Basil Kirchin - Abstractions Of The Industrial North flac album
Title: Abstractions Of The Industrial North
Style: Contemporary Jazz
MP3 album: 1665 mb
FLAC album: 1982 mb
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Complete your Basil Kirchin collection. This is light background music type jazz, nothing like his other electronic and collage music. Reply Notify me 1 Helpful.
Originally recorded circa 1966. Track 12 to 20 are selected cues from Kirchin's De Wolfe library recordings of the same period. All tracks published by De Wolfe Music Ltd.
Packing, Printing And Light Assembly.
Take an album with track titles such as Heavy Machinery and Duet for Choir and Tunnel, packaged in a cheap sleeve and recorded in the 1960s or 1970s by an artist most of us have never heard of, and what do you get? If you are lucky, some of most inventive music of its time. Library music – aka stock or production music – was first recorded in the 1920s for cinemas to use as low-cost accompaniment to silent movies.
Yet despite being hailed by acts such as Brian Eno and St Etienne, he remains an obscure figure. Media captionBasil Kirchin explains his controversial use of autistic children's voices. Kirchin's musical career began in 1941 when, aged 13, he joined his father's big band as a drummer.
20 tracks · 6 June 2005. 2 tracks · 4 May 2003. Basil Kirchin is My Friend: A Trunk Records Sampler. 18 tracks · 18 July 2017.
Basil Kirchin (8 August 1927 – 18 June 2005) was an English drummer and composer Contents.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|1||Prelude And Dawn||3:49|
|2||Heart Of The North||3:08|
|7||Packing, Printing & Light Assembly||1:37|
|10||Lunch Hour Pops||0:55|
|12||Mind On The Run||2:10|
|13||Where To Go||2:19|
|15||Two And Two Are One (Part 1)||2:13|
|16||Viva Tamla Motown||3:50|
|17||The Lonely Ones||2:50|
Guitar – Big Jim Sullivan, Jimmy Page
|20||Four Against Seven||2:25|
- Artwork – Flack And That*
- Bass – Peter McGurk
- Drums – Chris Karan
- Flute – Duncan Lamont
- Flute, Saxophone, Whistle [Penny] – Peter Hughes
- Guitar – Cedric West
- Liner Notes [Insert Notes] – Will Hodgekinson
- Liner Notes [Rear Cover Notes] – Jonny Trunk
- Piano, Organ – Harry Stoneham
- Saxophone, Flute – Tubby Hayes
- Trumpet – Kenny Wheeler
- Vibraphone, Alto Saxophone – Alan Branscombe
NotesOriginally recorded circa 1966. Track 1 to 11 is the complete original "Abstractions Of The Industrial North" recording. Track 12 to 20 are selected cues from Kirchin's De Wolfe library recordings of the same period.
All tracks published by De Wolfe Music Ltd.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0666017109626
- Matrix / Runout: BP-21674 THAMESDOWN SDC || 5030905 |
|DW/LP 2973||The London Studio Group||Abstractions Of The Industrial North (10", Mono)||Music De Wolfe||DW/LP 2973||UK||1966|
|JBH 012LP||Basil Kirchin||Abstractions Of The Industrial North (LP)||Trunk Records||JBH 012LP||UK||2005|