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  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: ambient world
  • ASIN: B000059WLY
  • Other Editions: Audio CD
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
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Histories of ambient often start with Brian Eno's "Music for Airports". Up until the electronic music explosion of the early 90's, though, ambient was largely considered a "specialist" genre. With the rave generation's need for post-club "chill out" music, the ambient movement suddenly walked side-by-side with its hyperactive Roland TR909 driven cousin, house, and became a fertile breeding ground for some of the greatest talents of the time.
"Dreamfish", an exotic and richly textured album by Mixmaster Morris and Pete "Namlook" Kuhlman, both prolific in their own right, was the best ever selling album on the Rising High label, a label known mostly for its techno and early trance. A celebration of the sounds of ocean life, it's alleged that Morris and Namlook locked themselves in a studio, took a heap of LSD and stayed up until they had finished this masterpiece.
I'll always remember it best as being the ideal accompaniment to playing the first ever Tomb Raider game, with its glistening aquatic soundscapes and eerie, almost Kraftwerk-like distorted voices. But I have, most of all, been enormously surprised to find that my classical-loving mum is now a huge, recent convert to ambient music; rather like the rave-generation's chill-out seekers, she says that she loves its eerily calming vibes. If a piece of music can unite rave children and classical lovers into one camp, then it must be something truly special.
This is music to bathe in. Spend an hour listening to it in a flotation tank!
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By A Customer on 1 Sept. 2001
Format: Audio CD
i purchased this album a few years ago now and it has gained a place in my classic collection..a beatiful journey through not just the sea but the mind..an appearance from terence mckenna also adds some sparkle..lost as a wave springs to mind,and you will be..sit and listen..
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All I can say about Dreamfish is that it has seldom left my multi-cd player since I bought it nearly 10 years ago (I'm on my second copy) - Mixmaster Morris is the undisputed King of Ambience and I just wish he would release more - others to look out for are ALL of the Irresistible Force albums (especially if you can find Flying High, rare and amazing) - basically anything he's ever done...ever....SUPERB!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Dreamfishology 11 May 2009
By Dr. Murray Anderson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
This 4 track CD combines the ambient textures of Peter Namlook and the funky pyschodelia of Mixmaster Morris into a blissed out bombshell - like floating - the best way to dance on a couch. I have many CD by both these guys and this combination is just fine. If you can get a copy do so.
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