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Titolo:
Recording A Tape The Colour Of The Light
Interprete:
Bell Orchestre
Stile:
Folk Rock, Post Rock
Rilasciato:
22 Aug 2005
Numero di catalogo:
RTRADLP257
Paese:
UK
MP3 dimensione dell'album:
1081 mb
FLAC dimensione dell'album:
2071 mb
Genere:
Etichetta:
Rough Trade (UK)

Tracklist


1Les Lumieres Pt 1
Guitar [Lapsteel] – Mike FeuerstackTrombone – Caroline Laroche
2Recording A Tunnel (The Invisible Bells)
3Nuevo
Accordion – Régine Chassagne
4Recording A Tape... (Typewriter Duet)
Viola – Marika Anthony-Shaw
5Les Lumieres Pt 2
Cello – Sarah McMahonGuitar [Lapsteel] – Mike FeuerstackTrombone – Caroline Laroche
6Recording A Tunnel (The Horns Play Underneath The Canal)
7Throw It On A Fire
8The Bells Play The Band
9The Upwards March
10Salvatore Amato


Crediti


  • Bass, Percussion [Bells], Glockenspiel, Synthesizer, Organ, Tape MachineRichard Reed Parry
  • Cymbals, Drums, Xylophone, Percussion [Bells]Stefan Schneider
  • French HornPietro Amato
  • Melodica, Trumpet, Percussion [Bells]Kaveh Nabatian
  • ViolinSarah Neufeld


Album


Recording A Tape The Colour Of The Light - Bell Orchestre. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light is the debut release of Montreal-based instrumental act Bell Orchestre. On the back of the album, the track listing includes a track set off from the rest called frost. Recording a Tunnel The Horns Play Underneath the Canal 0:42. While it slows to a nearly forgettable pace about three quarters of the way in, standout tracks like Lumieres, Pt. 1 and Pt. 2, Throw It on a Fire, and Salvatore Amato are soulful windows into the hearts of classical players who spent much of their time in school harboring dreams of decrepit rock clubs and buzzing amplifiers. Bell Orchestre. Recording A Tape The Colour Of The Light. Bell Orchestre - Recording A Tape The Colour Of The Light 2005. To favorites 0 Download album. Listen album. Folk-Rock Post-Rock. Bell Orchestre - Recording A Tunnel The Horns Play Underneath The Canal. Recording a Tunnel The Horns Play Underneath the Canal. The Upwards March. The Bells Play the Band. Recording a Tape Typewriter Duet. 11 Songs, 52 Minutes. Released: 22 Aug 2005. 2005 Bell Orchestre under exclusive licence to Rough Trade Records Ltd. More By Bell Orchestre. Bell Orchestre is one of the many Canadian post-rock bands whose activities centre on the mighty Hotel2Tango, headquarters of Godspeed You Black Emperor. Sure, Bell Orchestres Recording a Tape the Color of the Light may not sport quite as over-the-top a title as the semantic acid-trips cited above, but it compensates by actually containing music you will enjoy. For the most part. Another major advantage that the group enjoys over most post-rock bands is that it doesnt take the Wagnerian approach to song length. Most tracks clock in at under five minutes and wont require holding down the fast-forward button until you get to the good part. Now, the first third or so of Recording a Tape lags a bit, mostly because Bell Orchestre seems reluctant to show all its cards right out of the jewel case. varies its cunningly sequenced, gratifyingly brief instrumental tracks with such old-fashioned amenities as textured melodies, pleasing dynamic shifts, and passages that, if they don't actually r-o-c-k, at least bound down the road in an excited manner. Read full review. The first third or so of Recording A Tape lags a bit, mostly because Bell Orchestre seems reluctant to show all its cards right out of the jewel case. However, once you reach THROW IT ON A FIRE, the horns and percussion begin to drive, and the album grows progressively stronger. Their debut album Recording A Tape the Colour of the Light finds ambition, ideas, and emotion bottled up into one volatile container of music. There are two ways of looking at the album. On one hand, it really takes many typical post-rock musical ideals and puts them in a unique voicing of mostly French horn, violin, and trumpet. If anything, Bell Orchestre picks perfect song titles. When the album finally gears in for the final stretch to the end, it picks itself back to the brilliance of the opening. Salvatore Amato makes a much more subtle and overall more enjoyable use of the upbeat dance-like groove idea. It uses the violin much in the way Godspeed You . Listen free to Bell Orchestre Recording a Tape the Colour of the Light Recording a Tunnel The Horns Play Underneath the Canal, Les Lumieres Pt. 1 and more. 11 tracks 51:44

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