Ego:Echo by ULAN BATOR, released 20 January 2000 1. Hemisphere 2. Santa Lucia 3. Etoile Astre 4. Let Go Ego! 5. Hiver 6. Selva 7. La Joueuse de Tambour 8. Soeur Violence 9. Echo One summer, in the midst of a debilitating heat-wave, Ulan Bator and I (complete strangers to each other at the time) locked ourselves up in a tiny recording studio in a village just north of Florence, Italy, for 18 hours a day for three weeks. One summer, in the midst of a debilitating heat-wave, Ulan Bator and I (complete strangers to each other at the time) locked ourselves up in a tiny recording studio in a village just north of Florence, Italy, for 18 hours a day for three weeks. We got to know each other pretty quickly!
Band Name Ulan Bator. Album Name Ego : Echo. Labels Les Disques du Soleil d Acier. Music StylePost-Rock. Members owning this album0. 4. Hiver. 7. La Joueuse de Tambour. Other productions from Ulan Bator.
The first ten minutes of "Let Go Ego" offers dubby flow motion (Who knew the French could dub it up?), followed by the entrance of dynamic guitars and Hammond atmospherics, capped with wordless chanting and the repeated phrase of "Let go eg. Experimentalism and self-consciousness seem to go hand in hand, but not here. That's what makes the record all the more exciting. It would be wise of Ulan Bator to continue working with Gira. Their collaboration clearly yielded something greater and more powerful than they had expected
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The Ulan Bator album was released by YGR in late 2000. But Ego: Echo is defiantly, intensely alive: Its songs are sweated out, its vocals delivered past wine-stained lips. Its instruments touch, grate, rub and reflect on each other, intimate to the point of claustrophobia, reproducing on audiotape the 96-square-foot Italian recording booth in which the songs were recorded in ensemble.