"The Unknown World" - album of improvisations

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"The Unknown World" - album of improvisations

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Hi, LinuxMusicians! :)

I have an anniversary - 10 years of using Linux Ubuntu, the first time I installed it in 2010 and since then have not been disappointed in this miracle :D Now i use Ubuntu Studio. Many thanks to all creators of Ubuntu and Linux, this allowed me to do my creative work honestly, without stealing the necessary programs, and without giving the last money for each functionality. And many more delicious buns that you know very well :wink:

And the next album of musical improvisations I recorded in Linux.
Tilted "The Unknown World", tracklist:

1. The Secret Book
2. The White Voice
3. Electrotrain
4. The Melody of Autumn Lakes
5. Spitzbergen
6. Good Night, Babies!
7. Bimbo
8. Lindulovskaya Groves
9. The Wonderful Future
10. The Winter Park
11. Morena Come
12. The Fallen UFO
13. The Home Arrest
14. The Strange of Life
15. The Unknown World
16. Runway
17. The Silent Hour
18. The Cosmic Fairytales
19. The Waltz of Snowflakes
20. Melted Snow
21. The Generator of Illusions
22. The Forest Air
23. TV-delirium
24. The Mass Insanity
25. The Acoustic Easel

Listen/Download limited edition version (without 2 tracks - mad robot on Jamendo decide that i steal 2 melodies, and delete it automatically. Haha, full delirium in digital brain :mrgreen: Tomorrow they'll tell you that the robot saw you kill a man and you'll be put in jail by a robot court verdict :idea: I wrote to support, explained - from Jamendo no answer)
https://www.jamendo.com/album/194122/the-unknown-world

Mirror with full version - https://psyocean.bandcamp.com/album/the-unknown-world

Have good listen! :)

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psyocean wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 12:24 pm
I have an anniversary - 10 years of using Linux Ubuntu, the first time I installed it in 2010 and since then have not been disappointed in this miracle :D Now i use Ubuntu Studio. Many thanks to all creators of Ubuntu and Linux, this allowed me to do my creative work honestly, without stealing the necessary programs, and without giving the last money for each functionality.
Excellent! Congratulations on your 10 year milestone :D I admire your ambition and productivity. There's so much there I haven't had a chance to listen to it all yet! What I have heard so far is great 8)
psyocean wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 12:24 pm
And many more delicious buns that you know very well :wink:
I really wish you'd called the album "delicious buns" :D
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Very good work. "The White Voice" is my favourite of the set.

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turbidh20 wrote:
Sat Aug 01, 2020 3:49 pm

I really wish you'd called the album "delicious buns" :D
Thanks for the idea, I'll think about it!

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Folderol, thanks, i glad for you!

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"Good Night, Babies!" is my favorite. I have put so many babies to sleep over the years, and I just love it when they are all asleep and looking like little angels in their beds. Their breathing in and out is like a sweet melody. You captured that gentle, loving moment really well in your music.

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