Scott Ezell | The Death of the World Undone

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The Death of the World Undone

by Scott Ezell

A 33-minute tribal-industrial composition that combines guitar feedback, beercan percussion, bamboo flute, djembe, and cricket songs--recorded on a single reel of 1-inch analog tape.
Genre: Avant Garde: Experimental
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1. The Death of the World Undone (Part 1)
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2. The Death of the World Undone (Part 2)
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3. The Death of the World Undone (Part 3)
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Scott Ezell spent a dozen years living with tribal and traditional peoples in Asia. He has also worked as an underground musician, recording artist, and record producer in international capitals as diverse as Beijing and Barcelona. \"The Death of the World Undone\" combines electric guitar feedback with ambient acoustic instruments in a synthesis of traditional music and experimentation.


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Jens

perfect life soundtrack
on a recent trip to the San Francisco Bay Area for a dance teacher training, this CD was on repeat in my car the entire time, and it provided a perfect soundtrack for a weekend of movement and contemplation, engaging me on an almost subconscious level, with my thoughts and feelings floating on its wavees.