Harold Budd's haunting, atmospheric piano music was championed by Brian Eno in the mid-1970's - his album The Pavilion Of Dreams was released by Eno's Obscure label, and the subsequent The Plateau Of Mirrors became the second release in the timeless Ambient series. Budd was introduced to the Cocteau Twins when Channel 4 television in the UK came up with the idea of a documentary series (which was never actually made) in which musicians and composers working in different fields would collaborate. The resulting record was The Moon And The Melodies, credited to Budd, Fraser, Guthrie, Raymonde. Although Robin Guthrie and Harold Budd would work together again, this release stands alone as a fascinating and beautiful one-off.
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