Hugh Hopper - Anatomy Of A Facelift (Volume 9) album flac
Released: July 10, 2015. Originally Released: 2015. Tracks: . ugh's Preface.
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Hugh Colin Hopper (29 April 1945 – 7 June 2009) was a British progressive rock and jazz fusion bass guitarist Contents. Hopper also appeared on the 2004 debut solo album by No-Man singer Tim Bowness (My Hotel Year, on One Little Indian Records. 2015: Volume 9: Anatomy of Facelift (five performances of "Facelift" by Soft Machine, 1969 through 1971). 2015: Volume 10: Was A Friend (various one-off collaborations). 1976: Cruel But Fair (Hugh Hopper, Elton Dean, Keith Tippett, Joe Gallivan).
Volume 9: Anatomy Of A Facelift. This is volume nine of a ten part series curated by the late Mike King, which cherrypicks some of the best and most intriguing items from Hugh Hopper's archive. Until he died a few years ago, Hugh Hoppe, probably best known for his work with Soft Machine, was one of Britain's most versatile and innovative bass players, and this multi album set confirms what a sad loss to both jazz and rock his passing was. Vale Hugh.
Hopper's first album is probably the best one to get. It is an unusual album, but will please most fans of early avant-garde/RIO material. Hopper plays a wide array of instrument (including the mellophone and bass of course), and along with the other musicians, creates this tapestry of out-there noises and crazy effects. Also, of interest may be the albums, Hopper Tunity Box and Two Rainbows Daily (a collaboration with Alan Gowen), but as noted, start with the first album, if you are interested in Hopper's solo material.
Volume nine: anatomy of a facelift CD. RUB1,128. SOFT BOUNDARIES 7 CD. Volume 9: Anatomy of a Facelift released. Bass on Top, Vol. 8. 8 released. Volume 7: Soft Boundaries. Volume 7: Soft Boundaries released. Special Friends, Vol. 6.
Hugh Hopper - Volume 9: Anatomy of Facelift. Five performances of "Facelift", 1969 through 1971. 1967: "Love Makes Sweet Music/Feelin' Reelin' Squeelin'" This concert is inserted here only because the version of "Facelift" herein contained (over 25 minutes long) is a very special version and the full song would deserve an official treatment. 1970, 01–17, Live at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam. 1970, 04–04, Live at the Kolner Festival, Germany. 1970, 09–01, BBC Radiophonic Workshop – Eamonn Andrews explained. 1970, 09–17, Alan Black "Sound of the Seventies" (broadcast Sept. 25), recorded at the Camden Theatre in London. 1970, 10–24, Live at DeDoelen, Rotterdam – excerpt.
Hugh Hopper is perhaps the central figure of the whole Canterbury scene. Hopper was one the founder members of the seminal Wilde Flowers in 1964. ), for instance on the groundbreaking Third (1970), which featured his own Facelift, one of the Canterbury hymns alongside Nan True's Hole and Calyx. Hopper left Soft Machine in May 1973, shortly after the release of his first solo album, 1984, which had good jazz-rock instrumentals on one side, and a long experimental and partly improvised composition/collage on the other.
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- Recorded At – Le Bataclan
- Recorded At – Actuel Festival, Belgium
- Recorded At – Fairfield Hall
- Recorded At – Henie-Onstad Kunstsenter
- Recorded At – Het Turfschip
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Gonzo Multimedia
- Copyright (c) – Christine Hopper
- Manufactured By – www.keyproduction.co.uk
- Pressed By – Sony DADC UK Ltd.
- Alto Saxophone – Elton Dean (tracks: 3, 4)
- Bass Guitar – Hugh Hopper (tracks: 2 to 6)
- Cornet – Marc Charig
- Drums – Robert Wyatt (tracks: 2 to 6)
- Electric Piano – Mike Ratledge (tracks: 3 to 6)
- Engineer – Bob Woolford (tracks: 4)
- Executive-Producer – Rob Ayling*
- Organ – Mike Ratledge (tracks: 2 to 6)
- Other [Music Courtesy Of] – Henie Onstad Art Centre (tracks: 5), Steve Feigenbaum (tracks: 6), Theo Hayes (tracks: 6)
- Other [Music Provided By] – Aymeric Leroy (tracks: 3), Philippe Martinault (tracks: 2)
- Producer – Michael King
- Saxello – Elton Dean (tracks: 4)
- Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Lyn Dobson (tracks: 3, 4)
- Text By [Essay] – Lois Frith
- Trombone – Nick Evans (tracks: 3)
NotesTrack 1: Workshop Session, Cremona, Italy. March 3rd, 2007
Track 2: Recorded at Le Bataclan, Paris, June 25th, 1969 ~ Mono source, audience recording
Track 3: BYG/Actuel Festival, Amougies, Belgium, Oct. 28th, 1969 ~ Mono off-air radio recording
Track 4; Fairfield Halls, Croydon, Sussex, England. January 4th 1970 ~ Ambient stereo reel
Track 5: Henie Onstad Art Centre, Oslo, Norway. February 27th 1971 ~Ambient stereo reel
Track 6: Turfschip, Breda, The Netherlands. March 28th 1971 ~Board stereo reel
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