Farewell

Dear Readers -

It has been over seven years since the Savage Saints uprising. With great regret and after much thought we decided to suspend the activities of the blog. We have asked you about symbolic donation but without any answer. We no longer have the energy and motivation to continue posting. Thank you for all the kind words, comments and activity. Goodbye - Savage Saints Crew

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Mięło ponad 7 lat od powstania Dzikich Świętych. Z wielkim żalem i po wielu przemyśleniach postanowiliśmy zawiesić działalność bloga. Nie mamy już energii ani motywacji do dalszego prowadzenia. Dziękujemy Wam za wszystkie miłe słowa, komentarze i aktywność. Do miłego - Załoga Dzikich Świętych.

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20.2.13

VA - Harmony of the Spheres (1999)


Składanka przygotowana przez wydawnictwo Drunken Fish, na której znaleźli się: Bardo Pond, Flying Saucer Attack, Jessamine, Roy Montgomery, Loren Mazzacane Connors i Charalambides. Wyszedł z tego ciekawy zestaw będący wybiórczym przekrojem psychodelii lat 90-tych w różnych jej odcieniach, jako całość jednak doskonale komponujący się we wspólnej przestrzeni muzycznej.


Originally released as a lavish triple-vinyl box set, 1996's Harmony of the Spheres is the crowning achievement of the decade's revitalized neo-psychedelic spirit. Drunken Fish encouraged such definitive bands as Bardo Pond, Charalambides, Jessamine, and Flying Saucer Attack to bare their lifelong loves of English and German space rock and acid folk and embrace the excesses of inner-mind mapping across sprawling side-long tracks. Bardo Pond's "Sangh Seriatim" revisits the tantalizing, tantric splendor of the same year's Amanita in a whirlwind of deconstructed blues and hallucinatory instrumental entanglement. FSA offers a four-part suite of roadside mirages, dissipating heat-haze folk, and lonesome, lo-fi "rural psychedelia" in the visionary "Since When." Jessamine takes the slow road into analog oscillator heaven with the precarious sleepwalk of "22:30." Guitarist Roy Montgomery rhapsodizes for 20 mesmerizing, mind-expanding minutes on a theme by '60s cult hero Sandy Bull. Volatile peer Loren MazzaCane Connors immolates the agonized and ecstatic blues wraiths he wrenches from the dankest depths of the soul. Charalambides close the superlative, two-disc reissue with the utterly chilling badlands lamentation of "Naked in our Deathskins".

2 komentarze:

A killer compilation that brings me back to the hazy days of the '90s psych revival.

Thanks for posting!

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