RELEASE Welcome To The Lounge - 2CD Set Performed By David Gainsford and Space Dreams Project
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Yo!

I'm either aloof or bad mannered in real life sometimes, to contrast the usual mild mannered behaviour. So I reach out to my Musikhoren-freunden for blabida.

This comes from my lack of tranquilisation from the world at large, the fact I feel I've lived and loved and lost a very long time, medication is needed, you get my drift.

What ties this narrative together? Well. The other day I went to Witney market, where Mr #hameron lived, which has always been a lovely place really, very Cotswoldian.

On the way back from the record shop, I spotted this long out of print gem, selling for a quid along with a variety of Jizz CDs (I bought a nice Cannonball Adderley one, too).


The CD... Welcome To The Lounge. Wouldn't sound out of place on a label such as Omni Music these days.
Yes, this isn't necessarily coffee stable, some of it has a spacey spring in its hoof.
There are 14 tracks on each side (CD), as well as an interlaced pattern built around home design epicures.
Check it out...I just found you a link:

https://www.discogs.com/David-Gainsford-...se/3788156

If I have the energy I'll search on Spotify for you, since it is relevant to my cataloguing interests.

Edit: here we are...

David Gainsford:

https://www.discogs.com/David-Gainsford-...se/3788156

Space Dreams Ambient and Drone playlist:

https://open.spotify.com/user/deerwolf1/...12GiC5IDuy

1660 songs. So with that third link you're looking at over 100 hours of pure Ambient music. Minimal beats, sweet drones and dissonant pulses.


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For the ardent Muttley journalism fans, you'll know I have linked the Space Dreams playlist on SC already. That's also what caught my eye to buy this for cheap.

Slightly more expensive copies of the 2CD available for £3.39 upwards on Discogs.
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DIsc two is seriously fine stuff. Sounds like Polar was responsible. This stuff is very downtempo Polar, slightly Pilote, but more Polar/ Dissident than anything else. Very special and very circadian rhythms.

Of course, many artists are similar. And people hear things differently. That said, I love it excessively. This is the kind of downtempo and chillout music I live for.

Why? Slightly Balearic, yearning stuff, spacey and solemn, not coffee table in the extreme, and nails the locus of revolvent retrospectivity with 1990s electronic music experiments.
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