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Polyrythmic Polyphonic version of Gogokokoroko

https://soundcloud.com/parahybrid/gogokokoroko-para-hybrid

(english below)
Mit der "Kargyraa Krew" Kolja Simon, Felix Mönnich und Martin Pässler habe ich bereits eine Version von Gogokokoroko aufgenommen, findet sich hier: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aN8s7lMUCJk

Die Komposition ist Teil meines "erlogene afrikanische Erinnerungen"-Repertoires, nun habe ich eine Version alleine eingesungen, um die polyphonen und polyrhythmischen Aspekte des Stückes stärker zu akzentuieren. Das Ergebnis ist ordentlich hektisch und trashig, mir kommen Bilder von "Indien mit dem Bus" - es wird sicher nochmal konzentriertere Versionen geben, aber gerade gefällt mir das so gut.

Wie schon bei "Fek Ber" habe ich auch hier den allgemeinen Rahmen und die melodischen und rhythmischen Phrasen vorgegeben, die konkrete Auswahl aus allen möglichen Phrasen hat sich aber durch die Zufallsmechansimen in ableton live ergeben.

Gogokokoroko is one of my 'Fake african memories' compositions, I already recorded a powerful version with the 'Kargyraa Krew" Kolja Simon, Felix Mönnich and Martin Pässler (www.youtube.com/watch?v=aN8s7lMUCJk). The Para Hybrid-Version I uploaded on soundcloud emphasizes the polyrhythm and polyphony I originally had in mind when composing the track. For now I tried to make it sound like taking the bus in india - I guess I will do other versions that have less nervous energy. Like with Fek Ber, I designed the overall shape of the composition, but let the random mechanisms of the ableton live software execute the actual combinations.

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