Henry Cow - The Road, Vols. 1-5 mp3 downloadPerformer: Henry Cow
Title: The Road, Vols. 1-5
Released: February 16, 2009
Size MP3 version: 1814 mb
Size FLAC version: 1543 mb
Size WMA version: 1710 mb
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Genre: Pop Rock
Henry Cow - The Road, Vols. 1-5 mp3 download
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During their brief and tumultuous lifespan, fiercely political British art rockers Henry Cow spawned a musical subgenre that became known as Rock In Opposition. 1-5. See Full Discography.
In 1978 HENRY COW initiated the Rock In Opposition (RIO) movement, a collective of progressive bands united in their opposition to the music industry that refused to recognize their music. Representing England, the other founding members were STORMY SIX (Italy), SAMLA MAMMAS MANNA (Sweden), UNIVERS ZERO (Belgium) and ETRON FOU LELOUBAN (France). THE ROAD Vol. 1-5' is a treasure trove for the HENRY COW enthusiast or any adventurous listener. If you're new to the band, start with 'LEG END,' almost all it's tracks are composed instrumentals, or "DESPERATE STRAIGHTS," a collaboration with SLAPP HAPPY since all of it's tracks are of three to five minutes in length, and all but one feature vocals.
Henry Cow. 프로필: British avantgarde/art-rock group, founded in May 1968 at Cambridge University by ts Fred Frith and Tim Hodgkinson. Other important long-term members alongside Frith and Hodgkinson were drummer Chris Cutler, bassist John Greaves and bassoonist/oboist Lindsay Cooper. Henry Cow disbanded in 1978. 40th Anniversary Box - The Road: Volumes 1-5 (CD + CD + CD + 2xCD + Box, Ltd). The Henry Cow Facsimile Box (Box, Comp, Ltd, Num + CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, S/Ed).
Box one is titled The Road, Vols. 1-5 and covers the group's beginnings up to 1976. Thus reconfigured, Henry Cow decided not to rearrange existing written material in favor of an all-improvisation approach that yielded some of their darkest and most thrilling music. Since the five discs of this first box are packaged in four jewel cases (one being a double), there is one slot left in the box to slip in the previously released Concerts album. The booklet of The Road, Vols. 1-5 contains detailed track notes and testimonies by Greaves, Cutler, Geoff Leigh, Lindsay Cooper (reprinted), Peter Blegvad, and Krause, plus a list of concerts.
HENRY COW is a RIO/Avant-Prog, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom. The Road: Volumes 1-5 (40th Anniversary Box Set) 2009. The Road: Volumes 6-10 (40th Anniversary Box Set) 2009.
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Chris Cutler, of Henry Cow and Recommended Records, planned and coordinated the whole project. Box 1: The Road: Volumes 1–5 consists of five CDs and a book, and covers the period 1972 to 1976. Included is the March 1976 Hamburg radio show that was John Greaves’s last concert with the band, and the Trondheim concert that followed in May where Henry Cow improvised as a quartet in the dark. Box 2: The Road: Volumes 6–10 consists of four CDs, a DVD and a book, and covers the period 1976 to 1978. Included is the March 1978 Bremen radio broadcast and the May 1977 Swedish Radio broadcast. The DVD is a 75 minute video of Henry Cow (with Georgie Born and Dagmar Krause) performing in Switzerland.
The Henry Cow Legend (often referred to as Legend or Leg End ) is the debut album of British avant-rock group Henry Cow. It was recorded at Virgin Records' Manor studios over three weeks in May and June 1973, mixed in July 1973, and released in August 1973. With the exception of "Nine Funerals of the Citizen King", which the whole group sings, and background voices on "Nirvana for Mice" ("Sweet mystery of life I will remember"), "Teenbeat" and "The Tenth Chaffinch", this is an instrumental album
The Henry Cow discography is a list of officially released recordings by English avant-rock group Henry Cow. During their period of activity from 1968 to 1978, they released six albums, including two with German/English avant-pop trio Slapp Happy, and one double live album