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Arturo Stalteri

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From Ajanta To Lhasa
Cat: SV 26. Rel: 10 Nov 20
Experimental/Electronic
  1. From Ajanta To Lhasa (16:32)
  2. Nu Alrest Lebe Ich Mir (3:25)
  3. The Sun: 8.3 Light Minutes (1:45)
  4. The Sun: Solar Wind (1:23)
  5. The Sun: Solar Flare (1:58)
  6. The Sun: Sun Spots (1:28)
  7. The Sun: Solar Spicula (1:41)
  8. Studio No 6 (1:05)
  9. Matmos (2:25)
  10. Floating Moon (6:09)
Review: Arturo Stalteri might be best known to many as a Philip Glass collaborator (Circles) and avid (and talented) adapter of Brian Eno's works. In truth, the former member of Italian avant-prog-rockers Pierrot Lunaire has amassed a pretty extensive body of music that's well worth spending some time pouring over, not least because he seems to throw himself into some pretty conceptual ideas.

This 1979 album was put together when he returned to Rome after two months in India, and while this might raise 21st Century eyebrows in a cultural appropriation way, when you press play nothing could be further from the truth. Yes, it seems to overflow with exoticism, but the largely-organ and piano driven ambient work here doesn't belong in any specific place. Instead, it just has the same sense of fantastical adventure that comes with finding somewhere new.
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