|1.||"Muntanyes De Granit" (10:37)|
|2.||"El Vell Rei De La Serp" (13:17)|
|1.||"Jardins Aquatics" (5:57)|
|2.||"Nits De Cristall" (10:33)|
|3.||"La Nave De Los Argonautas" (6:37)|
Originally out in 1987 through the Grabaciones Accidentales label, Pep Llopis' Poiemusia La Nau Dels Argonautes has remind something of a mecca among the more avid experimental diggers out there. The Spanish keyboard player and vocalist was a bit of a pioneer in his days, but it's only in more recent years that his name has proliferated across the electronic scene, and it's thanks to labels like Freedom To Spend that we are able to enjoy this music in its original format (and not have to pay some serious bucks on the second-hand market!). The LP itself is a wonderful excursion through vast, dream-like polyphonies that manage to create a world of their own. Much like the soundtracks of vintage games like Zelda, this album is in a category of its own, blending different, liquid-like synths with a charm that is rare to find elsewhere. Pensive, introspective but altogether euphoric, Llopis' music is an absolute pleasure to listen to. This is a special one - act fast!
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