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Introduction to Evp

Jimpster, The Ghost OrchidAudio CD
4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (January 24, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ash International
  • ASIN: B00002558P
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,119,272 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Releasing Red Soul
2. Weft 'N' Warp
3. Messages From The Hub
4. The Blazing Water/(What's Cooking In The Interlude?)
5. Shivering Sand
6. You Are...
7. What Do You Do?
8. Fundamental Things
9. Static Dynamic
10. Maiden Voyage
11. Solar Plexus

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5.0 out of 5 stars a choice fragrance...... April 1, 2000
Format:Audio CD
It's a shame that industry bucketheads have to go and label such a masterpiece as this one."chillout" is too inept a word. Stop spending $150 each payday on discs with only 3-4 tracks worth listening to and pick this album up. Each instrument melds with the other to form a sonic fondue that completely satisfies. If music with a brain as well as heart and soul is what you like, this album delivers. It reminds me of my favorite cologne; the notes are subtle and soothing, and everyone notices something different.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Very cool if you're into this November 13, 2013
By Mike60
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
This CD chronicles early research into EVP. The technology used was a tape recorder, the narration and EVP audio are really cook to listen to. If you are into the paranormal. You will enjoy this CD.
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The Conet Project from beyond the grave!?! Perhaps that's a good way of describing this baffling, terrifying, occasionally laughable, but always compelling album. It's been out of print for a very long time, and I'm pleased to see The Ghost Orchid haunting shelves once again!

To recap, The Ghost Orchid documents instances of something called "Electronic Voice Phenomenon," the paranormal appearance of strange voices (which at times sing and speak in multiple languages) on magnetic tape when there shouldn't be any voices there at all... Respected parapsychologists have postulated that these voices are those of dead people (i.e. ghosts) or possibly of extraterrestrial origin! Unlike The Conet Project, which cross referenced the audio tracks with written information, The Ghost Orchid presents these recordings with the audio commentary of one of several researchers (Nadia Fowler, Raymond Cass, and Lief Elggren -- the Swedish performance/audio artist and a part time collaborator with the Hafler Trio), explaining the findings. These recordings are the findings of a number of parapsychologists including Dr. Konstantine Raudive, Friedrich Jurgenson, and Raymond Cass.

While there is something wholly terrifying about these recordings, there is an absurd question about these ghostly voices that we have to ask: Why are the majority of these recordings in Latvian? At any rate, The Ghost Orchid manages to be both spooky and silly, and is definitely a fascinating listen from a pure sound perspective regardless of how disturbing and/or amusing you might find the alleged sound source itself. For non sequitur pop culture reference, the sample "You are sleeping, you do not want to believe" which concludes The Smith's "The Rubber Ring" hails from an old recording made by Raudive and can be found in its entirety here. Brilliant!
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5.0 out of 5 stars creepy, beautiful, amazing December 4, 2005
By emerald
This CD, The Ghost Orchid is an audio documentary about Electronic Voice Phenomena. Most of the examples are from a British gent named Raymond Cass. Towards the end however, they've included examples from European researchers and amazingly, the record which was included with Konstantine Raudive's book on the subject. The CD itself can only be described as eerily beautiful. It will definitely keep you up at night. Ash International, the record label, were kind enough to include a lengthy and informative booklet on the subject. It's goes into possible explanations ranging from actual discarnate entities to psychic hallucinations imprinted on tape. My only complaint is that the CD definitely leaves one wanting more and besides the follow up CD, Friedrich Jurgenson, there are almost no other recordings like this available for purchase. This is a gem.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely one of the best records of 1999. October 1, 1999
By A Customer
Format:Audio CD
Second full length record of a guy that knows how to combine today's and past electronic music and live instruments as the best. Compared to the first album this one goes much deeper but still can be described as easy listening too. I work in a bar where all different kinds of people come and when I played this record more people than ever came up to me to ask what I was playing. A friend of mine described the power of this record to the fact that the voicings (synths, guitar, horn section) on this album sound like they all melt together and easily flow over into each other, sometimes adding new notes. Absolutely one of the best records of 1999.
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