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Monday, September 22, 2008

Brian Andrew Marek - Indulgence (USA 1993-1998)

I asked for "the weird stuff" and I got it! Thanks BRIAN ANDREW MAREK!

"these tracks are, indeed indulgent. never intended for public consumption, they were compiled in response to a request from the 'homemade lo-fi psych' blog (...). so strap yourself in and prepare for about an hour of epic compositions, goofy experiments, trippy tape tricks, cosmic jamming and some of the worst saxophone playing ever recorded!" (bam, september 2008)

Yeah – great stuff! That's what we want to hear! 
My personal favourite track is probably "The Lion and The Lizard", which reminds me of AMON DÜÜL II (Phallus Dei era)...

BRIAN ANDREW MAREK - Indulgence (1993-98)
(mp3-zip, 8 tracks, 55 min, 125,4 MB)
Get it here! Or in 2 parts here and here!

Check out BAM's site here.


RevRev said...

Indulgent or not, it is a winner. Have played it several times today and love that wacky layering. Sometimes "indulgent" leads to something else. Art works itself out in peculiar ways. But I dug the abstract here. And that sax ain't so damn bad, pal.

mike-floyd said...

Hey revrev!
You're becoming my house commentator! Thanks a lot! Always welcome!