Badisad Obistroz

by Cats Hats Gowns

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Badisad Obistroz is a collection of windy improvised recordings, recorded in 2010 over a one-week-session.


Badisad Obistroz is a wind blowing in Afghanistan.

Mara’amu a wind blowing in Tahiti.

Migjorn is a southern hot wind, rare and moderate, blowing in the Roussillon, France.

A white squall is a sudden and violent windstorm at sea which is not accompanied by the black clouds generally characteristic of a squall.

Chergui (Arabic : šarqīa شرقية) is the name of a continental southeasterly wind which blows on the most part of Morocco, a hot and dry wind coming from the Sahara Desert.

A williwaw is a sudden blast of wind descending from a mountainous coast to the sea. The word is of unknown origin, but was earliest used by British seamen in the 19th century.

Khamsin (Arabic: خمسين‎ khamsīn), more commonly known in Egypt as khamaseen, is a dry, hot, sandy local wind, blowing from the south, in North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.

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released December 1, 2014

2014 vinyl LP - edition of 100 copies
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Cats Hats Gowns
Guillaume Eymenier - guitar, mix
Yvan Duhamel - guitar
Cédrick Eymenier - synth
Mathias Rossignol - drums

mastering Giuseppe Ielasi
artwork Laetitia Bénat
screenprint Superheights

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