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Titolo:
Sagittarian Domain
Interprete:
Oren Ambarchi
Stile:
Krautrock, Avantgarde, Experimental
Rilasciato:
2012
Numero di catalogo:
eMego 144
Paese:
Austria
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1800 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
1289 mb
Etichetta:
Editions Mego

Tracklist


1Sagittarian Domain
2Sagittarian Domain


Versioni


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
EDITIONS mego 144CDOren Ambarchi Sagittarian Domain ‎(CD, Album)Editions MegoEDITIONS mego 144CDAustria2012
noneOren Ambarchi Sagittarian Domain ‎(File, MP3, Album, 320)Editions Megonone2012


Crediti


  • CelloJudith Hamann
  • Guitar, Synthesizer [Moog Bass], Drums, Percussion, Voice, Mixed ByOren Ambarchi
  • Lacquer Cut By [Vinyl Cut By]Rashad Becker
  • Photography ByShunichiro Okada
  • Recorded By [Strings], Mixed ByJoe Talia
  • Recorded By, Mastered ByLachlan Carrick
  • Viola, Arranged By [Strings]James Rushford
  • ViolinElizabeth Welsh


Note


Recorded at Sing Sing, Melbourne May 26, 2011
Strings recorded at Chinatown, Melbourne Oct 11, 2011
Mixed at Chinatown March 7, 2012
Mastered at Moose, Melbourne May 8, 2012
Vinyl cut at Dubplates & Mastering, Berlin, June 2012

Featured in Benedict Andrews' production of "Every Breath", Belvoir St Theatre, Sydney 2012


Aziende


  • Copyright (c) – Editions Mego
  • Published By – Touch Music
  • Recorded At – Sing Sing Studios
  • Recorded At – Chinatown, Melbourne
  • Mixed At – Chinatown, Melbourne
  • Mastered At – Moose Mastering
  • Lacquer Cut At – Dubplates & Mastering


Video



Album


Album 2012 1 Song. Try it Domain by Oren Ambarchi, released 28 August 2012 1. Sagittarian Domain EMEGO 144 For anyone who still associates Oren Ambarchi exclusively with the clipped, bass-heavy tones of solo electric guitar works such as Suspension, this rhythmically churning one-man-band monster of an album-length piece might seem to come out of nowhere. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 7 EUR or more. Sagittarian Domain 33:35. EMEGO 144. Oren Ambarchi born 1969 is an Australian musician. He is a multi-instrumentalist who plays mainly electric guitar and percussion. Oren Ambarchi was born in Sydney to an Iraqi Jewish family. Ambarchi has been performing live since 1986. In the late 1980s he played free jazz in Sydney, originally as a drummer. In an interview with ABC Radio broadcaster, Jon Rose, Ambarchi described how he started playing guitar. Watch the video for Sagittarian Domain from Oren Ambarchi's Sagittarian Domain for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Oren Ambarchi is an electronic guitarist and percussionist, based in Melbourne, Australia, though he was born in Sydney and lived there until the last few years, he has been performing live since 1986. His music often incorporates dro read more. Sagittarian Domain. Oren Ambarchi. Oglon Day. In the Mouth - A Hand. Audience of One. In the Pendulum's Embrace. Sagittarian Domain is an album by Oren Ambarchi released in 2012. This album is rated in the top 19 of albums on . Sagittarian Domain by Oren Ambarchi Year: 2012 Overall rank: 50,308th. Average Rating: 75100 from 2 votes. Oren Ambarchi 'Sagittarian Domain excerpt' eMEGO 144

Recensioni:
  • Gralinda
an excellent thing this. large and monolithic. everything Mr Topp says in his piece [below] from way back in oct 2012. Suffice to say if you happen to think the Faust/Tony Conrad Caroline Records collab OUTSDIE THE DREAM SYNDICATE is a major thing of beauty and genius and want more in the same vein. Well then brothers and sisters this is where you need to come to. highest recommendation, etc and so on.
  • Tejar
The price for this year's most relentless sonic onslaught goes without a doubt to Oren Ambarchi's "Sagittarian Domain". Build around a hypnotic and impossibly muscular drum-rhythm, the sheer force of this hellish juggernaut is awe-inspiring. Anyone brave enough to utter helpless criticism like "Isn't this a bit...monotonous?" will be rightfully silenced by the unstoppable momentum of this beast. It's brilliant. And then, when the remaining few gather for the last stand, this monstrosity will accompany the inexorable march to mankind's final judgement.