> --- alex millar wrote: > > what is the great music that I should listen to? Tim Nelson replied: > 1) "OHM: the early gurus of electronic music > 1948-1980" (CD3670) is a three CD set that comes with > a 96 page book. > 2) "Orbitones, Spoon Harps & Bellowphones" (CD3610) > 3) "Gravikords, Whirlies & Pyrophones" (CD3630) each > consist of a CD and a 96 page book about experimental > musical instruments. then Jukka seconded: > I have listened number 1 and 3 both very good.. and just to be Devil's Advocate I'll put in my two cents: Tim's recommendations #2 and 3 are both excellent compilations featuring extremely innovative, creative instrument builders and performers. They're not exclusively *electronic* but they are very much worth seeking out. I would also echo previous recommendations for the music of Brian Eno, especially his classic "Another Green World" and the more loop-centered "No Pussyfooting" and "Evening Star," both collaborations with Robert Fripp.