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Ruth White – Flowers of Evil

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“… A violin’s vibrato wounds the heart of woe, A tender heart detests the black of nullity, The sky, a lofty altar, lovely in the gloom; The sun is drowning in the evening’s blood-red glow. …

– Charles Baudelaire, Evening Harmony

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Audial Terror: Ruth White – Evening Harmony

Ruth White was one of the earliest experimenters in electronic music and was one of the first artists to bring the Moog synthesizer to it’s potential. The album Flowers of Evil was released in 1969, on the Limelight label, and is one fantastic piece of dark ambient/electronic music!

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