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Thursday, October 01, 2009 

I knew happiness once

My review of the stunning Brock Van Wey album White Clouds Drift On and On is up today at RA. I'd say it's my favourite sort-of ambient album of the year, but Mountains' Choral might be slightly better - or maybe just slightly easier to get through as Van Wey's two discs are 77 and 79 minutes. I cam very close to just giving it a straight 5/5, and if it had just been a little more digestible I think I would have, but still, and amazing album.

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