Mitzpah : Lonesome Harvest
They called their project ‘Mitzpah’ (a portmanteau of the hebrew words “mitzvah” and “chutzpah”) in reflection of their diverse characters combined for the mystic occasion, where the former stood for the mature innocence of the devoted beginner and the latter for the shady arrogance of an illegal alien. Their work affair was an epitome of organized accidents. Some of those afternoon sessions were later recorded, others remained in the vault of their composer’s forgotten treasures. Digging them up forty years after is an act of grey magick. A test of resuscitation in the face of time frozen over the land of the fallen. A feat of treason to the law of continuity.
CLAUDE ARTO & SIR DAVID O’CLOCK