Berrocal, Jac: Musiq Musik

Berrocal, Jac SKU: 42815563
Berrocal, Jac: Musiq Musik

Berrocal, Jac: Musiq Musik

Berrocal, Jac SKU: 42815563

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Musiq Musik
Artist: Berrocal, Jac
Label: Rotorelief
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 769791981638
Genre: Electronic

Vinyl LP pressing. Rotorelief present a reissue of Jac Berrocal's Musiq Musik, originally released in 1973. First album of Berrocal, recorded in 1973 with excessive reverberations of the crypt of the church Saint-Savinien in Sens, is a real notebook of sound travels, of instruments reported by Jac Berrocal and Roger Ferlet during their numerous journeys: Pakistan, Afghanistan, Nepal, India, Jordan, Iraq, Syria; with various instruments: bells, muezzins, conches, shenaïs, cymbals, gongs, embellished with urban and incongruous sounds: horns, whistles, chickens, harmonium, and washing machine, the all installed on a kiosk. The idea? Make music together, Jac Berrocal, Roger Ferlet, Dominique Coster.

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