Code III ~ 1974 ~ Planet Of Man - Oldish Psych and Prog
R.I.P. of Oldish Psych & Prog blog

Global Searcher:
Site Content only Searcher
Login form
Search
Entries archive
Friendly Sites
  • A Maquina de Faser Sonhos
  • A Pound for a Brown
  • Blue Mammoth
  • Culture fo All
  • Deserter's Songs
  • Digital Meltdown Music Blogroll
  • 18 Rodas
  • Faintly Blowing
  • HeavyPsychMan Blog
  • It's psychedelic baby, that's what it's all about
  • Jazz-Privado
  • the List
  • Mara Bunta
  • Old Melodies ...
  • Prog & Psych
  • Rock BlogRoll
  • Silverado Rare Music
  • Som imaginário
  • Wings Of Dream
  • Create your own site


  • PNF Blgwtch Totally Fuzzy

    Main » 2010 » November » 3 » Code III ~ 1974 ~ Planet Of Man
    18:20
    Code III ~ 1974 ~ Planet Of Man
    Code III ~ 1974 ~ Planet Of Man
    genre: kraut
    country: germany
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, scans)
    time: 49'50" size: 251 mb
    misc.: 2001

    the Crack in the Cosmic Egg:

    Code III were never a proper band, but were an impromptu group created for an album dedicated to showcasing the amazing sound characteristics of the Kunstkopf Artificial Head Recording System. Principally, Code III were Berlin studio engineer Manfred Schunke and American multi-instrumentalist Ed Key.

    The music on PLANET OF MAN is a sonic depiction of the history of the Earth, from the void of empty space, via the formation of the planets, the evolution of life, through to man's domination of the planet, and ultimately back to the void. The opening and closing excursions, involving atmospheric electronics, injections of a dreamy folk song, and disembodied resonant female voice, hint a little at Brainticket's CELESTIAL OCEAN, although the mood is much spookier. Confusingly "Dawn Of An Era" (the lyrics are sung in the previous track) involves what sounds like demented Neanderthals involved in some weird drum ritual. "Countdown" adds up to a blend of atmospheric electronics with abstract use of voice collage and effects (and Indian music), onto a remarkably clever accelerating space-rock burn-out featuring Klaus Schulze at the drum stool! Returning to weird space music at the end, it all adds up to a remarkable and unique album.

    01. "Formations/The Genesis" 17:48
    02. "Dawn Of An Era" 6:35
    03. "Countdown/Phoenix Rising" 25:27

    Manfred Schunke (instruments, electronic effects, sounds, vocals)
    Ed Key (vocals, instruments)
    +
    Mary Key (vocals)
    Aparna Chakravarti (vocals, tamboura, harmonium)
    Klaus Schulze (drums)

    depositfiles:  p1, p2 = filesonic: p1, p2
    Sign up please for display Links
    Dear visitors, if you need the links are broken, please leave a request in the comments, I will try as much as possible to restore them for you

    Views: 1649 | Added by: olegelagin | Rating: 5.0/1
    Share |

    Total comments: 1
    1 Bilek   (03.11.2010 20:50)
    I would eventually need this album in lossless. Thanks for providing, and reminding it ever existed :)

    Name *:
    Email:
    Code *:

    Action: 10% discount coupon for Depositfiles Gold accounts for 6 months and 1 year periods. The coupon is very simple in usage: you enter it on the Gold account payment page and after the prices are recalculated can buy an account with the discount.
    Your coupon: qy2k8m1fkp8clykjr54b54jf9ibzc087


    Banner 01

    Oldish Psych & Prog offers progressive psychedelic rock music mp3 lossless downloads