K. Leimer | The Listening Room (Remastered)

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The Listening Room (Remastered)

by K. Leimer

"The Listening Room is a totally satisfying ambient album that is not only aesthetically very appealing, it also has a welcome ability to bring calm to a busy mind. Highly recommended " -- Mellifula
Genre: Avant Garde: Electronic Avant-Garde
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1. Circle of Grey
21:09 $0.99
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2. Teeming Solitude 1
10:00 $0.99
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3. Teeming Solitude 2
9:48 $0.99
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4. Teeming Solitude 3
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5. Body of the Beloved
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
The Listening Room belongs more to the past than to the future. And as in the past, these pieces were fooled into existence by establishing conditions and further manipulating the events that occurred within some fairly pliant constraints. The goal was to create what might be called an intricate quiet with a minimal number of elements and distractions while following a path of escalating complexity. As the pieces become progressively more dense, more harmonically complex they extrude themselves from formlessness to an end with a more structured sense of form. This music is not intended to be narrative. While naming imparts meaning, any meaning will be difficult if not impossible to find since there is no intention to create analogies between the titles and the sounds. Equally lacking is any ideology about a representational music, outside the admittedly subjective goal of staging an “intricate quiet”. remastered by greg davis.

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