COTTON MATHER / DEATH OF THE COOL CD

COTTON MATHER / DEATH OF THE COOL CD

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Superb Beatle-esque melodies, I just love it!

It didn't take 15 years for Cotton Mather's Austin-based main man, Robert Harrison to write the 64 songs that comprise his latest musical vision, one song for each hexagram (or reading) of the I Ching, that's actually the amount of time that has passed since the last full-length album of new Cotton Mather songs was released.

With so much new material on deck, it seems like Harrison is making up the difference.

Cotton Mather's much revered album Kontiki – originally issued in 1997, and then again as a deluxe edition in 2012 – was heavily influenced by Chinese philosophy.

Uncut Magazine gave Kontiki "Five Stars" calling the record "music to smile yourself to death to."

Over the years, Harrison has often alluded to the fact that Kontiki was largely inspired by his immersion in esoteric Taoist training, so turning once again to Chinese philosophy for this new challenge seemed like a natural progression.

64 songs for 64 hexagrams. Death of The Cool, the first of four anticipated albums comprising Robert Harrison and Cotton Mather's endeavour to write and record 64 songs for each of the I Ching's 64 hexagrams.

 

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