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Pythagoron is the name of an obscure, late 70's release, filled with invasive, tripped out psychedelic drones. No one knows who was behind this release, but it is certainly a must listen for fans of strange electronic cult oddities along with Udder Milk Decay.

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Pythagoron Progressive Electronic

Review by admireArt
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2 stars PYTHAGORON is an obscure project recording that adds some kind of occult bonus being so far unclaimed by no one. Released in the USA in the late 70's somehow it found its way into this Prog Electronic section.

Anyway, this musical project is experimental but focused. Minimalistic domestic/organ like drone structures which slow moving but high pitch may remind you of Steve Reich's quiet more inspired and totally retro-ground breaking "Four Organs" first performed in May 1970. (So, is this is the "ticket" why Steve is still missing in this page?), just wondering...

Well in an attempt to rescue this obscure musical 70's project, far better 70's musicians came to my mind, those which offered top quality in this electronic game, meaning this is good but not good enough.

**2.5 "collectable rarity" PA stars.

Thanks to philippe for the artist addition.

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