Black Sun Ensemble | Live At Kxci

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Live At Kxci

by Black Sun Ensemble

The night before September II 2001, Black Sun Ensemble were the featured artists on Tucson Community Radio station KXCI 91.3FM "Locals Only" program. The show was performed for a live, on-air broadcast. Jason Lavelle hosts.
Genre: Rock: Avant-Prog
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1. Interview, Pt. I
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2. Captain Wormwood
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3. Interview, Pt. II
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1:49 album only
4. Loki's Monstrous Brood
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6:41 $0.99
5. Interview, Pt. III
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1:01 album only
6. Hymn of the Master
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5:35 $0.99
7. Interview, Pt. IV
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1:23 album only
8. 669
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5:09 $0.99
9. Lamp Lady Vision
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10. Song for Precious
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11. Interview, Pt. V
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Album Notes
BSE through their various different incarnations have had two things in common – the first is Jesus Acedo, the second is that they make music that is impossible to put into words because it sounds like nothing else on earth. This latest release is no exception. It contains mostly instrumental tracks from the last studio CD – “Hymn of the Master” – with the addition of a new track “Loki’s Monster’s Brood”. The sound is more raw and cutting than the studio album, somehow sounding more powerful and dense. The jammed out version of “Captain Wormwood” being the highlight for me – a long swirling instrumental with a subtly dissonant edge. The new track “Loki’s Monster’s Brood” comes a close second – another edgy instrumental with snaking guitar and sax. A couple of the tracks have vocals on and I wasn’t really sure about Jesus’s vocals at first – but the sheer strangeness kind of draws you into the music. In short I can’t recommend this CD enough … it has been on the portable CD player in my car pretty much constantly for the last month. If you haven’t heard the Black Sun Ensemble before, this is as good an introduction as you’ll get – the music ranges from the aural onslaught of the opening track to the beautiful calm of the closing “Song For Precious”. If you are familiar with the BSE then you’ll already guess that this is fantastic and don’t need me to recommend it! Keep plucking those acoustic peacock feathers Jesus. (


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