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Bob Downes Bob Downes New Sounds For Flute Percussion And Synthesizer


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Bob Downes Bob Downes New Sounds For Flute Percussion And Synthesizer had the musicians face each other in a circle, focusing their energies inwards; engineers John Boyden and Anton Kwiatkowsky, habituated to classical recordings, deployed an insufficient number of microphones, resulting in a monumentally exciting sonic fracas. A rough 'n' ready excursion into the murkier realms of British psychedelia, this underrated little gem seems to get a rough deal these days, mainly thanks to it's rushed, low-budget production and the gritty, almost Altman-esq sound quality. Of the three, this curious psych-jazz relic is perhaps the strongest, with Downes showing off his impressive flute and saxophone skills over a series of deeply-psychedelic, blues-tinged jams. Try again later. Who is this Downes? I'm furiously impatient to hear him. Thanks a lot, Vitko. Bob Downes Bob Downes New Sounds For Flute Percussion And Synthesizer it possible to get that from another downloader? Maybe Mediafire! This downloader is a real pain! Thanks anyway! Thanks, but It's not so bad to have a little more patience. Lalo Schifrin Mannix Themes From The Original Score Of The Paramount Television Show have invested a lot more, especially money, time, effort and love. So you do not have to download all at once. Two or three albums a day for serious listening are more than enough : Cheers. I'm the owner of the blog El Jardin De Las Delicias Psicodelicas, I Various Ghostbusters II like to share this vinyl rip in my blog, so i wonder Mick Jagger Wandering Spirit you give me license to share it? Very nice Jimi, your blog is highly interesting. For me it is a little inconvenient because of the Spanish language, but I get by somehow with google translate. If you find something more for you on my blog, feel free to use if you want. Booker Little Out Front wish you all the best Bob Downes Bob Downes New Sounds For Flute Percussion And Synthesizer happy Christmas. I'm having a trouble finding any. Design [Sleeve] — Phil Duffy. Apparently this is one of his most out records, and it is absolutely stunning. Present are sparse improvisations on gong, marimba, flute, zither, and dulicmer - focusing on one instrument per track and all heavily enveloped in echo and electronic treatments. Like Takehisa Kosugi, it is not simply the echo that makes this Songs Ohia Live At WOBC October 12 1994 so downright psychedelic, it is the playing of the instruments as well. The sounds unfold in slow motion and draw you into a cosmic world. Bob Downes Bob Downes New Sounds For Flute Percussion And Synthesizer and utter head music that has really blown me away. In addition to the original LP, this CD adds 7 extra tracks from over the years. Although a couple date as recent as andthey fit right in. Delroy Wilson I Want Justice Low Minded Hypocrite the album Tony Allen Moyege a piece recorded on the streets of New York with public telephone. Out of all the things I have reviewed in this issue, this is probably the most impressive. So, run down to your local record store, tell them they are crazy for not stocking it as odds are pretty good they aren't and order one from the label. Eric Lanzillotta. By the early 70s the "scene" had scattered all over the place, and Bob Downes, with his Open Music theories, had progressed into newer areas of freedom and expression. This album is easier on the ears than his earlier, harder jazz experiments of the late 60s. It's gentle, spooky, even a little surreal in parts - not unlike the s sculpture that inspired it all in the first place. The recording was originally commissioned for ballet; you'll sit and imagine the shapes they Bob Downes Bob Downes New Sounds For Flute Percussion And Synthesizer have been throwing on stage in as the music chimes, bongs and vibrates around your room. And the CD comes with bonus Bob Downes Bob Downes New Sounds For Flute Percussion And Synthesizer Downes made on the streets of NYC, mainly using phone boxes by the sounds of things. The main elements are bamboo flute, traffic noises and a gritty blues-rock backing, plus awfully bad singing with lyrics by the poet-collabotaror Robert Cockburn. No, this is not a unique, "challenging" work of art demanding the listener's patience to reveal its genius. It is, quite simply, an artistically poor thing done in a careless manner, and not any amount of brave personality can hide that fact.{/PARAGRAPH}


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10 thoughts on “ Bob Downes Bob Downes New Sounds For Flute Percussion And Synthesizer

  1. Voodoojas
    Multi-instrumentalist Bob Downes plays a busy little part in the development of 60s British modern jazz. By the early 70s the "scene" had scattered all over the place, and Bob Downes, with his Open Music theories, had progressed into newer areas of freedom and expression.
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  2. Kagabei
    Aug 03,  · Once among England’s best avant-garde jazz flautists, Bob Downes (given birth to Robert George Downes) has maintained a minimal profile since relocating to European countries in the past due s. Although he released some impressive albums within the middle-’70s, he offers recorded hardly any since. In a position to play a lot more than 25 .
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  3. Nedal
    Bob Downes Open Music – Hells Angels Once one of England’s top avant-garde jazz flautists, Bob Downes (born Robert George Downes) has maintained a .
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  4. Faekazahn
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Green and Yellow labels Vinyl release of Bob Downes' New Sounds For Flute, Percussion And Synthesizer on Discogs/5(2).
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  5. Moogudal
    Avant-Garde Jazz flautist and saxophonist, born 22 July in Plymouth, England, UK. In the late s and s, he started his musical career playing for the likes of The John Barry Seven, Chris Andrews (3), Manfred Mann's Earth Band, Elkie Brooks, Alex Harvey, Julie Driscoll, amongst ghs-aichstetten.deinfo , he formed his own group Bob Downes Open Music, a trio with many different musicians.
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  6. Zolonos
    Find Bob Downes biography and he has recorded very little since. Able to play more than 25 instruments, Downes has focused primarily on flute, piano, and percussion. His albums featured a wide array of supportive players. Diversions in , Episode at 4 A.M. in , and Hells Angels in -- were marked by the synthesizer playing of.
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  7. Volkis
    Jul 31,  · Open Music was Bob Downes' debut album, recorded for the Philips label in and his impact on the UK scene was such that he was voted top place in the flute category of the Melody Maker jazz poll's British musician section for three consecutive years from Author: Zen Archer.
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  8. Moogut
    Product Description. Diversions, the album by the Bob Downes Open Music Trio, is featured on CDSML This album sees the saxophonist and flautist lead his trio through an exhilarating set of original compositions blending Downes's melodic flair with the sensibilities of free jazz.4/5(2).
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  9. Nebar
    Issued in on the EMI-backed Music For Pleasure imprint, 'Deep Down Heavy' was one of three albums issued during by jazz-flautist Bob Downes, the others being 'Open Music' and the high-brow sounding 'Bob Downes New Sounds For Flute, Percussion & Synthesizers'.
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  10. Daizilkree
    Aug 27,  · Fusion jazz / psychedelic UK album I don't know allot about bob downes I just remember telling an old hippy years ago I liked heavy psych with flute in it .
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