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ARTIST
TITLE
Pan Symphony In E Minor
FORMAT
CD

LABEL
CATALOG #
GUESS 029CD GUESS 029CD
GENRE
RELEASE DATE
1/5/2010

One of the newest and most surprising discoveries in the '60s & '70s rock rarities field, William Nowik's Pan Symphony In E Minor caused a big hype among collectors. Certainly easy to understand, as it's an ace album no one had heard of before. Guitarist William Nowik recorded this obscure instrumental record back in 1974 somewhere in New York. It has such a deep feeling, and is nothing anyone could have done without really loving it aside of any commercial view. Psychedelic, progressive, very early Floyd-sounding at times, Crimson-esque, and a kind of sound that reminds of the early '70s British underground but with an experimental, trippy touch. Fourteen tracks in total, but played like suites. Seems only 200 copies were pressed and never distributed, so it needed 35 years to be discovered! This wonderful reissue comes with the intended original artwork (it came out in a green and black cover instead of the black and white that William wanted), has nice remastered sound and includes a booklet with rare, unseen photos and extended liner-notes.