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Creel Pone here kicking off the 2007 season with a reproduction of this ludicrously hard-to-find 1969 LP on the Ades label containing four pieces composed at the tail-end of the Psychedelic era by Artaud / Breton / Genet collaborator and Pierre Schaeffer student André Almuró.
This music has been whispered about in closed circles for close to 40 years yet seldom heard - it’s some of the finest Musique Concrète in the “Underwater Vibrations” category: tons of mutated / processed percussion-sounds with their top-ends tailed-off, bathed in tape-echo and transducer-plate effects, yielding a dense murk of claustrophobic low-mid range explosions and filtered-out space.
For me; this is an absolute highlight of the series thus far, made even more so by Mr. P.C. C.P.‘s near-religious adherence to the design spec of the LP - reproduced here in its 2015 iteration as a 6-panel "Glossy" gatefold booklet.