Subterranean Masquerade ‎– Vagabond

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ViciSolum Productions ‎– VSP109LP, ViciSolum Productions ‎– VSP109LPW
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A1 Place For Fairytales
A2 Nomad
A3 Ways
A4 Carousal (Instrumental)
A5 Kippur
B1 Daled Bavos (Instrumental)
Arranged By – Or ShalevWritten-By – Traditional
B2 As You Are
B3 Hymn Of The Vagabond
B4 Space Oddity
Arranged By – Or ShalevWritten-By – David Bowie

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Recorded at Pausa recording studios, Taklit music studio, Black Knob studio, Shai Yallin's studio & Alon Ohanna's studio

Ambient sound FX recorded in various places in India by Tomer Pink.

B1 is based on the jewish folk melody "4 Babot".

Barcode: 7 320470 225332 on back of sleeve
& VSP109LP (on sleeve and labels)
Alternate barcode on sticker: 18 0200000062644
& VSP109LPW (also on sticker)

℗ & © ViciSolum Productions 2017

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (on back of sleeve): 7 320470 225332
  • Barcode (on sticker): 18 0200000062644
  • Rights Society: BIEM/n©b
  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): NR 17 12 00 054-A1 J.C. 2017
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): NR 17 12 00 054-B1 J.C. 2017

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LPWJ

LPWJ

June 7, 2018
edited about 1 year ago

About the most fun you could have on a recordplayer, indian classical folk music meets older progressive stuff meets newer progressive metal vibes; only bad thing is I wish I could have given it a 5/5 cause I really wanted to...

The great use of the drums and folk music elements for the dimensions gets 5 out of 5 but the rest is good songs and arrangements but it's not Pink Floyd y'know...but maybe it can be...also the use of almost subtle metal guttural singing is OK in small doses but maybe do a couple of whole songs based on that, instead of echoing that genre in choruses only, it almost gets to be opera like when the baritone comes in for small portions only ...so it's not My Dying Bride either...cause they use the nuances like these to perfection...but maybe it can be...on the next album.

Be well,
LPWJ