An early 80's release by this keyboardist who rightly made a name for himself playing with Magma, Heldon & Weidorje! This crosses the sound of Magma & Heldon.
Players include Richard Pinhas, David Rose, Bernard Paganotti, Christian Vander, Didier Batard, Jean-Pierre Fouquey & more!
"RSD 2016 release. Transparent blue LP in 350-gram matte sleeve with obi strip. Limited edition of 1000. Patrick Gauthier, keyboardist in legendary French prog bands Heldon, Magma, and Weidorje, recorded his...S
Here is the original soundtrack of this much sought-after, unique, and *very* proggy 1973 soundtrack to a charming animated sci-fi film (released here in the USA as Fantastic Planet).
Written by Alain Goraguer, a film composer who really never had anything to do with 'rock' before or after this one, this features lots of wah- wah guitar, classic 70's keyboards (clavinet, Rhodes piano, string synths, etc.), flutes, vibes, bass, drums & wordless vocals. A rather wonderful period piece and a a....
The long-awaited fourth release by this excellent, modern avant/progressive rock band. This is highly recommended to everyone who has been following them since their first great release, Detta Har Hänt, as well as fans of dark-hued, instrumental rock, such as Guapo, Corima, Makajodoma, etc.
Alexander Skepp (drums, percussion & synthesizers)
Einar Baldursson (electric, acoustic & lap steel guitars & synthesizers)
David Lundberg (Fender Rhodes, synthesizers and Mellotron)...
Cornelius Dufallo (violin), Jennifer Choi (violin), Ralph Farris (viola), Dorothy Lawson (cello), Satoshi Takeishi (percussion), Ayelet Rose Gottlieb (voice) with Anat Fort (piano), Sean Conly (contrabass)
�Shiv�a was composed following the death of three dear friends in 2007�� writes Ayelet Rose Gottlieb in the liner notes, �� while I was living between three cities - Wellington, New Zealand and its wild birds and great ocean; New York, USA, with its fast pulse, close friends, loud sounds and...
Equipment: Korg MS-10, Korg MS-20, Korg SQ-Sequencer, Korg Vocoder, Roland SH-01, Teac stereo tape deck.
Performed and recorded live in San Francisco, CA, USA 1982. Total running time, about 22 minutes.
"From an obscure tape release discovery, this 12" highlights the work of electronic music pioneer Joel Graham, a San Francisco based artist who self-released two cassettes in 1984/85. Originally recorded and performed live on pre-MIDI analog equipment in 1982 as an outline for a live p