Wednesday, November 12, 2008

OM-S/T, LP, 1979, FRANCE




A very lost and very mysterious album of French sound sculpture manipulation full of subtle tintinnabulations, shimmering bowed harmonics, hollowed out taps and great keeing curtains of Bertoia-like metallic cascades that interweave in an atmosphere pregnant with mystery. I don't expect that a lot of you staring at the vibe-laden photo on the rear are needing a lot of convincing right now. A 5:00 AM drift-off delight...
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9 comments:

fuzztunnel said...

Very nice, and drifting off in the wee hours is precisely what I used this for...!
Thanks!

Milton said...

very very good. very much on the harry bertoia / joe jones 'solar music' tip. thanks once again.

hessl said...

Oh, this is tasty indeed. I liked it much more than Bertoia, personally, it's got the right combination of weird free melodicism and obscure rumbling noises.

proghog said...

Excellent post...thanks

doc kwan said...

I finally got around to listening to this after how long?? GREAT stuff, a LOT like Stomu Yamash'ta's recordings using Baschet's Sculptures Sonores with less tumultuous crescendi. THANKS big time once again!!

Anonymous said...

Yeah it's excellent. Took me a few listens to get into but totally worthwhile.. The hunt for the vinyl copy begins...

sacredHom said...

Thank you so much ...blessedly tripped on

Anonymous said...

thanx frum urkenny

Anonymous said...

many thanks!!!