Brave New World: Impressions On Reading Aldous Huxley (1972) {2009 Reissue} [FLAC]




• PORTUGUÊS:
Aê putada,

Eis aqui mais outra banda de krautrock fodástica e osbcura e que somente lançou apenas um álbum. O único álbum deles se tratava de uma interpretação musical da obra do escritor inglês Aldous Huxley, sendo que Brave New World, além de ser o nome da banda, é um dos livros desse escritor.

Essa banda de Hamburg conseguia combinar com maestria diversos estilos musicais, como o folk e o rock psicodélico, por exemplo, e mais a adição de efeitos eletrônicos para criar uma atmosfera mais marcante.

Enfim, um álbum bem distinto e muito recomendável a qualquer fã de prog.


• PORTUGUÊS:
Hello freaks,

Here's another freaking amazing and obscure krautrock band who managed to release just one album. Their only album was a musical interpretation of English writer Aldous Huxley's work. Besides the band borrowed the name Brave New World from one of his books.

This short-lived band from Hamburg managed to blend with maestry many kinds of musical styles, such as folk and psychedelic rock, for example, plus the addition of electronic effects in order to create a more emphatic atmosphere.

Anyway, a very original album and highly recommended for any prog freak.



• Tracklist:
01 Prologue (1:01)
02 Alpha Beta Gamma Delta (7:38)
03 Lenina (4:21)
04 Soma (5:18)
05 Halpais Corn Dance (3:24)
06 The End (17:42)
07 Epilogue (1:28)

• Line-up:
Dicky Tarrach - drums, percussion
Lucas Lindholm - bass, bass fiddle, organ, piano
Herb Geller - flutes, cor anglais, saxes (alto, soprano & tenor), organ
Reinhart Firchow - recorders, flutes, ocarina, stylophone, percussion, vocals
John O'Brien-Docker - guitars, organ, percussion, vocals, wind chimes
Esther Daniels - vocals

Originally released as Vertigo 6360 606 in 1972


Download:

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Comentários

  1. Cara sem comentários!!!
    Gosto muito de bandas que mesclam suas música com outros assuntos.
    Essa foi mais uma descoberta pra mim como várias outras aqui do bordel!!
    valeu
    abraço!

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  2. Cara
    Sem comentários,gosto muito de bandas que mesclam a sua música com outras vertentes culturais!
    Essa foi mais uma descoberta pra mim,como várias outras que encontrei aqui no bordel!
    vou procurar o livro pra ler tmb!
    Cultura nunca é demais cambada!!
    valeu
    grande abraço!!!!

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  3. This band emerged from Hamburg and lasted only a few years. It included a mixture of local musicians and two "foreigners". The German musicians were Firchow Reinhart (recorders, flutes, Ocarina, Stylophone, percussion, vocals), Lucas Lindholm (bass, bass fiddle, body, piano), Dicky Tarrach (drums, percussion), Herb Geller (flutes, cor anglais, alto / soprano / tenor saxes, organ), the Irishman John O'Brien-Docker (guitars, body percussion, vocals, wind chimes) and Esther Daniels (vocals). As you can tell from the name of the band and one album title, Their coming together was to make instrumental Their Interpretation of Aldous Huxley's novel - A Brave New World. Being an almost Entirely instrumental band (apart from some occasional voices) They created a unique sound Which bridge together successfully combined different styles dry as folk, psychedelic rock and electronics. Their use of wind instruments (Woodwinds), Peculiar patterns percussion, flute, and a stylopohone Saxophones Their music gives a special sound otherworldly.
    Very good, only ephemeral album, inspired by the cult of German formations (especially in hippie circles) and a book proposing a material combining psychedelia instrumental, ethnic music, early electronics and even elements of jazz. The result is a genuinely compelling and very 'atmospheric' music reminiscent of the time to make some groups of Italian, but above all, a typical German krautrock. Sometimes hear little crackles of vinyl, but the sound is very clean and spacious.
    An essential album for the krautrock collector.
    Digipak. I recommend!

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  4. Esponja, aqui a gente sempre tenta postar o que está mais afastado do mainstream, do que está mais saturado... E, como você mesmo disse, cultura nunca é demais. A gente acredita que este blog é um meio de tentar transmitir cultura pro mundo inteiro.
    Abração.

    Adamus, I didn't know that this CD was made after a vinyl ripping... Understandable because even some unlucky famous bands often lose their master tapes...
    Best regards.

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