Pinhas, Richard: De L'un Et Du Multiple

Pinhas, Richard SKU: 31630405
Pinhas, Richard: De L'un Et Du Multiple

Pinhas, Richard: De L'un Et Du Multiple

Pinhas, Richard SKU: 31630405

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: De L'un Et Du Multiple
Artist: Pinhas, Richard
Label: Bam Balam Records
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 769791964198
Genre: Electronic

Bam Balam Records present a reissue of Richard Pinhas's de l'un et du Multiple, originally released in 1996. Available for the first time on vinyl. Richard Pinhas, the founder of '70s legends Heldon, is one of France's best known experimental musicians and is a key figure in development of rock music fusing with electronic music. This solo album was recorded at his home studio in Paris between June and September of 1995. Solo guitar and processing - Drone electronics with use of a Metatronic Loop system. No re-recording. Features brand new cover art. Includes a bonus track, "Humain, Trop Humain", with vocals by Maurice Dantec. Edition of 500.


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