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Henry Flynt

New American Ethnic Music Volume 3 : Hillbilly tape music


Format: CD

Genre: Electronic

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Third volume in the New Americam Ethnic Music series, following: You Are My Everlovin' & Spindizzy. Featuring recordings from 1971 through 1978, this focuses on shorter tracks that explore the third-ear mania of looped violin playing as well as could be imagined. Breathtaking stuff and essential for all followers of the Tony Conrad/post-minimalism timeline. "This is an amazing document of the nihilist father of concept art and inventor of electronic Hillbilly music. The record shows more than ever Flynt's musical genius, the audacity of his compositions (which seek to exalt rural southern music to a level beyond this civilization) and the strange qualitative fluidity of his playing.
Cat. number: rec 007
Year: 1970