Unusual Sounds encapsulates the niche and fascinating subculture of library music. Genres were spliced, conventions dispensed with, and oftentimes hybrid...
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Unusual Sounds encapsulates the niche and fascinating subculture of library music. Genres were spliced, conventions dispensed with, and oftentimes hybrid music of astonishing complexity was produced. Elements of rock, jazz, soul, even twentieth-century avant-garde composition were all utilised, and no stone was left unturned in the 20 track compilation. As a result, some of the best library music defies all categorisation, reflecting the individualistic quirks and artistry of the various musicians who made it.
A1. Keith Mansfield - "Funky Fanfare" A2. Stefano Torossi - "Running Fast" A3. D. Patucchi - "La Dimostrazione" A4. Klaus Weiss - "Survivor" A5. Janko Nilovic - "Xenos Cosmos" A6. V. Geminiani - "Ophis Le Serpentaire" B1. Stringtronics - "Tropicola" B2. Stefano Torossi - "Feeling Tense" B3. Gary Pacific Orchestra - "Soft Wind" B4. John Cameron - "Half Forgotten Daydreams"
B5. F. Micalizzi - "Night Breeze" B6. Les Hurdle, Kathleen Poppy & Madeline Bell - "You've Got What It Takes" C1. Electric Machine - "Fancy Good" C2. C. Cordio & F. Vinciguerra - "Quips and Cranks" C3. Les Hurdle & Frank Ricotti- "Dissolves" C4. Joel Vandroogenbroeck & Walt Rockman - "Fairy Tale" C5. Mladen Franko - "Weeping Eelgrass" C6. Peter Patzer - "Mild Maniac" D1. Joel Vandroogenbroeck & Mark Monsen - "Group Meditation" D2. Roland Hollinger - "Dream Number Two"