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Vernal Equinox Vinyl LP

NdeyaSKU lp-11223

'dreamy, strange, meditative' 1978 debut from NYC avant garde composer + Brian Eno collaborator
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"I arrived in New York on a beautiful spring day in April 1978. I didn't know many people, and I had time on my hands, so I was open to things in a way that I might not have been in a more familiar landscape. I listened to a lot of live music and bought a heap of records. This record fascinated me. It was a dreamy, strange, meditative music that was inflected by Indian, African and South American music, but also seemed located in the lineage of tonal minimalism. It was a music I felt I'd been waiting for. I discovered later, after I met and became friends with Jon, that he referred to his invention as Fourth World Music. We had a lot to talk about." - Brian Eno

  • 1978 debut album from avant-garde musician Jon Hassell
  • black vinyl pressing
  • remastered from the original tapes
  • first time on vinyl since 1978
  • full color reproduction of original artwork with printed inner sleeve
  • liner notes by Brian Eno and Jon Hassell
  • music label: Ndeya 2020
UPC: 5060384617541


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