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Parsley Sound’s deceptively lo-fi transmissions have reached long-player status. A cosy coBorn in Los Angeles, Doug Wieselman has rifted back and forth from coast to coast most of his creative life, working with many of the coutnry’s greatest underground musicians. On the west coast he has been co-leader of the san francisco-based kamikaze ground crew since 1983, musical director and composer for the Flying Karamazof brothers and is a frequent collaborator with Wayne Horvitz in Seattle. In New York, he has been a veteran of bands led by, among others, Lou Reed, John Lurie and Anthony Coleman. The music here includes his score for the oscar winning documentary “Long Way Home” and features rare demos and new recordings of soundtrack compositions rearranged especially for Tzadik.
mpilation of their first four years together, the band first hit the radar screens back in 1999 with the ‘Twilight Mushrooms EP’ on Warp (released under their previous guise, Slum), they’re now finally ready to deliver their debut album, ‘Parsley Sounds’. Hidden behind walls of sound and tape hiss, Parsley Sound are convinced they make mainstream pop music. They’re not far wrong.