Anything i've heard that was recorded by Radio Bremen sounds fantastic, and this is not the exception. They also used echo effects and decided that what little vocals they did use would be in English. It's not until after 3 minutes that they settle in and the audience claps at the avant playing they have just heard. Sax and flute then start to lead the way with that jazzy drumming also standing out. It picks up around 2 minutes with sax.
Ülkemizin en büyük müzik arşivinde sanatçıları kategorilendirilmiş şekilde albümlerini ve sanatçıların seslendirmiş oldukları tüm şarkıları bulabileceksiniz. Hey we even get some mellotron on one track this time. Yes this sounds excellent when they settle into this Jazzy groove with the sax playing over top. More fuzz after 6 minutes. And about music, I can say that it's standard prog jazz or Canterbury if you want , nothing special.
I like the flute and mellotron. Love the cover art by the way. If like live 'noodly jazz', you will surely enjoy the live cd's. On the debut album the band had no bass player as Roland sax and Rainer flute took turns playing it instead. Radio Bremen recorded it for their Jazz Live series.
The early seventies atmosphere created by Brainstorm on this debut of theirs is spot on, and very special-it is like a true time journey connecting with it. Not only do the members don grandma's underwear with a rather bland blank background but the album is filled with other photo ops with the group posing in their ridiculous regalia. Six of the nine tracks are from that second album but they start off with two from their debut and they end the proceedings with one last song from that particular record. Listen to music online or download for free Flies on the Square Egg Brianstorm in high quality mp3 format You found an ability to listen music online and to download Flies on the Square Egg Brianstorm on the pc or iphone. This can clearly be heard on this album. They can seem a little samey but I like them, just not as much as the tracks that follow. No they aren't the best but they are passable.
These recordings would lead them to signing a contract,but the band with a slightly different line-up had already changed their name to Brainstorm. This sounds pretty cool a minute in then it turns a little experimental with avant sounding sax and sound. Posted Sunday, December 9, 2012 Review 874226 Really a god job! The sheer diversity of style is the album's strongest attribute with different styles of jazz intermingled with rock, blues and even tango! Whether tracks are long or short, it's an exciting trip, though they hit their creative peak on the long title track, where they have more room to jam and branch out, instrumentally. Every time I look at this album I feel like throwing it in the bin - then when I listen to it - it turns out to be great. All in all, this album has stood the test of time for me, and i never tire of it-5 stars. It was re- issued by the Garden Of Delights label. It simply amazes me that this brilliant gem from 1972 hasn't been more highly regarded.
Posted Sunday, November 8, 2009 Review 248869 Brainstorm were a German band that played fusion with a sense of humour. Their approach to jazz-rock on this record is mostly unbridled and frenetic, though at times they can slow things down and even get a bit moody, though never loosing your interest for a moment. It was a fairly new concept back then this idea of businessmen brainstorming ideas and they liked the meaning of that name in relation to their music. While still Fashion Pink, the band gained popularity as a stellar live act but one fateful day the band was involved in a serious accident which left them injured and dismayed so of course they decided to change their name to Fashion Prick! You can obviously tell from my rating that I love this record. With few nasty surprises, Zappa-like supposed to be like features and shouts of craziness. The keyboardist especially liked the sound of Mike Ratledge and Dave Stewart's distorted keyboards and promptly did the same with his. While I would not say these guys defined the genre in any new way, one has to keep in mind that it was still a pretty young genre back then.
What on earth were they thinking on??!! Easily the worst record sleeve in the history of music. Album ends with 15-minutes suite - however in this point I feel a bit bored, looking for more interesting themes or bass lines that doesn't happen. Jazzy Krautrock is the order of the day, but it's played brilliantly. It seems that the album cover from the debut has turned a lot of people against this band which is a shame because these guys are brilliant musicians and they play a style that I just can't get enough of. Man every song sounds so good.
The quirky and complex drumming of Jo Koinzer leads the way, being one of the single most under-rated fusion drummers on the planet. If you are from a mobile device, then you can download the song for free on the phone in high quality mp3 format. The organ takes over followed by flute once again with the guitar helping out. But we don't listen prog because of image, right? It settles back and vocal melodies come in around 2 minutes then it kicks in. We get an intense finish. The core of the band is made up of a trio of schoolmates with conservatory training: Roland Schaeffer on sax, vibraphone, guitar, bass and vocals; Eddy von Overheidt on organ, piano and vocals; and Joe Koinzer on drums and percussion. Sadece müzik indirmek değil bunun yanında kendinize ait müzik listesini oluşturarak mp3 dinlemenin tadına varabilirsiniz.