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Idiophone/Orcus Drawl

by Sandbox Trio

amazing ambient improvisations with self-made instruments
Genre: Electronic: Ambient
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1. Paleolithic
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2. Stretching the Skin
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3. Monster part 1
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4. Monster part 2
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5. Ulan Bator
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6. Instinct
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7. City Rising
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8. Idiophone
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9. Scavenger
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10. Elephant Men
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11. Subterraneans
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12. Orcus Drawl
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13. Predators
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14. Lesser Machines
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Hypnotic tribal drum pattern are mixed with experimental rhythms and various dark drones and scrapping sounds.

The bizarre atmosphere is enhanced with blasts of free jazz style saxophone. Many of the tunes seem to have influence from various parts of the world, such as Africa, China, Japan and Australia.

Travel the world without leaving the comfort of your living room!
INCLUDES AN EXTRA 4-TRACK PROMO CD

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Gypsylane

Idiophone
Simply Timeless!
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F.Mark


A CD compilation of the first two releases by the band. Martin Birke of Casualty Park appears on this release alongside Chuck Ehlis and Daniel Panasenko and there are certainly some elements of Casualty Park here. Hypnotic tribal drum patterns are mixed with experimental rhythms and various dark drones and scraping sounds. The unsettling atmosphere is enhanced with blasts of free jazz style saxophone and on some tracks there is some wonderful Chinese and Japanese style influence. In fact many of the tunes seem to have influence from various parts of the world, such as Africa, China, Japan and Australia! My mind is running riot! The track Elephant Man is ritual tribal hunting music: finding and killing the wild boar, and leaving it to roast over a bubbling cauldron! This is the kind of thing the music brings to my mind. Maybe everyone can go on their own mental journey. Give this your attention and travel the world without leaving the comfort of your living room!! [review by Graeme in the Scottish Webmagazine OBLIVION] [This message has been edited by F.Mark (edited August 27, 1999).]
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