Sunday, September 6, 2009

BATANG FRISCO-S/T, LP, 1986, USA



Requested a while back, the uneven but sometimes fascinating melange concocted by this moody Bay Area crew fused languidly reverberant and drifty pop strategies to pensively tense Iron Curtain-like minimal synthy structures. Don't be put off by the late date for this sorta thing. Some of this is quite fine...

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10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, thank you very much, Eric!!!!

Anonymous said...

anonymous

attentioneconomy said...

Good stuff!!

glad to stumble over such an album.

fuzztunnel said...

Initially I found the vocals a little callow sounding, but the farther I get into the album the more I'm coming around to them.
The boneheaded Miami-Vice guitar in "Sewing Machine" is so sweet!

oldskool said...

Amazing, awesome, beautiful. Does not sound like 80s at all! Can't thank you enough for this!

Larold Haven said...

if you dig on stuff like this checkout this band twmwk from ny, delicious.

thanks for putting this one up.

Julie DiMichele said...

Just want you to know that "Batang Frisco" is my huband, Bill DiMichele's creation. He wrote all the songs and lyrics. He also has a CD, "Sick Man Teacher Dead Man". Check him out in Wikipedia, Pure Volume and MySpace.

Julie

Anonymous said...

What a band!!cant stop hear this record amazing, sounds, melodies. Saludos desde Argentina

MORNING said...

hello,

this message is for Julie DiMichele.
i would really love to get in touch with you and your husband in order to interview for my magazine.
i would really appreciate if you could get in touch with me.
thanks in advance and sorry mutants for taking this space (by the way, you did a great job putting this wonderful album online).
iker / morning magazine

Ana Nelida Ramos said...

This man did to me one of the most massive disk and timeless