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Spiritczualic Enhancement Center

Transporting Salt (2LP)

Label: Besides

Format: 2LP

Genre: Jazz

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€27.90
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*In process of stocking* "A magic dwells in each beginning.” The members of the freeform psych-inducing collective known as Spiritczualic Enhancement Center are of the same mind as Hermann Hesse on that one. Within the mythologically-rich universe assembled by the band - Transporting Salt - Enhanced Edition is a serious deluxe revisit of their most original encounters. 

In the five years since it was hermetically spawned, the group has stretched into an esoteric wave of musicians counting well over 60 in total. With their unscripted and ritualistic sound already incarnated as five distinct albums, it is time for this regenerative double-vinyl to complete the odyssey by returning to source. The metamorphosing days of the troupe’s formative journey back in 2018 were sonically captured via a cassette on Crash Symbols which Bandcamp Daily attributed with the power to “make the mundane surreal." 

This earliest recorded testament has now been wholeheartedly overhauled - edited, remixed and mastered - and majestically packaged in a gatefold containing 4 previously unreleased bonus tracks and an extended tour through Axis Mundi’s infinitesimal cover art illustrations. Out on Lille’s Besides Records, this autonomous trance-jazz LP presents the imaginatory accompaniment for an untold Paul Bowles epic set in the echoing history of psychedelica. 

Details
Cat. number: BRLP014
Year: 2022
Notes:
Double disque "Jazz/Kraut" aux accents orientaux, à mi-chemin entre Bitches Brew de Miles Davis et Future Days de Can. "Jazz/Kraut" 2LP with oriental flavours, in between Miles Davis' Bitches Brew and Can's Future Days.