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Fit & Limo

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Studio Album, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Seraph (2:31)
2. Will You (5:05)
3. Lasst Uns Auf Die Reise Gehn (4:37)
4. Golden Floor (7:29)
5. Wende Dich Her (2:28)
6. The Weaving Song (5:15)
7. Unknown World (2.57)
8. Morning Wake (2:37)
9. Mary Of Malibran (2:21)
10. In Den Gärten Salomos (9:15)
11. Cantiamo (4:58)
12. Weisse Asche (5:45)

Total Time: 54:20

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Line-up / Musicians

- Fit / marimba & glockenspiel, vocals, harmonium, sitar
- Limo / mellotron, cymbal, gopichand, vocals, harmonium, sitar

Guest musicians:
- Bernd Witthüser / vocals
- Jeffrey Alexander / electric guitar, drum
- Miriam Goldberg / cello
- Tymothy Renner
- Peter Wolf

Releases information

CD September Gurls Records SGCD 31 (2004)

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Review by philippe
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3 stars Eastern influenced psych-folk obscurity. The album includes very peaceful, mellow "bucolic" pieces with an omnipresence of sitar chords. The atmosphere is sometimes melancholic, sometimes sunny but always wonderfully "stoned". "Seraph" is a fragile, beautiful composition including an almost religious theme for sitar and backing vocals, repetitive in style but quite catchy melody with an inspired 60's felt. "Will You" is an acoustic little ballad with female vocals. "Lasst Uns Auf Die Reise Gehn" is pop folk piece sung in a plaintive tone (in German). "Golden Floor" is a touching pseudo mystical ballad with long sleeping, monotonous melodies (featuring percussions, chants and mellotron). "Wende Dich Her" starts with a nice combination of mandolin & Mellotron; meditative, dreamy like piece. "Unknown World" is an other acoustic ballad with conventional folk melodies. The "floating", dream folk sound (for violin and guitar) is punctuated by male/ female voices. Emotional hippy folk soundscapes for dream time.

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2 stars I have only heard this one album by Fit+Limo. This is also first Raga album I listen to. The music is meditative. Mellotron and Chamberlin are used to create a flowing background for monotoniuos vocals, cymbals, tambouras, glockenspiels, indian banjos etc... The overall feeling is somewhat foggy. ... (read more)

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