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Jeff Kliment
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Jeff Kliment Awesome to find Another Fine Day on Bandcamp. Long time fan since Life Before Land. Loving this new one. Cheers.
DJ Soma
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DJ Soma This one was my favorite companion on the small and seldom crowded public beach just across the forest path from our home. Like the lovely cover encourages, I was watching the sun reflecting on the lake surface and kids playing in the water, and I felt deep peace in the warmth of the summer. Favorite track: Nature Boy.
Richard Foreman
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Richard Foreman Tom Green's pieces on this album remind me of rock pools - some clear and still, limpid and light, some busy with scuttling creatures and darting swimmers. One of those rare albums you know you can put on, soak into, and enjoy from start to finish.
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With his project Another Fine Day, Tom Green explores the deeper end of the fields of dub, jazz, African and classical piano music. Twenty one years after the release of his cult hit LP "Life Before Land” (voted third in The Independent’s chart of ‘Greatest Ambient Albums’), and fifteen years after his Six Degrees release "Salvage", he's created a new album to which brings his first love, the piano, to the fore.

Wrapping gentle jazz stylings in a glistening mix of mbira, percussion, field recordings, and just about anything else that takes his fancy,  “A Good Place to Be” creates an environment which can be settled in to and absorbed. Intelligently atmospheric throughout, this release is instrumental electronica, but also jazz, with more than a hint of both minimalism and classical elements.

Track by track, the pieces blend organically into a dreamlike flow with a dynamic mix and subtle mastering.  This is an album that bears repeated listens, and as the title suggests, it is “A Good Place to Be”.


…”21st Century ambience at its finest…”

…”subtle, engaging, pushing the envelope of innovation … very good…”

…”A true master piece that sounds both effortless, intricate and delicate at the same time…”

…”a beautifully rendered soundscape of subtle and sophisticated songs on the new jazz and ambient edge – a fine upgrade to any music aficionados life soundtrack…”

…”This album speaks to me on every level. Its mature, expertly-crafted musical gems exude inexhaustible listenability. Hooked.”

..."Interchill has just released its newest prize, and it’s wonderful."

read here for full list of reviews :
anotherfineday.co.uk/press/a-good-place-to-be/

credits

released April 24, 2015

mastering by Gregg Janman at Hermetech
photos by Tom Green
layout by Bruce Bickerton

this one's for Kat, of course xxx

"This music crept by me upon the waters,
Allaying both their fury and my passion
With its sweet air. Thence I have followed it,
Or it hath drawn me rather. But ’tis gone.
No, it begins again."

Shakespeare - The Tempest. Act 2, Scene 2

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Another Fine Day, aka film/tv composer Tom Green, is a contributor to 5 albums by The Orb and performer at the Big Chill Festivals 1994>2010. As AFD he created the ambient classic "Life Before Land" in 1994, voted No 3 in the The Independent's "Greatest Ambient albums" chart, and also "Salvage" in 2000, Billboard noting that it "sounds like a Parisian cafe in outer space". More info at sites below ... more

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