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The Dreamachine - The Dreamachine mp3 album

The Dreamachine - The Dreamachine mp3 album
  • Performer: The Dreamachine
  • Title: The Dreamachine
  • Genre: Rock
  • Date of release: 1989
  • MP3 size: 1436 mb
  • FLAC size 1485 mb
  • Formats AU AUD VQF MPC WAV ADX APE

The Dreamachine (or Dream Machine) is a stroboscopic flicker device that produces visual stimuli. Artist Brion Gysin and William S. Burroughs' "systems adviser" Ian Sommerville created the Dreamachine after reading William Grey Walter's book, The Living Brain. In its original form, a Dreamachine is made from a cylinder with slits cut in the sides. The cylinder is placed on a record turntable and rotated at 78 or 45 revolutions per minute

Its British chart success may be due to the presence of Dame Evelyn Glennie in the 2014 percussion concerto Dreamachine; Glennie is not quite the presence on recordings that she was in her RCA heyday, but manifestly from the evidence here she has not lost a step at all. Daugherty, not typically known as a composer of virtuoso music hitherto, writes splendid parts for all three soloists in these concertos, but Glennie's is breathtaking. Sample the large dynamic range of its third movement, Electric Eel, inspired by a German painting reproduced in the graphics; the number of percussionists.

Tracklist

A1 Crazy Jungle
A2 Last Generation
A3 Medicine Blues
A4 Prayer
B1 Black America
B2 Bloody Love
B3 We Scaled The Wall
B4 Spanish Monkeys

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Audiar Studios

Credits

  • Bass [Live Bass] – Marco Vox
  • Drums – Luigi Sbarufati
  • Engineer – Roberto Vernetti
  • Guitar – Pietro Grossi
  • Lead Vocals, Harmonica – Steo Livraghi*
  • Producer – The Dreamachine

Notes

Registrato tra il Febbraio e Marzo 1989 presso gli Audiar Studio (Piacenza)

Inner sleeve with lyrics

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Rights Society: S.I.A.E.
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