Skirling dust-devils start slow on 'Last Heat', but then pick up speed and dirt and brownish leaves to create the tribal, spiraling frenzy of the seasons beginning.
Then, like that very time of year, it creeps down into a slow, going-to-sleep drone of woodwinds and played bowls, distant birdcalls for the track 'Flying Gees', as beautiful and subtle powerful as sunset over naked trees in the mountains.
If you like Steve Roach at all, the tribal, colorful parts of his work, then Baghiri's work is for you as well.
But not to say he's just like Steve Roach, he's just in that realm.
It really does sound like being in the mountains of the East while Fall lays itself over the land.
1 Last Heat 7:53
2 Flying Gees 12:03
3 Spooking Moor 5:51
4 Playing Wind 6:59
5 Autumn Sky 8:24
6 Dancing Fog 7:48
7 Dying Leaves 5:23
8 Rolling Thunders 11:03
9 Almost Winter 7:59
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