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Ibrahim AlfaHidden By The Leaves

Label:Workshop – WORKSHOP 22
Format:
Vinyl, LP
Country:Germany
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Genre:Electronic
Style:Electro, Techno

Tracklist

A1Find You Way Home
A2Black Mask
A3Drifting
A4Full Black, No Stars
B1We Can Never Go Home
B2Clip My Wings
B3Dreamland
B4Past Is Past
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Comes with insert & liner notes by David Moufang.

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Hidden By The Leaves (8×File, AIFF, Album)WorkshopWORKSHOP 22Germany2016

Reviews

play_function_issues's avatar
This is an amazing album, incredible material that sounds really good after we know that it was recorded at the end of the 90's. My favorite track is "Drifting" but something was bad in the pressing or in the recording, the track has an skip that in the first time I was thinking it was only in my record, but I did research including getting the track in digital version and is a recording issue to be exact in the min 2:42, Terrible that a great label like Workshop don't listen that!!!!
cwmbran-city's avatar
cwmbran-city
Edited 5 years ago
Imagine Juan Atkins meeting peak-era Gemini, but change the angle of perspective 45degrees. Now that's sunk in, try listening to "Full Black, No Stars" to savour the richly textured beat-less melodies that seem to float through the ether. Mr Alfa's ability to create a soundscape as rich & alive as this one is cause for immediate re-e-wind in itself, but then give your ears a dollop of "Drifting" to experience a shuffle bug par-excellence. These 2 tracks in themselves were enough for this reviewer to drop some hard earned skekels. And after such a long sabbatical, its good to see you back, Ibi. Time to cue up "Full Black, No Stars" again!
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muliwuli
amazing record! i am really glad it finally came out after 15 years.. damn. dreamland is my favorite at the moment.