MATRIXSYNTH: Popol Vuh Beat Club 1971

Thursday, May 18, 2006

Popol Vuh Beat Club 1971



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"It's time to freak out with some glacial soundscapes from Popol Vuh (florian) on the beat club television show, 1971"

Update via james in the comments:

"Very nice. Sadly, Florian Fricke passed away in late December, 2001.

Here's one of the few interviews you're likely to find:

http://www.eurock.com/features/florian.aspx"

Update via James Anderson in the comments:
"just to let others know...

a bunch of popol vuh's cds,
mainly soundtracks I believe, have been re-released on the cd format in the past couple of weeks.

I work at a record store and have wanted to know what it sounded like. thanks Matrix! "

You're welcome! BTW, to my surprise Yahoo! Unlimitted actually has them including their early stuff. I'm listening to it now. I love Yahoo! Unlimitted. I pay 5 bucks a month and get access to all this stuff. And no, I have no affiliation with them. I just like the service and don't want it to go away. : ) They have 19 Popol Vuh CDs. These alone would pay for the subscription. Think about that... I also get to check out Christopher Randall's music of Analog Industries (Sister Machine Gun and Micronaut)! Alright, off of my soapbox.

3 comments:

  1. beutifull vids . thank you matrix.

    Is that a moog modular? he makes it sound very exotic :-)

    trobly1000

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  2. Very nice. Sadly, Florian Fricke passed away in late December, 2001.

    Here's one of the few interviews you're likely to find:

    http://www.eurock.com/features/florian.aspx

    ReplyDelete
  3. just to let others know...

    a bunch of popol vuh's cds,
    mainly soundtracks I believe, have been re-released on the cd format in the past couple of weeks.

    I work at a record store and have wanted to know what it sounded like. thanks Matrix!

    ReplyDelete

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