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After you select your music, your brain fades back into reality, and you go »back where you came from.
You hear a voice in your head. It's not your own. It says:
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Some Appropriate Cavern Adventuring Music..
- Ehren Starks »"The Depths of a Year"
- The Tale of Room 620 (good ambience)
- Sunset in Pensacola
- Dad's Song
- Last Night Drive
- Before I Was Gone (numerous stars)
- Basement Corridor (how appropriate!)
- It's Been a While
- »Lutenist Edward Martin (everything!)
- Art of the Lute in Renaissance France (album) (near-infinite stars)
- Baroque Lute Duets
- Luis Milan - El Maestro (Many stars)
- Virtues and Vices (so so, don't care for many of the lyrics)
- »Tobacco is Like Love (hilarious. Well worth it)
- »Paul Berget, another lutenist (again, everything is good)
- The Siena Manuscript on Renaissance Lute
- The Siena Manuscript on Steel String Guitar (great comparison. I love it)
- »Michael Masley's hammered dulcimer is probably a good choice for all you Myst fans.
- Mystery Repeats Itself