Baku Llama | Devour my Evil Dream

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Devour my Evil Dream

by Baku Llama

Dark and dreamy, piano and guitar drum driven progressive jazz/rock in a Badelamenti vein. Soaring, edgy, and sometimes beautiful.
Genre: Avant Garde: Atonal
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1. A Friend of Mine
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2. A Far Cry
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3. Dream Eater
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4. Tragic Mask
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5. Side Two
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6. After the Lullaby
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7. Rapid Eye Movement
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8. Torrential
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9. Falling Awake
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
Now only available as a digital download our "Devour my Evil Dream" was our first attempt at a full on album that we were never quite comfortable with... Some of the tracks we loved were transplanted to our "Official" debut CD "ERIS" (which we are very proud of)This download shows our absolute beginning stages sans bass and vocals. It is the product of spur-of-the-moment musical conversations between percussion, acoustic and electric guitars, and keyboards over a period of several jam sessions. Dark and haunting in tracks like "Tragic Mask" and "Dream Eater," softer and gentler in tracks like "A Far Cry" and "After the Lullaby," the purely instrumental album evokes deep emotions and longing.

Review by "MongoKnowsRecords" at c0ncensus.com:
"Baku Llama evokes deep ancient feelings with their album, 'Devour my Evil Dream'. I like it. I like it a lot. This is the kind of music that Jim Morrison would have grooved a tune to. Primal beats through electronic clouds of time in this pre-trance stream. No vocals here but the "Ungowa U" Singers would have fit right in. Some folks won't get it...others will. baku llama's music is a lesson in lengthening one's attention span, and if you catch the span here it will take you back to places you once had known and perhaps have now forgotten."

Baku Llama's next album, "Eris," introduces vocal tracks to the mix.


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Mongo knows records

it will take you back to places you once had known and perhaps have now forgotte
"Baku Llama evokes deep ancient feelings with their album, 'Devour my Evil Dream'. I like it. I like it a lot. This is the kind of music that Jim Morrison would have grooved a tune to. Primal beats through electronic clouds of time in this pre-trance stream. No vocals here but the "Ungowa U" Singers would have fit right in. Some folks won't get it...others will. baku llama's music is a lesson in lengthening one's attention span, and if you catch the span here it will take you back to places you once had known and perhaps have now forgotten."

Carl M. Nielsen

Different.
You might think you've heard it all. Nothing left to surprise you. You may even be so convinced that you are not listening at all. Then you might think: just some fusion stuff. John McLaughlin did that 30 years ago. Well, try again, and this time listen carefully. It is different. Not at all the usual stuff, not even the usual experimental og freaked out stuff. This is something else. Listen carefully and you may have a refreshing and surprising experience.

Joni


nice work done