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Harmonitalk

LP (Item 615536) Cache Cache (UK), 1980 — Condition: New Copy
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Mighty weird electronic sounds from Gary Sloan and Clone – an Alaska act from the start of the 80s, working with a really unique mix of styles that includes some electrified harmonica on most tracks! The core sounds are in more familiar electronic territory – Fender Rhodes, Arp, moog, and other keyboards – and the harmonica, which is often processed, turns out to be a surprisingly great fit for these instruments – especially when combined with a vocoder, and some of the album's many special effects! The album's way more than just a novelty set – and has this sublime sound that's surprisingly appealing – both to fans of early 80s electro pop, and to lovers of unusual analogue electronic experiments too. Titles include "Good Indian", "Backporch Blues", "ARR", "Glacier Suite", "Blue Ice", "Together Again", and "Mind Script Copy".  © 1996-2014, Dusty Groove, Inc.


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