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Glossolalia

Blaine ReiningerAudio CD

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1. Throatsinging
2. Glossolalia
3. No Need to Move the Camera
4. Lemonaki
5. Ici Salvador Dali
6. Hank and Audrey
7. Lunar Rose Oubliette
8. Cowboy Elektra
9. Drippy
10. Dance in Your Blood
11. Ich Will Musik
12. Look Like a Rube

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This is the debut release from the brand-new Still side-label, Off. Blaine L. Reininger is an American composer and performer born in 1953 in Pueblo Colorado. In 1977, he started the legendary American cult band Tuxedomoon together with Steven Brown in San Francisco. Over the course of the next 26 years, many artistic collaborations took place and many CDs were recorded. These collaborations, while mostly musical in nature, often moved into other fields such as dance, theatre and film. Since 1998, Reininger has been living in Athens, Greece, where Glossolalia was born. The title of the album is defined as tongue language, fabricated and nonmeaningful speech, especially associated with trance. This is Blaine's first solo album since 1999, and his best ever. Close your eyes and travel through old black & white Italian and Greek movies frm the 60's, or cross the ocean and feel the colors and the heat of Mexico. A musical jouney that is magic for the ears.

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