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Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Special Interest, New Age, Pop, Rock
Japanese Pressing. This album features a number of songs that are mere snippets, like the vaguely tribal-sounding 'Blue Bag', while one tune, the 20-minute 'Cutaway', from 1969, is a sprawling pastiche of oddities. Five c... more »
Japanese Pressing. This album features a number of songs that are mere snippets, like the vaguely tribal-sounding 'Blue Bag', while one tune, the 20-minute 'Cutaway', from 1969, is a sprawling pastiche of oddities. Five cuts are listed as part of the band's continuing Ethnological Forgery Series, on which they recreate or interpret a variety of world musics through their own vision. The majority of songs come from 1968-1971. This 19 track re-issue of the 1976 original release has been remastered and comes packaged in a paper sleeve. Vine. 2005.
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