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1Oresteia In One Part14:20
2Queen Of The Ships14:07
3Elegy For Native Tongues7:24
4The Ghosts Won’t Starve But We Will Perish18:00
5Solve Et Coagula11:35
6Los Heraldos Negros14:54
7Kohelet Revisited17:48
8Santa Sangre9:36

Créditos

  • Artwork [By]Yumikofu
  • Design [Album Design]Cal Lyall
  • Drums, PercussionNobunaga Ken
  • Guitar, Gong [Gongs], Bells, EffectsCal Lyall
  • Mastered ByPeter Slade
  • Mixed ByCal Lyall
  • Music ByTetragrammaton
  • Soprano Saxophone [Soprano Sax], Hurdy Gurdy, EffectsTOMO

Notas

Disc One recorded to 4-track in late 2007 / Disc Two recorded July 15th, 2007 (Live at Penguin House, Tokyo)

Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 1): SBV-001A (SM1-8A0185/1A) IFPI LP50
  • Matrix / Runout (Disc 2): SBV-001B (SM1-8A0185/2A) IFPI LP50
  • Mastering SID Code (Discs 1 & 2): IFPI LP50
  • Mould SID Code (Discs 1 & 2): IFPI JU01

Empresas

  • Recorded At – Penguin House

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Artist: Tetragrammaton Title: Elegy for native tongues Album: Elegy for native tongues Nobunaga Ken- Drums and percussion Cal Lyall- Guitar, gongs, for Native Tongues by Tetragrammaton, released 04 December 2008 1. The Ghosts Won't Starve But We Will Perish 2. Elegy For Native Tongues 3. Kohelet Revisited 4. Queen Of The Ships 5. Santa Sangre 6. Orestria In One Part 7. Solve Et Coagula 8. Los Heraldos Negros Disc One recorded to 4-track in late 2007, Disc Two recorded July 15th, 2007 Live at Penguin House, Tokyo. If you like Elegy for Native Tongues, you may also like: Holographic Dreamtime by Khôra. Less a solo act than a one-man megalith, Khôra builds impressive experimental soundscapes from modular synths, flutes, harps, and more. Bandcamp New & Notable Feb 19, 2020. go to album. Listen free to Tetragrammaton Elegy for Native Tongues The Ghosts Won't Starve but We Will Perish, Elegy for Native Tongues and more. 8 tracks 107:44. 1 Japanese free psychdrone unit Tetragrammaton is one part 70s free improv from the school of Kaoru Abe and Masayuki Takayanagi and one part new millennium blissed-out dronenoise a la Hototogisu and Vibracathedral Orchestra. With a mix of hurdy-gurdy, soprano saxophone, drums, percussion and tabletop guitar, the instrumentation might be well-suited to the folk-music of Eastern Europe, but falls more decisively into the camp of Fushitsusha or Borbetomagus. Artist: Tetragrammaton Title: Elegy For Native Tongues Year Of Release: 2008 Label: Subvalent Genre: Free Improvisation, Free Jazz, Noise Quality: FLAC, MP3-320 Total Time: 01:47:52 Total S. Artist: Tetragrammaton Title: Elegy For Native Tongues Year Of Release: 2008 Label: Subvalent Genre: Free Improvisation, Free Jazz, Noise Quality: FLAC, MP3-320 Total Time: 01:47:52 Total Size: 660 246 MB WebSite: Album Preview. Tracklist: CD1. Santa Sangre. CD2. Oresteia In One Part 2. Solve Et Coagula 3. Los Heraldos Negros. скачать торрент torrent торент скачать DTS CD SACD-R Hi-Res stereo оцифровки Vinyl-Rip DVD-Audio скачать музыку бесплатно скачать без регистрации. Artist: Tetragrammaton, Song: Elegy For Native Tongues, Duration: 7:24, File type: mp3. the long-awaited CD release of Tetragrammaton's drone-damaged 4-track cassette recordings. A distorted soundtrack of bedraggled pagan horns, shamanic languages and a protoplasmic layer of guitar jinx, all swooping down like a giant mescaline-soaked. read more . CD Compact Disc. Price: . VAT included. Stock level: IN STOCK. Available for immediate delivery. Read our FAQ before ordering. Label: SUBVALENT. Tetragrammaton - Yahweh Is Salvation Vocals, The Ghosts Won't Starve But We Will Perish, Oresteia In One Part, A House For The Mentalists, The Body ov Light, Third Sermon, Portrait of Turab Part 1 и другие скачать в mp3 и слушать музыку онлайн бесплатно. Back to Previous. Elegy for the Native Guards. By Natasha Trethewey. Now that the salt of their blood Stiffens the saltier oblivion of the sea. each Confederate soldiers name raised hard. in bronze no names carved for the Native Guards-. 2nd Regiment, Union men, black phalanx. What is monument to their legacy . The Native Tongues is a collective of late 1980s and early 1990s hip-hop artists known for their positive-minded, good-natured Afrocentric lyrics, and for pioneering the use of eclectic sampling and later jazz-influenced beats. Its principal members are the Jungle Brothers, De La Soul, and A Tribe Called Quest. The collective was also closely tied to the Universal Zulu Nation

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Artista: Tetragrammaton

Título: Elegy For Native Tongues

País: Japan

Fecha de publicación: 04 Dec 2008

Etiqueta: Subvalent

Estilo: Noise, Stoner Rock, Drone, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental, Folk

Catálogo: SBV001

Género: Electrónica / Rock / Mundo

Tamaño MP3: 2126 mb

Tamaño FLAC: 2559 mb

Clasificación: 4.2 / 5

Votos: 975

Fuente de los registros: 2 × CD

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