Tag Archives: Zeuhl

Pienza Ethnorkestra – Indiens d’Europe

Let’s start with hurdy gurdy. It’s a medieval music instrument that is basically made of a lyre, a crank and some buttons. You might occasionally find it in museums and even less frequently used by quaint artists. I have learned … Continue reading

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Unit Wail

I don’t know what’s going on with these French bands, I just can’t get them of my mind. My last year’s in-depth study of Soleil Zeuhl catalogue has given me so much material that even though I’ve moved on to … Continue reading

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Corima – Quetzalcoatl

How do you start a review of a great album? Do you just pour it out in the firs sentence or cover your true feelings and reveal them in time? Well, I’d like to do the later, but I can’t. … Continue reading

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Eskaton – 4 Visions

I often say that music is like a parallel universe – it reflects everything that happens in ours. More specifically I imagine it as a projection, like in a holographic principle. Everything we experience has it’s reflection in it. Everything, … Continue reading

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