Woo (3) ‎– Awaawaa

Label:
Palto Flats ‎– PFLP-004, New General Catalogue ‎– NGC-001
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Vinyl, LP
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Tracklist

A1 Odd Spiral
A2 Green Blob
A3 Mobile Phone
A4 The Goodies
A5 Homage to Matta
A6 Sympti
A7 Tick Tock
B1 Awaawaa
B2 Back on Track
B3 Ruby Past Lives
B4 Wobbly
B5 Robots Dancing
B6 Babalonia
B7 Sailing
B8 Fun, The Final Frontier
B9 Fanfare

Credits

Notes

Back Cover notes:

Clive Ives - electronics and percussion.
Mark Ives - guitars, clarinet and base.
Recorded in South London between 1975-1982.
Compiled in conjunction with Jacob Gorchov and Jan Rew Midelfort in 2014.
Special thanks to Ramona Gonzalez from Nite Jewel.
Ivor Elliot - tenor saxophone on Robots Dancing.

Other Versions (3 of 3) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Woo (3) Awaawaa(16xFile, MP3, Album, 320) Not On Label (Woo Self-released) none 2016
none Woo (3) Awaawaa(22xFile, FLAC, Album) Not On Label (Woo Self-released) none UK 2016
PFCD 004, NGC 001 Woo (3) Awaawaa(CD) Palto Flats, New General Catalogue PFCD 004, NGC 001 US 2016 Sell This Version

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Sengle

Sengle

October 2, 2016
Recorded in 75/82? And yet the track "Fun, The Final Frontier" sounds exactly like a tenori-on. I mean EXACTLY.
My hat is off.
Jean-Bob

Jean-Bob

September 7, 2016

A perfect record for sunny days, but there's a great chance it also sounds excellent on a rainy one.
boobarnabus

boobarnabus

February 7, 2016

Awaawaa is yet another dreamy delight from Woo, whose organic warmth permeates every cell of this record. An intriguing world of mechanical and acoustic sounds flowing and swirling; transporting the listener somewhere rather exquisite. Drift off and enjoy the journey with a little smile and the feeling that you've been missing this record since the moment you were born...
Amazon describe it as: "... the band at their most evocative and psychedellic - presenting a suitelike, atmospheric collection of stunning miniatures..." This 'suite' weaves together beautifully, as do other Woo releases thoroughly worth checking out. Awaawaa is here. Thank you, Woo!