Saturday, February 11, 2012

Sirocco - Wetland Suite

A truly fitting piece of music for the weather
we are having at the moment here
mid February in Brisbane.

This masterpiece from the amazing Sirocco evokes both the
humidity and the rich soundscape of the wetlands.
This 1993 album was the result of an event in the endangered
Macquarie Marshes in NSW where they played the Suite.
A wonderful piece of music as is all of Siroccos work,
unfortunately it has been lost in time.
A previous Sirocco post that tells you all about the band can
be found here
I saw these guys many times back in the 90's and they once
put on a gig which is one of the most memorable I have ever seen.
You can read about that on the older Sirocco post!

So if your somewhere that hot and sweaty than this should
fit the mood, or if your in one of those places that are in
deep freeze at the moment this may warm you up!


Duncan said...

Hi Bob,

not really the right place for this, but thought you might be interested in a recent post on a UK blog about Spring Hill Fair, which links to a long fanzine article on the Go-Bs etc.


Bob said...

Very nice esp the fanzine Duncan Thanks heaps

Anonymous said...

hi there, I've found some old not working links to Not Drowning, Waving here. Could you kindly reupload all these records?



Bob said...

For all re ups please post on the actual post that is not working and I will look into it

Zarquon said...

Hi Bob,
do you know anything about the bands featured in these videos? I believe thy were from Brisbane.

Bob said...

Hi Zarquon heres all the posts that mention Fear of Falling on the SSS blog
and the wishing chair
both Brisbane bands, great vids thanks!

Dan G. said...

Previously unfamiliar with them--really beautiful work. Thanks for introducing them.

Bob said...

Happy to introduce you to the wonderful Sirocco