I recently listened to Craven Faults by a campfire on a Scottish beach. Loads of folk dropped by and all commented on how cool the music was. If you let it, it will carry you away completely, but there is still space available to be in the moment. You still hear the waves and see the fire dance on the faces. I played all the way through the catalogue and nobody suggested changing the sounds. In fact, they said 'Have you got any more of that?' whenever an album ended. This is the best album.
Favorite track: Slack Sley & Temple.