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Disc 1
1. Roger Eno - Amukidi
2. Harold Budd - Afar
3. Brian Eno - The river
4. Roedelius - South Of
5. Brian Eno - Markgraph
6. Laraaji - Deep Celectial
7. Misha Mahlin/Lydia Theremin - For Her Atoms
8. John Paul Jones - 4 Minute Warning
9. brian Eno - What Actually Happened?
10. Jon Hassell - Streetfaxx
11. Audio Active & Laraaji - New Laughter Mode
12. Brian Eno & Jah Wobble - Spinner
13. John Cale - The Soul of Carmen Miranda
14. Djivan Gasparyan - Tonight
15. Roger Eno - Emberdays
16. Harold Budd - Saint's Name Spoken

Disc 2
1. Machinefabriek - Moon Shines At Night (Djivan Casparyan)
2. James Blackshaw - Between the Tides (Roger Eno)
3. Ela Orleans - Kalimba (Laraaji)
4. Patten - Mandan (Harold Budd)
5. Sun Araw - Tilturn (Audio Active & Laraaji)
6. Peaking Lights - Puente (Roedelius)
7. Bee Mask - A Cave in England (Laraaji)
8. Bandhell - Inversino (Jon Hassell)
9. Personable - Dark Star (Harold Budd)
10. Hieroglyphic Being - Remember (Roedelius)
11. Gavin Russom - Err (Michael Brook)
12. Motino Sickness of Time Travel - Space Choir (Laraaji)
13. Odd Nosdam - Feral (Harold Budd)

2cd on All Saints, June 2014

This two-disc compilation features original works of All Saints’ core artists including Brian Eno, Jon Hassell and John Cale as well as recent reinterpretations. The first half being titled ‘Originals’, the compositions introduce the label as the versatile experimental ambient imprint it is. Founded by Dominic-Norman-Taylor in London in 1992, All Saints Records has since focussed on keeping these aesthetics alive. Roger Eno’s a capella choirs juxtapose Laraaji’s celestial guitar based sound collages and Jon Hassell’s dissonant funk pop experiments. The second half expands the label’s ideas with reinterpretations by a younger generation of artists with a similar mindset. patten furnishes Harold Butt’s ‘Mandan’ with his signature evolving beat sound. Bandshell dress Jon Hassell’s ‘Inversion’ in a coat of beautiful distortion.

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