Henry Flynt | Hillbilly Tape Music

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Hillbilly Tape Music

by Henry Flynt

A classic Electronic Hillbilly Music record, featuring a series of amazing guitar and violin pieces that nearly define the genre.
Genre: Avant Garde: Avant-Americana
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1. Violin Strobe
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2. Guitar Rebop
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3. Telsat Tune
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4. Full Telsat
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5. Jumping Wired
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6. Leather High In A
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7. Leather High In E
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8. S & M Delerium
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Album Notes
The third release in Recorded's groundbreaking archival series on the mind-blowing music of Henry Flynt, inventor of virtuosic electronic hillbilly music and other highly developed and idiosynractic genres. This record deals with Flynt's most "electronic" work to date, but the modern-experimental aspects of Flynt's work are, as always, in the service of deeply rooted ecstatic hillbilly sensibility. Opens with the startling "Violin Strobe" and contains pieces which verge on kryptonite rockabilly and tranced-out shades of Bo Didley. As usual, all completely essential, recently unearthed breathtaking music from one of the most original and driven musical minds of the century. More about Flynt and his philosophy can be found at his web site, http://www.henryflynt.org


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