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  1. Goltirn says:
    Ba-Benzélé () Rising Thermal 14° 16' N; 32° 28' E () Charm (Over 'Burundi Cloud') () Originally released in , Jon Hassell and Brian Eno’s collaborative album “Fourth World Music Vol.I: Possible Musics” is a sound document whose ongoing influence seems beyond dispute.
  2. Nikojora says:
    Fourth World Vol Possible Musics This long out-of-print, seminal album from , profoundly influenced futurist ambient sounds and global-minded musical explorers. Remastered with a page booklet that includes an essay by Brian Eno and an exclusive.
  3. Mizilkree says:
    Fourth World Vol. 1: Possible Musics, an Album by Jon Hassell & Brian Eno. Released in April on Editions EG (catalog no. EGED 7; Vinyl LP). Genres: Tribal Ambient. Featured peformers: Brian Eno (producer), Jon Hassell (co-producer, composer, trumpet), Michael Jay (engineer), Pete Sobol (assistant engineer), Greg Calbi (mastering), William Coupon (portrait photography), The Cream Group.
  4. Brak says:
    "Jon Hassell’s album Fourth World, Vol. 1: Possible Musics, produced alongside Brian Eno, is perhaps the most common entry point in the trumpeter’s catalog, arriving during the latter’s ascendance as a pop theorist and alchemist. But Hassell’s debut contains many of the same ideas in a more muted and subtle form.
  5. Zolozragore says:
    Höre Fourth World Vol 1 Possible Musics von Jon Hassell auf Deezer. Mit dem Musikstreaming von Deezer kannst du mehr als 56 Millionen Songs entdecken, Tausende Hörbücher, Hörspiele und Podcasts hören, deine eigenen Playlists erstellen und Lieblingssongs mit deinen Freund*innen teilen.
  6. Mom says:
    fourth world vol 1:possible musics by jon hassell & brian eno buy online at resident, a luxury reissue of this classic, ground-breaking album from.
  7. Virisar says:
    Jan 25,  · Largely thought of merely as a mostly stillborn offshoot of Brian Eno's larger ambient music series, the Fourth World series of albums, in collaboration with trumpeter Jon Hassell, is actually an entirely separate beast. Fourth World, Vol. 1: Possible Musics starts off from the same basic idea as Hassell's previous solo albums, like Earthquake Island and Vernal Equinox: a blend of avant-garde 10/
  8. Kagaramar says:
    Jan 08,  · It features an insightful interview inside the record sleeves with Hassell and also comes with a CD of the original material. With Fourth World Vol. 1: Possible Musics Hassell tore up all previous existing musical maps and created a dreamlike world filled with brilliantly conceived sound sculptures and plenty of dirt and mud.

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