Pram - Omnichord / Sixty Years Of Telephony mp3 album
For a couple of years, Pram performed and recorded without a long-term record deal. Their first release during this period was a 1995 self-released cassette compilation of early demos and live recordings called Perambulations. The band's next EP, Music for Your Movies, was released on November 1996 through Stereolab's label Duophonic Records. It was followed by the vinyl-only "Omnichord/Sixty Years of Telephony" single on the small independent label Wurlitzer Jukebox Records. Another non-album single, "The Last Astronaut", was released in 1997 on the Kooky label.
Nom de l'album Telemetric Melodies. Date de parution Mai 1999. Labels Domino Records. Style MusicalRock Expérimental. Membres possèdant cet album0. 3. 60 Years of Telephony. 4. Loose Threads (Drop Stitch). 5. Cinnabar (Instrumental). 8. Loose Threads (Rhythm Ace). Autres productions de Pram. Shadow Shows Of The Phantascope.
A Omnichord B Sixty Years Of Telephony. Lyrics By – Rosie Music By – Pram. cover says "This STEREO recording will also yield a satisfactory MONO signal when played on modern monaural equipment".
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On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Wurlitzer Jukebox (catalog number WJ10). This album was released in 1996 year. The album included the following session artists: Lyrics By. Rosie Cuckston.
Pram est un groupe de musique. Pram a participé à Across the Meridian, Telemetric Melodies, Prisoner Of The Seven Pines, Dark Island, Gash. Signaler artiste musical Prisoner Of The Seven Pines (2008). Sortie : 4 août 2008. Signaler artiste musical The Moving Frontier (2007). - Signaler artiste musical Sleepy Sweet (Single) (1998).
Arriving in September 1993, the album's sonic and structural experiments expanded Pram's horizons and laid the groundwork for their later flights of fancy. The following year, the band delivered the Meshes EP and their second album, Helium, both of which found Pram delving deeper into sampling and borrowing from jazz and hip-hop. Though the band continued to innovate on 1995's more melodic Sargasso Sea, Pram's sales didn't meet Too Pure's expectations, and the label dropped them at the end of the year. That year also saw the release of the single "Omnichord/Sixty Years of Telephony" on Wurlitzer Jukebox. In addition to the single "The Last Astronaut," Pram's activity in 1997 included a reissue of Gash that included Perambulations material and the addition of drummer Mark Butterworth to the lineup.
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- Lyrics By – Rosie*
- Music By – Pram
Notescover says "This STEREO recording will also yield a satisfactory MONO signal when played on modern monaural equipment"
Wrap around picture sleeve, white paper die-cut inner sleeve, all in poly-bag. Wurlitzer Jukebox back catalogue insert.
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