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Chill Out
by   The KLF
featuring:   Dr. Alex Patterson
1.
Brownsville Turnabout on the Tex-Mex Border
2.
Pulling Out of Ricardo and the Dusk is Falling Fast
3.
Six Hours to Louisiana, Black Coffee going Coid
4.
Dream Time in Lake Jackson
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5.
Maurugada Eterna
6.
Justified and Ancient Seems a Long Time Ago
7.
Elvis on the Radio, Steel Guitar in my Soul
8.
3am Somewhere out of Beaumont
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9.
Wichita Lineman was a Song I Once Heard
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10.
Transcentral Lost in my Mind
11.
The Lights of Baton Rouge Pass By
12.
A Melody from a Past Life Keeps Pulling Me Back
13.
Rock Radio into the Nineties and Beyond
14.
Alone Again with the Dawn Coming Up
Chill Out
This is the album that awoke the new Ambient music style, though it owes everything to W. Carlos. Strangely enough, it's at least 50% Orb, and was just made at the KLF's studios. It's 40+ minutes supposedly excerpted from a 480+ minutes live chill room performance. This was back when chill was unheard of (or at least cutting edge). All I can say is that sounds like a mystical journey through the English countryside. If there's only one Ambient album you ever buy, buy this one too. It's available domestically on Wax Trax, which is owned by TVT these days. Get the import: it has no chapter marks, but it's got an extra car door slamming!
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