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30 11 2020

Keiji Haino info

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Keiji Haino / Who knew that so many blues should reside here too...by Keiji Haino

An’archives:
https://japanarchives-mailorder.com/2020/11/27/keiji-haino-cd-who-knew/

bandcamp:
https://kolo-music.bandcamp.com/album/who-knew-that-so-many-blues-should-reside-here-too-by-keiji-haino

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26 11 2020

Keiji Haino info

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AVAILABLE NOW:
Keiji Haino / Who knew that so many blues should reside here too...by Keiji Haino

HP:http://music-reference.net/keijihaino-plays-gamelan_en

bandcamp:https://kolo-music.bandcamp.com/album/who-knew-that-so-many-blues-should-reside-here-too-by-keiji-haino
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20 11 2020

Keiji Haino : 'Who knew that so many blues should reside here too... by Keiji Haino'

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We, Music of New Reference and Hören, have directed and produced Keiji Haino's new album.

Keiji Haino : 'Who knew that so many blues should reside here too... by Keiji Haino'

"Metallic tones struck or stroked, while Haino wraith-like surf-rides the rising and receding waves of tonal decay he’s just generated. Close up, Haino’s sound choices now appear far less tentative. They’re intuitive, sure, but in the act of repeat listening the music feels that much more composed, with Haino spontaneously improvising ways to realise it, like the creator had a masterplan all along."

BIBA KOPF [a.k.a. Chris Bohn:Wire]
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