Tuesday, June 23, 2009

John Sase - Aessence (us 1975)

John Sase - Aessence (us 1975 dreamy acid folk)

Tracklist:
01. Zothique
02. Winter Song
03. Industrial Age
04. Laughing and Free
05. Only A Play
06. Get It Together
07. King Alfred
08. Grand Illusion
09. Silver Winter's Morn

Total Time : 29'35"

Great dreamy acid folky psych LP released in limited 300 copies circulation in 1985 although it was recorded in 1975.Great LP utilizing a plethora of intruments including String Bass, Nylon String Guitar, Indian Bells, Hand Percussion, Noseflute and Harmonica with deep vibe.Similar to Arthur Lee Harper, Bobb Trimble, Bill Clint, and the likes ....
~ by mutantsounds.
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Rare and excellent private press Acid folk album out of Detroit. This was recorded in 1975 but only released for the first time in 1985 in this limited edition of 300 numbered copies, signed by John Sase; Musically this is introspective downer/Loner acid-folk with a great tapestry of intstruments including string Bass, Nylon string guitar, Indian Bells, Hand percussion, Nose-flute and harmonica. Comes in a nice home-made style silkscreen with pasted-on photograph.
~ by sychmusic.com.
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AESSENCE (Detroit, MI) "Aessence" 1985 (Freezer) [insert; 300#d]
Hippie folk and singer/songwriter sounds with artistic ambitions and a slightly refined air, but like so many others in the genre damaged by unconvincing vocals. The Joseph Pusey LP is a more successful exploration of a similar trajectory. John Sase is the name of the artist, and the LP features a wide variety of instruments. Recorded in 1975, which is why it is included here.
~ by lysergia_2.tripod.com.

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5 comments:

Arky Barky said...

album was recorded in 1985 at Vibe Recording in Ferndale Mi.it was NOT recorded in 1975.What is the basis of this incorrect data?

Arky Barky said...

the three comments so far are ALL WRONG about the recording date which was 1985.Im trying to reach these people to have this corrected but am unable to find links that will let me contact or at least comment on their sites to have this corrected.any help in this will be greatly appreciated by the original studio (Vibe Recording-Ferndale Mi.USA)where this was recorded in 1985.Thank you for your attention to this.

Arky Barky said...

this album was recorded in Ferndale MI USA at Vibe Recording in 1985 not when you say.We ask everyone to please update your blogs. the songs were composed in the mid 70s but not recorded until 1985.two four-track decks were used not six track units as Mr.Sase incorrectly remembers.

Anonymous said...

This album was recorded at Vibe Recording in Ferndale Mi.USA in 1985 using two four track decks. Would you correct the misinformation posted as it was NOT a '70s recording (although it was written in the 1970s).

Arky Barky1 said...

AESSENCE INCORRECTIONS
1 sychmusic.com.
2 lysergia_2.tripod.com
3 mutantsounds
4 http://vi.sualize.us/
5 http://3.bp.blogspot.com/
6support@mirrorcreator.com
This album was recorded at Vibe Recording in Ferndale Mi.USA in 1985 using two four track decks. Would you correct the misinformation posted as it was NOT a '70s recording (although it was written in the 1970s).