Civilized Evil is an album by French jazz fusion artist Jean-Luc Ponty that was released in 1980. It was reissued by Atlantic on CD in 1992. All songs by Jean-Luc Ponty. In Case We Survive" – 4:06. Forms of Life" – 4:48. Peace Crusaders" – 5:38. Happy Robots" – 4:14. Shape Up Your Mind" – 5:15. Good Guys, Bad Guys" – 4:41. Once a Blue Planet" – 4:02. Jean-Luc Ponty – acoustic & electric violins; keyboards & synth bass (track 3). Chris Rhyne – keyboards (tracks 1, 2, 4-8).
Composed By, Orchestrated By – Jean-Luc Ponty. Engineer – Gary Starr. Engineer – Karen Siegel. Guitar – Joaquin Liévano. Keyboards – Chris Rhyne. Mastered By – Bernie Grundman. Painting – Daved Levitan. Photography By – Mark Hanauer. Civilized Evil (LP, Album).
Album · 1980 · 8 Songs. Civilized Evil Jean-Luc Ponty.
Jean-Luc Ponty : Civilized Evil,álbum, crítica, lista de pistas, mp3, letras. Data de lançamento 1980. Labels WEA Atlantic Records Rhino Records. Estilo de MúsicaJazz Rock. Membros têm este álbum1.
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Civilized Evil Tracklist. 1. Demagomania Lyrics. Civilized Evil Q&A. Producers Jean-Luc Ponty. Writers Jean-Luc Ponty. Bass Guitar Randy Jackson.
Civilized Evil is an album by French Jazz-Fusion artist Jean-Luc Ponty. Recorded in 1980 in Los Angeles with JLP's band members Joaquin Lievano (guitars) Chris Rhyne (keyboards) Randy Jackson (bass) and ex-band member Mark Craney (drums). Tracks include "Demagomania", "Forms of Life", "Once a Blue Planet" and more. Jean-Luc publicly announced during the release of this album that he was growing uncomfortable with having his music labeled as "jazz fusion", and he wanted to branch out and be free to do whatever he wanted. This is a brilliant album, but it was a more laid-back fusion. It has its serious rockin' moments, but the overall mood is a more laid-back funky-fusion that signalled the beginning of the end of Ponty's fusion days.