Jess M ‎– Digidelica

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Shiva Space Technology ‎– SSTCD013
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01 Uruq Al Shaiba 3:50
02 Hednisphere
Bass – Roger Stübs*Flute – Alex Ey
5:06
03 Whipstick 4:40
04 Coitus 4:48
05 Drumming Air 3:42
06 Lemon Petals 4:49
07 Cloud Stalker 4:46
08 Tarn 3:44
09 Wild Islands 3:57
10 Heavy Grain 4:06
11 Cherrytwister
Lead Guitar – Daniele Guida
4:32

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Recorded & mastered @ Seance Lsdique Studios in Stuttgart.

Design: Psyborg@bluemail.ch
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  • Barcode: 1 330350 379136

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Le_Lotus_Bleu

Le_Lotus_Bleu

November 22, 2004
edited over 13 years ago

I find vey courageous from SST to produce an album and an artist which focuses essentially on didgeridoo. Didgeridoo has his charms, secrets and inconvenients.

This instrument can be at time catchy,hypnotizing,bewithcing and other times monotone or boring. Indeed, all depend how it is used : mainly solo or in a more global construct harmony with others different elements. For tracks 1,3,5,10 which are only digeridoo, it’s sure that’s more diffcult to listen except probably for didgeridoo’s full lovers. When instruments are added like in track 2(flute),4(voices ,percus),6(guitar, singer 60’s or 70’s psyspirit),7(synths),8(harp ?),9(voices,samples billow more instruments),11(bass,guitar,percus), it becomes easier and enjoyable to hear.

My favorites are Hednisphere, Cloud Stalker, Wild Islands. In a second order : Coitus,Tarn. Mark :7/10