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sábado, 24 de dezembro de 2016
sexta-feira, 23 de dezembro de 2016
Álbum: Gubec-Beg: Rock Opera
First opera-rock from the former Yugoslavia, with the presence of several artists born in the present Serbia and Croatia, based on the history of the medieval village rebellion. The LP is divided into 9 short tracks and all sung in local language, but with a strong tone of dramatization and opera (where we hear choruses and male/ female vocals). The instrumental is another interesting point, symphonic moments taking turns with others of rock'n'roll, emphasizing the good presence of guitar and Hammond organ. Highly recommended for fans of 'Iron Curtain' music and opera-rock in general.
quarta-feira, 21 de dezembro de 2016
Coming from Graz, this is the first work of the duo Paul and Joseppa Musyl, that released several LPs until the death of Joseppa in 2015. RoZZ, whose name derives from the genres Rock and Jazz, brings an atypical mixture of styles, in moments close to vocal jazz and others of fusion and prog, with female vocals, lyrics in English and German. The instruments vary between acoustic passages and other very well arranged and complex, where we hear piano, violin, flute and guitar.
Listen and draw your conclusions, interesting to jazz rock fans in general.
sábado, 17 de dezembro de 2016
ELECTRONIC PROG - EDOUARD ARTEMIEV - Siberiade - Bande Originale Du Film D'André Kontchalovski - 1979
Álbum: Siberiade - Bande Originale Du Film D'André Kontchalovski
Siberiade was directed in 1979 by Russian film maker Andreyi Konchalovski. Siberiade was filmed in 1979, won the Jury Special Prize in Cannes that year, and brought him the international recognition that would eventually take him to Hollywood.
The soundtrack, never released on CD, is something of a mystery. There is a clear cut distinction between sides A and B of the record, probably related to the historical phases which the plotline describes. Side A (except track 7) contains several traditional tunes from Siberia, possibly arranged by Artemiev, through the voice of Dmitry Bouzilev.
Side B, by contrast, features synth-washed prog experiments by the Soviet band Boomerang (Бумеранг). This short-lived group includes Edouard Artemiev (better known for his soundtracks for Tarkovski's Solaris and Stalker) and Yury Bogdanov on the synths, backed by drums, bass and guitar, oscillating between more straightforward prog and ambient-like pieces. Tracks A7 and B5 are also played by the USSR State Cinema Orchestra, Révélation being one of the most interesting scores included here.
Text: Bravo Juju
Edouard Artemiev (composição, sintetizadores)
quinta-feira, 15 de dezembro de 2016
Álbum: Bad Manors
sábado, 10 de dezembro de 2016
Gênero: Latin / Folk Rock / Candombe
Álbum que pode requerer algumas audições, mas certamente agradará apreciadores de ritmos tradicionais da América do Sul
quarta-feira, 7 de dezembro de 2016
Gênero: Hard Rock
Philippe Kienholz (órgão)
Ernst "Fögi" Vögeli (vocal)
terça-feira, 6 de dezembro de 2016
Gênero: Hard Rock
Trio from Solothurn, Switzerland, and that released only two rare singles in 1976. Ended the activities a year later, when the members joined the band Krokus. "Rock Is Here" and "Oh What A Day" are two short, simple tracks of hard rock, guided by good guitar work on riffs and solos, accompanied by drums and bass. The vocals are competent and in English. Worth a listening!
Jürg Naegeli (baixo, teclado)
Freddy Steady (bateria)
02 Oh What A Day 3:47
sexta-feira, 2 de dezembro de 2016
Álbum: On Tonkraft Radio 1978-81
Tommy Hansen (teclados)
domingo, 27 de novembro de 2016
The pianist and arranger Renato Mendes opened up new musical possibilities in 1974 when it launched Electronicus, perhaps the first record of electronic music in Brazil, a landmark in the history of electronic and Brazilian music. In his record he created for moog versions of classic Brazilian music known in the voice of Tom Jobim, Vinicius de Moraes, Chico Buarque, among others.
Recorded on 8 channels, plus drums performed by the Norival Ricardo D’Angelo, the rest of the sound is entirely generated by Moog, which emits only one note at a time. The whole line was built in a process which at the timewas known as "reductions" which consists of going pre-mixing several in a single track and then go re-leveraging the same again.
Norival Ricardo D’Angelo (bateria)