Lo Ka Ping-Lost Sounds of the Tao: Chinese Masters of the Giqin in Historic Recordings
I've never been good at describing records like this. I just lack the knowledge to do them justice. I can say that this is one of the most relaxing things I've listen to in some time. So after getting all worked up earlier this is like a mandrax in the ear. Rather than embarrass myself with some pretty poorly researched essay, I'll just say that if you're in the mood to reduce your murderous rage then this just might work. And I don't know why I added a comma in his name when uploading this. It's probably do to my lack of understanding Chinese names. Just ask some of my former exchange students, I don't know shit.
So after a pretty good run of things mediafire decided to suspend my account. This is why the site is now riddled with dead links. I do not plan on re-upping them so don't bother asking. If a link dies, so be it. However, I will gladly try to fill requests assuming I have the album. Just leave a comment or send me an e-mail. It might just take some time though. And if any readers actually want to help out and provide links to replace the dead ones that would be great.
As far as the content goes there's no logic behind the selections. These are simply albums I enjoy and figure there's other weirdos out there somewhere who might as well. Basically, the site is here for me to complain about mundane things and ridicule my lame existence.