Bandas Sonoras En Busca De Pelicula
Grabaciones Accidentales (Spain) 1988
sleeve : VG+(RW, TEOC, wear on edge and corner, slightly dirts.)
media : VG+/EX-(some slightly surface noises caused by light hairlines.)
This was featured in the guidebook OBSCURE SOUND REVISED EDITION. First solo album by Luis Lozano, released in 1988 on Grabaciones Accidentales, a major independent label in Madrid, Spain. Co-produced with Luis Delgado, an important figure in the Spanish experimental/new age scene. A1 is a fusion of comical and avant-garde music similar to Akira Sakata's Wha-ha-ha, A2 mixes deep synth drones and church organ music like new age electronics, and A3 is a melancholic swaying electric piano and wood bass. A5, a sophisticated music with melancholic electric piano and wood bass, and B4, an extremely simple and minimalistic design with dreamy electronic sounds that shows a lot of Erik Sati's influence. This experimental music piece is a collage of various elements from Spanish traditional/folk and popular music, classical music, chamber music, etc., using electronic instruments and live electronics. The idea is similar to Sweden's Ralph Lundsten.