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First performed alongside Radiohead's similarly commissioned piece at Brooklyn Academy of Music last October, Ba Ba Ti Ki Di Do forms part of the Cunningham Dance Company's Split Sides programme, wherein the elements of choreography, music, set design, costume and lighting are chosen randomly on the night by the throw of the dice. Ba Ba Ti Ki Di Do contains three separate tracks, respectively 'Ba Ba', 'Ti Ki' and, yes, 'Di Do'. In the spirit of the commission, these were initially written to be played in any order, but, having lived with them, the band like it best when they occur in the sequence presented here.
The artwork incorporates elements of Robert Heishman's set design for Split Sides, as well as Merce's stick-figure notations for choreography. It comes as a special digi-pack CD and one-sided 12-inch that also features an etching from Merce Cunningham on the reverse side.
Definitely one for your collection if you love your soundscapes with plenty of depth and body. This is pure Icelander music at it's peak.Published 23 months ago by Sáss Alæssí
This album is good, but, as a previous reveiwer has said, doesn't sound like Sigur Ros.
However, my friend hated it. Read more
Sigur Rós are a band well known for their strange ways: strange songs and stranger videos. However, it is known to those who have bought Von Brigidi (Sigur Rós' remix... Read morePublished on 4 Sept. 2004 by Hylean
This does not sound like sigur ros, more like boards of canada. Its great to see a band moveing ford and doing something a bit unexspeted. Read morePublished on 4 Sept. 2004 by Mr. D. P. Nolan