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Recent restock, Originally released in 1978, it's an East meets West Jazz session led by Czech composer Milan Pilar, mixing deep modal jazz with percussive sounds from Bali's Gamelan music
Meeting of deep modal jazz with percussive sounds from Gamelan music culture, held together by Pilar`s impressive bass playing. Four previously unknown tracks from the master tapes, comes with "Sekaten 1926" artwork by German painter and Bali emigrant Walter Spies on frontcover. Available as exclusive vinyl-12inch only including four tracks, limited to 500 copies, plus digital download.
Milan Pilar is a Czech bass player and composer, born 1932 in former Czechoslovakia. In 1962 he emigrated to West Germany, where he performed on countless library productions and on the legendary all star albums "Catch Up Vol. 1 & 2" or "Atomic Drums" (by Charly Antolini`s Power Dozen) during the 1970s. A little later, the present, unusual recordings were made for the small German label "Sound Star-Ton" under the working title "Twilights of Bali", featuring a high-class ensemble conducted by the German drummer veteran Freddie Brocksieper, produced by Frederic Lupini.