Thursday, May 8, 2008

JUNJI HIROSE/YOSHIHIDE OTOMO-SILANGANAN INGAY, LP, 1989, JAPAN





This, Otomo's hellaciously rare vinyl debut opposite Ground Zero/Shibusashirazu member Hirose (absent his usual sax here) is precisely the delicious clusterfuck of vinyl and toy instrument abuse one would hope for from this era of Otomo's deconstructive praxis. James Brown, Orson Welles, Herb Alpert and Ken Nordine are all grist for these pranksters mill, though the chop 'n' change ratio here is sometimes less intensive than one might anticipate; some passages here appealingly balancing the bricollage with through-lines of rhythm box clatter.

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7 comments:

Joe Murphy said...

I'm really liking this a lot. Thanks.

Any chance one of you guys can put up The 700 Club LP sometime? I've been wanting to hear that one for quite sometime.

Lautaro said...

this blog is great, so much weird stuff to listen to

AxemRangers said...

Oh wow this is excellent.

Is it just me, though, or is the .rar missing tracks 7 and 8?

Anonymous said...

I'm missing tracks 7 and 8 too...

I reallly like this too...

:(

vdoandsound said...

axemranger-actually, all the tracks are there.It seems I somehow accidentally mis-numbered these tracks somewhat. There are 15 tracks total. What you're looking at lists 17 tracks with tracks 7 & 8 missing, hence 15. Sorry for the confusion!

Anonymous said...

Good to know!

Thanks!

Anonymous said...

http://rapidshare.com/files/113350537/Junji_Hirose_and_Yoshihide_Otomo-Silanganan_Ingay-Japan-1989.zip