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Barry Cleveland - Stones Of Precious Water
Barry Cleveland
Stones Of Precious Water
LP | 2020 | EU | Original (Morning Trip)
23,99 €*
Release:2020 / EU – Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
The title of guitarist Barry Cleveland’s 1986 album - Stones of Precious Water - conjures images of incandescent gems, harvested from hallowed streams and held aloft to glimmer and catch the light in their many facets. And perhaps this is the truest analogue for the music contained therein. Recorded between 1981 and 1983, in mostly improvised recording sessions, the disparate nature of Stones’ creation is alluded to only by the breadth and variety of sounds it encompasses. Stones of Precious Water is a revelatory collection that maps its way through textural fourthworld ambience, shimmering New Age, gently propulsive kosmiche, and jazzinflected prog. These sounds are sewn together with a deftness of performance and sonic character which reveals them as branches of the same tree, or perhaps more appropriately, a handful of glittering stones. Six of the ten tracks contain contributions from Kat Epple and her late husband Bob Stohl (a.k.a the epoch-defining New Age duo, Emerald Web), adding flute, synthesizers, and bells. Between the years of 1981 and 1983, Cleveland worked with this duo and alone, allowing serendipity to play a significant creative role in their music. Many of the pieces began as improvisations, or simple structures that served as springboards for deeper exploration. Making his first forays into multi-track recording, Cleveland used a basic Teac 4-track cassette recorder, and this rudimentary piece of equipment proved to be a useful tool for compositional exploration. By flipping and reversing the tape, slowing the pitch, and altering and layering different performances, Cleveland stretched the sound of his guitar across the expanse of the tonal canvas. Stones of Precious Water stands as a remarkable document of experimental selfrecording, improvisational collaboration, and restless creative expression. Morning Trip is exceedingly happy to release it on Vinyl LP for the first time.
Barry Cleveland - Stones Of Precious Water
Barry Cleveland
Stones Of Precious Water
LP | 2020 | Original (Morning Trip)
27,99 €*
Release:2020 / Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
Preorder available from 06.11.2020
The Title Of Guitarist Barry Cleveland's 1986 Album "Stones Of Precious Water" Conjures Images Of Incandescent Gems, Harvested From Hallowed Streams And Held Aloft To Glimmer And Catch The Light In Their Many Facets. And Perhaps This Is The Truest Analogue For The Music Contained Therein. Recorded Between 1981 And 1983, In Mostly Improvised Recording Sessions, The Disparate Nature Of Stones' Creation Is Alluded To Only By The Breadth And Variety Of Sounds It Encompasses. Stones Of Precious Water Is A Revelatory Collection That Maps Its Way Through Textural Fourthworld Ambience, Shimmering New Age, Gently Propulsive Kosmiche, And Jazzinflected Prog. These Sounds Are Sewn Together With A Deftness Of Performance And Sonic Character Which Reveals Them As Branches Of The Same Tree, Or Perhaps More Appropriately, A Handful Of Glittering Stones. Six Of The Ten Tracks Contain Contributions From Kat Epple And Her Late Husband Bob Stohl (A.K.A The Epoch-Defining New Age Duo, Emerald Web), Adding Flute, Synthesizers, And Bells. Between The Years Of 1981 And 1983, Cleveland Worked With This Duo And Alone, Allowing Serendipity To Play A Significant Creative Role In Their Music. Many Of The Pieces Began As Improvisations, Or Simple Structures That Served As Springboards For Deeper Exploration. Making His First Forays Into Multi-Track Recording, Cleveland Used A Basic Teac 4-Track Cassette Recorder, And This Rudimentary Piece Of Equipment Proved To Be A Useful Tool For Compositional Exploration. By Flipping And Reversing The Tape, Slowing The Pitch, And Altering And Layering Different Performances, Cleveland Stretched The Sound Of His Guitar Across The Expanse Of The Tonal Canvas. Stones Of Precious Water Stands As A Remarkable Document Of Experimental Selfrecording, Improvisational Collaboration, And Restless Creative Expression. Morning Trip Is Exceedingly Happy To Release It On Vinyl Lp For The First Time.
Karma Moffett - Sitting Still Within / Sitting Still Without
Karma Moffett
Sitting Still Within / Sitting Still Without
LP | 1982 | CA | Reissue (Morning Trip)
19,79 €* 21,99 € -10%
Release:1982 / CA – Reissue
Genre:Organic Grooves, Rock / Indie
Sound has the ability to heal. This is the primary tenet that has been driving Karma Moffett for over 35 years. Pure tones, resonant harmonics, the sounds of the earth. At the dawn of the 80’s, as the burgeoning movement of privately-issued New Age was taking hold, Karma Moffett was a pioneer. Eschewing the use of synthesizers and other increasingly-available electronic technology, Karma crafted his meditative, introspective music using ancient instruments. Primarily utilizing Tibetan Bells, and Singing Bowls, Karma Moffett crafted sounds that led the listener on an inward journey.
1982’s Sitting Still Within/Sitting Still Without s Karma Moffett’s earliest triumph. Combining the aforementioned Tibetan Bowls & Bells along with naturalistic field recordings, Karma’s first album is a testament to the power of minimalism and repetition. An ambient voyage that truly draws the listener inwardst, and outwards, Sitting Still Within/ Sitting Still Without is music for healing.
Don Slepian - New Dawn
Don Slepian
New Dawn
LP | 2019 | Original (Morning Trip)
21,99 €*
Release:2019 / Original
Genre:Electronic / Dance
360 degrees of freedom is overwhelming in music, and you need not truly begin to find freedom until you put yourself under extremely narrow constraints.” It was with this quote that Don Slepian laid the groundwork for over 40 years of musical output. Slepian’s work draws equally from the harmonic terrain he explored while performing with a Javanese gamelan ensemble, as well as his time spent building and modifying electronic audio equipment for studios and fellow musicians. Gravitating towards improvisation and experimentation, Slepian built a breathtaking sound-world that stretched the briefest of moments into an eternity of detail and depth. In 1980, Slepian self-released a series of cassette albums that built upon and perfected this practice, offering “New Music for Digital Orchestra”.
New Dawn is one of those albums - an enthralling example of New Age euphoria, and early-electronic experimentation.
New Music For Digital Orchestra? An ironic subtitle for an album without any traces of digital technology found within. The instruments, tools, and recording techniques are entirely analog. A Korg PS3100, Mellotron voices, Mellotron flutes, analog tape echo and analog recorder were used to create both of the pieces found on New Dawn with both tracks being recorded live with no overdubs.
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