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    Main » 2015 » January » 16 » Intergalactic Touring Band ~ 1977 ~ Intergalactic Touring Band
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    Intergalactic Touring Band ~ 1977 ~ Intergalactic Touring Band
    Intergalactic Touring Band ~ 1977 ~ Intergalactic Touring Bandgenre: prog
    state: uk
    quality: lossless (flac, cue, log, covers, 328 mb)
    time: 47'16"

    wikipedia:
    The Intergalactic Touring Band (IGTB) was not an actual music group but rather a science fiction pop music concept album. The ensemble album featured many star performers from progressive rock and other genres, including Meat Loaf, Ben E. King, Larry Fast (Synergy), Percy Jones, Annie Haslam, Rod Argent, Peppi Marchello (Good Rats), and many others. The songs are loosely held together by an epic theme of multi-generational space travel and human space colonization.

    01. Approach(Overture) 2:41
    02. Silver Lady 4:26
    03. Universal Zoo 2:31
    04. Why 2:25
    05. Starship Jingle 3:30
    06. Heartbreaker 4:00
    07. Reaching Out 4:11
    08. First Landing 3:22
    09. Space Commande 4:05
    10. Robot Salesman 4:42
    11. Love Station 2:56
    12. A Planet Called Monday 3:21
    13. Epilogue 1:14
    14. Keeper Keep 3:52


    Fictional band members:
    Hope Larson — Lase Keyboard Panel
    Ixol Phaane — Computerized Keyboard Synthesis
    Justice Conrad — Globe Lase Base
    Krys — Holographic Percussion
    Raif Reed — Lase Guitar

    Approach (Overture):
    Members of the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Harry Rabinowitz
    Orchestral arrangement by Wil Malone
    Synthesizers and Mellotron: Larry Fast

    Silver Lady:
    Lead vocal: Rod Argent
    Acoustic and electric guitars: David Scance
    Fender bass: Peter Sobel
    Keyboards: Brian Cuomo
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Synthesizers, Mellotron and vocoder: Larry Fast
    Effect vocal: Irene Conrad
    Silver Lady vocal: Marge Raymond
    Group vocals: Joel Krantz, Frank D'Agostino, Shelley Thompson, David Scance, Marty Scott, Peter Sobel
    Orchestral arrangement: Wil Malone and Stephan Galfas

    Universal Zoo/Why:
    Lead vocal, "Universal Zoo": Arthur Brown
    Lead vocal, "Why": Joel Krantz
    Electric guitars: David Scance
    Fender bass: Peter Sobel
    Fretless Bass on "Why": Percy Jones
    Keyboards: Brian Cuomo
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Primitive percussion: Paul Marchetti, Marty Scott, Peter Sobel
    Synthesizers and vocoder: Larry Fast
    Group vocals: Joel Krantz, Frank D'Agostino, Shelley Thompson
    Additional vocals: Marty Scott, Peter Sobel, Bill Guerra
    Orchestral arrangement: Danny Beckerman
    Effects vocal: "The Boss"

    Starship Jingle:
    Lead vocal: Peppi Marchello (misspelled Pepe in album credits)
    Electric and acoustic guitars: David Scance
    Electric Autoharp: Marty Scott
    Fender bass: Peter Sobel
    Keyboards: Brian Cuomo
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Synthesizers: Larry Fast
    Flutes: John Zangrando
    Group vocals: Joel Krantz, Frank D'Agostino, Shelley Thompson
    Prepared effects: Larry Fast, Marty Scott, Peter Sobel
    Orchestral arrangement: Wil Malone, Stephan Galfas

    Heartbreaker:
    Lead vocal: Dave Cousins
    Electric and acoustic guitars: David Scance
    Bass guitar: Peter Sobel
    Keyboards: Brian Cuomo
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Synthesizers: Larry Fast
    Flutes: John Zangrando
    Group vocals: Joel Krantz, Frank D'Agostino, Shelley Thompson
    Orchestral arrangement: David Bedford, Stephan Galfas

    Reaching Out
    Lead vocal: Annie Haslam
    Members of the London Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Harry Rabinowitz
    Orchestral arrangement by Wil Malone
    Acoustic guitars: Anthony Phillips and Peter Sobel
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Tympani: Mighty Young Joe Intile, B. E.

    First Landing:
    Lead vocal: Steve Barth
    Electric and acoustic guitars: David Scance
    Bass guitar: Frank Prescod and Peter Sobel
    Keyboards: Brian Cuomo
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Additional percussion: Mighty Young Joe Intile, B. E.
    Synthesizers: Larry Fast
    Orchestral arrangement: Wil Malone and Danny Beckerman
    Group vocals: Joel Krantz, Frank D'Agostino, Shelley Thompson
    Additional vocals: The Passport Munchkins

    Space Commando
    Lead vocal: Mr. Snips
    Electric and acoustic guitars: David Scance
    Bass guitar: Peter Sobel
    Keyboards: Brian Cuomo
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Additional percussion: Marty Scott
    Synthesizers: Larry Fast
    Orchestral arrangement: David Bedford and Stephan Galfas
    Group vocals: Joel Krantz, Frank D'Agostino, Shelley Thompson

    Robot Salesman:
    Lead vocal: Jim Cuomo
    Electric and acoustic guitars: David Scance
    Electric guitar: Ryche Chlanda
    Acoustic guitar: Peter Sobel
    Bass guitar: Frank Prescod
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Synthesizers, Mellotron and vocoder: Larry Fast
    Orchestral arrangement: Stephan Galfas and Brian Cuomo

    Love Station:
    Lead vocal: Ben E. King
    Electric guitars: John Tropea
    Bass guitar: Frank Prescod
    Keyboards: Brian Cuomo
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Additional percussion: Peter Sobel
    Synthesizers: Larry Fast
    Saxophone solo: Clarence Clemons
    Guitar solo: John Tropea
    Orchestral arrangement: David Bedford, Stephan Galfas and Brian Cuomo
    Background vocals: Janice Pendarvis and Friends

    A Planet Called Monday/Epilogue:
    Lead vocal, "A Planet Called Monday": Francis Rossi and Rick Parfitt
    Lead vocal, "Epilogue": Jeffrey Leynor
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Synthesizers: Larry Fast
    Group vocals: Joel Krantz, Frank D'Agostino, Shelley Thompson, David Scance
    Orchestral arrangement: Danny Beckerman
    Electric guitars: David Scance
    Bass guitar: Peter Sobel
    Keyboards: Brian Cuomo

    Keeper Keep Us:
    Lead vocal: Meat Loaf
    Electric and acoustic guitars: David Scance
    Acoustic and bass guitars: Peter Sobel
    Fretless bass: Percy Jones
    Keyboards: Brian Cuomo
    Drums and percussion: Paul Marchetti
    Synthesizers: Larry Fast
    Group vocals: Joel Krantz, Frank D'Agostino, Shelley Thompson
    Orchestral arrangement: Wil Malone

     
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    1 amigodelblues   (19.01.2015 18:47)
    avatarmuchas gracias, feliz semana

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