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Wo-Land

WO-LAND

Warmly recommended, wildly diverse showcase by this collective based in north-west Italy. Mass Prod from Werk is here, and faces from the Marmo contingent, alongside a flush of new names. Fresh and provocative.



Bruno Nicolai Processo
From vampire horrotica: the Morricone cohort's tense harpsichord for Il Conte Dracula (with Christopher Lee and Klaus Kinski), and Roger Roger's swooping dreamscape theme crossing Theremin and bowed saw.



Vangelis Katsoulis The Sleeping Beauties: A Collection Of Early And Unreleased Works
Late-80s new-age stuff for TV, and plenty from the Slipping Beauty LP, with (it says here) echoes of Schulze and Eno in its synthy melancholia and ambient introspection, plus early Larry Heard, Reichian minimalism....






Miles Davis Lift To The Scaffold
His piercingly atmospheric soundtrack to this film featuring the one and only Jeanne Moreau. A neglected Miles, with some of his most affective playing. Highly recommended.








Alice Coltrane Eternity
Trying out new ideas after leaving Impulse! in 1975, by turns deploying Wurlitzer, Rhodes and harp, and Charlie Haden and Ben Riley, percussionists, and an orchestra. (There's a Stravinsky.) 180g LP, Japanese CD.