Maurizio Bianchi / M.B.* ‎– Das Platinzeitalter

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Weird Forest Records ‎– WF-33
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2 × Vinyl, LP, Limited Edition, Numbered, Reissue
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A Aurea Aetas 15:29
B1 Die Erbsuende 12:43
B2 Decadence 6:44
C1 The Promised Seed 10:12
C2 New Heavens New Earth 9:49
D Das Platinzeitalter 17:19

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Limited edition of 500 copies. Packaged in a silkscreened foldover cover, hand-numbered in silver ink.
Includes 12"-sized black cardboard insert with silkscreened silver lettering.

Originally released on compact disc by Incunabulum. Screenprinting reproducing original CD art by Seizure Palace, Portland, OR.

Many thanks to Siegmar Fricke and his electro-devices for the brackish treatments.

This recording is a procession of Incunabulum 001 'A Rose By Any Other Name - Anonymous Lute Solos Of The Golden Age' by Jozef Van Wissem.

[Total Time: 73'06]

Artist name written on labels as "Mauricio Bianchi".

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  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Etched): WEIRD-30-A KMCATm 18309.1(2)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Etched): WEIRD-30-B KMCATm 18309.2(2)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side C, Etched): WEIRD-30-C KMCATm 18309.3(2)...
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Etched): WEIRD-30-D KMCATm 18309.4(2)...

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avantrecords

avantrecords

February 7, 2010
"a finedouble-lp version of this collaboration between maurizio m.b.bianchi and contemporary/renaissance lutist jozef van wissem(in that most to all of the source material comes from van wissems a rose by any other name set) reissuing the ...incunabulum-label disc from ... about which ::
just disc of creakinglow-end drone work from maurizio bianchi comprised solely of recordings of incunabulum-head jozef van wissems renaissance lute playing; in my mind the best m.b.-related release in years... huge walls of sound veering close to andrew chalk / ora / mirror territory ...
certainly the scope of this music is far greater suited to the double-lp format ; bianchis cavernous / mutant treatments of van wissems lute just sing out on the one true format & of course chads attention-to-detail regarding the edition is nothing to frown at, including a giant folderover & an (both block-printed in silver on acid-free, archival-quality stock & the two lps themselves in slick black innersthis is the version to own.have you ever looked into the abyss? man, its scary! an infinite void of the blackest black where not even a gleam of light can escape its dark talons.
needless to say, its not the most popular destination, but hey, it is
there. and believe me, sooner or later that day will come when you will
sit on the cusp and fix your eyes on the vast nothingness that is everything. but until that hour beckons, you may as well prepare yourself by spinning das platinzeitalter.