>> I'm also planning to do a water piece so if anyone >> has some watery sounds (under water ambience, >> bubbles, fish etc) > I'm putting the finishing touches on a piece I call "Song of the Sea" There's a very old LP recording on Folkways Records from 1952 [F-6121] called "Sounds of the Sea, Vol.1." It captured the sounds of sea creatures such as "snapping shrimp" etc. It was recorded with what must have been state-of-the-art underwater microphones at the time, but none of the sounds are any too clear. I purchased this years ago, hoping to be able to incorporate some of the sounds into "water" pieces I was doing, but never used any of them. I guess I was expecting some bubbling/gurgling sounds but was disappointed by what seemed to be little more than white noise with some occasional crackles or thuds. I had plenty of vinyl records that already did *that*. :-) I don't know whether this has ever been re-released on CD. One further anecdote about this curious LP: One day my girlfriend at the time (now my wife), a folk musician, was at my place perusing my record collection for items to borrow. This was always amusing since our respective tastes were nearly polar opposites. I noticed that "Sounds of the Sea" was at the top of the pile of records she'd chosen. I asked why she'd have any interest in listening to the sounds of various marine creatures. She gave a shocked look and said, "Oh! I thought it was an album of Sea Chanteys." We still get a chuckle out of that.