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Robert Rich

Robert Rich Across three decades and over 30 albums, Robert Rich has helped define the genres of ambient music, dark-ambient, tribal and trance, yet his music remains hard to categorize. Part of his unique sound comes from using home-made acoustic and electronic instruments, microtonal harmonies, computer-based signal processing, chaotic systems and feedback networks.

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Sunyata
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Robert Rich's first solo album Sunyata, recorded in the winter of 1981-1982, captured a concentrated version of the Sleep Concerts that he began playing those same years.

Trances / Drones
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Deep subterranean ambient music. What was originally a two-CD set, over 2 hours of influential early releases (1983) by one of the pioneers of modern ambient-electronic music - Robert Rich!

Ylang
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Organic, lush and sensual, Robert Rich's first solo studio album in three years seductively blends languid polyrhythms with influences as diverse as South Indian Karnatic music, post-rock, jazz, and minimalism.

Inner Landscapes
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From a 1985 live performance with some of Robert Rich's deepest environmental ambient textures.

Echo of Small Things
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"Echo of Small Things takes Robert Rich's talent for crafting evocative atmospheric ambient tone poems to an almost dizzying level. The integration of assorted environmental sounds--someone walking, the happy gurgling of a baby, nocturnal creatures, rain, wind and thunder--with constantly evolving layers of assorted electro organic musical elements is so flawless, so perfect, and so involving that I always found myself entirely absorbed in the recording."


- Wind and Wire

Open Window
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While better known for his electronic textures, Robert Rich often includes piano solos during his live concerts. Open Window documents his improvisational approach to acoustic piano, with influences ranging from Alan Hovhannes, G.I. Gurdjieff and Erik Satie to Terry Riley and Keith Jarrett.

Calling Down The Sky
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This 74 minute live recording documents an entirely improvised Robert Rich concert in Denver CO, on Saturday July 26, 2003, with an intimate audience who came prepared for anything.

Temple of the Invisible
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Temple of the Invisible finds Robert Rich at his most organic, eschewing the trappings of modernity or stylistic boundaries.

Music from Atlas Dei
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Robert Rich's electronic ambient soundtrack to the film: at times floating, melodic, rhythmic, shadowy, deep, flowing and intense.

Illumination
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Subtle, deep, slow electronic atmospherics created by Robert Rich for a video installation by Michael Somoroff in New York.


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