Saturday, 19 September 2009

MABON (21 September 2009)

The musick dedicated to this Sabbat is:

KALACAKRA

CRAWLING TO LHASA


Original Issue: 1971 Private Release (K-ST-2000)

Reissue: 2001 Garden Of Delights (CD 053) Buy it here!!!

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Margot-meter: 4,5 moons / 5

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1 Naerby Shiras (9:20)
2 Jaceline (6:19)
3 Raga N°11 (5:36)
4 September Full Moon (9:39)
5 Arapahos Circle Dance (2:32)
6 Tante Olga (7:35)
7 Vamos (6:52)
8 Deja Vu (5:38)

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from Progarchives:

Really gorgeous eastern psychedelic kraut (related) improv in the mood of Siloah, Parson Sound, Lamp of the Universe, Dom.Some sections contain primitive, blues damaged folk jams. The result is astonishing, highly mysterious and luminous. "Naerby Shiras" is an acoustic, repetitive, dreamy and druggy little piece, dominated by simplistic but efficient guitars motifs, some dancing flute lines and discreet narrations at the end. Really warm & acid stuff. "Jaceline" is a percussive, floating ballad within a forest ambience, accompanied by voices and words, violin contrasts and vibraphone. The "pastoral" acoustic guitar parts always prevail. "Raga no 11" features an intense, chanting like raga improvisation with rhythms and "mantra" sonorities. "September full moon" contain folkish strings and rhythms for a rather light, bucolic composition. "Arapaho's dancing dance" is bluesy like tune with circular rhythms, evasive guitar parts and kinda folky harmonica arrangements. A charming artefact with some tripped out moments!

Philippe

4 comments:

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Rachel said...

A lovely album: seems to get better as it goes along. Thanks Margot - this is a wonderful blog you have.
Rachel

Margot said...

Thank you very much for your kind words, Rachel and a big "danke" also to John & Neil

Aksyonoff said...

thanks!