2011-01-19T16:49:26+00:00 2011-01-19T16:49:26+00:00

Daily 2% – Chilled and Ready to Serve [Max Richter]


This is your Daily 2% – Chilled and Ready to Serve. We will try to bring you one "chill" track every day. This is for when you get home and you are trying to unwind. You reach for that glass of wine or that unlit Black & Mild or maybe you reach for something more herbal. This track is for those times. We are just your milkmen and I'm here to make a delivery. Chill…

Today's delivery is brought to you by Max Richter. Max is a German-born British classical composer. He was influenced by the likes of composers such as Philip Glass but has managed to create his own uniquely modern style. The track I'm bringing to you today is called "Europe After The Rain" which is from his debut album, Memoryhouse. The album has a very "cinematic" type feel. This album was pure genius when it was released in 2002 and remains influential to other modern composers. It was so well received that the group Memoryhouse got their name from this album because it was so inspirational to them. What the album has is pure emotion which can be felt in every track. Even if you aren't a fan of classical music; you can't  help feeling some type of emotion when listening to the entire album. Especially if you catch yourself listening to it in the rain or at night or in some environment where emotions run thicker. Because the album is so good I'm going to actually make this a triple treat and give you three tracks from the album that are all chilled out modern classical music. Although I highly suggest picking up the album even if it's the only classical album you'll ever own. Check out the track(s) and chill…..

      01 - Europe After The Rain
Download: Max Richter – Europe After The Rain

Bonus Tracks:

      02 - Maria The Poet (1913)
Download: Max Richter – Maria The Poet (1913)

      10 - Jan s Notebook
Download: Max Richter – Jan s Notebook

Cinematic · Classical


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  • Just when I thought classical music was done. While this a lot more simple than the likes of Beethoven, the simplicity of these songs make it all the more easier to listen to.

    Cole Oldfield January 20, 2011 7:14 AM Reply

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