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Courage - Jon Hassell - Dream Theory In Malaya (Fourth World Volume Two) (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Courage - Jon Hassell - Dream Theory In Malaya (Fourth World Volume Two) (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. Dazahn
    Fourth World, Vol. 1: Possible Musics is an album by Jon Hassell and Brian Eno. It was recorded at Celestial Sounds in New York City and released in by Editions EG, an imprint label of E.G. Records. " Fourth world music" is a musical aesthetic described by Hassell as "a unified primitive/futuristic sound combining features of world ethnic styles with advanced .
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  2. Kigakus
    Jon Hassell’s entrancing Dream Theory In Malaya (Fourth World Volume Two) - the follow-up to his seminal Fourth World Vol.1 Possible Musics featuring Brian Eno - sees a much needed reissue, now expanded with a bonus track and available on any format for the first time since the early ‘90s. Recorded at Bob and Daniel Lanois’s Toronto studio in , Dream Theory In Malaya (Fourth World.
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  3. Shakara
    Aug 01,  · As Hassell undertook the process of recording and finalizing Dream Theory in Malaya: Fourth World Volume Two — the follow-up to Possible Musics — Brian Eno was again present, as both mixer and.
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  4. Matilar
    Shop Dream Theory In Malaya: Fourth World Volume Two [12" VINYL]. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. Dream Theory In Malaya: Fourth World Volume Two [12" VINYL] LP, CD Single Another great early 80s ethnic inspired album from the great Jon Hassell, though not as essential to me as '4 Th Worlds Vo 1' Read more/5(29).
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  5. Sagis
    First released in , Jon Hassell’s Dream Theory in Malaya (Fourth World Volume Two) has flown well under the radar as something of a forgotten ambient work. Interest in Hassell’s music re-emerged this year with the release on Optimo of tribute compilation Miracle Steps: Music From The Fourth World
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  6. Banris
    Oct 06,  · Dream theory In Malaya is titled after a paper by visionary anthropologist Kilton Stewart, who in visited a remarkable highland tribe of Malayan aborigines, the Senoi, whose happiness and well-being were linked to their morning custom of family dream-telling, where a child's fearful dream of falling was praised as a gift to learn to fly the next night and where a /5().
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  7. Tekasa
    album notes. Dream Theory in Malaya is titled after a paper by visionary anthropologist, Kilton Stewart, who in visited a remarkable highland tribe of Malaysian aborigines, the Senoi, whose happiness and well-being were linked to their morning custom of family dream-telling—where a child's fearful dream of falling was praised as a gift to learn to fly the next night and where a dream.
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  8. Vojar
    Overwhelmingly interesting and extremely variant, Jon Hassell 's Dream Theory in Malaya is rescued from the stereotypical new age recipe, thanks to its ever-changing instrumental structure and the use of numerous eccentric instruments that emerge as the album progresses.
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  9. Tygojind
    When listening to Dream Theory in Malaya: Fourth World Volume Two, one is deeply struck by how contemporary or even “futuristic” it still sounds. The stuttering glitches of the opening track “Chor Moiré” are cooly confrontational. The scratchy, layered drones of “Dream Theory” are both haunted and indeterminate.
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