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Solar Fields - Leaving Home MP3
Solar Fields - Leaving Home MP3
Performer: Solar Fields
Title: Leaving Home
Label: Ultimae Records
Country: France
Released: Oct 2005
Style: Downtempo, Ambient
Cat: inre 017
Rating: 4.8/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1145 mb | MP3 size: 2973 mb | WMA size: 2203 mb
Genre: Electronic
Tracklist

1Magnetosphere (Star Fruit Part 2)2:44
2Stereo Hypnosis (Magnetosphere Part 2)4:08
3Monogram15:44
4Air Song
Guitar, Vocals – Magnus Birgersson
12:21
5Times Are Good
Guitar – Magnus Birgersson
7:41
6Home
Vocals, Percussion – Magnus Birgersson
4:41
7Leaving Home7:27
8Insum
Instruments [Harmonical Acoustic Instruments] – Magnus Birgersson
8:23
9Star Fruit1:05
10Time Slide
Vocals, Veena, Sitar, Percussion – Magnus Birgersson
5:01
11Cocoon Moon (Glastonbury Festival 2005 Mix)10:36

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SIDE2019.07Solar Fields Leaving Home ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)SiderealSIDE2019.07Italy2019
SIDE2019.07LPSolar Fields Leaving Home ‎(2xLP, Album, RM)SiderealSIDE2019.07LPItaly2019
SIDE2019.07LPSolar Fields Leaving Home ‎(2xLP, Album, RM, Bro)SiderealSIDE2019.07LPItaly2019
noneSolar Fields Leaving Home ‎(12xFile, FLAC, Album, RM)Not On Label (Solar Fields Self-released)noneSweden2019
inre 017, inre017Solar Fields Leaving Home ‎(CD, Album, Mixed, RP)Ultimae Records, Ultimae Recordsinre 017, inre017France2008

Credits

  • Design Concept [Artwork Concept]Magnus Birgersson, Vincent Villuis
  • Layout [Making Up]Mat Da Kat
  • Mastered ByHuby Sea
  • Photography ByAndreas Ulvdell, Magnus Birgersson, Vincent Villuis
  • Producer, Written-ByMagnus Birgersson

Notes

All tracks recorded at Studio Jupiter - Göteborg - Sweden.
Distribution By: [Ultimae.com/network] - Arabesque - Topplers - Chaos Unlimited - Farfield - Saiko Sounds - Karbon Distribution - Wirikuta - Psyshop - Backroads...

(c) & (p) on this compilation 2005 Ultimae records

Released in Digipak.

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 3 760121 020055
  • Barcode (String): 3760121020055
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): 0509019 www.gedm.com 02242AA2
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): 0509019 WWW.GEDM.COM 02242AA1
  • Rights Society: SACEM SDRM

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ultimae Records
  • Copyright (c) – Ultimae Records
  • Distributed By – Ultimae Records
  • Distributed By – Arabesque Distribution
  • Distributed By – Topplers
  • Distributed By – Chaos Unlimited
  • Distributed By – Farfield Records
  • Distributed By – SaikoSounds
  • Distributed By – Karbon Distribution
  • Distributed By – Wirikuta Distribution
  • Distributed By – Psyshop
  • Distributed By – Backroads Music
  • Recorded At – Studio Jupiter

Album

Leaving Home by Solar Fields, released 08 October 2005 1. Home 2. Time Slide 3. Insum 4. Star Fruit 5. Magnetosphere Star Fruit Part 2 6. Stereo Hypnosis Magnetosphere Part 2 7. Air Song 8. Cocoon Moon Glastonbury Festival 2005 Mix 9. Monogram 10. Times Are Good 11. Leaving Home 12. Leaving Home Full album continuous mix. Solar Fields - Magnetosphere Star Fruit part 2 19:12 06. Solar Fields - Stereo Hypnosis Magnetosphere Part 2 21:57. 50 видео Воспроизвести все Микс Solar Fields - Leaving Home YouTube. Solar Fields - Movements Full Album. Формируйте собственную коллекцию записей Solar his debut LP in 2001, Solar Fields the pseudonym of Swedish ambient producer and multi-instrumentalist, Magnus Birgersson has been nothing if not active. With 9 full-length solo releases, numerous collaborations with contemporaries such as Aes Dana and a plethora of video-game and film scores to his name Solar Fields, by all rights, should be a well-recognised name by now. What makes Leaving Home so special is that it's the full realisation of Magnus' borderline obsession with creating an evolving dream. Something with a clear sense of progression, which slowly unfurls as the listener travels its length. Album 2004 11 Songs. Critic Score. Magnus Birgersson is crossing once more his cold, solar fields after having left home with a continuous mix of ambient patterns. On the other hand, I prefer to stay home and try something warmer. Or consider a donation More Albums. Listen free to Solar Fields Leaving Home Home, Time Slide and more. 11 tracks 79:51. Leaving Home. Solar Fields. or open in our Desktop app. Other Albums by Solar Fields. Undiscovered Stories. Origin 03. Mirror's Edge Catalyst EA Games Soundtrack. Origin 01. On A Wind. Leaving Home, 2014. Home, 04:41. Insum, 08:23. Star Fruit, 01:05

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Comments (13)
Vozilkree
This is one of the most profound musical experiences I've had to date. I almost couldn't believe this was produced by a human, but it goes to show that we're capable of such beautiful things. So pure, dreamlike, and up-lifting. It makes everything feel as though it's one Spirit, and this life is just a ride.
Thorgaginn
Peanut !!!!!!!!!!!!!! Ah ah ;)
Kelezel
Double post. Great album.
Giamah
... nut !!!!!!!! Twice ! ;D
Golden Lama
In my opinion, this is one of the best albums of all time and it still sits among my top 5 favorite albums ever. This may sound trite but if intelligent extraterrestrials ever judge the human race as unredeemable savages, I would like this album to stand as eloquent defense. There's just one thing I would like to touch on I didn't see emphasized in the other (wonderfully written) reviews: Air Song is one of those epic masterpieces that is almost difficult to wrap your mind around. It makes you feel great to be alive and hearing such things!
Bloodray
You forgot the beginning of his statement: "This may sound trite..."
Rollers from Abdun
"if intelligent extraterrestrials ever judge the human race as unredeemable savages, I would like this album to stand as eloquent defense"but if someone "was transported away to a mystical Tolkien fantasy-world" their opinion is garbage huh?so that's basically what you are saying then...oh because nobody else has the right to say what they feel, just you right? According to you, if someone is taken away somewhere in their mind, and they feel the need to express that, it's not a good review by your standards right?so I guess the reviews for this must be inflated also? oh, but not for this release, because you actually like this. so how could it be?so those accounts must be sock puppets too, right? the majority of the people who gave this high marks couldn't be actual people who BUY music could they? certainly not you since you download everything and I doubt you spent any money or supported Ultimae since you download everything. oh wow, the truth hurts doesn't it?4.76 / 5 (148 ratings - wow for bvdub you said: "if you are reading this review and the rating is below 4.60 at a minimum, the entire world has ended, something has gone horribly wrong" yeah you contributed to that. But hey those must all be sock puppet accounts with inflated ratings right?I guess the world has ended. Right? why don't you mention that here? you don't own discogs, you don't make the rules here, you don't run the marketplace here either, you know nothing about Sending Orbs or their history, you clearly know nothing about why Tryshasla is so well received, you know nothing about bvdub either so stop reviewing.it's all a big conspiracy to you though right? "sock puppet" accounts - my god just leave.
Gnng
Solar Fields has matured a great deal since his last release Blue Moon Station in 2003. This album is full of fantastic mildly experimental floating chillout tracks. It's not really ambient in the true meaning of the word, but I guess you can call this ambient if you want. I enjoy every moment of this album and this really states that nothing bad can come out from Ultimae. Just wonderful fairytale-like album that should be found on every downtempo fans collection.
Vudomuro
A pretty amazing album. Nothing else out there quite sounds like Solar Fields' style. Spacey ambience with guitar strings often added in and occasionally even distant vocals. The end result is very pleasing and I can't think of any other chill album that recreates the images this one provokes. Some favorites of mine are Home, Time Slide and Insum. Great stuff. Make sure you check out his Extended album if you like Leaving Home.. its the sister album to it so to speak.
Doktilar
Sonic chromatographies and equal differences… Magnus Birgersson from Gøteborg, Sweden is one of the living chill-legends... Yeah, pretty much everything he has released has been solid gold – the previous two SL albums + the H.U.V.A. Network album + all the amazing compilation tracks… This guy is the ambient armadillo! And who else than Solar Fields could pull off a stunt like releasing two full length albums simultaneously!? Yeah – this is the ‘regular’ album whereas Extended is more of a concept thing (review to follow shortly!)… As mentioned above, Solar Fields has yet to let me down, and I’ve been looking forward to this album for a long time… Released on my fav’e chill-label Ultimae, this *has* to be good… Let’s find out… Unique is the keyword here – this album is totally unique… The level of experimentation is unparalleled and style wise, this crosses back and forth between more genres than I care to count… But it’s still unmistakable Solar Fields down to the very last second… You wanna know what it really is? … It’s talent! The vast composing talents of Mr. Magnus Birgersson – the ambient armadillo! This is by far his most mature album – it’s definitely not as easily accessible as some of his previous instalments, but what is lacks in ‘easy listening’ it makes up for in fertility… This album is ripe of the bone, and will serve the listeners for light years to come… Give the extrovert parts some time to grow on you, and I’m sure they’ll come around… Most of them have for me! As always with Ultimae, everything is top-drawer material here. From the beautiful artwork, down to the very last well-mastered second of audio-bliss… A safe buy for any fan of experimental ambient seasoned with nonconformist musical warps, twists and turns… Audio anarchy! Now stop reading, and go order this album… It’s amazing! … Enjoy! Favourites: 2, 3(!!), 7(!), 9, 10(!!), 11(!)
Welahza
Here Magnus Birgersson has changed his style. Much more simplicity and acoustics than complex digital programming like in the former two albums (obviously two jewels of trance/ambient fairy). It sounds easy listening. Too much if you ask me. Speaking from my spot, it lacks of depth and I dislike. But the "Extended album" which goes along is quite a big revelation of sweetness and magics in sound design!!! Check it!!!!!
Ddilonyne
I'm not saying your opinion is invalid, but i'm really curious as to if it has changed over the years. Would you still agree with this review?For me this album is as far away from 'lack of depth' than anything can be.
Qumenalu
Spang!!