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✨✧ SyrinxTumblers From The Vault – 1970 to 1972 (Syrinx/Long Lost Relatives/bonus tracks) ... CD
RVNG, Early 70s. New Copy 2CD ... Out Of Stock
The complete document of the amazing Syrinx – a very trippy Canadian group whose use of electronics was years ahead of its time! These guys are neither proggy nor noisy – and instead use a range of keyboards and analogue sythesizers in these wonderfully varied styles – sometimes almost sonic poetry, sometimes a bit more in the spatial modes of the Pierre Henry generation – but never with as much darkness or obtuse qualities to their work. Instead, these guys are more "everyman" in their sound – yet without some of the more self-indulgent or overdone sounds of some of their contemporaries on their instruments – almost hinting at the more reflective space of new age electronics to come, but never with the same sort of sleepy or meditative elements. And while these guys labored alone in Canada in the early 70s, hardly ever getting any recognition on this side of the border, this lavish package should finally have many waking up to their genius – as it presents both of their full albums, Syrinx and Long Lost Relatives, plus detailed notes, and a full disc of rare unreleased material too. Titles include "Better Deaf & Dumb From The First", "December Angel", "Tumblers To The Vault", "Field Hymn", "Chant For Your Dragon King", "Appaloosa Pegasus", "Father Of Light", "Hollywood Dream Trip", "Stringspace Live", and "Melina's Torch (solo)". (Rock, Out Sound) CD

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