Picc-a-Dilly (US) 2014
PIC 3515 (LP) sleeve : EX(wear on corner.)
media : EX-/EX(some slightly surface noises. side A has one slightly hairline that does not affect to sounds. A2 has some light noises caused by one very small scratch.)
This is the 2014 reissue of Eternal Now, an album recorded by Don Cherry, who came to Sweden from the United States in 1973 with Bengt Berger, Bernt Rosengren, Agneta Ehrnstrom, and other Nordic musicians. The title has been changed to "Tibet," which is a mystery, but aside from that, the album features A1, a meditative music with an alien sound of Indian flute and tibetan bells, A2, an oriental melody with the sound of the taragot, a Romanian folk wind instrument, and A3, a simple melody on harmonium and an indigenous percussion rhythm that makes you want to start dancing. B1, in which Don Cherry sings like a Buddhist sutra over a simple harmonium melody and indigenous percussion rhythms that make you want to dance, and B2, which is completely Tibetan esoteric music, are all 100% oriental ethnic-oriented masterpieces. It is nothing but the best.
A1: Gamla Stan
B1: Moving Pictures for the Ear