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I'm aware of the [[http://typophile.com/node/123|What are you listening to?]] topic, but it has this temporary itch. What is/are your all time typo-creative not so temporary soundographic classic(s)?

To start ... mine are:
[[http://www.kruidvatentertainmentshop.nl/epages/entertainment.storefront/...|Canto Ostinato – Simeon Ten Holt]] (Click on 'Luisteren' for a samle).
[[http://www.amazon.com/Bach-Cello-Suites-Inspired-Six-Part/dp/B0000029YB|Bach Cello Suites – Yo Yo Ma]]

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to name a few that I frequently return to:

Popol Vuh - Lezte Tag Lezte Nächte
Pearls Before Swine - the Use of Ashes
John Cale - Paris 1919
Andres Aegovia - DG boxed set
Gram Parsons - GP

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Popol Vuh is great, and 1919 is one of my all time favs. Great taste (not that my recognition makes it so).

I wish there was a better mastered version on 1919, my CD sounds like mud.

[[http://mog.com/music/Jim_O%2527Rourke|Jim O'Rourke - Insignificance]]

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**edit** If possible (read: not too much effort) please provide 'easy listening' links.

I love John Cale's (new) album BlackAcetate. Jim O’Rourke is really nice. I'll delve into the others soon to hopefully find some new long term inspiration. thx.