Sunday, March 15, 2009

URBAN SAX-SPIRAL, CD, 1991, FRANCE





As promised, here's more preternatural brain food from Gilbert Artman's nonpareil post-Lard Free large-scale experimental ensemble/collective aesthetic weltanschuung, here in their late-model formulation and proffering an amalgam of massed horn blear and drear, overlapping cascades of choral intoning ladies and evocatively chiming key themes right out of the latter day Art Zoyd handbook, all deployed along parallel lines to those heard on their previously posted Live A Jakarta CD EP from four years hence. Thanks to the same anonymous blog contributor who gifted us with The Work tape for this one as well!

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6 comments:

wightdj said...

Merci, long live Urban Sax.

Anonymous said...

This is great - many thanks!
Any chance in uploading the 1990 CD 'Urban Sax', which the tracks part I - Part IV?
Thankx again.
Larry

gerireig said...

As long as you don't make megaupload the sole download source. The characters to odentify are obtuse. If they're so difficult to decipher, what's the point? Otherwise, your efforts are exemplary.

Deckard said...

Thanks for this great post...loads of mind-expanding musical discoveries on this blog.

jay said...

i can more than deal with megaupload's characters in exchange for the ability to download right away without rapidshare's 15 minute wait.

k s said...

I know this is an old post, but I have been really digging urban sax. I grabbed the version of the 1st lp from continuo's blog, but would love a version of the CD which has I-IV.