Material from what is believed to have been the very first Amalgamated recording session, done very late at night in the late summer or fall of 2004. Recorded then on 4 track cassette, and edited via computer technology over year 2012.
The vital weekly review below describes it pretty well, and you can listen, too.
We have 10 copies available.
Music by Amalagamated we reviewed before (Vital Weekly 857 and 842) and as far as I know this group recorded music quite some years ago, but for whatever reason is released now. The group may or may not consist of the following people Cory Bengtsen (Rebekah's Tape on sampler, keyboards, saxophone, turntable), Bob Newell (of Headless Ballerinas Underwater on sampler, keyboards, percussion, drum machine), Mike Richards (also of Rebekah's Tape, but also the man behind Makeshift Music and Intangible Cat on guitars, effects drums, percussion, keyboards and tapes), Phil Klampe (of Homogenized Terrestrials on keyboards and sampler) and D. Petri & Gus Kumo on editing and mixing. But none are mentioned as such on the cover of this new release. I quite enjoyed their previous two 3" CDR releases, and this new one (recorded in 2004) is no different. A fine mixture of psychedelic music, tripping on sunshine, bits of musique concrete mixed with cosmic drones and here for the first time longer pieces - hey maybe even a piece per twenty minute side - it's hard to say. Here Amalgamated has the feeling of a live band rather than the clever doodling of samplers connected through midi. These are the grandchildren of Nurse With Wound in their best krautrock phase(s). -(FdW) Vital Weekly
44 min. Cassette released by Cave Recordings.
Shipping is expensive. Especially overseas. For U.S./Canada orders we include shipping/handling, and for overseas orders we ask that you add the $10 shipping fee to the items you choose to purchase. It works best to order more than one item if you are ordering from overseas.
$8.00 ppd US/Canada:
$10.00 overseas shipping: