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Friday

MORNING DAWNING


The Creatures’ first full-length album (released 15th May 1983) is a revelation. It was recorded in Hawaii, and is environmental in terms of place: It drips with sex, humidity, narcotics and ritual; but is timeless. This is due in no small part to the mainly acoustic instrumentation, which is stripped down to drums, percussion, marimba and Siouxsie’s voice, all reverbed and processed to give the dense, trippy effect. No guitars are used and it sounds unlike anything anyone else was doing in 1983. The cover says much about this record. This is psychedelia of the truly shamanic variety: no gnomes or daisy-chains here! Much of the feel is of a crazed Hawaiian night-time beach party attended by William Burroughs and Dr. John at which strange, spiked cocktails are being served, whilst magical rituals are performed.

Ripped from the original vinyl album released in 1983 to MP3 @ 320kbps

  Track listing:
1. Morning Dawn
2. Inoa' Ole
3. Ice House
4. Dancing on Glass
5. Gecko
6. Sky Train
7. Festival of Colours
8. Miss the Girl / A Strutting Rooster
9. Flesh

2 comments:

  1. Hello Andie Aid00 Here; Your On My Blog List

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  2. A pity - the link is not working anymore - a brilliant album

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