Originally released in 1972 on CBS Records 2019 Superior Viaduct Reissue Format: LP Style: Free Improvisation, Ambient Jazz, Drone Vibe: Ritualistic, … More
Originally released in 1972 on Impulse! Records Superior Viaduct reissue (2018) Format: LP
Style: Kosmische Music, Psychedelic Rock, Space Rock
Influences: Arabic Music, African Music, Prog
Vibe: Exploratory, Psychedelic, Desert, Tribal
Musical Attributes: Improvisation, Studio-as-an-instrument, Sound Collage, Riffs
Released in 1972 on Capitol Records Format: LPx2
Originally released in 1972 on Brain Records 2007 Lilith Reissue Format: LP, CD
Originally Released in 1972 2017 Mr. Bongo Reissue
Released in 1972 on Curtom/Buddha Records Format: LP
Originally released in 1972 on EMI 1974 US pressing on Editions Makossa Format: LP
Released in 1972 on Columbia Records Late 70’s/Early 80’s Reissue Format: LP Recommended Tracks A1 – The Shoes of the … More
Releases in 1972 on Warner Bros. Records Format: LP
Released in 1972 on Blue Note Records Format: LP
Released in 1971 on Impulse Records Format: LP
Originally released in 1972 on United Artists Unofficial Pressing Format: LP, Translucent green vinyl
Originally released in 1972 on Brain Records 2010 Grönland Pressing Format: LP, White Vinyl
“What I’m asking you to do is take some risks. Stop paying war taxes, refuse the armed forces, organize against the air war, support the strikes and boycotts of farmers, workers and poor people, analyze the flag salute, give up the nation state, share your money, refuse to hate, be willing to work…in short, sisters and brothers, arm up with love and come from the shadows”
Fuzzy riffs, driving rhythms, and spacey synths tear through the speakers like a blistering comet through the solar system.
For fans of Black Sabbath, Neu!, Jethro Tull
This is what I imagine a black hole might sound like. “Zeit” translates to “Time”, yet time feels completely suspended here, filled instead with vast negative space in which burbling VCS 3 synthesizers, suspenseful organs, and a droning quartet of cellos float in and out. These four sidelong pieces erase all traces of rock or any kind of beat from Tangerine Dream’s sound, leaving ominous space-ambient music in its purest form.
Abstract fusion grooves, driving hard bop, and spacious modal jazz with horn overdubs and spacey synthesizers.
While living in London I had an apartment with a small garden. During he summer around 4 or 5 o’clock in the morning, just as the day began, Birds would gather here one by one and sing together, each declaring its freedom in song. It is my wish to share the same spirit with other musicians and communicate it to the people. -Dave Holland