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Trees, On the Shore (1970)

Vintage folk rock along the lines of Fairport Convention but with a heavier sound. It makes a lot of Celia Humphris's vocals, usually multitracking them wherever possible into close harmonies. Some of the songs are unusually long and have krauty, psychy guitar bliss-outs.

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Damon Smith
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Sangtae/Hankil/Joonyong
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Jesse wrote:Sangtae/Hankil/Joonyong
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Just so you know, those are their given names...family names are Jin/Ryu/Choi...
You, of all people, should understand

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William Basinski - Variations: A Movement in Chrome Primitive
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Jesse wrote:Sangtae/Hankil/Joonyong
5 Modules I
Just so you know, those are their given names...family names are Jin/Ryu/Choi...
Thanks Joe. Slipped.
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clark totems flare

this is like an autechre music heavy with cosmetic effects, lots of buzzing distortion, compression, TUSS-like vocals and slippery, harmonic-shifting synthesizer sounds. there are boards-y pitch waverinesses. lots of detail. the regular compression and mastering are sort of off-putting (there's not a large dynamic range), and the frequent buzzing textures seem over-used. however, it sounds great in a weeded state.

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“In a kind of middle-aged crisis, it dawned upon me that there was a possibility that music might not even be an art form.”

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Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuovo Consonanza

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fuckin fried

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fuckin fried

If you like that you need some Junior Kimbrough in your life. Low rolling, greasy juke joint blues and early evening pomade sunsets.

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Le son du grisli sampler #2

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Pere Ubu, The Modern Dance (1978)

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Tony Scott Both Sides of Tony Scott
really digging this- and the clarinet/guitar/bass + very sparse drums lineup. the first and only thing i've heard by him
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carlos wrote:Tony Scott Both Sides of Tony Scott
really digging this- and the clarinet/guitar/bass + very sparse drums lineup. the first and only thing i've heard by him
If you like this Scott recording, definitely track down these as well:

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SUNG HEROES (Sunnyside)

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AT LAST (aka I'LL REMEMBER and GOLDEN MOMENTS, both on Muse)

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A DAY IN NEW YORK (Carlton and Seeco [?] sessions, reissued by Fresh Sounds)

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UJM wrote:
carlos wrote:Tony Scott Both Sides of Tony Scott
really digging this- and the clarinet/guitar/bass + very sparse drums lineup. the first and only thing i've heard by him
If you like this Scott recording, definitely track down these as well:
great- thanks