sábado, 13 de março de 2010

Enoch Light And The Light Brigade presents Patterns In Sound - (196-)

01 - Enoch Light: April In Portugal
02 - Enoch Light: Someone To Light Up My Life
03 - Tony Mottola: Tony's Tune
04 - Tony Mottola: Georgia On My Mind
05 - Lew Davis: Hold Me
06 - Lew Davis: A Tower Of Strength
07 - Enoch Light: Theme From 'The Sand Pebbles'
08 - Enoch Light: Born Free
09 - Bob And Phil: Blowin' In The Wind
10 - Bob And Phil: Pussyfoot
11 - Enoch Light: So Nice (Summer Samba)/Samba de Verão (Marcos Valle-Paulo Sergio Valle-Vers. Norman Gimbel)
12 - Enoch Light: Workin' In The Coalmine

Notes from Third Island Blogspot: This re-badged Project 3 release was not for sale, but bundled with sales of the Kriesler Multi-Sonic Stereogram, a worthy edition to any space-age bachelor (or bachelorette) pad. No mention of Enoch or Project 3 on the front cover, but the label reveals all. What is a Kriesler Multi-Sonic Stereogram you ask? Why, it is a gramophone with attached dynamic microphone (observe the picture from the back cover showing two swingin' young things rocking out with their KMSS) and multi-sound sockets for tape recording and playback. In short, it was the karaoke machine of the 60's. See the back cover scans for a full list of the uses of the Kriesler Multi-Sonic Stereogram. As is to be expected on these demonstration records, there's a fair swag of bombastic, speaker poppin' full orchestra freakouts, but check out the classy Tony Mottola numbers and the fabulous jazzed up version of 'Blowin' in the Wind' by Bob and Phil and the Orchestra.

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