Luxa

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Luxa
Studio album by Harold Budd
Released September 24, 1996
Genre Ambient
Length 54:52
Label All Saints Records
Harold Budd chronology
Walk into My Voice: American Beat Poetry
(1996)
Luxa
(1996)
Fenceless Night: Selections for Cinema 1980-1998
(1998)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Luxa is an album composed and performed by Harold Budd.

Track listing[edit]

  • Butterflies with Tits
1. "Niki D." – 6:30
2. "A Sidelong Glance from My Round Nefertiti" – 3:12
3. "Agnes Martin" – 3:52
4. "Anish Kapoor" – 2:59
5. "Paul McCarthy" – 7:14
6. "Serge Poliakoff" – 3:07
  • Inexact Shadows
7. "Djinn" – 0:49
8. "Porphyry" – 0:45
9. "How Dark the Response to Our Slipping Away" – 0:47
  • Smoke Trees
10. "Nove Alberi" – 6:00
11. "Chet" – 7:13
12. "Mandan" – 3:39
13. "Feral" – 4:11
14. "Grace" – 5:18
  • Laughing Innuendos
15. "Marion Brown (Sweet Earth Flying)" – 2:50
16. "Steven Brown (Pleasure)" – 3:56

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mills, Ted. Luxa at AllMusic