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Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Brodio Nuncia (Interpretace) - Fara/Vzorek (CZCH, 198?, exact date unknown)

"I don't remember exact time, but 'fara' was recorded live sometimes in the middle of the eighties. Instruments used here was bass, quitar, keyboard, analog echo, gramophone, magnetophone, radio plus some voices. Four persons (me, karel, martin and julius). It was recorded directly onto tape from homemade mix.
I haven't any pictures from this private concert, but in attachment there's (a) photo how fara looks today."

"'fara' was recorded in temple of Hussite church in middle of the eighties and 'vzorek' is homemade sample with loop..." (Richard Charvat)

This is probably my favourite INTERPRETACE (BRODIO NUNCIA) recording so far. Again it's great improvised music reminding of some mid-seventies krautrock bands - very relaxed, ideal music for late night listening... I'd recommend to load 'fara' into the VLC-player and start the "Goom" visual effects function (or start the visual effects on iTunes for that matter) and drift away into coloured space for the next 47 minutes... That's exactly what I did last night... Wow, what a trip...

'vzorek' is a different affair altogether - much more in an industrial mood, and also a great track, though for different reasons. Enjoy!

(mp3-zip, 2 tracks, 51 min, 90, 5 MB)
Old links are dead - repost if requested.

1 comment:

kill said...

any hope for reupload, thanks