1 New Life - Empty Streets
2 West Coast Workshop - The Dowser And The Thaumaturgi
3 Sabu Martinez - Wounded Knee
4 Foreningen Til Livets Beskyttelse - Fuldmane
5 The Holy Mackerel - Listen to the Voice
6 Jorge Reyes - En el Fondo del Barranco.. Pt. 2
7 John Phillips - The Bird With The Plastic Feathers
8 Vestenvinden - Byen - Del 1
9 Charles Bernstein/Jerry Whitman - Turn Around (Vocal)
10 Vindharpen - Asteroide
11 China Clark and Amirh Bahati - Sunshine & Warmth
12 Rainbow Generator - City Of The Sun
13 Children Of One - Spheres
14 Pugh Rogefeldt - Sail With Me, Come On And Try - I Love You
15 Toubabou - Youvalou Rada (La Nature en Personne)
16 Fishbaugh, Fishbaugh & Zorn - The Best of Times
17 Sky Sulamyth - Caribou Flight
18 Unspoken Word - Morning
19 Jeremy Rothenberg - The Killer (Cherokee Indian)
20 Stenio Mendes - Taquará
21 Bazaar - Harmandali Zeybek
21 Emil Richards and the Factory - No Place I'd Rather Be
23 Thomas Almqvist - Mot Natten
24 Ace of Cups - Afro Blue
25 Brother Ah - Visions
-The aquatint on the cover is «Offering of the Mandan Indians» - plate 14 from Karl Bodmer’s Travels in America.
Super, duper! Peachy keen! Whammo! Spot on old boy! Sink me!ReplyDelete
Haha thanks! Haven't seen or thought about the phrase peachy-keen since I had a hang-up on Serutan Yob. It's got some great lyricismDelete
The boy I mean was oh-so peachy-keen,
A real gone guy from Goneville.
He was scattyboo and oogledy-too,
And he lived in Pasahogan.
Had the impression to hear the soundtrack to someones' dream, to be inside an hallucinatory mind and to assist to shamanic rituals...Thank you!ReplyDelete
Thanks also to Sadhu Sadhu for his nice comment on my short comments. I'm not a native english speaker so I do my best to express the great pleasure I have to hear all your mixes. Best. Armand
Thanks Armand! I'm not a native english speaker either - but I can safely state that your english is more than good enough to describe my mix much better than I'm able to myself.Delete
I'm there. Thanks very much!ReplyDelete
If Psychfan is there I must have done something right - thanks!Delete
Wow, Armand's description is beautiful! A wonderful mix of familiar and obscure (mostly the latter). Vestenvinden, Vindharpen tracks are exceptional. I'm getting the impression that Denmark was a very fertile hotbed of acid folk, Pugh Rogefeldt, loving that too. Once again you've sent me down the rabbit hole of musical discovery...ReplyDelete
Moahaha, you've created a psych mix to be proud of!!
I got the same impression about the danish scene as you do rex. It seems largely unexplored and filled with gems. Julian Cope's Danskrocksampler only scratches the surface (not meant as a complaint at all - its a compilation of eleven songs/bands and a nice, informative read).Delete
Well, If I did create something resembling Armand's description... and sent you down the rabbit hole of musical discovery... I'm kind of proud I guess - thanks!