Music For A Found Harmonium
Simon Jeffes was the founder of avant-garde group "The Penguin Cafe Orchestra". As legend would have it, he found a harmonium in a rubbish skip in Kyoto, Japan in 1982, and wrote this tune on it. It has since become a staple in the world of Folk Music. It's one of those melodies you either love or hate. It's in the repeating style, which is not to everyone's taste. But it is very enigmatic and has been used in film and on TV soundtracks. This version is a bit more techno, and at one stage we've used a "phasing" effect, where everything goes down a sonic tunnel.  Something used by the Small Faces in the song "Itchycoo Park" in 1967, a early example of this new FX.