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Timbral Planes - Jeff Greinke

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    Seattle based musician and sound sculpter Jeff Greinke's 1988 release Timbral Planes, offers a lot in sonic landscape. One of the original purveyors of Dark Wave. Greinke weaves ambient textures within textures and weaves even more experimental sound shapes over top many of the pieces.
    Track Listings:
    CD listings:

    1. Timbral Planes 2:30
    2. Slow Fall 3:35
    3. Rift 2:57
    4. A Splash And Thunder 3:29
    5. Glacial Return 6:22
    6. Rolling Black Cloud 3:33
    7. The Waiting 3:11
    8. In Cages 3:30
    9. River's Edge 3:09
    10. Upon Reflection 3:45

    LP Listings:

    Side 1

    1. Timbral Planes 2:30
    2. Slow Fall 3:35
    3. Rift 2:57
    4. A Splash And Thunder 3:29
    5. Glacial Return 6:22

    Side B

    1. Rolling Black Cloud 3:33
    2. The Waiting 3:11
    3. In Cages 3:30
    4. River's Edge 3:09
    5. Upon Reflection 3:45
    Artist Name(s):
    Jeff Greinke, John Culbertson-Hawkley
    Producer(s):
    Intrepid
    Release Year: 1988
    Style:
    Ambient, Experimental, Industrial, Soundtrack
    Album Type:
    Studio
    Formats:
    Compact Disc, LP 33 1/3
    Cover & Packge Design:
    Intrepid
    Mastering: SST Brüggemann GmbH
    Liscense:
    Copyright
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Dossier, Linden Music
    Catalog Number(s):
    LP: ST 7549, CD: LM 2015
    Location:
    Seattle, Washington
    Publisher:
    Intrepid
    Sources
    Editions / Reissues
    1. 1988 - Dossier ST 7549 - LP
    2. 1994 - Linden Music LM 2015 - CD
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Jack Hertz

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A seminal work that I was highly influenced by for its adventurous production, composition approach, and work with dark atmospheric timbres and soundscapes. 

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