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Borbetomagus - Songs Our Mother Taught Us album flac Performer: Borbetomagus
Title: Songs Our Mother Taught Us
Style: Noise, Free Improvisation
Released: 2003
MP3 album: 1595 mb
FLAC album: 1600 mb
Rating: 4.6
Genre: Jazz

For over two decades, Borbetomagus have raised the mantle on intense improvisational sound parameters into one of the most unique sound configurations heard on planet earth. Heavy noise, deeply coiled feedback manipulation, hair-raising electronic squeal and the ultimate in air propulsion explosiveness, all initiated by humans.

Sauter and Dietrich have also recorded a duo album and a collaborative album with Sonic Youth guitarist Thurston Moore. Borbetomagus refers to the Celtic origin of the German city of Worms. Songs Our Mother Taught Us (Agaric 1995). Both Noise Ends Burning (Les Disques Victo 2007) with Hijokaidan. Borbetomagus à Go Go (Agaric 1997).

Songs Our Mother Taught Us Jazz Related Improv/Composition 2003. Borbetomagus & Hijokaidan : Both Noises End Burning Jazz Related Improv/Composition 2007.

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Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Aftershock 11:08
2 Songs Our Mother Taught Us
Recorded By – Tim Fletcher
3 After Aftershock 7:45

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Creative Improvised Music Productions
  • Recorded At – The Spitz
  • Recorded At – The 13th Note


  • Cover – Ton Homburg
  • Guitar – Donald Miller
  • Photography By – Wild Don Lewis*
  • Saxophone – Don Dietrich, Jim Sauter


Track 1 - The 13th Note, Glasgow April 18, 1999
Track 2 - The Spitz, London April 21, 1999
Mastering at Creative Improvised Music Projects Redwood, New York.

The track times given for 1 and 3 on the back cover are wrong

Special thanks to the following people who helped make the tour a great success.

Ed Baxter
The London Musicians' Collective

Laurent Berger Sebastien Borgo
Remy Bux

Sun Plexus & Non Mi Place Record

Neil Campbell Mike Dando
Termite Club

David Keenan

Andy Guhl Norbert Moslang
Voice Crack

Marino Pliakas
ISCM Zurich/CH

Sandro Widmer
Reithalle Bern