Maboul, Aksak: Un Peu De L, Me De Bandits

Maboul, Aksak SKU: 33731353
Maboul, Aksak: Un Peu De L, Me De Bandits

Maboul, Aksak: Un Peu De L, Me De Bandits

Maboul, Aksak SKU: 33731353

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Un Peu De L, Me De Bandits
Artist: Maboul, Aksak
Label: Crammed Disc Us
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 876623007791
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing. Founded in 1977 by Marc Hollander and Vincent Kenis, Aksak Maboul already contained some of the key elements of the Crammed aesthetics: eclecticism, internationalism, deliberate and playful mixing of forms, cultures and genres. Un Peu de L'ame de Bandits (1980) was recorded by a lineup featuring English musicians Fred Frithand Chris Cutler. More intense and "experimental" than their debut, this album's music contains complex, completely written sections as well as totally improvised hardcore ambient pieces, not to mention drum machines, bassoons, sampling before samplers existed, Bulgarian, Pygmy, Polynesian and Delta Blues voices, tango, a Turkish tune, crypto-punk and pseudo-Varese music.


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