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Runtime: 39'07''

«Yay! Another new artist here at test tube HQ. Kevin Murphy comes from the U.S. of A. and mainly works around ultra-minimalistic compositions based on drones and electro-acoustic frequencies. The unusual alias he has picked up - The Jack Bohlen Book Club - was probably taken from a Philip K. Dick sci-fi novel called 'Martian Time-Slip', where the main character's name is Jack Bohlen and is a skilled repairmen and recovering schizophrenic. The story takes place on planet Mars around the year 1994. Why would there be a Book Club with his name? I honestly don't know. Perhaps it has something to do with the story coming from a book... Well, maybe Kevin Murphy didn't took his moniker from Philip K. Dick's book but I thought it was cool to put it here as a reference anyway...
As for 'Lion & Lamb', it's a 39 minute two-dimensional drone trip. Not much happening here if you don't appreciate this kind of minimalist compositions. For those who get high with this kind of sound, hell, just crank up the volume and trip your way into mars of some other planet! Get this!

P.S. - By the way, Kevin has a Jack Bohlen Book Club LP on Experimedia. Check it out.» - Pedro Leitão

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01 • Lion & Lamb ............................................................................ pt us
  [39'07'' • 53,4Mb • ABR]
  • artwork ................................................................................... pt  
  [PDF-Zip • 3,94Mb]    
  • all tracks + artwork ................................................................ pt us
  [Zip • 56,1Mb]    

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