Sunday, March 30, 2008


This is the first of what I hope to be many posts introducing
the outside world to music I have found to be otherwise unavailable.

First is a record I found in a box upstairs the music department at school.
After watching

yesterday I was feeling somewhat inspired, after smoking a joint
and rummaging through the pile of records I have on my desktop
I found a record I had yet to give a listen to.
After the first note my ears and body were trembling.
This was one of the most touching experiences I have ever had listening to any record.
The sorrow in the death chants, the joy in the love songs.
Everything on this album is truly magnificent
and I am glad to bring it to others ears.

After a long and tedious process ( I now have a much greater respect when people say they ripped something from vinyl, it is a hardship to do this) I scanned the book that came along with it and is attached in the folder.
please any feedback would be amazing.


Alex said...
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Alex said...

This is beautiful. Man, that first track. Wow

Gonzo said...

good god this is very, very beautiful. been looking for some native american traditional music like this for the past 6 months and i couldnt find anything good but now you saved my life. thanks a lot man.

The Irate Pirate said...

thanks! this is a much more diverse collection than most i've come across. very raw, mysterious stuff. reminds me of my days in new mexico

david_grundy said...

fantastic. thanks so much for posting.

T-bag said...

many thanks. this is great.