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ZENDIK - THE ALBUM

Wulf Zendik

Indo-Prog/Raga Rock


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4.75 | 5 ratings | 1 reviews | 60% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 1972

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Strontium Rain (11:52)
2. Purple Blaze (6:03)
3. Yang/Yin (13:56)
4. When She Strays (4:51)
5. Ancient in My Eyes (8:37)
6. Jewels and Things (4:57)
7. This Muziké (6:49)

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Zendik Tribe with Wulf

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Zendik Soundz

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4.75
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(60%)
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Review by philippe
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5 stars Poet and philosophical thinker of North American counter culture, Wul Zendik was also an active musician and a great performer. His music is constantly animated by exotic, natural and magic perspectives. Stylistically it provides a curious medley between dense buzzing drone ragas, fuzzed out psych rock and avant-garde theatrical lyrics. Zendik album is the product of long fruitful years in underground music business. Zendik's musical signature is rather unique, constantly lascivious, sensual and magically erotic. Strontium Rain opens the album with an occult-ritual acid rockin excursion, featuring raw fuzzed guitars, odd stoned vocals and obsessional bass rythms. Purely lysergic and hallucinatory. Purple Blaze is an eccentric-subversive-agressive spaced out piece, including screaming guitars and Zendik's typical voice incantations. When she strays is a powerful-trancey shamanic ballad for buzzing sitar and toxic vocals. Jewels and Things is an acoustic-sacred primal music trip for long sonorous strings and plaintive vocals. Zendik clearly conceives music as a transporter for a superior ravishement. Supreme- fascinating stuff. An outstanding collection of songs related to Zendik's own and distinguishable musical world: in search of the invisible and to the communication between heaven and earth, between man and the divine.

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