Lost Continent - Chapter I - The Journey
- Performer: Lost Continent
- Title: Chapter I - The Journey
- Genre: Electronic / Jazz / Rock / Sounds / Folk
- Country: UK
- Record source: CDr, Compilation, Limited Edition, Mixed, Numbered, Promo, Unofficial Release
- Released: 30 Apr 2015
- Style: Ambient, Krautrock, Pacific, New Age, Field Recording, Abstract, Ethereal, Fusion, Drone
- Label: Lost Continent
- MP3 album: 2093 mb
- FLAC album: 2940 mb
- Rating: 4.9/5
- Votes: 424
|1||–Brian Eno||The Big Ship|
|3||–Billy Cobham||Spanish Moss "A Sound Portrait" : Storm|
|4||–Eden Ahbez||The Old Boat|
|5||–J.D. Emmanuel||Moonrise Over The Atlantic|
|6||–Armando Sciascia||In The Ocean Depths|
|7||–Ricardo Donoso||The Deck Of An Ancient Ship|
|8||–John Hughes Daydream||7th Wave|
|9||–Martin Denny||The Enchanted Sea|
|10||–Acoustic High-End Research||Sea Side Ambience|
|11||–Mickey Moonlight||A Big Ship Passing|
|13||–David Sylvian||Preparations For A Journey|
|14||–Fondation||Sur La Place|
|15||–Bil Vermette||Katha Visions|
|17||–Jürgen Müller||Meeresbett Meditation|
- Artwork – Fools
- Compiled By – Alex Egan, Benedict Bull
- Edited By, DJ Mix – Alex Egan
Includes snippets of 'Sea Side Ambience' by Acoustic High-End Research throughout.
Given out for free at Lost Continent on the 30th April 2015 only.
CD packaging folds out into A4 poster.
Limited to 23 numbered copies.
Exactly 1 hour long.
"Along the southerly shores great cataclysmic waves from the ocean rolled in over the land, and many fair hands went down.
The Sacred Writings were carried throughout the world 70,000 years or more ago, if we can depend on the movements of celestial bodies."
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