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Old 06-14-2002, 06:44 PM   #16
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Frank Sinatra (about everything)
Chet Baker (about everything)
The Orb (Orbvs Terrarvm)
Boards of Canada (Music has the right to children)
Aphex Twin (Selected Ambient Vol. 2)
Air (Moon Safari)
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I love the title of that Boards of Canada CD. I had to read it a few times.
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Old 06-14-2002, 08:35 PM   #18
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Lamb, Mandalay, Morcheeba, Vangelis, Groove Armada

Oh, and the Back To Mine Cd Series is really good.. it's a series where each Cd is an artists mix of their favourite usually chilling songs.
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Old 06-15-2002, 05:10 AM   #19
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Kruder & Dorfmeister - the K&D sessions
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Old 06-15-2002, 12:45 PM   #20
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I'll second Salome's choices of BOC and Aphex Twin. I'd also add

My Bloody Valentine - Loveless
Belle & Sebastian - The Boy with the Arab Strap
Brian Eno - Another Green World
Bob Marley - Legend
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My top 5 reccomendations.....

NICK DRAKE -Way to Blue
- Excellent for Sleeping, Late night chats, or homework.

David Gray -WHite Ladder
- Relaxing While Uplifiting while ALSO very emotional.

Chris Issac -Forever Blue
-What did this guy GO through??? Great for a good cry, a good destinationless drive, or an afternoon of sunbathing in the back yard!

BJORK Vespertine-
Agreeing with thread starter...A beautiful, poetic, and powerful album. I traveled many miles and waited many years to see her live(being my fave second to U2) and she is AMAZING.

And for the few of you who don't already have it...I HIGHLY reccommend checking out
U2 Passengers (original soundtracks)
I'm not sure if a better "Chill out" CD has ever been created. You MUST get it now!!!! Check your local Used CD shops for this one as it's a little hard to find. feel free to PM me if you're having diffuculties tracking this one down.

*this has been an edition of Tiffany's music review corner* JK

Anyways, thanks for this thread!! I have many new things to look for now! I hope some of my faves are enjoyable for you too!(he he)
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GREAT call on Nick Drake and David Gray!!!

go get these for sure!
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My current favourite chillout CD is "Felt Mountain" by Goldfrapp.
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Old 06-15-2002, 11:10 PM   #26
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Check out:
Thievery Corporation
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Vangelis (Antarctica/Blade Runner/Oceanic)
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With K&D, Morcheeba, Massive Attack and Lamb being mentioned, Id hardly suggest Saint Etienne.
Tricky might not exactly be chillout...
you might also try Hedfunk, or as well anything appearing on Ninja Tune...
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