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Chill Out Live

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  • Audio CD (8 Mar. 1993)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Live
  • Label: Klf Communications
  • ASIN: B000003RFD
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 20,523 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Simon J. Whight on 9 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
I've owned about 3 copies of this in my time due to 'lending out, never seeing again' catastrophe's. I can guarantee, when you hear this, you'll never want to let go of it either. Rather thinking of this as a series of tracks, I think of it as one long 45 minute musical journey. It tends to follow a consistant theme throughout the album. Train noises, sheep baaaaa-ing, dogs barking, the sound of shepherds at work, clanking bells, planes flying by, cars driving past. All set to an eerie choral synth noise, low strange ethnic chants which then change to uplifting synths and gorgeous steel guitars. Snippets of Fleetwood Mac, Elvis, Justfied Ancients float in and out of the mix. Tracks 9 & 10 see some beats introduced for a dramatic orchestral early trance excursion. It never gets monotonous or samey though, different moods float in and out of the mix as you progress through the CD. Sometimes uplifting, sometimes eerie!
Those of you who have heard The Orb's A Huge Evergrowing Pulsating Brain The Rules From The Centre Of The Underworld or the FULL 40 minutes of Blue Room should know what to expect from this. For several years, this was stuck on just as I was drifting off to sleep, the ultimate chilling album. Completely different class to anything you have heard before. Easily up there with The Orb and Global Communication.
Now go burn all copies of Ministry's Chill Out series and tell them that they're VERY naughty...
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44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By John Milne on 15 Aug. 2006
Format: Audio CD
After a 1989 of failed films, unreleased trance singles, and one huge commercial disaster (the "Kylie Said to Jason" single), Bill Drummond and Jimmy Cauty (with help from Alex Patterson of the Orb) began to explore a style of music they termed "ambient house", originally appearing as b-sides and obscure CD single tracks. By January 1990, "Chill Out" was concieved as a "live jam" recorded at the KLF's Trancentral studios, featuring ambients samples and beatless keyboards fading in and out of three main tracks: "Madrugada Eterna" (an improvised guitar piece by the Triffids' Graham Lee), "3 AM Eternal" (originally an ambient piece called "Mommy Don't") and "Last Train to Trancentral" (here renamed "Witchita Lineman Was a Song I Once Heard)". "Chill Out" was recorded live, over a process of about two or three days. Each time, if a mistake were made, the KLF would return to the start of the album and record again from scratch. Some strange alchemy in those sessions produced an album of incredible intrigue and blissed-out beauty, that's as well loved now as it was nearly 17 years ago when first released. Subsequent 1990-1991 ambient pieces, such as Jimmy Cauty's solo "Space" LP and the debut "Ultraworld" by the Orb, were far darker in hue than this imaginary journey through the States. A classic!

If the KLF had done nothing else in their who career - no hit singles, no unreleased films, no money burning - "Chill Out" would have been enough.
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17 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Tyrone Power on 19 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
I bought this album when it was first released on vinyl back in 1990 , out of interest i payed £5 each for "chillout" & "space"....Chillout was the better of the 2 albums although space is a lot more rare...Its now 13 years later a not one artist has released a chillout album in all that time to come near the feelings this gem draws out of your mind. I can put it on now and it still sounds as good as the day i bought it just doesn't seem to sound dated at all...If you are in to chillout music you need this in your collection because without it you don't know nothing about "chillout"....PS years later i did pick up the CD version to save those vinyl grooves...
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By T. SMEDLEY VINE VOICE on 27 Nov. 2003
Format: Audio CD
I have owned this album for a good few years, having 'discovered' the KLF through Last Train.., 3am Eternal, What Time is Love, etc. and found that it shows a great deal more from the duo than previously thought.
It truly is a classic 'chill out' album (sorry), up there with the Orb's first two and FSOL's Lifeforms and anyone with a passing interest in dance/ambient who isn't a KLF fan should be made to hear it.
It is simply a journey, and a pretty life-affirming one at that. I always imagine I am on a train when listening to it, it has that expectancy of the unknown, the relaxing feel of moods passing and at the end you feel you have arrived somewhere, safe and warm.
It is also nice to hear the familar KLF themes coming and going, nearer to their earlier trance incarnations (worth tracking down), which also shows the quality of these tunes.
A good companion to this album, is 'Space' originally written with Alex Patterson, before he set up the Orb, worth getting hold of if you can. Right, that's me done!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By BrassMonkey on 16 Dec. 2006
Format: Audio CD
Is this really the same bunch of [...] that brought us a unique blend of musically disposable political pranksterism, as well as acting (if my memory serves me correctly) as the Timelords? Apparently so, but this is a very different kettle of fish, and one that, pardon the metaphor, has remained a lot fresher.

An ambient mix of steel guitar, road and train noise, Elvis, radio announcements and ads... a blissful ride, all the way up the East coast. Or at least from Brownsville to Baton Rouge and beyond... You won't regret shelling out for this one (I hope), it works superbly and strikes me as highly innovative. Only problem is, it's about half an hour too short! And there's nothing else out there that sounds like it, as far as I can tell... I love this album, just buy it and like it, okay?
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