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4.0 out of 5 stars WALL OF WATER WATERFALL
Field recordings of waterfalls crashing onto rocks. Elemental, extreme, overwhelming and surprisingly good.
A bold artistic statement and sonic photograph. Disciplined listening required.
The full album 1 track 39 min.
Published 21 months ago by TUBEWAY

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2.0 out of 5 stars Good for trainspotters.
Starts off very interestingly for about 5 minutes. Then it all goes horribly, horribly and pointlessly wrong for about 30 minutes. A 30 minutes you can recreate by sticking your head out a fast-moving train window for half an hour. I seriously thought the recording was duff about 25 minutes in because it really started to get tedious and I thought "there's no way...
Published 8 months ago by T.C.


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4.0 out of 5 stars WALL OF WATER WATERFALL, 3 July 2013
This review is from: Kataract (MP3 Download)
Field recordings of waterfalls crashing onto rocks. Elemental, extreme, overwhelming and surprisingly good.
A bold artistic statement and sonic photograph. Disciplined listening required.
The full album 1 track 39 min.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Good for trainspotters., 1 Aug. 2014
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Starts off very interestingly for about 5 minutes. Then it all goes horribly, horribly and pointlessly wrong for about 30 minutes. A 30 minutes you can recreate by sticking your head out a fast-moving train window for half an hour. I seriously thought the recording was duff about 25 minutes in because it really started to get tedious and I thought "there's no way anyone would be pretentious enough to pass this off as "creative muse"". Then the train window closed and it got "reasonably" good again. On the whole - it's directionless and I have no idea what the artist was trying to achieve with the "30 minutes of train window." The rest was ok though - just skip the half hour o' doom™.
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