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ojdo I was caught off guard by the opening track while listening to Soma FM radio. When the original track idea suddenly shifts into Another Fine Day's "mood", I could not help myself but to grin. From zero to fan in under two minutes - not bad I would say. Favorite track: Scarborough Fair.
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Hillsman OK - I've been into electronic music for 25+ yrs and my collection of albums and mix compilations is 1500+ - ALL electronica. Ambient and Ambient House & Techno are probably my 2 favorite genres. So how on earth had I NOT heard of Tom Green (Another Fine Day) before a few weeks?! And it was only via an Orb Fan Group that I found out about him. 3 albums of absolute class, with Salvage my favorite so far! How do I pick one track? I simply love this album. Thank you Tom. Favorite track: Cutting Branches.
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Richard Foreman Have dearly loved this album since I bought it on CD back in the day. Buying it again now for the 4 extra tracks!
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The second album from Tom Green, aka Another Fine Day, released on Six Degrees Records in 2000, mixing up African and jazz elements with more ambient/downtempo feels.

Includes two EXTRA tracks from the original sessions, plus two BONUS tracks (only available on download)



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”Green creates a lovely and inviting sheen…even the traditional Shona piece “Cutting Branches” sounds likes it took a left turn into a Parisian cafe in space.”US BILLBOARD 26/8/00

“…before playing this lighter-than-air disc, you’d be well advised to nail your speakers to the floor.” US JAZZ TIMES 2/01


“An essential release for any fan of downtempo, chill-out, or global contemplation” WAX 3/01


“…a gorgeously chilled collection of well-earthed tracks…It’s like shopping organic in the supermarket, you get used to it ‘cos you know it’s good for you” DJ magazine 2/6/01


“…pure English summer, Big Chill, Enchanted Garden music…unique, interesting, and great for Sundays.” MUZIK 7/01

credits

released June 26, 2000

all tunes composed and produced by Tom Green, except 'Cutting Branches' (trad African) and 'Scarborough Fair' (trad folk)

Paul Sax - fiddle (1,8)
Mal Darwen - endless guitar loop (9)
Wendy Donleavy, Debby Korfmacher, Anja Oed - mbiras (3,10)
Katarina Lobeck - fula flute (1)
Matt Zeg - mutated sitars (4)
Tom Simenauer - recycled tabla (6,7,11)

published by Kaleidoscope Music/Faber Music
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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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