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Discussion in 'music' started by monad, Aug 27, 2013.

  1. monad

    monad pfm Member

    What are you listening to when really far away in exile from the world ?
  2. Snufkin

    Snufkin pfm Member

    Its a good question and not simple to answer. Most of the above would cover some of the times I listen to music on my own. Sometimes it relates to indulgence; listening to music that few others appreciate. For me it could be Dave Mason and Cass Elliot whilst I am washing up, Miles Davis whilst I am in a more contemplative mood.

    I always liked the Classical Indian perspective on music; you played different types of music at different times of the day. I think I now need some raga rock.
  3. mr.datsun

    mr.datsun pfm Member

    I read 'really far away' as being a particular state of mind. In which case it might be one of Morton Feldman piano works – for example Triadic Memories played by Aki Takahashi.
  4. monad

    monad pfm Member

    Ah yes Morton Feldman. Does suit well the far away state. As is, for me, Helmut Lachemmann's "the little match girl". A deep voyage into the mineral and organic. Fascinating. Timelessness like Feldman but with the purpose of a narrative. And emanating from a place utterly other. Perfect when laying on the sofa late in the dark with the whole body shut down except the ears. And a glass of whiskey at arms length.
  5. monad

    monad pfm Member

    mr.datsun if you like Feldman can I suggest Charles Koechlin"s "Persian hours"... somewhere between Feldman & Debussy...
  6. overprint

    overprint pfm Member

    Robert Rich's albums work for me. Varied styles suit whatever mood - eg "Rainforest" is a happy one, "Troubled Resting Place" or "Stalker" are darker, more sombe.

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