Voices

by Kink Gong

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Cybele Cox
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Cybele Cox There's nothing quite like it really. I respond to women's voices and I love the old husky voice of what sounds like a really strong woman/ an elder-- am I projecting? Who can say, but It's really interesting.
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Since the end of the 90s, Laurent Jeanneau, also an integral Sublime Frequencies contributor, has been recording the music of mostly endangered minorities of South East Asia. Alongside his relentless pursue of remote exotic and unpublished musical traditions, he also started creating electronic versions by combining raw recordings with natural sounds, archive material and electronically treated sounds.
For Voices, Laurent based his alternate re-versions around the extensive voice recordings he made on location in the southern regions of Yunnan and Guizhou in China as well as in Sapa, North Vietnam and Phongsaly, Northern Laos.
The compositions contain unedited acoustic recordings, computer modified parts, sound collages and acoustic recordings of people and instruments. All tracks were recorded on location and re-arranged by Laurent Jeanneau in Dali, China.

Special vinyl one time pressing to 500 copies
Cut at Dubplate @ Mastering by Christoph Grote-Beverborg

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released April 22, 2013

Cut at Dubplate @ Mastering by Christoph Grote-Beverborg

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