So I finally listened to those last two albums, which turned out to be much shorter than the first two, and actually seemed to be less like the Gonjasufi stuff that came out a couple years after them than the older stuff did, which is kind of interesting. I guess he sorta pushed in a different direction for a bit before kinda settling back into an updated version of his older style. Coll with me. It’s all really cool.
I wish I’d looked into how available his music was to stream on the internet before I started this series, because I probably could have saved myself a lot of trouble of listening to these albums and making all those mental notes of which particular songs I wanted to share with you all (especially since a majority of them are called “untitled”) because there is basically just one dude that has posted up any of this Sumach stuff, and he just does a “part 1″/”part 2” preview video for each album, and I could have just posted that up for each one and been done with it. But it motivated me to get a little deeper into these albums myself, and I’d recommend you all do the same because this really is some far out shit. I dig it. So here are some samples of those last two albums: Flamingo Gimpp and Jungl Bulit. I hope you all have enjoyed this adventure as much as I have. Also, here’s a link to a page that has download links for all these old Sumach albums. Collect ’em all!
Sumach – Flamingo Gimpp (parts 1 & 2)
Sumach – Jungl Bulit (parts 1 & 2)
Oh, and still no word on Randy Johnson. If I figure out what the deal with that is, then there will be a Part 4, I guess.