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8 thoughts on “ Malay - Jon Hassell - Dream Theory In Malaya (Fourth World Volume Two) (CD, Album)

  1. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Dream Theory In Malaya / Fourth World Volume Two on Discogs/5(5).
  2. Boomkat Product Review: Jon Hassell’s entrancing Dream Theory In Malaya (Fourth World Volume Two) - the follow-up to his seminal Fourth World Vol.1 Possible Musics featuring Brian Eno - sees a much needed reissue, now expanded with a bonus track and available on any format for .
  3. Oct 04,  · The trumpeter and composer Jon Hassell may have titled his fourth album, Dream Theory in Malaya, after Stewart’s paper. But in the notes that /
  4. HASSELL, JON - Dream Theory In Malaya: Fourth World 2 - carswihanighrerateachtoutetesipcent.coinfo Dream Theory In Malaya: Fourth World 2 by Jon Hassell Audio CD $ Only 7 left in stock (more on the way). accompagné d'un tambour de poterie devrait ravir tous les cœurs Hassell. Dream Theory of Malaysia' est l'un des albums d'avant-garde de son époque et rayonne /5(33).
  5. Aug 14,  · “Exotically tuned melodies” inspired by tribal Malaysian dreams. Dream Theory in Malaya: Fourth World Volume Two is being remastered and reissued on vinyl for the first time since its release, by Glitterbeat’s new imprint tak:til.. Read more: Jon Hassell on his seminal ambient work City: Works of Fiction. A follow-up to Hassell’s Fourth World Vol.1 – Possible Musics.
  6. This album Dream Theory In Malaya (I keep wanting to type Dream Theater In Malaya, but that's another story), is the second, and lesser album in the Fourth World series. Like Possible Musics, this one has Jon Hassell playing his eerie electronically treated trumpet over tape loops and percussive carswihanighrerateachtoutetesipcent.coinfounately, this album does not have as much Eno, and has no Percy Jones/5(2).
  7. Jazz album: “Dream Theory In Malaya: Fourth World Volume Two” by Jon Hassell, released in on Glitterbeat. Explore the largest collection of jazz recordings @ All About Jazz.
  8. Dream Theory in Malaya is titled after a paper by visionary anthropologist, Kilton Stewart, who in visited a remarkable highland tribe of Malaysian aborigines, the Senoi, whose happiness and well-being were linked to their morning custom of family dream-telling—where a child's fearful dream of falling was praised as a gift to learn to fly the next night and where a dream-song or dance was taught to a .

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