Album of the music by Igor Ogogo based on the paintings of Ron Linden. Igor Ogogo is one of the most diverse musician/composer in modern music. Looking at the interrelationship of Classical Avant-Garde and Jazz, or Experimental Rock music, or improvising live with Japanese Sitar(!) player Riko Tanaka, Igor methodically explored borders of musical styles and interconnections of various art forms. In Ogogo-Linden album, Igor creates musical impressions of Ron Linden's paintings preserving the original titles of the works (Mussorgsky's Pictures At The Exhibition comes to mind), and also adding his own, darker, twist in combining Eroscope and Eye Spring into one work (apparently Charles Ives' influence), and remaking Pidgin to fit compilation request from TRX Records (Aphex Twin stirred). The outcome is approximating an acid trip, even the strangest one, like one to Saturn to meet Sun Ra. Album recorded and mixed at Peacock Studio, Los Angeles. Comes with a 16 page booklet of reproductions of original paintings. All compositions written by Igor (ASCAP) 'It is disturbing, uncompromising, well executed and produced, in-your-face avant garde music.' Don Campau - KKUP, San Francisco & Radio Marabu, Germany 'A wonderfully angular album of contemporary art-music' Peter J Brown - toxic pete reviews, UK.
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