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Multum In Parvo (CD with obi-strip)
Cat: BLUETWENTY EIGHT. Rel: 12 Oct 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Multum In Parvo
 in stock $9.53
Music & Poetry of The Kesh (LP + inserts + MP3 download code)
Cat: FTS 9LP. Rel: 23 Mar 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Heron Dance (4:11)
  2. Twilight Song (1:00)
  3. Yes-Singing (2:27)
  4. Dragonfly Song (5:10)
  5. A Homesick Song (2:29)
  6. The Willows (1:28)
  7. Lullaby-Lahela (4:12)
  8. Long Singing (5:44)
  9. The Quail Song (2:06)
  10. A Teaching Poem (0:58)
  11. A River Song (3:06)
  12. Sun Dance Poem (1:57)
  13. A Music Of The Eighth House (5:32)
Review: Since returning to action last year following a near eight-year hiatus, Pete Swanson and Jed Binderman's Freedom To Spend label has been on an impressive run of form. Predictably "Music and Poetry of the Kesh" is another doozy. It was first released on cassette way back in 1985 and saw experimental composer Todd Barton (then still finding his feet in music) and science fiction writer and poet Ursula K De Guin join forces for the first and only time. It's a curious but thoroughly absorbing and entertaining set that mixes and mangles spoken word passages, experimental choral pieces, crackling filed recordings, dreamy analogue electronics, Berlin School ambient, elements of pastoral folk and more than a few nods towards the giants of American minimalism.
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Played by: Alexis Le-Tan
 in stock $23.15
Cat: FTS 009CD. Rel: 13 Jul 18
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Heron Dan
  2. Twilight Song
  3. Yes-Singing
  4. Dragonfly Song
  5. A Homesick Song
  6. The Willows
  7. Lullaby-Lahela
  8. Long Sining
  9. The Quail Song
  10. A Teaching Poem
  11. A River Song
  12. Sun Dance Poem
  13. A Music Of Eighth House
Review: Since returning to action last year following a near eight-year hiatus, Pete Swanson and Jed Binderman's Freedom To Spend label has been on an impressive run of form. Predictably "Music and Poetry of the Kesh" is another doozy. It was first released on cassette way back in 1985 and saw experimental composer Todd Barton (then still finding his feet in music) and science fiction writer and poet Ursula K De Guin join forces for the first and only time. It's a curious but thoroughly absorbing and entertaining set that mixes and mangles spoken word passages, experimental choral pieces, crackling filed recordings, dreamy analogue electronics, Berlin School ambient, elements of pastoral folk and more than a few nods towards the giants of American minimalism.
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 in stock $13.06
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