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John Cale & Terry Riley - Church Of Anthrax flac
Performer: John Cale & Terry Riley
Title: Church Of Anthrax
Label: Columbia
Country: Netherlands
Style: Modern Classical, Abstract, Minimal, Avantgarde
Cat: 47 4604-2
Rating: 4.1/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 1475 mb | MP3 size: 2857 mb | WMA size: 1322 mb
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Tracklist

1The Protege2:47
2Church Of Antrax9:00
3The Soul Of Patrick Lee
Vocals – Adam Miller
2:47
4The Hall Of Mirrors In The Palace At Versailles7:55
5Ides Of March11:03

Credits

  • Artwork By [Cover Art] – Kim Whitesides
  • Artwork By [Cover Design] – John Berg, Richard Mantel
  • Bass, Harpsichord, Piano, Guitar, Viola, Organ, Other [Liner Notes]John Cale
  • EngineerDon Meehan
  • Photography – Don Hunstein
  • Piano, Organ, Saxophone [Soprano]Terry Riley
  • ProducerJohn Cale, John McClure

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Album

Church of Anthrax is a collaborative studio album by musicians John Cale and Terry Riley. It was released in February 1971 by record label Columbia, nearly a year after the material was recorded in fact, it was recorded prior to Cale's solo debut Vintage Violence. The Soul of Patrick Lee is the only vocal track on the album all others are instrumentals. No singles were taken from the album. Though Cale was trained in a similar aesthetic he played with La Monte Young, surely the most minimal of all minimalist composers, he had largely left it behind by 1971, and so Church of Anthrax mixes Riley's drones and patterns with a more muscular and melodic bent versed in both free jazz and experimental rock. Only for completionists 2. A stunning second album, this Church Of Anthrax is easily Cale's top achievement in his career, even if this is just another album for Terry Riley. Let me explain before you hurl a bunch of insults at me. According to Cale he dug out the funk hidden in Riley's hypnotic patterns of organ and soprano saxophone. Whatever, this unique fusion of minimalism, experimental rock and free jazz is not as hard to digest as one could expect. Lista de faixas. Church Of Anthrax. The Hall Of Mirrors In The Palace At Versailles. John Cale And Terry Riley - Church Of Anthrax CD, Album, RE, RM. Wounded Bird Records. WOU 131. Church of Anthrax It is common when John Cale and Terry Riley doing the uncommon things. An experimentation session between two minimalism devotion composer. Responder Notifique-me Helpful. Songs in album Church Of Anthrax 1971. John Cale Riley - Church Of Anthrax. John Cale Riley - The Hall Of Mirrors In The Palace At Versailles. John Cale Riley - The Soul Of Patrick Lee. John Cale Riley - Ides Of March. John Cale Riley - The Protege. Other albums by John Cale, Terry Riley. Terry Riley. Atlantis Nath. Shri Camel. Happy Ending. Church of Anthrax is a collaboration between John Cale and Terry Riley, who had worked together in New York in the Sixties, as documented on Cale's 2000 archive release Stainless Steel Gamelan. The record was released in February 1971 by Cale's record company, Columbia Records, near read more. The record was released in February 1971 by Cale's record company, Columbia Records, nearl. Terry Melcher, Terry Melcher. Melcher, the son of Doris Day and the producer of multiple Byrds records, was also famous for almost having recorded Charles Manson and moving out of the house where Sharon Tate was murdered. On this album, he sang like an animal with its leg caught in a trap. JOHNRILEY,TERRY CALE - CHURCH OF ANTHRAX CD NEW SEALED BUT BOTTOM GOT WET Condition: Brand New. Time left: 6h 20m 13s Ships to: Worldwide. John Cale & Terry Riley - Church Of Anthrax - Columbia LP NM- Promo Condition: Used. Time left: 15h 1m 56s Ships to: Worldwide. John Cale,John Cale,Terry Riley : Church of Anthrax CD 1993 Condition: Very Good. Time left: 1d 8h 6m 17s Ships to: Worldwide. John Cale & Terry Riley album bestography. Higher ranked This album 28,837th Lower ranked -Church Of Anthrax-. Upcoming concerts. About Church of Anthrax. Collaboration between John Cale, who had recently left The Velvet Underground, and modernist orchestral composer Terry Riley. They had both previously worked with avant-garde composer La Monte Young, who specialised in drone based music. This album is mostly composed of improvised instrumental music with a surprisingly heavy and upbeat edge. Four of the songs are instrumentals written by both artists. The Soul of Patrick Lee is writ