The item has been added to your personal Favourites collection
X

phurpa

Wal Phur Nag Po
€ 16.90
View your shopping activity

Wishlist 0

Cart 0

phurpa - Wal Phur Nag Po

phurpa

Wal Phur Nag Po

€ 16.90

LABEL: LUST VESSEL
GENRE: Electronic | FORMAT: tape + poster | CATALOG N. LV#015 | YEAR. (2014)

Out of stock

Phurpa is the phenomenal musical collective from Moscow, founded by Alexey Tagin exploring authentic ancient ritual music of Bon, the pre-Buddhist tradition from Tibet. This album proves another ultimate sacral embodiment of their thoroughgoing performances grounded on genuine Bon tradition theoretically and practically, and yet reinterpret solemnly and unambiguously, with 5 chapters of title track "Wal Phur Nag Po" and also the keynote of their programme "Mu Ye". Playing traditional Tibetan ritual instruments including human bones found in Tibetan wastelands and their trademarked tantric overtone chanting, ycleped Rgyud-skad, penetrating beyond emptiness. A pragmatic Terma and the continuous result with genuine industrial stole.
Comes with b/w xerox 5 panel heavy card stock and A4 size hand-assembled b/w xerox poster.
Strictly limited to 200 copies.





All music written, recorded, mixed and performed by Jun Konagaya. Rightly remastered for this cassette edition specially from the original master tape by Lily Vice at Sacred Lust Studio.
Original artwork and a draft of layout by Jun Konagaya. Xerography and final layout by Lily Vice.
Professionally duplicated Chrome Extra tape; The ultimate quality TYPE II/high-bias tape. 
Comes with b/w xerox 5 panel heavy card stock and professionally b/w printed & bound 12 pages A5 size booklet.
Strictly limited to 200 copies.


Notes   Tracklisting

Limited to 200 copies, professionally duplicated on Chrome Extra Type II/high-bias tapes. Includes a black-and-white xerox 12-page A5 booklet, professionally printed and bound on 5-panel heavy cardstock. Compilation of live and studio material recorded between 1983 and 1986. Tracks B1, B2 and B4 were recorded in 1983. Tracks A1, A2 and A7 were recorded in 1984. Track B3 was recorded in 1985. Tracks A3 to A6 were recorded in 1986. 

Originally released on Eskimo Records in 1987.

There are no tracklisting associated with this item