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John Cale - Sun Blindness Music (2001)

21-03-2015, 10:45
Rock | Electronic | FLAC / APE

John Cale - Sun Blindness Music (2001)

Artist: John Cale
Album: Sun Blindness Music
Released: 2001
Label: Table Of The Elements
Genre: Electronic, Rock, Avant-Garde, Minimal, Drone
Quality: FLAC
Bitrate: Lossless
Total Size: 325 MB
WebSite: discogs


01. Sun Blindness Music
02. Summer Heat
03. The Second Fortress

New York in the 1960s: Sun Blindness Music, better known as Sun Blindness Music, is an album by John Cale released in 2001. It is the first of a loose anthology of experimental albums recorded during Cale's tenure with the Theatre of Eternal Music during the mid-1960s. The pieces included on the album were recorded between 1964 and 1966. Albums following in the anthology include the collaborative effort Day Of Niagara, and the Cale compilations Dream Interpretation and Stainless Gamelan. Each song in the trilogy is an exemplar of the burgeoning minimalist music genre, emphasizing atonality, drone, and noise.

With some of the earliest recordings of this music being recorded ten years before Lou Reed's avant garde Metal Machine Music (which itself was credited as a huge influence on noise music and punk), Cale was ahead of his time in many respects. He was not alone in this though - frequent collaborators La Monte Young, Terry Riley, original Velvet Underground drummer Angus Maclise, Tony Conrad, and Marian Zazeela also contributed to the genre. Cale and these artists themselves owed a debt to early 'anti-music' composer John Cage.

These albums were originally in the personal possession of Tony Conrad as part of his tape collection, and were thought lost until discovered and released by the independent record label Table of the Elements.

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