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    Main » 2014 » December » 30 » Principal Edwards Magic Theatre ~ 1969 ~ Soundtrack + 1971 ~ The Asmoto Running Band
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    Principal Edwards Magic Theatre ~ 1969 ~ Soundtrack + 1971 ~ The Asmoto Running Band
    Principal Edwards Magic Theatre ~ 1969 ~ Soundtrack + 1971 ~ The Asmoto Running Bandgenre: folk prog, psych
    state: uk
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    time: 1:19'29"

    wikipedia:
    Principal Edwards Magic Theatre was a 14-member communal performance art collective in the United Kingdom made up of musicians, poets, dancers, and sound and lighting technicians.
    The collective was originally formed at the University of Exeter in the late 1960s, and then was later based at farmhouse in Kettering, Northamptonshire. The group was signed to John Peel's Dandelion Records and their single, "The Ballad of a Big Girl Now", was released in 1969. Following the single was the release (under the same label) of two albums - Soundtrack and The Asmoto Running Band - the second of which was produced by Nick Mason of Pink Floyd.
    The sometimes whimsical, sometimes epic (verging on progressive rock) writing style of guitarist Root Cartwright, was paired with the eclectic lyrical contributions of David Jones, Gillian Hadley and Monica Nettles, and was performed by vocalist Vivienne McAuliffe. The violin and recorders of Bindy Bourquin were another key element of the group's trademark sound. Lyn Edwards, originally on bongos, took over on the drumkit.
    Later, with a smaller nucleus (including new bassist Richard Jones from Climax Blues Band) and a name-change to, simply, Principal Edwards, they recorded a few new singles and a third album called Round One for Deram Records

    '69:
    01. Enigmatic Insomniac Machine 5:01
    02. Sacfrifice 7:17
    03. The Death Of Don Quixote 13:33
    04. Third Sonnet To Sundry Notes Of Music 7:33
    05. To A Broken Guitar 2:41
    06. Pinky: A Mystery Cycle 9:55


    Root Cartwright / guitar, mandolin, recorder
    Belinda Bourquin / fiddle, piano, recorder, vocals
    David Jones / percussion
    Lyn Edwards / percussion
    Terry Budd / drums, lights, props, effects
    Roger Swallow / drums
    Jeremy Ensor / bass guitar
    Joe Read / bass guitar
    Martin Stellman / vocals
    Vivienne McAuliffe / vocals

    '71:
    07. McAlpine's Dream 6:10
    08. McAlpine Versus The Asmoto 6:15
    09. The Asmoto Running Band (Hou'Amih) 3:11
    10. Asmoto Celebration 1:52
    11. Further Asmoto Celebration 1:17
    12. Total Glycerol Esther 2:42
    13. Freef ('R) All 5:05
    14. The Kettering Song 3:56
    15. Weirdsong Of Breaking Through At Last 3:03


    Belinda Bourquin / voices, keyboards, piano, group member, vocals, violin, fiddle, recorders, strings
    Roots Cartwright / Spanish guitar, bass guitar, recorder, guitar, group member, electric guitar, acoustic guitar
    Jeremy Ensor / bass, bass guitar, group member
    David Jones / percussion
    Vivienne McAuliffe / voices, vocals, group member recorder
    Monica Nettles / prop design, dancer, costume design, stage lighting, choreographer
    Martin Stellman / auctioneer, vocals, group member
    Roger Swallow / bells, group member, tabla, finger cymbals, acoustic guitar, snare drums, xylophone, African drums, drums, talking drum, timpani, tambourine, hands, conga, wood block
    Robin Sylvester / engineer
    Gillian Hadley / costume design, stage lighting, effects, prop design, choreographer
    Michael Heatley / liner notes
    David A. Jones / gong, conga, hands, tambourine, bass drums, group member, conductor, finger cymbals, maracas, cymbals, African drums, bongos, wood block
    John McMahon / dancer, costume design, stage lighting, choreographer, prop design
    Lance Dunlop / lighting
    Harry Houseman / lighting
    Tony Barnes / project coordinator
    R.C. Pocock / bass drums

     
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    1 amigodelblues   (31.12.2014 22:25)
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