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Sunday, January 30, 2011

Edward Artemiev - Warmth of Earth (1985 - V 0 bitrate)



7 comments:

Zer0_II said...

I hope you don't mind, but I edited your post and provided a link to the "Moods" post on Motherfucker=Redeemer. If you neglected to link to your blog for a reason, I apologize. I want you to feel free to plug your blog as often as you like. It is the least I could do to accommodate you in return for your generous contributions here.

I considered placing your quote in one of the custom CSS style blockquotes I, but I didn't want to abuse my editorial power. You caught on to all the custom CSS codes I sent you very quickly; so I'll just send you the remaining custom code, and you can use it at your own discretion. Should you wish to, you're also welcome to create your own custom codes for any aspect of your posts, and I can include it in the html code for the entire blog. That way you can simply use div class="example" codes in your posts, rather than having to type out inline codes. I'll send you an e-mail shortly containing all the custom code I have yet to send you.

Roger Camden said...

I look forward to hearing this.

Strange Ranger said...

That's cool, man. Feel free to edit whatever if you think it makes it look better. Go ahead and send me the other CSS code whenever you get a chance.

kevinass said...

i love it! thanks

Audiozobe said...

Remarkable album. I have to admit complete lack of knowledge of the composer (although I have seen most of the Tarkovsky films he scored). It's very different from much of the symphonic rock that's out there, and very enjoyable too. Thanks for sharing that.

HMPZ said...

Just a quick note to say that Wikipedia and rym state Artemiev's year of birth as 1937 ...

Strange Ranger said...

@HMPZ: Right you are. My bad. I can't seem to find any biographical information on Artemiev anywhere other than Wikipedia. Even his official site, electroshock.ru, doesn't state his year of birth. I guess we just have to take Wikipedia's word for it.