|2||Gymnopedie III - 1888|
|3||Etre Jaloux De Son Camarada Qui A Une Grosse Tete - 1913|
|4||Gnossienne I - 1890|
|5||Lui Manger Sa Tartine - 1913|
|6||L'Initiation Fragmento - 1891|
|7||Valse Du Chocolate Aux Amandes - 1913|
|8||Gnossienne II - 1890|
|9||Gymnopedie I - 1888|
|10||Gymnopedie II - 1888|
|11||Gnossienne II - 1890|
|12||Le Chant Guerrier Du Roi Des Haricorts - 1913|
|13||Profiter De Cel Qui'Il A Des Cors Aux Pied Pour Lui Pendre Son Cerceu - 1913|
|14||Petite Prelude A La Journee - 1913|
|15||Prelude A La Porte Heroque Du Ciel Fragmento - 1894|
Originally released in 1986 under Luis Delgado’s cult imprint “El Cometa de Madrid”
Produced by Luis Delgado (Finnis Africae, Mecánica Popular) and performed by Patricia Escudero, this beautiful record dives into Erik Satie’s compositional work thru an experimental optic.
Entirely recorded on Synthesizers, and making heavy use of FX and timbral manipulation, this recording brings out a Satie that’s never heard before.
-This record was remastered and cut from the original tapes. However, those tapes were highly affected for what is known as the Sticky Shed Syndrome, and were very deteriorated.
Even though that was professionally taken care of, it was a very long process to get a result that exceeded our standards to be pressed. That being said, there are very few parts were you might find an slight change on sound that was impossible to eliminate completely, due to the above mentioned issue