Monday, 6 November 2017
Ayna 1974 / Cinedelic Records 2015
02. Un Cadavere Sotto La Neve
04. Nucleo Mobile
05. Prime Luci
08. Cani Poliziotti
11. Azione Notturna
Haven't posted any Egisto Macchi in some time, so here's a recently acquired soundtrack to a 70's Italian cop show.
More cohesive and less avant garde than some of the self produced library records, this is still way more left of field than say Lalo Schifrin (whose movie scores I love).
There is even a touch of what Mica Levi would explore in the excellent 'Under the Skin' soundtrack.
Crash Landing 1987
01. Coming Home
02. Solar Wind
03. Wayfaring Stranger
04. Grasshopper Pie
06. Nature's Way
07. Wild Mountain River
08. Amazing Grace
10. I'll Get it All Together if I Try
I got this cassette a while ago and I've been meaning to post for some time.
Don Reeve's 'Nature's Way' is an hour long guitar soli album with two tracks of flute. It's more new age than most of the solo guitar records I post here, but the reverb and vibe (combined with the tape damage) give it a strange, ethereal air.
This would really benefit from a remaster and re-issue!
Edition Hundertmark 1986
01. You are My Everlovin'
02. Celestial Power
Time for some cognitive nihilism; two cassette sides of modern classical, avant garde drone.
Henry Flynt reaches far out and beyond on the A Side; 'You are My Everlovin' is a transcendental violin and loops composition. Absolutely Stunning.
'Celestial Power' on the other side is a more punishing affair. Imagine if Les Rallizes Dénudés made drone records and you're about there.