Alto Stratus - Electric Junk mp3 album
Alto Stratus – Electric Junk. Composed By, Engineer – Electric Junk. Electric Guitar – Eric Minne. Producer – Alan Freeman, Steven Freeman.
Spectrum is the debut solo album by jazz fusion drummer Billy Cobham. The album was heavily influenced by the music of Miles Davis, with whom Cobham had previously collaborated extensively, and Cobham's previous band Mahavishnu Orchestra. I just used more mics: Neumann U67s on toms, D20s or RE20s (at Electric Lady) on the bass drums, Neumann KM54 or 56 on snare, and either STC 4038s or Beyer M160 ribbon mics for the overheads. Leland Sklar, bassist on four of the songs, remarked, "Spectrum is such a benchmark for so many people. To the Women in My Life" – 0:51, "Le Lis" – 3:20.
Out of the Blue is the seventh studio album by the British rock group Electric Light Orchestra (ELO), released in October 1977. Written and produced by ELO frontman Jeff Lynne, the double album is among the most commercially successful records in the group's history, selling about 10 million copies worldwide. Jeff Lynne wrote the entire album in three and a half weeks after a sudden burst of creativity while hidden away in his rented chalet in the Swiss Alps
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Produced by Alto Stratus. Recorded at Dark Star Studio, Leicester (January 1984). The duo of Alan and Steve Freeman (Ultima Thule), we spent much of our spare time during the 1980's experimenting with electronics, sound collage, et. recording some 30 odd cassettes as Alto Stratus (and other guises: Vrije, . Electric Junk, et., also as soloists, and the trio ZBB. For 30 years we've continued with a 10 further releases since, bands: Endgame, The Newt Hounds, Triax, et. .
|2||Shores Of Death (Pulse & Stutter)||3:23|
|3||Shores Of Death (The Beach)||2:32|
|4||Shores Of Death (Mangled Poem)||1:24|
|5||Shores Of Death (Stormbringer)||3:50|
|7||Junkgringer (Waste Disposal)||2:30|
|9||Cold Smoke (Brang...!)||1:24|
|10||Cold Smoke (A Nice Cigar)||2:52|
|11||Cold Smoke (Chatterchoke)||6:29|
|12||Conjunktion 4 (Intro)||3:20|
|13||Conjunktion 4 (Junkgringer)||0:55|
|14||Stalker 1 (Frang...?)||1:10|
|15||Stalker 1 (Aaarghhh...!)||13:42|
|16||Stalker 1 (Gloop...!)||6:32|
- Remixed At – Tachyon Studio
- Acoustic Guitar – Nigel Harris
- Artwork – Jim Tetlow
- Compiled By, Mixed By [Remixed] – Alan Freeman
- Composed By, Engineer – Electric Junk
- Electric Guitar [Mangled] – Eric Minne
- Producer – Alan Freeman, Steven Freeman*
- Synthesizer [Yamaha Cs5], Keyboards [Casio], Sounds [Radio, "string Thing"], Tape [Montage], Voice – Alan Freeman, Steve Freeman
NotesCompiled and remixed at Tachyon Studio, Leicester (26 August 2001).
1-8: From "Shores Of Death" (Dark Star DS 001) August 1983.
9-13: From "Cold Smoke" (Dark Star DS 002) Summer 1983.
14-21: From "Stalker" (Dark Star DS 003) January 1984.
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