Magma - Concert 1971 - Bruxelles - Théâtre 140 mp3 flac
Recorded in Brussels at Théâtre 140 on the 12th of November 1971. First performance of "Mekanïk Kommandöh" (track 2-4) before a live audience. Issued in foldout card sleeve. Rights Society: SACEM SDRM.
Concert 1971, Bruxelles - Th��tre 140 is a music live recording by MAGMA (Zeuhl/Progressive Rock) released in 1996 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(22%). This album is for probably for Magma fans only. That said the quality was never a hinderance to my enjoyment of the album. Now on to the album itself.
Seventh Records – AKT VIII (France). Recorded in Brussels at Théâtre 140 on the 12th of November 1971. Thanks to snobb for the addition. Concert 1971: Theatre 140 Bruxelles Seventh Records 2018.
Tracklist: CD 1: 01. Stöah (5:23) 02. Kobaïa (7:24) 03. Aïna (6:17) 04. Rïah Sahïltaahk (19:09).
This archival Magma double disc album represents a concert recorded on 12th of November, 1971 in Brussels, Belgium at Theatre 140. The septet known from 1001 Centigrades (that is, with the three man horn section and minus the guitarist Claude Engel from the first album) performs a set culling material from the first two albums, plus two later Magma standards that were new at the time. Sound quality is clearly bootleg quality, as the balance between instruments isn’t the best. Magma, Concert 1971 Bruxelles - Theatre 140 CD1. Used drive : PIONEER DVD-RW DVR-220RS Adapter: 0 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
Bruxelles : Théatre 140 (1971). Album Name Bruxelles : Théatre 140 (1971). Released date 21 June 1996. Labels Seventh Records. Members owning this album1.
Title: Concert 1971: Theatre 140 Bruxelles. With the musicians featuring on the album Magma 2, the band plays pieces taken from Kobaia and from 1001° Centigrades, the first two albums of the band. Read full description. See details and exclusions. See all 6 brand new listings.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label AKT (3) (catalog number AKT VIII). This album was released in 1996 year. The album included the following session artists
The Concert (or The Perils of Everybody) is a ballet made by Jerome Robbins, subsequently New York City Ballet's ballet master, to Chopin's: The décor was by Saul Steinberg, the costumes by Irene Sharaff and the lighting by Ronald Bates. The premiere took place at City Center of Music and Drama, New York, on Tuesday, 6 March 1956. Darque used his engineering skills to design a battle suit allowing him to become Magma. He then developed an underground crime organization. Darque/Magma created a device he called the Long Range Sonic Stata Scanner (LRSSS), which enabled him to discover the epicentres of earthquakes before they erupted. He also used the machine to generate waves causing earthquakes; this enabled him to blackmail the Mayor of New York City. At the publication time of this story, the historical Mayor was Ed Koch).
|«Iss» Lanseï Doïa||11:20|
|Ki Ïahl O Lïahk||9:36|
|Sowiloï (Soï Soï)||6:58|
|AKT VIII||Magma||Concert 1971 - Bruxelles - Théâtre 140 (2xCD, Album)||AKT||AKT VIII||France||1996|
|DAKT8V-2||Magma||Concert 1971 - Bruxelles - Théâtre 140 (2xCD, Album, RM, Pap)||Seventh Records, Disk Union||DAKT8V-2||Japan||2018|
|AKT VIII||Magma||Concert 1971 - Bruxelles - Théâtre 140 (2xCD, RP)||AKT||AKT VIII||France||Unknown|