Songs that (in my opinion) are the greatest ever - [Work in Progress]

  1. J.S. Bach - Partita No. 2 In D Minor (Ciaconna)
  2. The Velvet Underground - Sister Ray
  3. J.S. Bach - Toccata & Fugue In D Minor BWV 565
  4. Charles Mingus - Trio & Group Dancers/Single Solos & Group Dance
  5. Robert Wyatt - Alifib/Alifie
  6. Arvo Part - Fratres
  7. Terry Riley - Poppy NoGood & The Phantom Band
  8. Faust - Miss Fortune
  9. Klaus Schulze - Satz Ebene
  10. Joanna Newsom - Only Skin
  11. Soft Machine - Slightly All The Time
  12. Arvo Part - Tabula Rasa
  13. Faust - Why Don't You Eat Carrots
  14. Aglaia - A Mysterious Fish Named Kun
  15. Pink Floyd - Interstellar Overdrive
  16. Radiohead - Idioteque
  17. The Velvet Underground - Venus In Furs
  18. Philip Glass - Pruit Igoe
  19. Brian Eno - 1/1
  20. J.S. Bach - Fantasia & Fugue in G Minor
  21. Faust - Krautrock
  22. Jimi Hendrix - 1983 (A Merman I Should Turn To Be)
  23. Pink Floyd - A Saucerful of Secrets
  24. The Doors - Light My Fire
  25. Miles Davis - Freddie Freeloader (I might have the wrong song I'm not sure, mine is over an hour long but I can't find any version with similar length to this on the net. Anyone know what track I've got or if it is Freddie Freeloader?)
  26. Biosphere - Poa Alpina
  27. Robert Wyatt - Sea Song
  28. Steve Reich - Section VI
  29. Terry Riley - A Rainbow in Curved Air
  30. Soft Machine - Moon In June
  31. Jimi Hendrix - All Along The Watchtower
  32. The Velvet Underground - Heroin
  33. Biosphere - Shenzou
  34. Klaus Schulze - Satz Exil Sils Maria
  35. The Doors - The End
  36. Faust - Meadow Meal
  37. Hundreds more to be added
Author Comments: 

Not including movements of symphonies (yet) and this list is set to change as my library expands. This is very unordered as of yet, still very much in its developmental stages.

for "Fratres," does the version you own have two tracks? if so, are you combining the two? because on my version they are separated by "Cantus in memory of Benjamin Britten," but the two tracks have the same name: "Fratres," not pt. 1, pt. 2...just curious because i too liked those as much as "Tabula Rasa" which is one track on my copy.

I intended it to mean both, although I do think the first is better. I personally see it as a kind of Alifib/Alifie setup, two tracks but one. The cantus... piece is also really good, not to mention the fantastic title track, it's an amazing neo-classical cd. Any other modern classical favourites you could recommend? I'v only heard that and Steve Reich & Phillip Glass etc and I'm trying to look for more.

i am sorry but i could probably not recommend much more than the others on this site. Parson Sound is a good album, but i would not consider it neo-classical at all. it is more classically inspired drone-psychedelic album. you should ask Afterhours, lukeprog, or darktremor.

re: Freddie Freeloader

the "true" original version of the song is about 9 1/2 min

Ahh thankyou, any idea idea what I have?

no clue

Spicelab - A Day On Our Planet
Spicelab - Falling
Spicelab - We Got Spice
Spicelab - Cold Chillin'
The Ambush - Sun
Oliver Lieb - Dimension X
Beethoven - 9th Symphony*
Beethoven - 3rd Symphony*
Beethoven - 5th Symphony*
Plastikman - Plasticine
Plastikman - Plasticity
Kraftwerk - Trans Europe Express
Choice - Acid Eiffel
(Forgotten the artist name) - Satellite Serenade (Orb Mix)
The Orb - A Huge Ever Growing Pulsating Brain That Rules From The Centre Of The Ultraworld
The Orb - The Blue Room
Orbital - Remind
Orbital - Lush
Plastikman - Consumed
Jimi Hendrix - Third Stone From The Sun
Jimi Hendrix - Voodoo Child*
Jean Michelle Jarre - Oxygene Part II
Global Communication - 14:31
Second Phase - Mentasm
Phuture - Acid Tracks
Art Of Trance - Deeper Than Deep
Union Jack - Red Herring
Radiohead - Paranoid Android*

The ones I star you havwe already moved to your new library. Ones I expect you'll be adding :)

The symphonies I'm not adding as its not really songs. I will definitely add some of these, cheers!