Thursday, October 14, 2010
The Music of some Indian Tribes of Columbia
~*~.~*sTuNnInG*~.~*~ collections of field recordings taken in the early Sixties by British Anthropologists. Ranges from playful singing and flutes to haunted deep-listening to straight up party shit.
Each side of each disc represents a different location, so yeah lots of range here. Even some recordings from missions to throw a spoke in the vibes. Basically: big huge collection. Big booming waterfalls drowning out lone singers. Maybe my favorite part is that Mr. Anthropologist here stored his tapes "Tail In" leading to tape bleed, which turns some of the more spooky solo passages into phantasmal call and response songs.
Disc 3 might be my favorite, loving the pan-pipe melodies. Some real heavy stuff happening on these cuts.
Lovingly ripped from vinyl at 320 for yall.