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The somewhat awkward title Last Camel in Paris refers to the Terry Riley masterwork "Shri Camel" here played live (or an interpretation of it, among the minimalists Terry Riley always relied on improvisation and had some grounding in jazz) in 1978. As usual, Terry Riley plays a modified electric org ...

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The Last Camel In Paris by Terry Riley
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8/10 Jack Customer review, 1st June 2016

The somewhat awkward title Last Camel in Paris refers to the Terry Riley masterwork "Shri Camel" here played live (or an interpretation of it, among the minimalists Terry Riley always relied on improvisation and had some grounding in jazz) in 1978. As usual, Terry Riley plays a modified electric organ which is in just intonation and the concert brings out the tonalities in it. If you are a fan of classic minimalism, this would be an excellent purchase though for the casual listener who has not gotten into minimalism yet.


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