Saturday, September 28, 2013

Sam Rosenthal - Before the Buildings Fell (1986)

Sam Rosenthal is the founder of Black Tape for a Blue Girl, a band whose brilliant, gothic, ethereal sorrow frequently is compromised by dubiously enjoyable excursions into "sexy," pseudo-Eastern themes. Before the Buildings Fell, an excellent instrumental solo album recorded in his college dorm room, is built on arpeggiating synths and the same type of drifting, narcotized sounds that he'd explore more fully with the formation of BTFABG less than a year after the album's release.

If you like this, check out:
Richard Pinhas - Rhizosphere
Software - Chip-Meditation + Electronic-Universe I

Track listing:
1. Kathryn
2. Diversion
3. Resolution
4. The Room
5. Jane
6. Leading to the Edge
7. Before the Buildings Fell
8. Fragments of Benediction
9. The Amber Girl

Again, to drift

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