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David Maranha Ensemble - Salt, Ashes, Goat Skin
David Maranha Ensemble
Salt, Ashes, Goat Skin
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Roaratorio)
16,09 €* 22,99 € -30%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Drummer Diana Combo, electric guitarist Filipe Felizardo and David Maranha on organ and violin are a speculative tour de force around animic and sensory principles of movement, stillness and reaction. Long drawn out semi-riffs feedback along the drifting textures of the violin and the organ like rock’s ultimate coda stretched into nowhere. Drums plodding in restraint, sustaining the drone-like vortex of electricity without ever reaching any sort of conclusion in four pieces that inhabit their own universe continually. Includes download card.
Fraser & Debolt - This Song Was Borne
Fraser & Debolt
This Song Was Borne
2LP | 2016 | US | Original (Roaratorio)
24,69 €* 37,99 € -35%
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Previously unreleased demos, studio outtakes, radio sessions and live recordings from the archives, spanning the entire career of these shining lights of the late ’60s Canadian coffeehouse circuit whose two albums for Columbia are cult classics in psychedelic folk circles. Their combination of ragged-but-right, salt-and-pepper harmonies, evocative lyrics, beautiful songs with the occasional dissonant grace note, and careful arrangements that still sound off-the-cuff make for some of the most beguiling music of its era. Detailed liner notes by the artists. With download card.
Joe McPhee - Solos: The Lost Tapes (1980-1981-1984)
Joe McPhee
Solos: The Lost Tapes (1980-1981-1984)
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Roaratorio)
22,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Organic Grooves
Material from Joe McPhee's personal archives that shines new light on the legendary multi-instrumentalist’s work from the early 1980s. “Wind Cycles,” for tenor saxophone, explores the permutations of breath on reed and brass, from quiet whispers to full-throated cries and back again. With “The Redwood Rag,” McPhee takes a jaunty melody and gives it a swinging workout with Steve Lacy-like precision. The free-blowing alto excursion “Ice Blu,” is in McPhee’s words, “a sound which evokes an image, which asks a question ‘What is that?’ and the answer is, a sound which evokes an image which asks a question.” “Voices,” one of his signature compositions, gets a particularly haunting treatment here on soprano with the incorporations of mesmerizing electronics. Includes a download coupon for the full album plus a bonus interview, conducted at the New Music America Festival in 1981.
Crystal Syphon - Elephant Ball
Crystal Syphon
Elephant Ball
LP | 2015 | US | Original (Roaratorio)
22,99 €*
Release:2015 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
Following Roaratorio’s release of Family Evil in 2012, this West Coast psychedelic band reunited and began playing out again, with their vintage sound intact. This second helping of unearthed material from the band’s archives starts with three tracks from their earliest recording sessions in 1967—the swaggering garage-rock miniature “Dawn Sermon” and the folk-rock “For All Of My Life” and “Tell Her For Me”—and then moves on to a Fillmore West gig from November 1969, featuring the final incarnation of the group during their original run. With the same complex harmonies, nuanced songwriting and top-drawer musicianship that won Family Evil its accolades, the half-dozen tunes here range from the crunchy riffs of the title track and “It’s Winter” to the lightly jazzy “Don’t Fall Brother” and the Latin-tinged moves of “There Is Light There.”
A Trio - Live In Nickelsdorf
A Trio
Live In Nickelsdorf
LP | 2014 | US | Original (Roaratorio)
16,99 €*
Release:2014 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
The heavily textural, frequently perplexing, sometimes unsettling music of Mazen Kerbaj (trumpet), Sharif Sehnaoui acoustic guitar), and Raed Yassin (doublebass) bears little relation to its cousins from similar outer realms of extended technique. Live In Nickeldorf is the sound of a collective ur-mind that favors the long gesture over pointillistic strokes. Using no electronics or overdubs whatsoever, the Beirut-based trio's capacity for generating aural illusions is astounding; one would be hard-pressed to identify their sources as three acoustic instruments. Includes download coupon. Edition of 350.
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