Aug 22, · referencing Under The Pipal Tree, 2xLP, Album, RE, RM, TRR Not completely quiet vinyl (in my case) and could have sounded a bit more open and dynamic in the loudest passages (comparing to CD), which is a tough job with this type of very dynamic music/5().
Aug 22, · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Under The Pipal Tree on Discogs. Label: Temporary Residence Limited - TRR • Format: 2x, Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Post Rock Karelia (Opus 2) Cello – Shika Udai* Recorded By [Assistant] Mono (7) Under The /5(35).
Every song on Mono’s Under the Pipal Tree acts as a wave, engulfing the listener in its numerous, pretty melodies. The sounds are smooth and inoffensive, washing over the listener slowly but very surely, adding layer upon layer until the .
This album shows Mono at its infancy and only beginning to realize its creative powers. The album starts with'Karelia (Opus 2)' is definitely a powerful opening number, and even though it is essentially the same three chords played over and over again, Mono makes it interesting through their creative use of effects pedals/5(18).
Rock Sound // Under The Pipal Tree is the debut album by now-legendary Japanese experimental rock band, MONO. Released in on avant-garde icon John Zorn's Tzadik label, Under The Pipal Tree showcased a young Japanese quartet whose wide range of influences - most notably Sonic Youth, Mogwai, The Velvet Underground, and Neil Young's Crazy /5(11).
MONO formed in Tokyo, Japan in the closing winter weeks of December, They played their first live shows at the top of the new millennium, and released their first album, Under The Pipal Tree, in Recorded live in one day on a razor-thin budget, Pipal Tree was an earnest introduction to the curious magic of a band that would.