Satyajit Eye sample by FathomDistribution published on 2012-03-06T08:54:52Z The Muslimgauze Preservation Society proudly offer a proper issue of the cinematic Satyajit Eye on 180 gram audiophile vinyl packaged in previously unrevealed sleeve art by Bryn Jones. Each release will also have a fold open insert of a Jones graphic, like ones included with Limited Editions releases (his own label during the 1980′s) as well as liner notes on the recording of this significant work in the Muslimgauze canon. Satyajit Eye is in fact a companion release to Vote Hezbollah, the first time John Delf and Bryn Jones worked together in the Cutting Rooms studios back in 1993. At the time, Delf was freshly trained to engineer conventional rock bands when in walked Jones with his instruments and DATs, asking, “there you go, can you mix it?” Delf had no idea what Jones wanted. The music and approach was unlike anything he heard or learned in vocational school. For Delf, Muslimgauze sessions were experimental as they proceeded to use the studio equipment in ways not originally intended to produce a sound not thought of before. Half of Satyajit Eye are excerpts from the Vote Hezbollahsessions, while the other half are extra songs. So began one of the mutually longest working relationships in Delf and Jones’ career. Among the early works, Satyajit Eye is also one of the more pristine and has the varied emotional range of an epic film, alternating between fervent and reflective moments like struggling through a storm to reach its quiet eye, then info the fray once more. Psychedelic, the music is evocative of fevered dreams of sun burned valleys of Pakistan, Pashtun controlled mountains of Afghanistan, post war plains of Iran, and Israeli incursions in occupied Palestine. Now is your chance to experience this high quality recording in an ideal setting, packaged the way Bryn Jones would have done himself, while paying homage by excerpting a fragment of the upcoming Muslimgauze: Chasing the Shadow of Bryn Jones.