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|2.||"Los Visitantes De Sirio"|
|3.||"La Pipa De Lucas"|
|4.||"El Nacimiento Diario"|
|6.||"El Misterio De Tiahuanaco"|
|8.||"Transfiguracion Del Iniciado"|
|9.||"Bo Bo Bo Beu"|
|10.||"Paren La Conaminacion Del Aire"|
Between 1969 and 1971, Guatemalan Emilio Aparicio recorded some of the earliest electronic music to come out of South America - then promptly exchanged most of the copies of the five private press seven-inch singles he pressed up for bottles of wine. This fine compilation aims to tell Aparicio's story properly for the first time, gathering together all of his released compositions from the period in freshly re-mastered form. Aparicio was one of the first owners of a Moog synthesizer in South America, and it's the sound of Robert Moog's pioneering machine that comes to the fore throughout. Of course, since Aparicio and patron Roberto Alburach were heavy LSD users during the period, much of the music is wonderfully trippy and spacey, sitting somewhere between the stern work of early minimalist synthesizer composer Morton Subotnick and Pierre Henry's more melodious and tongue-in-cheek works of the same period.
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