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Yume Bitsu - The Golden Vessyl Of Sound album flac Performer: Yume Bitsu
Title: The Golden Vessyl Of Sound
Style: Space Rock, Experimental
Released: 2002
Country: US
MP3 album: 1509 mb
FLAC album: 1515 mb
Rating: 4.5
Other formats: VOX MPC AUD WAV VOC MP3 DMF
Genre: Rock

As such, Yume Bitsu would prefer I refer to the sound that appears when I hit play and then press my CD player's "forward button" twice as "Song Three", but I'd like to title this gorgeous snippet "We'll Be Together". These are the words Forkner harmonizes with himself, sounding something like Doug Martsch after a really good night's sleep. It's such a simple song, with the chiming Galaxie 500-esque guitars swaying between two chords and the aching purity of the layered vocal

Album · 2002 · 9 Songs. Giant Surface Music Falling to Earth Like Jewels from the Sky. 2001. See All. Fleet Foxes.

Sonically, Yume Bitsu has always been a hard band to pin down. Traversing across celestial landscapes imbued with drifting, lilting sheets of ambient guitars, keyboard driven astral landscapes, in-your-face wall of fuzz and occasional harmonious soaring voice, Yume Bitsu effortlessly shift from one end of the psychedelic musical spectrum to the other, with surprisingly successful effect. Yume Bitsu’s process of creation, as it has developed over the last 7 years, is as intriguing as the music it creates. Mind expansion is in full effect as Yume Bitsu unveils their crowning psychedelic crown jewel, The Golden Vessyl of Sound. If that isn’t enough, Yume Bitsu officially announce the creation of THE VESSYL COLLECTIVE, a loose-knit group of like-minded, psychedelically tinged bands that span the continental United States.

THE GOLDEN VESSYL OF SOUND-2002 Yume Bitsu, one of the most evocative and accomplished band labeled under the(as usual restrictive,as for any rock sub-category) frame of "post-rock". Out there since 1995,Yume Bitsu let their golden vessyl sail in 2002,as their fourth album; the atmosp.

An official announcement from Yume Bitsu: "There are no song titles for this record. Each composition was created as improvised or barely structured music throughout their development as recordings and it feels wrong and contrived to think of words to fit them now. We have chosen to let them stand nude as sonic experiences without, and beyond, the boundaries of the written word. The first song, therefore would be 'Song One', the second 'Song Two' and so o.

Golden Vessyl of Sound. None of the songs on Golden Vessyl of Sound have titles - Yume Bitsu created the tracks out of improvisations, fragments, and barely structured pieces, and the band felt that it would seem contrived to create titles in retrospect. It's fitting, because the resulting album is hardly something that can be broken down into simple songs.

1. (00:00:00) Yume Bitsu - - Song One. 2. (00:05:35) Yume Bitsu - - Song Two. 3. (00:02:03) Yume Bitsu - - Song Three.

Tracklist Hide Credits

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A1 Song One
Drums – Jason AndersonKeyboards – Alex Bundy
8:20
A2 Song Two
Guitar – Alex Bundy
5:35
A3 Song Three
Keyboards – Alex Bundy
2:03
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B1 Song Four
Keyboards – Alex Bundy
8:45
B2 Song Five
Drums – Jason AndersonKeyboards – Alex Bundy
7:09
B3 Song Six 4:07
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C1 Song Seven
Alto Clarinet – McCloud*Guitar – Jason AndersonKeyboards – Alex BundyTrombone – Daniel Eaton
18:13
C2 Song Eight
Keyboards – Alex Bundy
8:02
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D Song Nine
Keyboards – Alex BundyRecorded By – Chris Bellew
22:40

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Dub Narcotic Studio

Credits

  • Artwork, Design – Adam*, Franz*, Johannah Goldstein
  • Band [Yume Bitsu Is] – Adam Forkner, Franz Prichard
  • Liner Notes [The Ancient Dryystonian Tale "The Moth Flames Of Ruin And The City In The Sky" Transmitted Through] – Franz Prichard
  • Mastered By [Uncredited] – Wade Chamberlain
  • Recorded By – Adam Forkner

Notes

Recorded at Dub Narcotic High-Technology No-Vibration Sound Labs in the fall of 2001
Side D recorded live in Oakland, CA 1/10/02 on to digital audio tape

An official announcement from Yume Bitsu:
"There are no song titles for this record. Each composition was created as improvised or barely structured music throughout their development as recordings and it feels wrong and contrived to think of words to fit them now. We have chosen to let them stand nude as sonic experiences without, and beyond, the boundaries of the written word. We suggest that you address the songs as you would if you never knew the title. The first song, therefore would be 'Song One', the second 'Song Two' and so on."

The track order on the LP varies from the CD version:
A1 = CD-1
A2 = CD-2
A3 = CD-3
B1a = CD-4
B1b = CD-5
B2 = CD-7
B3 = CD-8
C1 = CD-6
C2 = CD-9
D does not appear on CD version.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): KLP 137-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): KLP 137-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Side C): KLP 137-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Side D): KLP 137-D

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
KLP 137 Yume Bitsu The Golden Vessyl Of Sound ‎(CD, Album) K KLP 137 US 2002
KLP 137 Yume Bitsu The Golden Vessyl Of Sound ‎(CD, Album) K KLP 137 US 2002
KLP 137 Yume Bitsu The Golden Vessyl Of Sound ‎(CD, Album, Promo) K KLP 137 US 2002