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Dedalus - Pezzi Inediti 1975-1976/Materiali Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico mp3 download

Performer: Dedalus
Title: Pezzi Inediti 1975-1976/Materiali Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico
Style: Art Rock
Size MP3 version: 1143 mb
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Genre: Pop Rock

Dedalus - Pezzi Inediti 1975-1976/Materiali Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico mp3 download


Elica - UPP-3220 (CD) Released: 1999, Italy Materiale per tre esecutori e nastro magnetico (1974) (or roughly Material for Three Performers and Magnetic . Thus came this album, a bundle of not only a remastered version of Materiali Per Tre Esecutori but also a collection of other unpublished avant-garde works following Dedalus' first two albums

Tracks 10 to 14 were originally released on LP record Trident TRI 1008 "Materiali per tre esecutori e nastro magnetico" (1974). The improvisation at the end of track 14 published here is an abridged version of the track published on the LP record. Texts by Samuel Beckett, from 'Without', and Kha-kehper-Ra-somb, Egyptian writer of the 18th Century . from 'Storia della letteratura egiziana antica' by Donadoni. Tracks 10 to 14 were recorded at Format, Torino, 1974. Tracks 1 to 9 were recorded at Dedalus' private studio, Torino, 1976

Dedalus first album already featured experimental moments, but "Materiale per Tre Esecutori e Nastro Magnetico" goes much further in that way and clearly belongs to the avant garde genre, not to the prog or jazzrock world anymore. Expect free jazz and experimentations, with a dissonant saxophone and noises of all sorts what on earth happened to these guys within a year? 'Materiale Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico' is far more avant garde and dissonant than their first album after which their bass player departed. Even so, this sounds like an entirely different band, left with no grounding or clear ideas whatsoever.

Tracks 10 to 14 were originally released on LP record Trident TRI 1008 "Materiali per tre esecutori e nastro magnetico" (1974). Thanks to snobb for the addition.

Artist: Dedalus Title Of Album: Materiale Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico Year Of Release: 2002 Genre: Progressive RockJazzFusion Label: Vinyl Magic Country: Italia Format: FLACtracks+. Tracklist: 01. Santiago (9:13) 02.

1975-76 The second LP is released. Despite Trident’s discontinuance and the listening difficulty of the music, a few thousands copies of the record are sold. In 1999 Marco di Castri also must quit. Bonansone renames Dedalus as Bonansone Dedalus-group that becames Dedalus Bonansone in 2002.

This disc re-issues their very hard-to-find second album, released in 1974  . sleeve notes of "Materiali per tre esecutori e nastro magnetico". There are no notes associated with this item.

Get the Tempo of the tracks from Materiale Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico (1973) by Dedalus. This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/160 BPM). Tracklist Materiale per tre esecutori e nastro magnetico.

Their eponymous first album Dedalus was released in 1973. A year after Furio left the group in 1974, a second, more experimental album, Materiale per tre esecutori e nastro magnetico was released. A third album was recorded but has never been released. By the end of the seventies Dedalus effectively ceased to exist until being revived in the early nineties by Bonansone, Di Castri and Grosso. In 1997 (the year after Grosso left the band) they released 'Pia Visione', recorded at Dedalus Studio in Turin.

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Dedalus - Primary Artist