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Loop Guru — Sheikh
Album: Amrita
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Released: 1995
Length: 3:58
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Am I the only one who thinks the cover art looks like a bit like a lady's "down below" portions after a "full wax"?
trekhead wrote:
SHEIKH? Sounds like someone shook 'em too hard.
:Thud: That was the sound of a joke falling flat, ladies and gentlemen. Don't let this happen to you.
Ah well, it all goes towards musical education, I suppose at least they're doing it instead of talking about doing it. Although a part of me wishes they'd stuck to the 'planning' stage :cowboy:
My complaint about this sort of music is that it probably may work in some places, under certain circumstances, but listening to it at home I wonder when they start to make a song or something like that out of the existing ingredients, after some time (which doesn't happen). But off course I'm not a loop guru, let alone a Japanese soup warrior :wink:
8) Bulgarian voices, Indian sitars & some 'epic' horns... drum track could've used a bit more variation.
SHEIKH? Sounds like someone shook 'em too hard.
daidavies wrote:
wanted to like this but didnt feel it went anywhere. just circles
What do you expect from a "Loop" Guru?
Japanese Soup Warriors. Hmm. Do they fight against soup? Fight using soup? Or do they fight for soup? Are they soup? Such unanswered questions may haunt mankind forever...
daidavies wrote:
wanted to like this but didnt feel it went anywhere. just circles
ditto. not very interesting past the first 30seconds or so.
wanted to like this but didnt feel it went anywhere. just circles
Excellent choice. I love it when you add an international touch to the rotation. Thanks.