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Here is another category of great music, everything in electronic music. For practical purposes, here this would include the sub-categories of true electronic music, house, trance, techno, dance, jazz, fusion and new age music. Basically, I wanted to collect in one place, all the instrumental music we have on Free Music57, excerpt the purely rock instrumentals. Ever since I made my first blog post on the old Evans Liberal Politics, the old version of The Daily Walk with Miracles, from November 23, 2008, I have been collecting music to stream for my viewers, and I really feel I have some good sounds here. Overall I kind of feel it has mostly a trance effect on the listener. This is music that I both paid for – (most tracks on this playlist) – and learned how to get some tracks for free so that I could share my favorite music with you. I wanted to collect the electronic and that sort of instrumental music and share it with you:
Hot & Cool Electronic Sounds
to Inspire Us
and Help Us Through Our Day
32 of the Best Electronic Tracks Anywhere
“Spring,” an emotional, sad & sweet and kind of heavy blues rock track with great instrumentation and a lead guitar that reminds me just a little of ELP’s Lucky Man, by “mart,” an anonymous artist from Kiev. Love Mother Earth! We kinda need to have a place to live for a while, right? Ah, a night breeze wafting in through the window on a summer’s eve…. 4:37
Here are a couple of nuevo flamenco favorites by my favorite musician in that genre, Jesse Cook – world music with an electronic flavor:
“Mind Your Matter,” a slowly building, relentless, spacey and pulsating euphoric trance-house journey, by Bjorn Fogelberg. Originally from The ‘Old Stuff’. 9:25
“Gravitons,” a growing, pulsating analogue techno/trance track with sweeping synthesizers on a deep bass groove, by Bjorn Fogelberg. Originally from The ‘Old Stuff’. 7:00
U2 – Electronified
“Blue Shiva,” a really cool and hip sort of long electronic piece, which sounds somehow rather symphonic to me, by Massimo Migliosi, obtained from download.com (when they were still offering free music). The Hindu God Shiva, who is one of their Trinity of Gods, has been identified by comparative religion scholars as comparable to Christ, and is their God of destruction and regeneration. — 11.09
Here is some electronic diversion – remixes of rock songs:
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"I Robot:" Follow the rhythms and find yourself in wonder. It’s not that hard, but there are several strains and rhythms going on in this live performance of a track that used to be particularly fascinating for me. — 5:50