Wednesday, June 8, 2022

Dream Weapons present: SEABEDS C60

An underwater lounge music fantasy. Just dive in… the water is clear, warm and inviting -Moahaha


1 Armando Sciascia - Moon on the Sea
2 Brian Bennett - The Swan 1
3 The Smith-Glamann Quintet - Lotus Land
4 André Hossein - Nocturne Vietnamien
5 Wlodzimierz Nahorny - Melodia Z Filmu Dziura W Ziemi
6 Michel Gonet  - The Mermaid
7 Ray Russell - Bright Water
8 Camille Sauvage - Yedo
9 Harpo Marx - Imagination

10 Медео - Сайгаки
11 Медікус / Ігор Хома - Ой зацвіли фіялоньки
12 Patrick Godfrey - All Along
13 Alan Parker - Rainy Sunday
14 John Sangster - Procession Of Tadpoles And Waterstriders
15 Bruno Nicolai – Il Mare
16 Muzzy Marcellino - My Tani
17 Eje Thelin Group - Curved Space
18 Vangelis - Movement One

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  1. Thanks a lot!!! Always interesting music

    1. You're welcome, Il Commendatore - I hope you will enjoy it!

  2. This looks good, anything featuring Armando & Bruno is always going to be a good bet. As ever...many thanks for sharing.

    1. Thank you - I think if you enjoy Armando & Bruno's contributions, there's a good thance you'll find more to like.

  3. graciasssssss!!!!!! :)

  4. Thanks a lot for this brand new experience guaranteed to delight!! Cheers! (advice: mediafire link is off by copyrights)

    1. You're welcome, Crazy Monkey. I think if you try again (even just a couple of seconds later), it works again. Mediafire is like that every once in a while.

  5. Just out of curiosity, what kind of software do you use to create those stunning covers?

    1. Glad you like them! I only us GIMP (The Free & Open Source Image Editor). It's not unlike Photoshop. I put them together almost like you'd make a collage in real life. Cut and paste etc... There's no limit to what you can do with this free software, really. Like everything else, it takes a little practice, but "anyone" can make nice covers.

  6. You have amazing musical taste !Thanks !

  7. Well, anonymous again... perhaps the algo overlords don't think much of little ole me??

    anywho, i adore your latest mixes, and i'm going to get t this one next. it's right down my alley as if i were in Venice, or may on Venus... idk.

    big sun (or whatever my last name was on here)

    1. As you can see by my anonymous reply it's not you, it's Blogger:) Seabeds is perhaps like... springtime in Atlantis! -Moahaha

  8. if i may, and this is anon big sun once again, i'd like to share a link to another watery adventure through sound from one of my favorite spaces for music on the interwebs. Hope you don't mind me sharing this here publicly, but i think you'll find it interesting.

    This comp, from my pal a_pylon, hit on several of my faves including the obscure:
    Luigi Malatesta - Laguna fosforescente .from (1970) [E.M.R. - EMR 06] EMR-06
    F. Bonfanti & V. G. Curcio - Bow .from (1989) [Fonit Cetra - NFC 3039] Speleologia

    Would love to have lossless versions of those albums, but i digress..

    1. lemme add the following album the 'obscure' bit i was referring to...
      Gianni e i suoi solisti - Danza dei coralli .from (1976) [Magma - SMAG 05] Musica del mare

    2. No, I don't mind at all. A thought through little aquatic mix is always welcome. I see we both included Moon on the Sea. Downloaded, and listening now. While Seabeds is a little more sprawling (like a score going through different deep sea moods), a_pylon's take is more unified and meditative. Nice! Thanks! -Moahaha