AMBIENT · INDUSTRIAL · EXPERIMENTAL
independent label · music production
Morgan Guberman | Chuck Ehlis
Jun 2001 · 3 Tracks · 66:00 Min.
CD FMA 0012
These both excellent freestylers from Oakland/USA improvise in a lively interplay with slide-guitar, bass, voices and selfmade instruments. Impressive creative, no fastfood. Reminds at some parts on ambient soundscapes of Brian Eno.
1.Worm Holes 26:21, 2.Whale Watch 20:27, 3.Skates and Rays 19:02;
Recorded live to DAT December 1997.
Performed and produced by Morgan Guberman and Chuck Ehlis.
Morgan Guberman: bass, loops, voice
Chuck Ehlis: guitars, loops, gadgets
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- Morgan Guberman in music magazine InMusic
... Guberman and Ehlis created extreme wide and unpredictable soundscapes which are based on unusual turns and elements of surprise in their music. Gently and almost with blind understanding Guberman and Ehlis give impulses and build-up a kind of exceptional soundscapes. (INMUSIC 7/01)
... if this album had Bill Laswell's name on it, you can bet you'd already have heard of it. (PARIS TRANSATLANTIC MAGAZINE 5/03)
... exotic zoology isn't just extremely ambient, it's extremely interesting. (THE KETTLE BLACK 8/01)
... it's an album made for gourmets who prefer exotic unusual music. It's not the kind of lovely new age. (CDBABY 7/01)
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