Lantern Marsh (5:31)

Cover of Ambient 4: On Land

From Ambient 4: On Land and 2 other releases

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  • interhole

    still sounds so fresh

    21 Jun 11:48pm Reply
  • Deato

    Ambient in the highest and loveliest....Lantern Marsh, Unfamiliar Wind, and A Clearing

    19 Jan 2014 Reply
  • th00ht

    the only problem with this track is that is stops

    2 Jun 2012 Reply
  • turboboost

    do i hear "the heavenly music corporation" in the background?

    24 Jun 2010 Reply
  • PoeTattoo

    No words to describe what I'm feeling as I listen to this....

    20 Apr 2010 Reply
  • drthatguy

    nice \/

    23 Feb 2010 Reply
  • ctd55

    This is the sound of nothingness formed into our own image. The environment is an abandoned industrial park on a breezy night. The metallic hum in the background is untapped electrical current still coursing through the walls: it's as if the entire area is groaning, waiting to be brought back to life. Water drips in puddles on cracked concrete floors, rusting debris rattles in the wind, metal gates open and close in the distance--and all the sounds, muffled by a million reverberations off dusty walls, echo down deserted corridors to your ears. The pent-up energy of discarded machinery and the discarded people who used to tend to it is closing in and surrounding you. Wastelands, you now realized, are no longer places that are untouched by human hands; they are, instead, places that have been formed by human hands and left idle. This is the uncanny sound of traces of who we once were, the sound of a world built to cater to needs we no longer have.

    1 Dec 2009 Reply
  • janwilczur

    A lovely, bleak, featureless, expanse of salt-marsh, perhaps?

    23 Nov 2009 Reply
  • opsik

    So I am finally at the "the father of ambient music" grove. I can't stay for long or I will never leave.

    15 Dec 2008 Reply
  • Aethelstan

    Needs to be heard at night with the lights out for best impact :)

    22 Jul 2008 Reply
  • verplanck

    could be part of a soundtrack to a role-playing game...'entering the lantern marsh'. Suitably dark and damp.

    16 May 2008 Reply
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