László Hortobágyi ‎– Annales Of Gáyan Uttejak Society - Op. Transreplica Meccano

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Label:Hungaropop – BP 180

Country:Hungary

Used LP 1989

Disc:EX/NM (great shape, only silent noise at quiet part)

Jacket:VG+ (age light scuffs on sleeve, slight wear/wrinkle, great condition)

Hungarian composer/musicologist László Hortobágyi. In the late 60's, he visited North India, where he learned not only traditional instruments but also philosophy and history, and the results of his studies of oriental music and electronics had a great influence on his musical career. This is true masterwork in 1989 that perfectly linked the results of oriental music research with electronics. It's amazing no matter where you drop the needle, recommend to start with "Bass Cult" that evokes a harsh pagan tribal feeling, "Bali-Sí Gat" a mix of traditional instruments, collage, and heavy beats, "Harmologix" where the reverberant drone echoes psychedelicly, "Reptiles' Temple 79'," which sounds like ritual in somewhere, and ”Mirage 88'” a traibal ambient track. First yellow/blue jacket.

ハンガリーの作曲家/音楽学者László Hortobágyi。彼の音楽歴に大きな影響を与えたという、60年代終わりに訪れた北インドにて伝統楽器の習得だけに留まらず哲学や歴史の習得を経て取り組んだ一連の東洋音楽研究の成果とエレクトロニクスが見事に結びついた89年の大傑作。どこに針を落としても凄いですが、中でもどぎつい異教のトライバル感覚を呼び起こすような”Bass Cult”、伝統楽器、コラージュ、重いビートが交じる”Bali-Sí Gat”、残響音のドローンがサイケデリックに響き渡る”Harmologix”、どこかの儀式かと錯覚するような”Reptiles' Temple 79'”、トライバル・アンビエント”Mirage 88'”などからどうぞ。ヤバすぎます。この黄色と青のジャケはLászló Hortobágyi自身が気に入らず自ら回収して青のジャケで再リリースされたものが多く貴重となっています。

A1 - Intro-Kill

A2 - Bass Cult

A3 - Gregorianix

A4 - Kiráņá-Barock

A5 - Bali-Sí Gat

B6 - Harmologix

B8 - Ite Pravonix Est...

B10 - Reptiles' Temple 79'

B11 - Mirage 88'