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East Of Eden - Mercator Projected album mp3

  • Performer: East Of Eden
  • Genre: Rock
  • Title: Mercator Projected
  • Released: 2004
  • Style: Psychedelic Rock, Classic Rock
  • MP3 version size: 1188 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1665 mb
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Опубликовано: 2 апр. 2010 г. EAST OF EDEN - Mercator Projected - 1969 Dave Arbus (electric violin, flute, saxophone), Ron Caines (alto sax), Geoff Nicholson (guitar, vocals), Steve York (bass .

Mercator Projected Tracklist. 1. Northern Hemisphere Lyrics.

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This is East of Eden's first LP called Mercator Projected. Other Versions (5 of 24) View All. Cat.

East of Eden - Mercator Projected 1969 (full album) 45:17. EAST OF EDEN Mercator Projected 1 Northern Hemisphere 5:04. EAST OF EDEN Mercator Projected 2 Isadora 4:33. EAST OF EDEN Mercator Projected 5 Bathers 4:58. EAST OF EDEN Mercator Projected 6 Communion 4:04. EAST OF EDEN Mercator Projected 8 In The Stable Of The Sphinx 8:31. EAST OF EDEN Mercator Projected 3 Waterways 6:50. EAST OF EDEN Mercator Projected 7 Moth 3:55. EAST OF EDEN Mercator Projected 4 Centaur Woman 7:10.

Mercator Projected is a music studio album recording by EAST OF EDEN (Eclectic Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1969 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. How this album is so unknown is much of a question. EAST OF EDEN blended Classic Rock with jazz solos,psychedelic movements,Classical hints and bluesy riffs to create one of the most rich-sounding albums of the time. In ''Mercator projected'' the fuzzy guitars of Nicholson and the complicated bass work of York are battling with the obscure.

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Side two of the album opens with the brooding "Bathers," perhaps the most conventional progressive cut on this album and, not coincidentally, the least interesting song here. Communion," by comparison, is a composition whose inspiration was a Bartok string quartet, and is dominated by Arbus' violin. The album finishes with the high-energy "In the Stable of the Sphinx," a blazing showcase for electric guitar, violin, tenor, and alto sax that's worth the price of admission by itself and must've been amazing to hear on stage

1. Northern Hemisphere 2. Isadora 3. Waterways 4. Centaur Woman 5. Bathers 6. Communion 7. Moth 8. In The Stable Of The Sphinx Tracks 1 to 8 are their debut album Mercator Projected – released March 1969 in the UK on Deram DML 1038 (Mono) and SML 1038 (Stereo). But East Of Eden play their hand a lot broader on this album than King Crimson did on their debut. The guitars are crunchier, and the hard rock has more of a blues base. If Cream had pushed into the prog era, they might have tried stuff like this.

Fantastic album from an English group that bridged the psychedelic and progressive worlds together. East of Eden had put out a non lp single prior to their debut album, Mercator Projected, which was released in 1969 off Decca. The band formed in 1967 and was centered around classically trained violinist Dave Arbus, guitarist Geoff Nicholson and vocalist/sax player Ron Caines. The group had a strong underground following in London and in other parts of Europe but never attained the widespread success they deserved