Creel Pone

Creel Pone Ruth White “Flowers Of Evil” (USA) CP047 CDr

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Back again after last week’s mishap (don’t ask) with an absolute corker of a Creel Pone - the setting of a set of poems by Charles Baudelaire to electronic instrumentation & vocal treatments, as realized by Ms. Ruth White in mid-1969.

A sampling of any of the included texts should tip you to just how creepy & dark the vibes emanating from within this record are exactly. Ms. White’s possessed monotone-through-echoplex-through-VCLFO’ed-gate throughout is just bone-chilling, her howling synth & noise backdrops so perfectly capturing the “Southern” essence of the text that it’s hard to believe that these poems weren’t conceived in the era they were realized here - the just pre-Altamont “Downer” hippie apex - but in fact in the middle of the 19th century.

Certainly a Creel Pone more on the Psych-end of things, but nonetheless a bizarre and terrifying vision into futures / past-futures that should speak to the inner satanist. Those who felt the “Doomy” waves warping out of the Warner Jepson Creel Pone should follow suit herein.

Back again after last week’s mishap (don’t ask) with an absolute corker of a Creel Pone - the setting of a set of poems by Charles Baudelaire to electronic instrumentation...

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