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Untitled - Arthur Russell - Tower Of Meaning (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Arthur Russell Tower Of Meaning Audika. Untitled; Untitled; Untitled; Untitled; Untitled; Untitled; Untitled. LP £; Arthur Russell World Of Echo. CD £ Arthur Russell Love Is Overtaking Me. LPX2 £ Arthur Russell Calling Out Of Context.
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  3. It has been seven years since Audika last issued an album of Arthur Russell material. The wait ends this summer with Corn, nine tracks Russell recorded in and In collaboration with Russell's partner Tom Lee, Audika's Steve Knutson compiled Corn from Arthur's original, completed 1/4" tape masters. Russell himself compiled this material on three separate test pressings - labeled El.
  4. Apr 21,  · The minimalist classical Tower of Meaning is the greatest outlier in Arthur Russell's recorded catalogue: the most uncharacteristic one-off project in a career that is full of .
  5. Audika return to the vast and endless archives of Arthur Russell for a most impressive set of long-lost tunes. Iowa Dream takes up the mantle of Love Is Overtaking Me before it in its exploration of Russell’s vintage songwriting sensibilities, ranging from the country twang of ‘Words Of Love’ and ‘I Never Get Lonesome’, the proto-indie pop of ‘Everybody Everybody’ and ‘You Did.
  6. Apr 28,  · Recorded February Originally released on Chatham Square CLS P&C 20Audika Records LLC under exclusive license from the estate of Arthur Russell/5(43).
  7. *in restock* "Arthur's epic minimalist orchestral composition conducted by the late Julius jarraenibijsnaledepeculsilasa.coinfongly beautiful, mercurial, and moving. The transcendental, ephemeral soundscape originally intended for theatrical performance.
  8. Mar 27,  · Having revisited Slint’s epochal Spiderland LP in last week’s column, our attention turns to one of the most brilliantly anomalous albums of the 80’s and one that marked Arthur Russell’s contribution as among the most challenging and important of the era. Limited to just 1, copies for a rare vinyl reissue on Audika Records, Theo Leanse explores the origins of Russell’s World.

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