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Jon Hassell: City: Works of Fiction (Expanded Edition)

Label: All Saints Records
Released: 2014
Track listing: CD1 (Original Album remastered): Voiceprint (Blind from the Facts); Pagan; Mombasa; Tikai; In the City of Red Dust; Rain; Ba-Ya D; Warriors; Out of Adedara. CD2 (Live at Wintergarden 17 September 1989): Ituri; Alchemistry; Adedara Rising; Mashujaa; Paradise Now; Nighsky. CD3 (Psychogeography: Zones of Feeling): Aerial View; Neon Night (Rain); Red Rose Empire--Bass Clef; Streetfaxx; Cityspot; Brigantes--808 State; Cityism Superdub; Elsewhere is a Negative Mirror--Some Truths; Harambe; Ba-ya-Dub--No UFOs; Freeway; Cuba Libre; Metal Fatigue--pattern; Midnight; Waterfront District; Favela; Emerald City; Cloud-Shaped Time.

Jon Hassell: City: Works of Fiction (Expanded Edition)

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Originally released in 1990 on Brian Eno's forward-thinking Opal Records and reissued again, two years later, on All Saints Records, Jon Hassell's City: Works of Fiction was the trumpeter/keyboardist/conceptualist's fourth “official" installment in the Fourth World series that began with Fourth World Vol. 1: Possible Musics (EG, 1980), followed by Fourth World Vol. 2: Dream Theory ...


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