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Ride

Label: First World Music
Released: 2000

Cities In Fog

Label: Projekt
Released: 2000

Lost Terrain

Label: Hypnos Recordings
Released: 2000

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Jeff Greinke: Lost Terrain

Read "Lost Terrain" reviewed by AAJ Staff

Seattle-based ambient composer Jeff Greinke has a varied output, which ranges from rock to jazz to experimental noise, but he is perhaps best known for his ambient work. This 1992 album, Lost Terrain , is some of his finest ambient work, characterized by a slow-paced, chill melancholy. Not for Greinke are the pseudo-"tribal" drumbeats of other ...

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Jeff Greinke: Cities In Fog

Read "Cities In Fog" reviewed by AAJ Staff

This release sees a remastered version of Jeff's first album on disc one and new material, '95-'97 on disc two. This is dark, brooding, expansive ambience at its droning best. It is an aural diary of inner reflections upon the “everyday sounds and their inherent beauty" quoting Greinke. This is not ethnic, percussive, trance music. This ...

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Jeff Greinke: Ride

Read "Ride" reviewed by Glenn Astarita

With Ride Seattle based keyboardist Jeff Greinke combines ambient electronic dreamscapes with rock rhythms and melodic hooks on pieces such as the title track - “Ride”, “Just Like That” and other originals. And along with super bassist Fred Chalenor and drummer Greg Gilmore, Greinke pursues solid rhythmic frameworks in support of his multifarious approach to loops, ...

Ride

Label: Thrill Jockey
Released: 1999


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