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Flowers of Evil
CD $18.75

08/25/2023 807510010136 


***Looking for an American Delia Derbyshire? you might consider RUTH WHITE—who for man is the queen of early electronica. Her sounds were unique in their dark, experimental glory. Though Ruth White stated herself that she never tried to make creepy music, nonetheless, she did just that — "just to show what her equipment could do.” White's entire discography is an excellent choice for those interested in exploring the history of electronic music. Flowers of Evil is an electronic setting of the poems of Charles Baudelaire composed and realized by Ruth White in 1969, with the Moog synthesizer providing a grim, haunting backdrop. "An electronic music setting for the poems of Baudelaire utilizing the human voice (her own) as an instrument, represented to Paul Eberle in the Los Angeles Free Press, “…an important step in the evolution of music.” Includes insert booklet with poems.

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