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Performer: Dreamfish
Genre: Electronic
Title: Dreamfish
Released: 1993
Style: Techno, Ambient
FLAC version ZIP size: 2960 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1410 mb

Tracklist


Fishology9:25
Under Water15:18
School Of Fish18:26
Hymn28:09

Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
PW 02Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(CD, Album, Ltd)Fax +49-69/450464PW 02Germany1993
PW 01Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(12", Ltd)Fax +49-69/450464PW 01Germany1993
RSN LP 9Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(2x12", Album, W/Lbl)Rising High RecordsRSN LP 9UK1993
RSN LP9Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(2xLP, Album)Rising High RecordsRSN LP9UK1993
RSN CD9Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(CD, Album, May)Rising High RecordsRSN CD9UK1993
RSN CD9Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(CD, Album, PDO)Rising High RecordsRSN CD9UK1993
noneDreamfish Dreamfish ‎(Cass, Promo)CopymastersnoneUK1993
SRCS 7808Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(CD, Album, RE)Sony RecordsSRCS 7808Japan1995
aw 012Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(CD, Album, RE)Ambient Worldaw 012Germany1996
AVA 007Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(CD, Album, Promo, RE)Avatar RecordsAVA 007Israel2001
AVA 007, AVA 007-2Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(CD, Album, RE)Avatar Records, Avatar Records, Pro File, Pro FileAVA 007, AVA 007-2Israel2001
AVA 007-2Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(CD, Album, RE)Avatar Records, Pro FileAVA 007-2Israel2001
AW 012Dreamfish Dreamfish ‎(CD, Album, RE)Ambient WorldAW 012Germany2001

About Album


Listen to music from Dreamfish like Under Water, Aquarium & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dreamfish. The first album was originally released on Namlook's Fax label, the UK saw a vinyl release via the Rising High record label in 1993. A 2nd album arrived in 1995 on the Fax label. View wiki. This was a collaboration project between the two artists Pete Namlook and Mixmaster Morris in the ambient genre. Dreamfish by Mixmaster Morris & Pete Namlook, released 24 January 2016 1. School Of Fish 2. Hymn 3. Fishology 4. Under Water Dreamfish is the legendary collaboration between Pete Namlook & Mixmaster Morris Irresistible Force. This album has been crowned as one of the all time classic ambient albums ever released. It was well known as one of Rising High's best and famous albums released back in the 90s. The album was unavailable for years, and was nowhere to be found. Includes unlimited streaming of Dreamfish via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Buy Compact Disc. Album 1993 4 Songs. Mixmaster Morris & Pete Namlook. Dreamfish is an essential album for a psychedelic trip, akin to Pink Floyd Echoes yet grounded in raw analog sound. The record begins with the mysteriously simple School of Fish, a dreamy opus that merges the technological and the natural. It tends to tickle the mind, and brings a warm and fuzzy sensation with tribal elements keeping one in sync to the cosmos. INgrooves от лица компании Avatar Records The Royalty Network Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Audiam Publishing и другие авторские общества 5. Pete Namlook. Dreamfish II. Dreamfish II 1995. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Pete Namlook , Mixmaster Morris. Songs in album Dreamfish II 1995. Pete Namlook ft. Mixmaster Morris - Aquarium. 6th track from Cooltiplex album. Music for an immaginary european low budget . This album has an average beat per minute of 99 BPM slowestfastest tempos: 78122 BPM

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Listen to music from Dreamfish like Under Water, Aquarium & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Dreamfish. Latest release. Dreamfish 2. 23 October 1995. Play album. Popular this week. 2 listeners. Where the long-running association of ambient music with outer space was willingly courted by groups such as the Orb and even Morris's own Irresistible Force, Dreamfish headed instead for aquatic depths, and tracks such as Fishology and School of Fish are a pure immersion experience - the kind of music for which you'll willingly court cliché by listening to. Dreamfish by Mixmaster Morris & Pete Namlook, released 24 January 2016 1. School Of Fish 2. Hymn 3. Fishology 4. Under Water Dreamfish is the legendary collaboration between Pete Namlook & Mixmaster Morris Irresistible Force. This album has been crowned as one of the all time classic ambient albums ever released. It was well known as one of Rising High's best and famous albums released back in the 90s. The album was unavailable for years, and was nowhere to be found. Get hypnotized in an underwater journey, and follow Pete Namlook & Mixmaster Morris to the path of the Dreamfish. Dreamfish скачать mp3 в хорошем качестве, либо слушайте песню Babylon - Dreamfish, Thug Knife - Dreamfish, Gizbeatz - DREAMFISH, Dreamfish - Submerge, Dreamfish - Hymn, а также рингтоны на звонок и все новые треки. Dreamfish Under Water. Dreamfish Hymn. Неизвестен dreamfish-miami vice. Babylon Dreamfish. 1995 Dreamfish Dreamfish CD Japan 02. The BBC artist page for Dreamfish. Find the best clips, watch programmes, catch up on the news, and read the latest Dreamfish Morris & Pete Namlook. INgrooves от лица компании Avatar Records The Royalty Network Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Audiam Publishing и другие авторские общества 5. Like Save it to your favorites. Like Leave your review Home. For the last 14 days: 1 tracks. 2 stations. 2 countries. Dreamfish top songs. Now playing: Lewis Capaldi Someone You Loved. Радио Сибирь. Justin Timberlake CAN'T STOP THE FEELING . Dreamfish 2 Mixmaster Morris. Download and listen online Dreamfish by Babylon. Genre - Progressive Rock. Duration 09:15. Format mp3. On this page you can download song Babylon - Dreamfish in mp3 and listen online. Progressive Rock Art Rock. Dreamfish has been added to your Cart. Buy Now. Prime members enjoy FREE Delivery and exclusive access to music, movies, TV shows, original audio series, and Kindle books. Get started. Back to top

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Rrinel
This album has seen me through the years since it was released. I always come back to it for a certain feeling. You really need this.

Leyl
I bought the album when it came out in '93 and i still get the same beautiful feeling listening to it in 2018...that's years 25 later.... what more needs to be said?

Uaoteowi
After the high of Hymn, the next track Fishology is another excellent track. Flanged rising and falling synth, rhythmic frog like chant and the bell that accompanies it like a companion.Underwater is described brilliantly by Namlook and Morris. You can hear the music depicting the sea moving above and around you with sea-life rushing by as you view it all underwater, with what seems to me an Hawaiian / Polynesian sounding tinge to it.

Ueledavi
Don't get me wrong i like the other tracks, classic ambient but 'Hymn' must be one of Namlooks (and Morris') best pieces. The tinkly melody, the rising and falling (then chopped) stabs, male vocal and swirling synth just make it in my opinion one of the all time classic Namlook tracks. I've played this track over and over again in one session, and even had a few years inbetwen listening and still absolutely love it. Can't help closing my eyes and letting it swirl around me. I've just realised its 24 years old!

Cesar
Dreamfish is an essential album for a psychedelic trip, akin to Pink Floyd Echoes yet grounded in raw analog sound.The record begins with the mysteriously simple School of Fish, a dreamy opus that merges the technological and the natural. It tends to tickle the mind, and brings a warm and fuzzy sensation with tribal elements keeping one in sync to the cosmos. Hymn is another wonder, with acidic tones characteristic of the Moog and Rising High label which featured so much of this amazing ambient in the early 90's. Fishology then takes the listen back to the darkness and alien qualities o of outer space. Twisted robotic and electro-analog sound bytes drag the listener along to encounter alien forms. The final piece, Under Water returns the listen to the depths of the liquid ocean, the deeper depths. The feeling of floating with fragments of the previous piece still stable as one drifts deeper and deeper into a subtle tranquility.Let the Dream Fish take you deeper into Inner Space...

Nenayally
very good of its kind.advised.

Zadora
A fantastic ambient album from the early 90's All tracks are available to hear / here on youtube - I bought 2 vinyl copies both had the same scratch to the same side - is that weird or whatso I had to get the cd !anyway Mixmaster Morris in top form 21 years agoBrilliance !

Uste
One of the jewels in the fax crown, Dreamfish is one Namlook release that doesn't drift into mediocre ambient techno, or drift into synth-wank (as he was guilty of on the Dark side of the moog series, sometimes) either. The opener 'School of fish' is a sublime piece of electronica, that propels itself without the need of a 4/4 beat, just subtle pulses that keep if flowing; once listened to it's maddeningly impossible to get it out of your head. The epic 'Hymn' is a bit more drifty and unfocused, but enjoyable all the same. 'Fishology' (notice the titles are becoming reminiscent of Steve Hillage's post-Gong hippy-opus 'Fish rising') lurched forward with what sounds like someone burping the Greek alphabet; and finally the immersive 'Under water' recalls the beatific and sublime 'The rapture of drowning' by Paul Schutze on 'New maps of hell 2'; though DF was the earlier release!A fave of post-club ravers and all of we chill out fans.... highly recommended.

Velan
I'll concur with the other reviews; this is a good album. It's possibly the first solid Fax recording. "School of Fish" is definitely the best and most focused track here, and it ranks up there with the best stuff on this label.Like its successor album, Mixmaster Morris dominates the better parts of Dreamfish, as Namlook stays largely out of the way. "Hymn" is a bit overlong and repetitive, yet it stays interesting and catchy. I'm not a big fan of samples, yet they seem to work OK here. The album loses focus in the later moments, however; by track four, you begin to wonder what happened to the lovely music.Still, it's a record that was probably ahead of its time and doesn't sound too dated even in 2010. Recommended.

Ann
An impeccable release by two hit-or-miss performers, and perfectly titled to encapsulate a mood. There is little to add in the way of plaudits that previous reviewers have not touched upon. This is a wonderful soundtrack for some lucid dreaming or a spaceage cocktail party, while also having enough emotional heft and feeling to be stand-alone, focused listening. Namlook restrains some of his wandering and repetitive meanderings, and Morris clearly shows his avant-garde & experimental bent, pulling Namlook along on the way to turning out some of his best collaborative work. "School of Fish" instantly kicks (if that is possible on an ambient record!) into gear, twinkling and throbbing with a gentle melody and percussion that dances rather than dictates. A low bass swirls in the background, propelling in a most relaxed way. If you were to pick a track to show what FAX is capable of, it would be difficult to select better than this. "Hymn" trances (with a gratuitous Terence McKenna sample) along quickly, and seems a showcase for Namlook rather than Morris. "Fishology" has a delightful croaking noise that, to me, magnifies the fish element of the album, and sounds entirely unlike anything else I've heard on a FAX record. "Under Water" sounds akin to an excerpt from the Blade Runner soundtrack. Listen carefully, and you would swear all it is missing is a saxophone solo! In short, I consider Dreamfish one of the jewels of my entire record collection, and it is certainly an album that can be of great utility regardless of the mood the listener is in, or the time it is listened to. A truly versatile album indeed.

Flash_back
Luckily this album has been licensed to and reissued by many different labels, hence its status as a milestone in hypnotic ambient music. For what my opinion may be worth, everything of value on this album is to be found within the first two tracks: School Of Fish and Hymn. Both are extremely well built and orchestrated slabs of melody and emotion, especially the latter, which stands as THE single most precious piece of downtempo music my ears have ever heard. Coupled with occasional samples going: "The western civilization has nothing to do with women", the track keeps revolving around a single uber catchy and, if you want to call it that, emotional melody. Pure bliss, and it goes on for slightly over 28 minutes. You need to hear it. Trust me. Unfortunately, all great things come to an end, and so do this album's quality and consistency drop after the second tune. Fishology is a pretty irritating track with a vocal sounding like a freckle faced prom king throwing up gallons of beer while muttering the word -Dreamfish-. Jesus, gives me an ear irritation. The closing number, Under Water, sounds just like it was recorded there. I guess it's something for those who like drone(?) music or what not. Basically, it's a fifteen minute soundtrack to water current. Yay, exciting. Oh well, folks dig it, so no need to get all picky and stuff, 'cause in the end, no matter how you look at it, the first two tracks are gargantuan, and justify buying two copies of this, let alone one... Great release!

Mazuzahn
Namlook & Morris have gone fishing! It starts with a beautiful Chill-Out melody, which you can dive into deep ocean, exploring it's endless width. After a deep relaxing 18 minutes, it's time to go and visit space - an unbelievable half an hour track, which I found as the highlight of this album. It's based on the same repeating melody, which simply never ends. You'll find yourself humming this tune, long after listening to it, while trying to find a meaning for that Terrence McKenna sample ("The god of western civilizations, has nothing to deal with women"). Track 3 - SPLASH! back into the blue. This time a bass pad with high pitched tune, on a 6/6 beat with some Jazzy elements. You trip ends with a 15 minutes of ambient sounds, which you can mediate to (otherwise it gets a little bit boring). Pure and classic Ambient. One of the best electronic albums ever made! Anyone for a fried Blue-Cod and potatoes?

Olelifan
An absolutely fabulous and mellow dream that takes you far away from reality into a serene underwater world that makes you hesitant to go back. A peaceful journey fortunately devoid of obtrusive samples, no annoying cursing or anything like in "In Heaven" that spoil "The Fires Of Ork 2", just beautiful dreaammmmmmyy....mmmmm....

Haracetys
Exactly! Annoying and it ruins the track Hymn. Dreamfish 2 is much better album with no annoying samples.

GawelleN
Unfortunately it's not devoid of annoying samples... the Terence McKenna one in Hymn is pointless.