Ah Cama-Sotz ‎– Blood Will Tell

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Bats & Cats ‎– BC07
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Credits

  • Mastered By, Mixed By, Producer, Recorded ByAh Cama-Sotz

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Comes as cardboard foldout black sleeve with embossed red metallic foil print. Silver metallic cardboard inner sleeve with embossed Ah Cama-Sotz logo.

© 2010 Bats & Cats, Antwerp, Belgium.

Durations taken from CD player.

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  • Matrix / Runout: AH CAMA-SOTZ "blood will tell"
  • Rights Society: SABAM

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September 26, 2013
There's something about this album that bites me since I listened to it the first time.
A main theme during half of the tracks is putting electronic dance beats over filtered samples of classic Iranian music. Several times I was surprised if this voice is Shajarian or Eftekhari, true Persian vocalist masters, and if these recordings are from some of their concerts, or even taken from the compilations that feature their impressive work and are available to buy on the regular market. Unsatisfying and disappointing to find no credits, no words about it inside this album. As a big fan and collector of classic Indian and Middle Orient music I want to ask Ah Cama-Sotz why naming a track Narayana (a name for Hindu deity Lord Vishnu) when it features music from Persia? Intentionally or not, coming to the music it gives these tracks a somewhat shallow new age-worldmusic feeling that might raise wanderlust inside weed smoking inhabitants of chillout lounges, but lack substance and soul for advanced listeners or ambient fans. Remember Enigma - radio pop beats over Gregorian monk chants or ethno-tribal-vocals?
Try other Ah Cama-Sotz albums if you're looking for emotional touching industrialish ambient sound, this one is somewhat odd.