John Cale - Inside the Dream Syndicate, Vol. 3: Stainless Steel Gamelan mp3 downloadPerformer: John Cale
Title: Inside the Dream Syndicate, Vol. 3: Stainless Steel Gamelan
Style: Alternative/Indie Rock,Experimental,Experimental Rock
Released: January 8, 2002
Date of recording: 2000
Size MP3 version: 1876 mb
Size FLAC version: 1973 mb
Size WMA version: 1575 mb
Format: VOC MOD RA DMF AA DTS
Genre: Pop Rock
John Cale - Inside the Dream Syndicate, Vol. 3: Stainless Steel Gamelan mp3 download
The first track off Stainless Gamelan, the third volume of Inside the Dream Syndicate.
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Performed by. John Cale. Manufacturer: Table of the Elements Release date: 8 January 2002 Number of discs: 1 EAN: 0806501108029 UPC: 806501108029.
Fear is the first of Cale's three studio albums for Island Records, all of which were released in a period of just over a year. During this time Cale was also producing records for other artists, working on albums such as Horses by Patti Smith, one of the most influential of all proto-punk records. In addition to his lead vocals on Fear, Cale also played keyboards, guitars, viola, violin and bass, and was joined by Fairport Convention's Richard Thompson, Roxy Music's Brian Eno and Phil Manzanera, and other artists who were signed to Island at the time. Inside the Dream Syndicate, Vol. III: Stainless Gamelan. Conflict & Catalysis: Productions & Arrangements 1966-2006.
The Dream (Open Hand album). Have You Heard (The Moody Blues song). Table of the Elements. The Elements (Joe Henderson album). Smile (The Beach Boys album). The Dream is the first full length album by the indie rock band Open Hand, released on February 24, 2003. It consists of their two demo EPs: Evolution (tracks 1-5) and Radio Days (tracks 6-10); while Track 11, "626", is a new song. Justin Isham - guitar, vocals, production. Alex Rodríguez - drums. Michael Anastasi - bass guitar.
John Cale: Inside the Dream Syndicate Volume 3, Stainless Gamelan or simply Stainless Gamelan (and sometimes incorrectly Stainless "Steel" Gamelan, after the first track on the album) is an album by John Cale, better known for his work as the violist and founding member of the Velvet Underground. It is the fourth and final album in a loose anthology released by the independent label Table of the Elements. It follows Sun Blindness Music, Day Of Niagara and Dream Interpretation.
Inside the Dream Syndicate, Vol. 3: Stainless Steel Gamelan. Released: January 8, 2002. 1. Stainless Steel Gamelan. 2. At About This Time Mozart Was Dead and Joseph Conrad Was Sailing the Se. 3.
Dream Interpretation. Viola – John CaleViolin – Tony Conrad. 5. A Midnight Rain Of Green Wrens At The World's Tallest Building.
|1||Stainless Steel Gamelan John Cale||John Cale feat: Sterling Morrison||10:24|
|2||At About This Time Mozart Was Dead and Joseph Conrad Was Sailing ... John Cale||John Cale feat: Sterling Morrison||26:29|
|3||Terry's Cha-Cha John Cale||John Cale feat: Terry Jennings / Angus MacLise||8:21|
|4||After the Locust John Cale||John Cale feat: Tony Conrad||4:19|
|5||Big Apple Express John Cale||John Cale||5:45|
CreditsSusan Archie - Graphic Design
John Cale - Cembalo, Composer, Guitar, Piano (Electric), Primary Artist, Tape, Viola
Tony Conrad - Engineer, Guest Artist, Mastering, Primary Artist, Producer, Sound Effects
James Elliott - Production Assistant
David Fricke - Liner Notes
Jeff Hunt - Art Direction, Executive Producer
Terry Jennings - Primary Artist, Sax (Soprano)
Angus MacLise - Guest Artist, Hand Drums, Primary Artist, Tambourine
Gerard Malanga - Photography
Sterling Morrison - Cembalo, Guitar, Primary Artist, Viola
Henry H. Owings - Graphic Design