William S. Burroughs / Bill Laswell - The Western Lands album download
|The Western Lands / Hashisheen||1:31|
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|Words Of Advice For Young People||3:53|
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William S. Burroughs - reading from his classic novel - The Western Lands, the final volume of the trilogy that began with Cities of the Red Night, published in 1981, and The Place of Dead Roads in 1984. Burroughs at his most spiritual, informative and shamanistic, with heavy references to the Egyptian Book of the Dead and Norman Mailer's epic work - Ancient Evenings. Set to the musical soundtrack of Bill Laswell's Material, featuring Indian violin master - L. Shankar, Jamaican drum legend - Sly Dunbar, Senegalese percussionist - Aiyb Dieng and others. A miracle project for sure
Engineer – Chris FlamProducer – Carlos Soul Slinger. Seven Souls (The Secret Name). Engineer, Technician – Robert MussoGuitar – Nicky SkopelitisProducer, Arranged By, Bass, Keyboards, Turntables – Bill LaswellVocals – Alicia Renee. This work revolves around the words and voice of the late William S. Burroughs who died August 2nd, 1997. A2 Engineered at Calcutta Cyber Studio, London, UK.
The Western Lands is a 1987 novel by William S. Burroughs. The final book of the trilogy that begins with Cities of the Red Night (1981) and continues with The Place of Dead Roads (1983), its title refers to the western bank of the Nile River, which in Egyptian mythology is the Land of the Dead.
William S. Burroughs (1914-1997)-guru of the Beat Generation, controversial éminence grise of the international avant-garde, dark prophet, and blackest of black humor satirists-had a range of influence rivaled by few post-World War II writers. His many books include Naked Lunch, Queer, Exterminator!, The Cat Inside, The Western Lands, and Interzone. While William S. Burroughs never makes it clear specifically where or what "The Western Lands" are, what is clear is his hellish vision of the journey there. He relates to us that "All the filth and horror, fear, hate disease and death of human history flows between you and the Western Lands.
Redirected from Seven Souls). Seven Souls is a 1989 album by New York based music group Material. A collaboration with author William S. Burroughs, the album features his narration of passages from his novel The Western Lands (1987) set to musical accompaniment. The album was re-released in 1997 with bonus tracks, three re-mixes that were added to the beginning of the album. In 1998, a new title, The Road to the Western Lands, was issued, composed of new mixes of the tracks.
Bill Laswell - The Seven Souls (5:47) . alvin Singh - The Western Lands (6:36) . J Soul Slinger - The Western Lands (5:09) . pring Heel Jack - The Road To The Western Lands (6:17) . udio Janitor, The - Joan's Haunted Hints At The Gate To The Western Lands (6:37) . ill Laswell - The Seven Souls (The Secret Name). 10:37) . aterial - The Western Lands (A Dangerous Road Mix)(8:31).
The Western Lands A Dangerous Mix The Voice Of William S. Burroughs Soundtrack By Material With Bill Laswell, Tim Simennon, Jan Wobble, Shakar, Foday Musa Suso, Sly Dunbar, Terre Thaemlitz, And Others. 4. Добавлена 1 января 2016 пользователем Boris Britva. Другие песни исполнителя.
Bill Laswell (born February 12, 1955, Salem, Illinois, and raised in Albion, Michigan) is an American bassist, producer and record label owner. Laswell has been involved in hundreds of recordings with many collaborators from all over the world. Laswell's music draws upon many different genres, most notably funk, various world music, jazz, dub and ambient styles. The Western Lands is a 1987 novel by William S. Burroughs, the final book of the trilogy that begins with Cities of the Red Night (1981) and continues with The Place of Dead Roads (1983). The title refers to the western bank of the Nile River, which in Egyptian mythology is the Land of the Dead. Inspired by the Egyptian Book of the Dead, Burroughs explores the after-death state by means of dream scenarios, hallucinatory passages, talismanic magic, occultism, superstition, and his characteristic view of the nature of reality.