In his brilliant analysis of Emerson, Lake and Palmer, legendary critic Dave Marsh wrote that quality music could never come simply by force-feeding the complexities of classical music through rock and roll amplifiers. Although many have tried (with practicably bloated results) to fuse Beethoven and Chuck Berry, it wasn't until Brian Eno stumbled upon what would come to be called "ambient music" that folks began to understand the inherent and subtle power of strings and bows. Now a host of newer acts prove to have learned... More >>>