Monday, April 30, 2012

beyond our sphere

  • “Saturn Rocket” (Start Time: 0:00)
  • “Spanish Pinewood” by Gordon Hempton from Earth’s Morning Song (Miramar), Released January 24, 1995 (Start Time: 0:25)
  • “Liftoff” (Start Time: 0:40)
  • “Afar” by Harold Budd from Serpent/Abandoned Cities (All Saints UK), Released January 1, 2003 (Start Time: 1:08)
  • “Space Walk (Excerpt)” by Lemon Jelly from Lost Horizons (XL Recordings), Released October 7, 2002 (Start Time: 3:27)
  • “The Sun” by Windy & Carl from Consciousness (Kranky), Released March 18, 2001 (Start Time: 3:33)
  • “Rocket Taking Off and Landing” (Start Time: 6:51)
  • “Creation Du Monde” by Vangelis from L’Apocalypse Des Animaux (Polydor), Released 1973 (Start Time: 7:14)
  • “The Ghost Ship (Excerpt)” by Aloof Proof from Piano Text (Infraction Records), Released 1994 (Start Time: 17:06)
  • “The Stars, Like Dust…” by Jonn Serrie from The Stargazer’s Journey (New World Music), Released August 19, 2003 (Start Time: 37:48)
  • “That’s One Small Step” (Start Time: 52:56)
  • “Rocket Taking Off and Landing (In Reverse)” (Start Time: 53:04)

Friday, April 20, 2012

from nightfall to first light

  • “As The Sun Kissed The Horizon” by Biosphere from Substrata (Touch UK), Released January 1, 2004 (Start Time: 0:00)
  • “Rain” by Unknown, Released Unknown (Start Time: 0:00)
  • “06 0 54” by Global Communication from 76:14 (Dedicated/BMG Records/Arista/Legacy/SME), Released June 1994 (Start Time: 1:58)
  • “Beija Flor (Excerpt)” by The Jim Hall Quartet from All Across The City (Concord), Released May, 1989 (Start Time: 2:56)
  • “Any Other Name” by Thomas Newman from the American Beauty Soundtrack (Dreamworks), Released  October 5, 1999 (Start Time: 5:07)
  • “Cirrus” by Hugh & Saturation from Unknown, (Start Time: 9:07)
  • “Cricket Creek” by Unknown, (Start Time: 12:12)
  • “All Things End” by David Helpling from Sleeping On The Edge Of The World (Spotted Peccary), Released September 14, 1999 (Start Time: 13:25)
  • “The Nest That Sailed The Sky” by Peter Gabriel from OVO: The Millennium Show (EMI Import), Released June 12, 2000 (Start Time: 19:40)
  • “Luminous Horizon” by Robert Rich from Propgation (Hearts Of Space Records), Released February 15, 1994 (Start Time: 24:03)
  • “Prisengracht Extensions” (Excerpt) by DAC Crowell from Red-Shifted Harmonies (Magnatune), Released October 19, 2001 (Start Time: 32:53)

Saturday, April 14, 2012



  • "Ignacio" by Vangelis from Ignacio/Entends-Tu Les Chiens Aboyer (Egg/Barclay) Released 1975 (Start Time: 0:00)
  • "10 12 18" by Global Communication from 76:14 (Dedicated/BMG Records/Arista/Legacy/SME) Released June 1994 (Start Time: 4:10)
  • "Requiem For Dying Mothers Part 1" by Stars Of The Lid from (Kranky) Released October 29, 2001 (Start Time: 16:15)
  • "Always With You" by Paul Avgerinos from Words Touch (Round Sky Music) Released November 21, 2001 (Start Time: 22:52)
  • "Kobresia" by Biosphere from Substrata (Touch UK) Released January 1, 2004 (Start Time: 34:33)
  • "Thunderstorm" By Unknown from Unknown (Start Time 41:14)
  • "Memories Of Green" by Vangelis from the Blade Runner Soundtrack (Atlantic/Wea) Released June 21, 1994 (Start Time: 42:55)

Friday, April 13, 2012



  • "Autumn Continent 1" by Between Interval from Autumn Continent (Spotted Peccary), Released August 8, 2006 (Start Time: 0:00)
  • "Weightless You Are" by Paul Avgerinos from Words Touch (Round Sky Music), Released November 21, 2001 (Start Time: 7:24)
  • "I Shall Be Removed" by Ken from Stop! Look! Sing Songs Of Revolutions! (Metropolis Records), Released February 21, 2006 (Start Time: 18:38)
  • "#19" by Aphex Twin from Selected Ambient Works, Vol. II (Sire), Released April 12, 1994 (Start Time: 23:44)
  • "dlp 2" by William Basinski from Disintergration Loops (Musex), Released 2001 (Start Time: 33:36)

Thursday, April 12, 2012


Hello and welcome to Spaceman's Transmissions. In reviewing the ambient that I possess, I hope that you find solitude, peace, and relaxation. I encourage you all to support ambient artists, and if you enjoy what I have played, be sure to seek them out and purchase their music. It keeps them doing what you and I love. Thanks to these sites for inspiring me to make my own ambient mixes: HYDROGEN CAFE (no longer active, but you can still nab some great mixes), LOW LIGHT MIXES (my favorite), and The Quiet Sounds (Asphalt Eden). Props to BLUEMARS and SLEEPBOT ENVIRONMENTAL BROADCAST for quenching my ambient musical thirst via streams.