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Naked, Stoned & Stabbed

Label: Zero Music
Released: 2010
Track listing: Infatuation; Celebration at Big Sur (The Sound of the Gulls Outside of Room 124); Jerry Rubin: He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother; All the Guitar Players Around Sean Smith Say He's Got It Coming, But He Gets It While He Can; Take Off Your Face and Recover From That Trip You've Been On; The Freak Folk Walk By Dressed Up for Each Other; Tariq Ali; Though You're Where You Want to Be, You're Not Where You Belong; Indulgence; Under the Spell; Walking Barefoot in Babylon; I'll Give You Everything I've Got for a Little Piece of Mind; Singing a Song in the Morning.

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Mushroom: Naked, Stoned & Stabbed

Read "Naked, Stoned & Stabbed" reviewed by Chris M. Slawecki


Mushroom's first new set in three years, twelve new originals culminating in a cover of “Singing a Song in the Morning," co-written by Kevin Ayers of the Soft Machine and Syd Barrett of Pink Floyd in heady 1969, is an acoustic guitarist's dream--every song strums and hums with its psychedelic, folksy sound. Mushroom's careening, psychedelic collective ...

Album

Unity

Label: Zero Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: Forward, Flow, Return, In Then Out

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Forgotten Places

Label: Zero Music
Released: 2002
Track listing: A Slow Return, Resonant Landscape, Stolen Moment, Then & Now, Innocence Lost, Mineola Bay, Low & Clear, Malay, Luminous, Endless

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James Johnson: Unity

Read "Unity" reviewed by John W. Patterson


Ever since hearing Johnson’s Surrender, which is in my top five fav ambient releases, I was eager to hear this earlier work. I can hear now, the proto-forms, faint traces and olde tracks that lead to his current ambient space excellence.This release opens with an incredibly similar sound to that found on the Eno ...

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James Johnson and Robert Scott Thompson: Forgotten Places

Read "Forgotten Places" reviewed by John W. Patterson


Fans of Harold Budd, Brian Eno, and Roger Eno piano with treatments works will enjoy this release. This, to date, is James Johnson's most “mainstream, new agey, relaxation piano" release. It will have a very broad appeal to those afraid of weirder-voiced ambience or highly synthesized excursions. As Michael Allison aka Darshan Ambient is one of ...

Album

Forgotten Places

Label: Zero Music
Released: 2001

Album

Surrender

Label: Zero Music
Released: 2000
Track listing: (see review)

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James Johnson: Surrender

Read "Surrender" reviewed by John W. Patterson


Few, very few CDs I receive in the ambient genre, ever reach me as deeply as Surrender. Few, very few releases earn the right, to be called a masterpiece.Johnson's Surrender is a solid masterpiece. Ambient works collectors who desire to only collect the very best must have this release. Fans of Steve Roach, Brian ...


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