Mambo Che Chay - Bobby Brown - The Enlightening Beam Of Axonda By Bobby Brown
Label: Destiny Records - DR 4002 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album 1st pressing • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock • Style: Folk Rock, Psychedelic Rock, Experimental
A mix of the out-of-print, out-of-the-ordinary, and the simply out-of-their-minds. Found 'Live' in a thrift store for a buck! I was one of a group of Mambo Che Chay - Bobby Brown - The Enlightening Beam Of Axonda By Bobby Brown that formed a tight semi-circle around him and his instrument.
He requested we do so to improve the accoustics. We all were from different walks of life. All the children danced, or were mesmorized. Ice cream melted in their hands. Cried if forced to leave. Princess Kaiulani smiled. Did you know that you can shorten your long links with AdFocus and make cash from every visit to your short urls.
Post a Comment. Saturday, May 24, Bobby Brown - Discography. This is a bizarro one-man-band from Hawaii who recorded during the Mambo Che Chay - Bobby Brown - The Enlightening Beam Of Axonda By Bobby Brown. I don't know why this guy's stuff is slowly disappearing from the internet, because it is quite exceptional. It kind of bridges the albeit large gap between spaced-out new age drone and psych-folk, with a lot of laid-back Hawaiian influence as well.
The story goes that this loner surfer-type guy built this giant I guess?? So he literally plays all the sounds you're hearing at once, at least on most of the tracks. You can kind of see his gadget on the cover of his first LP, 'The Enlightening Beam of Axonda,' and it looks basically fucked. He and his dog would travel around in an old van wherever the surfing was good, giving impromptu performances of these strange, mellow songs.
I've read his voice described as similar to Tim Buckley, which I guess is kind of true. The first album is very odd, sounding kind of like a gamelan orchestra playing 70's folk rock. The second album, 'Bobby Brown Live,' is not quite so strange, but the story behind it is definitely weird.
Supposedly, he was picked to open for Fleetwood Mac which, to me, sounds like a big deal and recorded the performance for this album. Brown, however, was unsatisfied with the crowd sounds! Whatever the case, it doesn't really Turning Tables - Jamie Jones - Dont You Remember The Future like a 'live' record or anything. A few years later, he did a much more pop-oriented album called 'Prayers of a One Man Band.
It's got a lot of vintage synths and drum machines, and a lot of people seem to feel it's his best release. I dunno about that, but it is very good.
The songs are also MUCH shorter, which might appeal to some listeners. Posted by Bizarro Jerry at PM. Labels: album reviewsBobby Browndownloadsfree musicfull albumsincredibly strange musicobscurooutsiderprivate press LP'ssurfuploadsweird musicwest coast. Newer Post Older Post Home. Subscribe to: Post Comments Atom. Search This Blog. Contributors Bizarro Jerry Society's Fault.
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