Self-described as "...a cosmic rock relaxation creation to elevate sensory awareness to include the aura of intuitive perception of higher realm of human/divine consciousness using the astral body projection experience vehicle to pierce time/space/logic dimension barriers on the return voyage to the ultimate concept." CD reissue of this classic 1974 private press album. On Steven Stapleton's Nurse With Wound list, of course. Moolah was comprised of two youths from New York, Walter Burns and Maurice Roberson. This revolutionary psychedelic album features piano, keyboards, electronic percussion and other electronic sounds, an esoteric, Buddhist vocal sound, with bits of concrète, tape and delay effects. Cover + obi in a standard jewel case.
- "I can hear a strong Faust 1, Guru Guru and Ash Ra Tempel influence. Just add a twist of ultra lo-fi and a sprinkle of Texas garage psych, and you have something similar to the finished product. I've often suffered with many sleepless nights where I asked myself, 'Damnit! When am I going to hear an American record with a distinct kosmische influence? When? Why God? Why?' Well, I think the Lord above answered my prayers and blessed with me this LP." --Julian Cope
.. woo-ha! - mutterings in dark caves by collectors of “nurse with wound list” lps were overheard by the sensible folk at em, resulting in the reissue of this absolute monster of a krautrock / hippy-den minimalist-synth / chanted-vox jam from 1974 ... just colossal. rather than find new synonyms for words like “superb”, “zonked”, “cramelgo”, etc... let me instead share with you the liner notes to the original lp issue (reproduced wonderfully) - Mimaroglu
Recorded at the secret studio in New York's Greenwich Village (1974).
Mixed at the Electric Lady Studios, New York.