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Aksak Maboul - Un Peu De L'ame De Bandits

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Founded in 1977 by Marc Hollander and Vincent Kenis, Aksak Maboul already contained some of the key elements of the Crammed aesthetics: eclecticism, internationalism, deliberate and playful mixing of forms, cultures and genres. Un Peu De L'ame De Bandits (1980) was recorded by a lineup featuring English musicians Fred Frith and Chris Cutler. More intense and "experimental" than their debut, this album's music contains complex, completely written sections as well as totally improvised hardcore ambient pieces, not to mention drum machines, bassoons, sampling before samplers existed, Bulgarian, Pygmy, Polynesian and Delta Blues voices, tango, a Turkish tune, crypto-punk and pseudo-Varese music.

Even the most ambitious moments are infused with Aksak Maboul's customary playfulness: "Tango" for example is based on various existing tangos, the scores of which were cut-up, shuffled and randomly glued back together; the musicians then proceeded to learn the resulting "opus", and actually performed it live in one take; "A Modern Lesson" contains recorded fragments taken from every single other track on the album; the last section of "Cinema" is an improvised impression of a late-night program on Bulgarian radio. Un Peu De L'ame De Bandits'  first reissue on vinyl includes a booklet and previously-unreleased recordings on an accompanying download.

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