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Wye Valley Day Trip

Harold Budd Joanna Brouk Ned Lagin Colin Stetson etc

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Posted 12 March 2019 - 06:25 PM

The Wye Valley is among my favourite routes in the British Isles. Starting in Chepstow & calling at Tintern, Monmouth & Abergavenny, before finishing over the Black Mountains in Hay, the journey takes in rivers, mossy ruins, mountain valleys + diverse fauna and flora. Invoking the unhurried mystery & peace of mind these locations inspire, a harmonic-heavy soundscape designed for stress reduction, reflection & calm.


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Harold Budd - Madrigals Of The Rose Angel
Joanna Brouk - The Space Between
Ned Lagin - Seastones
Long Distance Poison - Signal 1 (Drew McDowall Remix)
Charlemagne Palestine - Strumming For Strings
Ilta Hämärä - Kuvitteellinen Alkuperä
Grateful Dead - What's Become of the Baby
Rumblin_Cynth_Rampo - Passage
Colin Stetson - Reborn
Daphne Oram - Conclusion


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