Thursday, August 6, 2015

Analogy vol.1 (compilation - 2005)

Create - Analogue Revival [8:02]
Remotion - Freeflight [5:17]
Loren Nerell & Steve Roach & Chuck Oken - Zone Patrol [8:14]
Paul Ellis & Steve Roach - Where are you? [5:58]
4m33s - Elegy [3:56]
Gert Emmens - The Morning after [6:23]
Syn - Viking Mission II [7:52]
Russell Storey - Cosmic Kiwi [6:43]
Kees Aerts - Grey Keys [7:45]
Altres - Brain Flame [7:54]
Modulator ESP - Tsunami [5:18]
Ian Tescee - Aquamarine [3:49]

The "Analogy Vol. 1" compilation was spawned under the ruling that each artist could use no more than 3 analogue synths (not counting drum machines, effects units, etc.). The music ranges from traditional sequencer-based berlin school (create, syn, altres, modulator esp), via melodical (remotion, emmens, aerts, tescee), ambient (ellis and roach, 4m33s) to experimental (nerell, roach and oken, storey).                                                                                                           

Programa ‎– Acròpolis (Flac format - 1985)

Programa (also written Program@ since 1999) is an electronic music duo formed in 1983 by Carlos Guirao, who had recently left Neuronium, and Josep Antoni López. They released two albums together, Syntesis Digital (1983) and Acropolis (1985).
Here (flac format)

Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Thaneco - The Myths Of Panas

Just a quick reminder for the new readers of this blog:
Thaneco's "The Myths Of Panas" is still available for free download here:

Friday, July 31, 2015

Harmonia - Musik Von Harmonia (1974 - FLAC format)

"Musik Von Harmonia" is the debut album from the highly influential Krautrock/Kosmische Musik group Harmonia. Harmonia, was formed by the addition of Neu! guitarist Michael Rother to Cluster, the duo of Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius. They recorded the album from June to November 1973, in Forst Germany. It was produced by the band members.
Ned Raggett's review for Allmusic : "The debut Harmonia album is at once a product of their source bands and a fine new twist on them, resulting in music that captures what for many is the Krautrock ideal..." He adds "'s at once playful and murky, steady and mechanical, a supergroup of sorts who easily achieves and maintains such a seemingly overstated status by embracing a variety of approaches that work wonders."
R.I.P. Dieter Moebius

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Harmonia - Deluxe (1975 - remastered, flac format)

Deluxe is the second album from the highly influential Krautrock/Kosmische Musik group Harmonia. Harmonia was formed by the addition of Neu! guitarist Michael Rother to Cluster, the duo of Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Dieter Moebius.
Deluxe was recorded in June, 1975 in Harmonia's studio in Forst, Germany. It was first released on the Brain Records label in 1975. It was produced by the band members and legendary Krautrock producer, Conny Plank.[1] Ned Raggett's review for Allmusic opens: "A touch more immediate and song-oriented than its predecessor, but no less enchanting and lovely to hear, De Luxe again features the trio experimenting with a variety of approaches, most particularly including vocals here and there for the first time."[2] The Ground and Sky review by Joe McGlinchey describes Deluxe, in part: "The album also has more of a drive to it than the first Harmonia album, perhaps in part to Rother's guitar being much more upfront and noticeable, as well as the addition of Guru Guru drummer Mani Neumeier on some tracks."[3] Neumeier performs a lengthy jam on the track "Walky Talky". Ned Raggett adds: "The motorik pulses and rhythms, however soft and subtle, still dominate the proceedings, while the glazed, warm feeling of the whole album is astounding."

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Moebius - Blue Moon (1986)

Dieter Moebius (born 1944 in Switzerland, died 20 July 2015) was a German/Swiss experimental-ambient electronic musician.
Moebius studied art in Brussels and Berlin and met there Hans-Joachim Roedelius and Conrad Schnitzler(Tangerine Dream). They founded a band Kluster in 1969. After the departure of Schnitzler, they changed their name to Cluster. Later Moebius and Roedelius founded the band Harmonia with Michael Rother (Neu!), which also collaborated with Brian Eno.
Dieter Moebius was involved into numerous projects with such musicians as Conny Plank, Mani Neumeier (Guru Guru).Moebius toured with Michael Rother as Rother & Moebius in 2007. Additionally, on 27 November 2007, a Harmonia reunion concert was held in Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, where the band performed together live for the first time since 1976.
"Blue Moon" was Moebius's (Cluster/Harmonia) last solo release for Sky Records. It is the soundtrack to a film of the same name, some kind of late '80s German crime thriller, possibly. Anyway, this is the only instance of Moebius writing a film score and as such it's defined by certain parameters which mark it from the rest of his work. A totally unique album.
R.I.P. Moebius!

Sunday, July 19, 2015

Michael Rother - Katzenmusik (1979)

Katzenmusik is the third studio album by the German solo artist Michael Rother. It was released in 1979 and includes the single "Katzenmusik 9" b/w "Katzenmusik 2".

The album was recorded between March and July 1979 in Germany at Rother's own studio in Forst and Conny Plank's Studio. Receiving positive reviews the album was released as an LP in 1979 before it was re-released by Polydor in 1982. The album was issued on CD in 1990, and then reisused again in 1993 with bonus tracks and having been remastered. The artwork for the album was designed by Rike with photography by Ann Weitz and Rother himself.

In this album Jaki Liebezeit (from Can) plays the drums but the entirety of the album was written and performed by Rother utilising guitar and electronic instrumentation.


Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Philippe Guerre - Cristal (1979)

This the debut electronic album of Philippe Guerre, a composer of electronic music from France. His style is melodic with romantic and psychedelic elements. He is not using any drum machines but he's painting beautiful pictures with his synthesizer melodies.

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Monday, July 6, 2015

Paul Nagle - The Soft Room 1980-1985 (2013)

Paul Nagle released this amazing compilation, in 2013, that has selections from his rare cassette albums of the period 1980-1985. This compilation was released in vinyl and cd. His style of music is similar to Steve Hillman and to other artists of early Berlin School electronica. I like the variety of his compositions  and I can't wait to listen to the rest of his discography. Truly great stuff!


Friday, July 3, 2015

Paul Nagle - Chimera (1983)

Paul Nagle began to compose and perform electronic, experimental music in late 1970s. A leading figure in the UK electronic music scene, he released his early albums on cassette and performed at the legendary first UK Electronica festival in 1983. He has, over the years, released many new age / chillout and electronic albums, often in collaboration with other musicians.
"Chimera" is an extremely rare album and a personal favourite (taken directly from the cassette)!

Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Tusco - Suspence Elettronica (1983)

Tusco is composer Piero Umiliani and this is an experimental/ambient electronic album from the early 80s. Very little is known about this rare lp but I'm guessing he is using a giant EMS Synthi 100 synthesizer. If you have any information please post it in your comments.

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Friday, June 26, 2015

Beaver & Krause - "In A Wild Sanctuary "+ "Gandharva" (1970, 1971)

Beaver & Krause were a musical duo made up of Paul Beaver and Bernie Krause. Their 1967 album The Nonesuch Guide to Electronic Music was a pioneering work in the electronic music genre.
Beaver introduced Monkees singer-drummer Micky Dolenz to the Moog, which became a featured instrument on the fourth Monkees album, Pisces, Aquarius, Capricorn & Jones Ltd., and Beaver himself performed on one track, "Star Collector" in 1967. In addition, he led workshops at the Beaver & Krause LA studio attended by a who's who of film composers and session keyboardists of the time.
In June 1967, Beaver and Krause set up a booth at the Monterey Pop Festival, demonstrating their newly purchased electronic synthesiser, one of the first constructed by Bob Moog.
Thanks to their demonstrations of the Moog at Monterey, Beaver and Krause also introduced the instrument to a number of other leading American pop acts including The Doors, Simon & Garfunkel and The Byrds, helping to create the vogue for the Moog that emerged in the late 1960s and early 1970s.

In 1968, Beaver and Krause released an album for Mercury Records imprint Limelight Records, Ragnarok, then released a series of three albums for Warner Brothers Records, In a Wild Sanctuary (1970), Gandharva (1971) and All Good Men (1972), effectively creating both the electronica and New Age musical movements.


Saturday, June 20, 2015

Dick Hyman - The Electric Eclectics of (1969)

Clever and well-made compositions from Dick Hyman using the moog modular synthesizer. Most of them have the sound of the psychedelic 60s.

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Dick Hyman - The Age Of Electronicus (1969)


Hyman did two principal recordings using the Moog synthesizer. The first was The Electric Eclectics. The follow up was the Age of Electronicus and was predominantly a covers album with Hyman interpreting on the Moog. Great examples of Moog composition.


Dick Hyman & Mary Mayo - Moon Gas (1963)

Dick Hyman studied at Columbia University and played with some of the greatests Jazz musicians like Teddy Wilson, Red Norvo, and Benny Goodman. Hyman did different recordings under different nicknames and in 1966 recorded a cover of "Moritat" on harpsichord with his trio which sold over a million copies. During late '60s he investigated the earliest periods of Jazz and Ragtime and researched and recorded the music of some of the first early Jazz figures. Hyman experimented with various keyboard instruments, including Baldwin and Lowrey organs. In the late 60's he recorded a series of Avant-Garde albums using a Minimoog synthesizer focused in the instrument. He recorded some of the most apreciated albums from the Space Age Pop. Hyman has also worked for TV, scoring film soundtracks for Woody Allen, and as a Jazz pianist and organist.


Friday, June 12, 2015

Joachim Sherylee - Sequencer (late 70s)

Joachim Sherylee is the pseudonym of Jacky Giordano, a composer of library music from France. Jacky Giordano has written several albums with the "Sherylee" pseudonym in his "Musax" french label. This is his first Sherylee album.


Monday, June 8, 2015

Claude Perraudin - Rumeurs (1985)

Wonderful library album by French composer Claude Perraudin. It has both electronic and acoustic sounds and some tracks begin with short field recordings. Some are easy listening and some more experimental. Thanks to Julian of "Progressive Review" for the link.

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Sunday, June 7, 2015

Goblin - Profondo Rosso, the complete edition (1975, 1996)

The soundtrack to the film Deep Red (profondo rosso) was mainly composed and performed by the Italian progressive rock band Goblin. Director Dario Argento had originally contacted jazz pianist and composer Giorgio Gaslini to score the film, but he was unhappy with his output, deeming it "awful". After failing to get Pink Floyd to write music for the film, Argento turned back to Italy and found Goblin.[2] In the final score, only three of Gaslini's original themes were retained however, in the film's original theatrical release, Gaslini was given full composer credit for the entire score, while Goblin were wrongly credited only as performers [i.e. "Music by Giorgio Gaslini, performed by Goblin"]. This was corrected in subsequent home video releases.
In 1996, the complete film soundtrack was re-released on CD by Cinevox, under the supervision of Claudio Simonetti. This release includes all the music featured in the film, as well as a remix of the main theme and two sound effects tracks from the film itself.
  • Walter Martino: drums, percussion
  • Massimo Morante: Electric guitars, Acoustic guitars, bouzouki, vocals
  • Fabio Pignatelli: Fender Precision Bass (fretless), Rickenbacker bass (fretted), Tabla, Acoustic guitar, vocals
  • Claudio Simonetti: Mellotron (presets: 3-Violins, church organ and 8-Choir), Elka organ, Logan violin, Celesta, Fender Rhodes Electric piano, Grand piano, Harpsichord,[4] Moog synthesizers (Minimoog and System 55)
  • Giorgio Gaslini: Orchestra conductor/arranger
  • Giorgio Agazzi: recording engineer

  • PS: track 25 ("deep shadows") is one of the most beautiful progressive tracks I ever heard!

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    Friday, June 5, 2015

    Goblin - Roller (1976)

    Having started out as Oliver (releasing a few demo tapes) they later changed their name to Cherry Five, releasing one, eponymous, LP. During the completion of this album, Dario Argento helped bring over the members to score his film "Profondo Rosso"; leading to the final formation of Goblin.

    On December 16, 2009, Goblin announced its dissolution. In Summer, 2010, New Goblin was formed. The personnel of New Goblin included Maurizio Guarini, Massimo Morante, and Claudio Simonetti from the original version of Goblin, together with Bruno Previtali and Titta Tani from Simonetti's band Daemonia,

    In 2013, Claudio Simonetti left New Goblin and formed Claudio Simonetti's Goblin.
    Drums, PercussionAgostino Marangolo
  • Electric Bass, Bass [Ripper]Fabio Pignatelli
  • Electric Guitar, Acoustic GuitarMassimo Morante
  • Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes 88 & 73, Hohner Pianet], Synthesizer [Moog], Clarinet [Clarino], PianoMaurizio Guarini
  • Organ [Vzo Mascioni], Clavinet [Hohner], Synthesizer [Logan, Elka, Minimoog], PianoClaudio Simonetti

    Wednesday, May 27, 2015

    Teddy Lasry - Tutti Fluti (1975)

    A hard to find album by Teddy Lasry written in 1975. This one has more....flute but some funky electronic sounds as well (for example, track "Los Angeles"), and is offered here in my blog after your request! Truly beautiful album! Don't forget to visit my "discogs" site  and buy my music to show your love and support to this blog. Thank you very very much!

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    Ten Plus - Optimum (1977)

    "Ten Plus" are composers Richard Kilian, Claude Carrasu, Roman-Withold Zajaczek (George Callert), and Joachim Sherylee (Real name: Jacky Giordano). This is another great "library" release from label music dewolfe.


    Sunday, May 24, 2015

    Serge Bulot - Sanctuaire D'Eole (1980)

    Serge Bulot is a French composer of electronic/space rock music and member of band Pachacamac. This was his first solo album from 1980. It has some weird ambient tracks and space rock music  created by electric violin, analogue synths, acoustic and electric guitars. At times its simple and melodic and other times strange and dark. A difficult album to categorize but really beautiful.


    Sunday, May 17, 2015

    Teddy Lasry - Escalade (1976)

    I finally found this beautiful album by Teddy Lasry including the missing tracks. Dedicated to all the lovers of good vintage electronic music.
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    Saturday, May 16, 2015

    Teddy Lasry - Two Faces Of Teddy Lasry (1983)

    A great and rare lp from Teddy Lasry that is similar to The "Interpol" lp. Its a mixture of funk progressive rock and electronic repetitive music.

    Thursday, May 14, 2015

    Teddy Lasry - La Femme Qui Venait D'Ailleurs (1977)

    Teddy Lasry is one my favourite French electronic composers (can you tell? ). This is one of my favourite albums and took me some time until i found it.


    Teddy Lasry - Interpol (1979)

    Here is another Teddy Lasry album from 1979. Funky rhythms with clavinet, prophet 5 and Arp Odyssey synthesizers. A real gem. Here it is in lossless format.

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    Wednesday, May 13, 2015

    Decko - Mythe Xero (1980)

    A weird experimental/psychedelic electronic album by the obscure French "Decko". The style is close to the music of Heldon and Pinhas. Here's the line-up:
    Composed By, Performer, Synthesizer [Arp 2600], Piano [Schimmel], Flute [Bolivian], Piano [With Special Effects], Organ [Church Organ], Producer, PaintingDecko
  • Design [Conception De Pochette], Liner NotesJean-Marc Bailleux
  • PercussionVincent Daude
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByFrancis Adam

  • Enjoy

    Wednesday, May 6, 2015

    Thaneco and Photis Houliaras - Brain Activity (2015)

    Hello to all the readers of my blog. This is my newest lp, a collaboration with electronic composer Photis Houliaras from Thessaloniki. Fans of Vangelis, Steve Hillman, and Tangerine Dream will love it. Equipment used for this album: Prophet 5, Moog Minimoog model D, Eurorack modular system, U-HE Diva, Dave Smith Evolver, Ableton and Reason sequencers. You can listen and purchase this album from my bandcamp or discogs site. This is a nice way to show your love and support this blog.
    Bandcamp: (you can choose between digital or cd-r version)
    Discogs:  (only cd-r version)

    Thank you my friends and please write your comments! 

    Saturday, May 2, 2015

    Rudiger Lorenz - Queen Of Saba (1981)

    Rudiger Lorenz was a German electronic composer from Mainz. He was a collector of vintage synthesizers and modular systems. He also made his own modular synthesizers such as the "Loran Modular" and the "Formant Modular". His music is mostly experimental and arppegiator driven. His first albums were in cassete format (Queen of Saba, Silver Steps, Wonderflower...) and considered to be extremely rare. One of my favourite German electronic composers.
    Note: for more Rudiger Lorenz, search for "Silver Steps" here in this blog.

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    Wednesday, April 29, 2015

    Jacky Giordano - Challenger (1974)

    Holy grail french library , Ultra rare FREESOUND label and one of the best number in groove / jazz fusion. Grooving Electric piano/organ, weird synthesizers and some downtempo lounge tracks with flute.


    Tuesday, April 28, 2015

    Johnny Moggi Quintet - Hard Rhythms, Soft Melodys (1975)

    Johnny Moggi Quintet is Piero Umiliani and this is one excellent lp with "lounge"-easy listening music. Of course there is extensive use of the Moog synthesizer and all the tracks are very melodic. There is also electric guitar, bass, marimba, flute and various percussion played by the other members of the band. A perfect lp for spring!

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    Friday, April 24, 2015

    Space Art - Space Art (1977)

    This is the amazing debut album by French electronic band Space Art. One of the best vintage electronic albums


    Sunday, April 19, 2015

    Space Art - Trip In The Center Head (1977)

    The second album of Space Art is just as good as the first, giving us distinct melodies that did not flow from one to the next like the songs on the first album, but told amazing stories within themselves. This album contains my favorite Space Art piece, "L'obsession d'Archibald". It is interesting to note that the album was released with two different titles. One was "Trip In The Head Center" and the other was "Trip In The Center Head". It is unknown if this was accidental or on purpose and which one is more rare. The music is identical on both.
    If you love synth music you should listen to this album. This download contains two extra tracks.


    Space Art - Play Back (1980)

    Space Art was a French electronic duo consisting of Dominique Perrier on keyboards and late French drummer Roger Rizzitelli. They released three albums between 1977 and 1981. Their music is often described as cosmic synth pop. The duo are considered pioneers of the French electronic genre

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    Sunday, April 12, 2015

    J. Fajerman and J. Yrssen - Racines Synthetiques (1978)

    Joel Fajerman is a French keyboardist which started his career during the seventies, working for artists like Claude François, Mike Brant, Nicoletta (2). He discovered synthesizers after becoming consultant for Dominique Alas. He composed the music for the game show "La chasse aux trésors" and becomes recognized after the album "L'aventure des plantes" derived from a documentary. His last musician work known to date is the french television serie "Julie Lescaut".
    Synthesizers used: Prophet 5 , Korg Polyphonic Ensemble and Arp Odyssey

    Wednesday, April 8, 2015

    Popol Vuh - Affenstunde (1970)

    Affenstunde is the debut recording by composer and multi-instrumentalist Florian Fricke's Popol Vuh, named for the sacred Mayan text. It was issued on the Liberty label in Germany in 1970 and has been in print, off and on, in Europe, Japan, and even in the United States sporadically since that time. For those completely dislocated by Tangerine Dream's early experiments in sonic terror and dynamics, Affenstunde is somehow akin yet very different. Fricke's synthesizers are more interested in pulse and circularity, not utter dislocation and shock. The music here all seems of a piece, despite the different selection titles and the single percussion piece on the set, "Dream, Pt. 5" -- primitive hand drums run through the middle of the mix. Other than this selection, the entire album would have made a fantastic soundtrack for Andrei Tarkovsky's film Solaris. The sheer momentum of the title cut, which closes the album and integrates spacious electronic soundscapes, ever deepening tonalities, found taped choral vocals whispering in the background, and percussion is one of the most provocative pieces to come from the Krautrock generation. This is an auspicious debut, which holds up wonderfully in the 21st century. ( , "")  
    Instruments used: Moog Modular Synthesizer, various percussion.

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    Popol Vuh - Aguirre (1975)

    Pioneers of German "krautrock" music, Popol Vuh was the creature of Florian Fricke (1944-2001). The first album "Affenstunde" (1970) is an early jaunt into electronic music with its massive use of the Moog synthesizer as well as added percussion. "In Den Gärten Pharaos" (1971) experimented with a fusion between electronic and organ sounds, creating an intense, almost religious ambient music. From "Hosianna Mantra" (1972) on, Popol Vuh abandoned the electronic medium to develop a personal avant-garde progressive rock music. Florian Fricke died in 2001 in his sleep.
    Aguirre is the seventh album by the German progressive krautrock band Popol Vuh. It contains music used in the soundtrack to Werner Herzog's film Aguirre, the Wrath of God (1972), first released as an album in 1975 on Ohr, and reissued in 2004 by SPV with one bonus track. This score was the first of many collaborations between the group and Herzog. Only two tracks ("Aguirre I" and "Aguirre II") are from the film; the rest were gathered from various recordings done by the group during the period 1972–1974, including alternative versions of two songs ("Morgengruß II" and "Agnus Dei") originally released on the band's 1974 album, Einsjäger und Siebenjäger.


    Saturday, April 4, 2015

    Node - Node 2 (2014)

    Node is a band of electronic music with members Dave Bessell, Ed Buller, Flood & Mel Wesson. "Node 2" is an album with a fresh, modern and almost cinematic berlin-school sound that will satisfy all fans of this genre.
    Synthesizer, Keyboards, GuitarDave Bessell           
    Synthesizer, Sequenced By [Sequencer], KeyboardsEd Buller, Flood, Mel Wesson


    Zanov - Virtual Future (2014)

    "ZANOV(Pierre Salkazanov), one of the first French Electronic Music composer and synthesizer virtuoso , has been active on the musical scene since 1976. He studied piano and guitar, but the turning point was in summer 1975, when he discovered the fascinating world of synthesizers. He set up his home studio with legendary synthesizers as EMS VCS3, ARP 2600, RMI harmonic synthesizer and started to compose.
    He composed 3 albums between 1976 and 1982, which are engraved in the memories of electronic music lovers : Green Ray (Polydor) in 1977, Moebius (Polydor) in 1978, In Course of time (Solaris) in 1983. Zanov performed several concerts in France in 1977 and 1978, welcomed by the critics for the beauty of his sounds and for his personal musical universe. Many people were asking what ZANOV was up to these days, creating expectations in the world of electronic music. After a very long absence, Zanov is back for the pleasure of his fans, with a new album: Virtual Future…" (from


    Thursday, April 2, 2015

    Don Voegeli - Oscillations (1972)

    Don was a pianist and composer, who wrote classical, jazz and experimental music. He taught in the music department at University of Wisconsin. He was also known for writing the theme song for All Things Considered. Voegeli came up with something that will sound more familiar in 1974. The theme has gone through three more updates since.
    "Oscillations" was produced by the National Center for Audio Experimentation, a project of the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and University of Wisconsin-Extension.

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    Sunday, March 29, 2015

    Claude Perraudin - Mutation 24 (1977)

    This one is in similar style to Heldon, Patric Vian and Ose. Melodic synth music with space sound fx and arpeggiators. The most popular album by Claude Perraudin and my personal favourite!


    Saturday, March 28, 2015

    Claude Perraudin - Speed (1980)

    An excellent and rare library album by Claude Perraudin, french composer of electronic and stage-screen music. Most of the tracks have a funky-groovy style with guitar passages, clavinet, and melodic analogue synth lines. As the title suggests it could be a soundtrack for an imaginary film involving racing cars or people who drive fast cars.


    Thursday, March 26, 2015

    Gong - Magick Brother (1970)

    Psychedelic rock band formed by Daevid Allen and Gilli Smyth in France in 1969. Gong became pioneers of a new brand of psychedelia/space-rock/trip-rock - with a conceptual ethos involving aliens and alternative realities. An international outfit, increasingly linked to other bands of the Canterbury scene, many musicians came and went.
    In 1970, the world got its first taste of the original pothead pixie, Daevid Allen's Gong, as Magick Brother was released in France on the BYG label. Allen's wife, Gilli Smyth, penned all the tunes on the album, and Allen's now-classic "Ph.P." drawing style graces the inside of the gatefold. Leaning a little toward the pop end of the spectrum, Magick Brother is a fairly light album, devoid of the blatant psychedelic/hippie qualities which shine through so brilliantly on the later Camembert Electrique.

    On 12 June 2014, Allen underwent surgery to remove a cyst from his neck. It was determined to be cancerous and he subsequently underwent radiation therapy. In a statement, released on 5 February 2015, Allen wrote that the cancer had returned to his neck and also spread to his lungs, and that he was "not interested in endless surgical operations". He was "given approximately six months to live".[6][7]
    On 13 March 2015, his son, Orlando Monday Allen, announced through Facebook that Daevid Allen had died.[8] The Planet Gong website announced that Allen had died in Australia, at 1.05pm, "surrounded by his boys".[9] Allen had four sons, two with Gilli Smyth and two with other mothers.
    Reviewing Allen's life, The Daily Telegraph said:
    Allen revelled in being the court jester of hippie rock and never lost his enthusiasm for the transcendent power of the psychedelic experience. He once remarked: "Psychedelia for me is a code for that profound spiritual experience where there is a direct link to the gods." That he never attained the riches and fame of many of his contemporaries did not concern him.[4]
    RIP Daevid Allen.

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    Monday, March 23, 2015

    Moggi (P. Umiliani) - Tra Scienza E Fantascienza (1980)

    Recorded at Sound Workshop, Roma. One of the most beautiful electronic library albums of the 80s. You will love it