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Tuesday, November 29, 2011

[Sonoton] - VA - Soft Moods



Sonoton - son 154 - VA - Soft Moods

Descriptive, contemporary soft sounds and underscores for environment, nature, pastoral, exploration and romance.

Rip kindly provided by Vasco, in his pursuit of the tracks used in this documentary: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xu1U5WDz9QA
As you can see from the comments to the video, most tracks have been identified, with the exception of the first one, I think.

The composers of this fine album include Jim Harbourg, Sammy Burdson, Mac Prindy, Rolf Steinfelder, Walt Rockman and Tony Tape.


10 comments:

  1. very cool. always fun tracking down the id's for film incidentals.

    thanks, ptrond!

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  2. Wow! I found some familiar sounds here! Yummy...
    Thanks, Ptrond!
    And I'm still hungry for Sonotons crunchy cookies. I will wait for next one.
    Thanks again.

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  3. Pure magic all the way through... @-.-@

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  4. in his pursuit to find the tracks he had some help ; ) thanks for the azeite Vasco!

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  5. All the composers listed are in fact...one person (source Discogs)

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  6. LibraryCollectorHUAugust 13, 2012 at 6:31 PM

    Slightly offtopic here... in the main post there was a Youtube link of a Brazilian documentary with ID'ed tracks --

    I wonder if someone could help us identify the musics in this video (a teletext programme from Hungary but the music is licensed from a library, possibly from Germany):
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LDf-PPz2hGg

    The tracks we're looking for in the above video are:
    0:16 - 2:31 -- slow electronic funk
    2:32 - 5:04 -- upbeat electronic funk w/ guitar solo
    5:05 - 5:35 -- electronic funk w/ guitar solo

    Thanks in advance!

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    1. LibraryCollectorHU, sorry I can't be of any help regarding the tracks in the clip. I've listened to them over and over, and especially enjoy the first track in the clip. Please notify me if you ever manage to id them!

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    2. LibraryCollectorHUAugust 27, 2012 at 5:44 PM

      Many thanks for trying - I'll write as soon as they get ID'ed... they're most likely Sonoton, and in that case, Sven Torstensson might be the closest in sound... thanks again!

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  7. Any possibility of a re-upload of this one ?
    so so crazy can't find em anywhere

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  8. Do you happen to have "The Balkans" (SON 149)?

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