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Gaussian Curve - The Distance mp3

Gaussian Curve - The Distance mp3 Performer: Gaussian Curve
Title: The Distance
Style: Ambient
Category: Electronic
Date of release: 18 Apr 2017
Country: Netherlands
Label: Music From Memory
Catalog number: MFM018
Size MP3: 2052 mb
Size FLAC: 2905 mb
Rating: 4.6


1Four For You5:54
2The Distance6:11
4Dancing Rain3:00
5Suspended Motion7:28
6Another Place4:17


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MFM018Gaussian Curve The Distance ‎(8xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Music From MemoryMFM018Netherlands2017


  • Cover [Cover Image]Matthew Broadhead
  • Mastered ByH.P., Wouter Brandenburg
  • Mixed ByGordon Pohl
  • Written-By, PerformerGigi Masin
  • Written-By, Performer, Producer, Mixed ByJonny Nash, Marco Sterk


This album was recorded live between 4-7 October 2016 at the The Psychic Gym, Amsterdam

Instruments used: Stolen bongos, Casio CZ-5000, Electro-Voice RE20, Eventide H3000-D/SE, Fender Jaguar, Korg Poly 800, Nord Stage Piano, Roland Alpha-Juno, Roland CR-78, Roland D-50, Roland JP-08, Roland Juno 6, Trumpet, Yamaha SK-30

Special thanks to Abel, Alexis, Beer, Bibi, Christiaan, Cosmo, Hugo, Jamie, Mia, Orpheu, Sarah, Shane, Skelter, Tako

©℗ 2017 Music From Memory
All rights reserved. Manufactured in the EU


  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): ELDORADO MFM- 018 A DMM H.P. -42534-
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): ELDORADO MFM- 018 B DMM H.P. -42534-
  • Barcode: 783024551191


  • Copyright (c) – Music From Memory
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Music From Memory
  • Manufactured By – Eldorado Media
  • Pressed By – Schallplattenfabrik Pallas GmbH – 42534
  • Mastered At – Brandenburg Mastering


User reviews
This label is a breath of fresh air. It's the yin to the yang of a lot of the music I own.
A lovely one from Music From Memory, shaping up to be one of the labels to now always reference and check in on - this being a perfect case in point. Much of the same throughout the album but that isn't a bad thing as the mood is horizontal, reflective and a joyous listen of positivity and introspection. Recommended.
I'm not sure it's as spellbinding as their last album but that might have been impossible to repeat. It's excellent and the vibe is wonderful. I love it more with every play and I would take 100 more albums from Gaussian Curve if they're up to it.
Agree. I hear more depth in the second release. That does not make the first chopped liver, but I like the second LP more.
Funny because I consider this album to be a drastic improvement over the first. I thought Clouds relied too much on its improv smooth jazz sound and sounded too much like a jam session knocked out over a weekend. This project sounds much more conceptual and interesting to my ears.