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    Main » 2010 » September » 29



    Kimio Mizutani ~ 1971 ~ A Path Through Haze
    genre: prog
    country: japan
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, covers)
    time: 43'44"  size: 252 mb

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    Kimio MIZUTANI was born in Japan on June 17th, 1947. He appeared on stage as a guitarist in his teenaged days and formed OUT CAST in 1966, which currently were considered as the Japanese Garage Punk progenitor. 1971 was the special year for him. He carried out two important progressive rock project - LOVE LIVE LIFE + ONE and PEOPLE - with his improvised guitar play and terrific sound production. And also as a solo player he released 'A Path Through Haze' in the same year. 
    He is very active as a session guitarist and sound creator but for over 30 years he had not released any album under his credit.  But at last in 2003 the project of Kimio and Hiro Yanagida named MA-YA produced an album 'Floating'. 
    'Try to do something new just when you get confident in yourself and everything gets well for you.' is Kimio's motto.

    01. "A Path Through Haze" 5:56
    02. "Sail in the Sky" 7:19
    03. "Turning Point" 3:47
    04. "Tell Me What You Saw" 4:55
    05. "One For Janis" 6:27
    06. "Sabbath Day's Sable" 4:04
    07. "A Bottle of Codeine" 7:17
    08. "Way Out" 3:59

    - Kimio Mizutani / guitars
    - Takeshi Inomata / drums
    - Hiromasa Suzuki / electric piano
    - Masahiko Satoh / electric piano
    - Hideaki Takebe / bass
    - Masaoki Terakawa / bass
    - Hiro Yanagida / Hammond organ

    Views: 2090 | Date: 29.09.2010 | Rating: 5.0 | Comments (1)


    Chicago ~ 1972 ~ Chicago V
    genre: jazz
    country: us
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, covers)
    time: 44'38"  size: 270 mb


    "A Hit by Varese" – 4:56
    "All Is Well" – 3:52
    "Now That You've Gone" (James Pankow) – 5:01
    "Dialogue (Part I)" - 2:57
    "Dialogue (Part II)" - 4:13
    "While the City Sleeps" – 3:53
    "Saturday in the Park" – 3:56
    "State of the Union" – 6:12
    "Goodbye" – 6:02
    "Alma Mater" (Terry Kath) – 3:56

    All tracks by Robert Lamm except where noted

    Peter Cetera – bass, vocals
    Terry Kath – guitar, vocals
    Robert Lamm – keyboards, vocals
    Lee Loughnane – trumpet, flugelhorn, percussion, vocals
    James Pankow – trombone, percussion
    Walter Parazaider – woodwinds, percussion
    Danny Seraphine – drums, congas, antique bells

    Views: 1640 | Date: 29.09.2010 | Rating: 4.5 | Comments (0)


    Arco Iris ~ 1977 ~ Los Elementales
    genre: fusion
    country: argentina
    quality: lossless (ape, cue, log, scans)
    time: 41'35"  size: 328 mb
     
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    A leading band in the developpement of the South America progressive rock scene with Los Jaivas and a few others. Their music is a solid combination of jazz rock, ethnic folk with sometimes subtle "spacey" symphonic arrengements. The initial formation is composed by Altar Tokatlian (winds), Gustavo Santaolalla (voice and guitar), Guillermo Bordarampe. They first formed several bands in the 60s (The Rovers, The Blackbyrds, The Crows) to play covers. They finally recorded their first effort back at the end of the 60?s. It?s an orinal mixture of typical Latin folk, acoustic music and 60?s "acid" rock. After the departure of Alberto Cascino, the drummer Horacio Droopy Gianello integrates the band. They record "Suite numero 1" in 1972 also for RCA. The album "Tiempo de resurreccion" published the same year will affirm the own musical identity of the band: an outstanding blend of fusion "folk" music with jazz rock. The double LP "Sudamerica o il regresso a la Aurora" represents the summit of the band in term of orchestral achievement. The music offers an unique multi influences rock universe, made of blues, native music, jazz...Released in 1973 "Inti-Raymi" is a good following to their previous effort but generally seen as less captivating. After the spiritual "Ara Tokatlian & Enrique Villegas : inspiracion" (1975) "Los elementales" (1977) will largely put the stress on freak out jazzy rock improvisations. After this classic period the band has continued to produce records until today, reaching their sound in a more new age and mellow jazz direction.
    Philippe Blache, FRANCE
    Views: 1754 | Date: 29.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (2)


    Aphélandra ~ 2001 ~ Aphélandra
    genre: sympho prog
    country: france
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 34'26"  size: 219 mb
    misc.: recorded '76

    ProgArchives:
    Aphélandra is a French symphonic prog band who recorded one album in 1976 but never saw its release, due to the ridiculously low offer from their record company at the time. For the next 25 years, the tapes have gathered dust in the keyboard player's attic until Mellow Records decided to release it in cd format in 2001. The stellar line-up included Philippe Grancher (keyboards), Pierre Videcoq (vocals, flute, tenor sax), Gerard Perret (electric guitar), Philippe Herbin (bass), Dominique Iroz (drums, percussion) and Clement Duventru (drums). Famous violinist Didier Lockwood as well as Cyrille Verdeaux (on piano and synth) also appeared as guest musicians. Except for those two, all members of Aphélandra have long since left the music industry, each going their separate way.
    Their self-titled album ("Aphélandra" is the name of a flower) is made up of classic French 70's prog with an interesting mix of classical sections, composed ensemble work and free-wheeling improvisation. The mainly symphonic nature of the music is interrupted now and then by solitary piano that gives their sound a distinct feel. The long instrumental passages are a welcome change from the melodramatic vocals often characteristic of early French prog bands. Not a masterpiece by any means but still worth a listen, if only for the 18-minute epic opening track.
    For collectors of rare 70's symphonic prog.
    Lise (HIBOU), CANADA
    Views: 1483 | Date: 29.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (0)


    Abus Dangereux ~ 1980 ~ Le Quatrieme Mouvement
    genre: fusion
    country: france
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 34'58"  size: 210 mb


    01. "Le roy est mort, vive le roy" 7:41
    02. "Le Quatrieme Mouvement" 5:19
    03. "Interlude" 0:46
    04. "Funk au Chateau" 2:59
    05. "Theme D'Hiver" 2:59
    06. "Ballade Courte" 9:14
    07. "Danse du Paques" 6:01

    Pierrejean Gaucher / guitars
    Eric Bono / piano, keyboards
    Laurent Kzrewina / saxophones 
    Alain Mourey / drums
    Pascal Gaillard / bass
    Sylvie VoiseE / vocal
    Caitriona Walsia / vocal
    Dan Ken / vibes 
    Arnaud Jarlan / percussion
    Nigel Warren Green / cello 

    Views: 1859 | Date: 29.09.2010 | Rating: 0.0 | Comments (1)


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