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An empty bliss beyond this World

by The Caretaker

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crayen
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crayen I have been in love with caretaker for years. i finall bought his beautiful melodies. the music always is enjoyable. i sit and listen as my mind melds to his songs. beautiful. Favorite track: Libet's delay.
afraid_of_fear
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afraid_of_fear Masterclass in what the ambient genre should be. Just let yourself get swallowed by the drenched in reverb ballroom chimes. Favorite track: Mental caverns without Sunshine.
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pixelperfectbc A more digestible take on the concept on the representation of Alzheimer’s through music compared to EATEOT, and also better fitting for recreational use due to it’s relatively low levels of distortions compared to EATEOT Stages 4-6. This album seems to make me feel every emotion that exists including ones I didn’t even know existed in the first place. Absolutely stellar. Farewell, Caretaker. You may have forgotten us, but we’ll never forget you. Let the ballroom remain eternal. Favorite track: I feel as if I might be vanishing.
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The Caretaker conjures a quieter, more introspective spirit, lost in his own mind amidst a low-lit labyrinth of ever-decaying and antediluvian shellac phrases. Sourced from a mysterious collection of 78s, these vague snippets of archaic sonics reflect the ability of Alzheimers patients to recall the songs of their past, and with them recollections of places, people, moods and sensations.

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released June 1, 2011

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The Caretaker Manchester, UK

“The advantage of a bad memory is that one enjoys several times the same good things for the first time.”

― Friedrich Nietzsche

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