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Música Dispersa


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Musica Dispersa joined in Barcelona in 1970, when they recorded their only album, published by Diabolo (reedited in 1979 by Edigsa), in which they developed a really avant-garde music, with hypnotic rhythms, eastern influences, and sensual voices (Selene) producing onomatopoetic sounds that transport you to another dimension. They had a very short life, round to one year. Their main composer was “El Cachas” from Madrid and among the members was a young Jaume Sisa, that was then an institution in the Catalan music. I can state that their record was one of the best in that time (if not the best) and of course the most original and experimental one. - Orlando Iglesias (The Spanish Progressive Rock Encyclopedia)
New, nice digipack reissue of this fantastic ‘71 album, probably the best Spanish folk-psych album ever. Acid folk in typical UK 70’s style, with traces to Incredible String Band but in a more experimental way. This edition features many unseen photos. (CD Euroxpres)

The album of Musica Dispersa is really different to any other thing, and even if one listens to it today it’s difficult to realize whether one is listening to a masterpiece of art or to a silly thing with no other purpose. It’s a mostly acoustic recording and utilizes the voices like one instrument more, no lyrics are sung.


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