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May 24, 2010

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illlich

Wow. That's quite beautiful. I too pick up Eastern European LPs whenever I see them, usually lots of "ok" Melodiya/Jugonton/Balkanton releases, rarely anything this transcendent. Reminds me of Les Paul's early multi-tracking recordings too.

Stunt Monkey

It's a lot more echo-drenched than it is reverb-drenched. Definitely a Les Paul influence in that respect.

K.

Sister Irene O'Connors sound engineer got around back in the day.

power sherlock

Do be a dear and give us a bit more will ya? I know it's secret squirrel etc but this is lovely...

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