Glen Sweeney's Hydrogen Juke-Box – Prophecies - cd - recorded back in 72 -UK - Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock - Materiali Sonori . MASO CD 90018 - 1991




Tracklist

1 Kingdom Of The Brave
2 Life Is An Art
3 Chrysalis The Man
4 Voidoid City
5 Shoe Suede Blues
6 Ab-ra-ka-dab-ra
7 Prophecies
8 To Be Continued


Another great album that I've never seen on the net. I have very big doubts that it was recorded in 1972, but this is what is reported.

Enjoy!
rawkin' dog


 

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  1. my own cd rip - flac

    https://mega.nz/file/mgQCXJpK#35Gd6t2KAsDjFwqh5fE7DoXY0-ruRC-2MPL2XgX4ml0

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  2. This is new to me. Thanks for the introduction.

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    1. I forgot about this cd, but tidying up my brothel ...

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    2. Unreleased album from the 'post-Macbeth' original Third Ear Band recorded back in 72.

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    3. As I wrote in the post notes, for me it was recorded many years later. I can also be wrong but ...

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    4. 1978 says here: https://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=2164258

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    5. Thanks, but unfortunately I can't log in. From Italy it's a problem, but if you have the name of the post I can find it.

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  3. Even more info: An early incarnation of the Third Ear Band (before the group lost several members and signed with Harvest) was known as the Hydrogen Jukebox, a name nicked off Allen Ginsberg. Confusingly, however, the compilation Songs from the Hydrogen Jukebox was not recorded by this late-'60s, pre-historical edition of the Third Ear Band, but by a different side project of the same name formed by percussionist Glen Sweeney. Although Sweeney is the only member of the Third Ear Band present on these recordings, the sound of these songs follows the same template minus the early music and folk influences of his once and future bandmates. Sweeney provides an almost tribal beat over which guitarist Mick Carter, bassist Brian Diprose, and singer Jim Hayes (seemingly) improvise. The results sound a bit like a somewhat more song-oriented version of Angels Egg-era Gong: The groove is paramount, but in a structured format that, in spots, is recognizable as the kind of post-new wave/art-pop music that, say, Simple Minds was doing around the time of New Gold Dream. That connection to '80s pop is cemented in the album's last three songs, recorded by a reunited (and newly electronic) Third Ear Band in the early '90s and sounding like outtakes from Japan's later records, especially on the worldbeat-influenced "Behind the Pyramids." ~ Stewart Mason, All Music Guide

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    1. Thank you very much! In fact the sound seemed much more recent.

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