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25 October 2002 @ 01:11 am
Kol Simcha and Pygmy Children  
Tonight, after Phil's game, I stopped at Cheapo, to see if I could find some albums I've been looking for for awhile. Both albums I was looking for are, as far as the stoned-out guy at Cheapo can tell, out of print. Like this one, Voice of Joy, by Kol Simcha. KS is an eclectic mix of Swiss music Ph.D's who decided to form a klezmer band. Since I played the clarinet through most of high school, my dad got me this album to "further my artistic development." It's really, really good - and Chrissy Chrouser basically thought I gave it to her (instead of lent it to her), which is why I don't have it now. But, as the guy in Cheapo says, it is unavailable - as is their new album, Klezmer Soul.

Likewise, the album Low Life Dream, by Pygmy Children, is apparently out of print - but this time, it's for real. Google offers such helpful sites as this and this. Mal? Little help?
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Do You Wanna Be Free or You Wanna Be Right?malcubed on October 25th, 2002 04:29 am (UTC)
Sorry, eh. Check with Phil--he's the Pygmy children fan, not I. All I encounter in a cursory look are references to the ones I've previously encountered: Malignant & Deconstruct, as well as the Facedown EP. I've never heard of that one of which you speak.