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Since the 1970s Woo have been recording a plethora of eclectic sounds, most falling under the blanket genre of new age, but spiraling out toward notions of ambient, jazz, and other spiritual takes on modern music. Into The Heart of Love, originally self-released on cassette in 1988, is a prime entry point to Woo's sound; containing some of their most beloved songs it exists in a parallel universe to Durutti Column and Cluster, with pastoral electronic lullabies, shimmering guitars and dreamy synthetic interludes over it's 23 tracks. This definitive version is presented here in it's entirety for the first time on double vinyl, remastered by Josh Bonati from newly discovered tapes with unreleased material. The inviting spot glossed gatefold jacket features artwork, photos & drawings from Woo's archives as well as liner notes by Clive Ives (one half of the band).
Since the 1970s Woo have been recording a plethora of eclectic sounds, most falling under the blanket genre of new age, but spiraling out toward notions of ambient, jazz, and other spiritual takes on modern music. Into The Heart of Love, originally self-released on cassette in 1988, is a prime entry point to Woo's sound; containing some of their most beloved songs it exists in a parallel universe to Durutti Column and Cluster, with pastoral electronic lullabies, shimmering guitars and dreamy synthetic interludes over it's 23 tracks. This definitive version is presented here in it's entirety for the first time on double vinyl, remastered by Josh Bonati from newly discovered tapes with unreleased material. The inviting spot glossed gatefold jacket features artwork, photos & drawings from Woo's archives as well as liner notes by Clive Ives (one half of the band).
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Into The Heart Of Love
Artist: Woo
Format: Vinyl
New: In Stock $38.98
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Since the 1970s Woo have been recording a plethora of eclectic sounds, most falling under the blanket genre of new age, but spiraling out toward notions of ambient, jazz, and other spiritual takes on modern music. Into The Heart of Love, originally self-released on cassette in 1988, is a prime entry point to Woo's sound; containing some of their most beloved songs it exists in a parallel universe to Durutti Column and Cluster, with pastoral electronic lullabies, shimmering guitars and dreamy synthetic interludes over it's 23 tracks. This definitive version is presented here in it's entirety for the first time on double vinyl, remastered by Josh Bonati from newly discovered tapes with unreleased material. The inviting spot glossed gatefold jacket features artwork, photos & drawings from Woo's archives as well as liner notes by Clive Ives (one half of the band).
        
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