Piccinelli, Pit / Gales, Fred / Maioli, Walter: Amazonia 6891: Sounds from Jungle - Natural Object

Pit Piccinelli: Amazonia 6891: Sounds from Jungle - Natural Object

Piccinelli, Pit / Gales, Fred / Maioli, Walter: Amazonia 6891: Sounds from Jungle - Natural Object

Format: VINYL LP

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Description

Title: Amazonia 6891: Sounds from Jungle - Natural Object
Artist: Piccinelli, Pit / Gales, Fred / Maioli, Walter
Label: Black Sweat Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 769791964433
Genre: Electronic

Double LP version. Black Sweat Records present a reissue of Amazonia 6891: Sounds From Jungle, Natural Objects, Echo And Electronic Waves, originally released on cassette in 1986. The idea to evoke a deep journey in the Amazon rainforest has affected various musicians in the history of popular and experimental music, but compared to other works, this rare Amazonia 6891, released only on cassette in 1986, appears as totally original and extreme in his conception. Here, the interest in ethnomusicology of the expert Walter Maioli (part of Aktuala and Futuro Antico) is linked to a precise and comprehensive ecological, botanical, ethological and ethnographic perspective. In fact, starting from the sound recording of the ethnographer Pit Piccinelli's collection of natural objects, the collected material for this work is re-elaborate in different times by the anthropologist and electronic pioneer Fred Gales and by Maioli himself. The result of this multi-disciplinary approach is a long, concrete poem of plant organisms, field recordings of verses and calls of tropical animals, futuristically mixed with electronic sounds, similar to the great experimental trials of Futuro Antico and Ariel Kalma's 1978 album, Osmose (BS 007LP). Listening to this imaginative collage is like looking into a precious cabinet of antiquities and curiosity, whose wonders of multi-colored cellular fragments are shaped in the synthesis of a single universal sound matter. The merger between the wild jungle, the mysterious voices of the aboriginals and the oscillation of the electronic waves, creates a spasmodic tension between amazing and heavenly moments, leaking obscure paths and alien sequences. Amazonia 6891 is a magic trip into the unknown wild, into abyss of creation of kaleidoscopic floras and faunas, simply a proposal for a synesthetic experience and multi-sensory.

Tracks:
1.1 Track 1 (15:17)
2.1 Track 2 (16:13)
3.1 Track 3 (15:21)
4.1 Track 4 (15:21)
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