Colour You Wish
8:50 album only
7. Distant Darkland
6:59 album only
8. The Fifth Key
16:12 album only
9. Horama
3:57 album only
Downloads are available as MP3-320 files.


Album Notes
2007 re-release of baghiri's classic album

If your own resources are lacking, Amir Baghiri is here to provide potent fodder for dreams of any type... day or night, Dreamresources emits lustrous ambiance of the highest calib

The Dreamgate swings open into a primitive, beat-pummeled land where encroaching mists set the sky alight and... dogs bark? That particularly beaty realm is abandoned in favor of steamier abstractions, like the boiling gleams and shadows of A secret place; stunningly vague atmospheres swirl in varying viscocities. Equally as lovely (and intriguingly formless) are the vaporous currents of Lucid phantom ... and pretty much each of the remaining pieces!

As its title implies, Any colour you wish gives your imagination plenty of options; go wherever you want on these silken streams... is it like slow-motion cloudsurfing? Swimming through luminous jello? Uphill skiing on some otherworldly slope? Going fetal in warm embryonic fluids? Compelling Distant darkland hints at roughness, as faint rumbles scrape the otherwise-preternaturally-serene environments.

See the above descriptions and stretch them into a longer piece; the eighth track, The fifth key (16:14), unlocks even more-expansive soundscenes where barely-tangible drones whisper in longform sky-tidal passages, occasionally accented with starshine sparkles. The final flows (and ebbs) of Horama (3:57) are awash with luxurious pacing and incomprehensible beauty... so fine!

With synthesizers and restrained usage of a host of other (hardly recognizable) instruments, Amir Baghiri (with help from family and friends) spins near-nothingess into amazing amounts of wondrously oblique ephemera. Clocking in at over 77 minutes, Dreamresources makes for must-experience listening.



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