Daevid Allen and Kramer – Who’s Afraid? – Cassette
Daevid Allen was an Australian musician and poet best known for his work with the psychedelic rock band Gong. Kramer is an American musician and producer who has worked with a variety of artists across genres.
“Who’s Afraid?” is a collaborative album by Daevid Allen and Kramer, released in 1992. The album features a mix of spoken word poetry, electronic music, and experimental rock, with Allen’s distinctive vocals and lyrics at the forefront. The album’s title track, “Who’s Afraid?”, is a spoken word piece with Allen reciting his surreal and philosophical musings over a background of swirling synthesizers and other electronic sounds. Other tracks on the album range from ambient electronic pieces to more guitar-driven rock songs, with Allen’s poetry tying them all together thematically.
The album received mixed reviews upon its release, with some critics praising its experimental nature and others finding it too disjointed and unfocused. However, it remains an interesting and unique collaboration between two creative musicians from different parts of the world and different musical backgrounds.
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