Dedalus - Materiale Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico download mp3 album
Their eponymous first album Dedalus was released in 1973. A year after Furio left the group in 1974, a second, more experimental album, Materiale per tre esecutori e nastro magnetico was released. A third album was recorded but has never been released. By the end of the seventies Dedalus effectively ceased to exist until being revived in the early nineties by Bonansone, Di Castri and Grosso. In 1997 (the year after Grosso left the band) they released 'Pia Visione', recorded at Dedalus Studio in Turin.
Dedalus first album already featured experimental moments, but "Materiale per Tre Esecutori e Nastro Magnetico" goes much further in that way and clearly belongs to the avant garde genre, not to the prog or jazzrock world anymore. Expect free jazz and experimentations, with a dissonant saxophone and noises of all sorts.
Get the Tempo of the tracks from Materiale Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico (1973) by Dedalus. This album has an average beat per minute of 125 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 88/160 BPM). Tracklist Materiale per tre esecutori e nastro magnetico.
The first Dedalus album (self-titled) is a renowned progressive album that toed the line between rock and avant-garde. It sounded like a cross between Soft Machine and Stockhausen. The second record, which saw the group shrink to a trio (the bassist left the band) is so much further out, so radically different, I don’t think there’s any way you can describe it as rock, let alone progressive rock. Oh, and Nurse With Wound List alert. Better late than never. 01. Rumore Bianco 02. Emergenze 03.
Artist: Dedalus Title Of Album: Materiale Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico Year Of Release: 2002 Genre: Progressive RockJazzFusion Label: Vinyl Magic Country: Italia Format: FLACtracks+. Tracklist: 01. Santiago (9:13) 02.
DEDALUS showed on their debut album that they were certainly open-minded and willing to take risks and experiment but absolutely no one, especially the jazz-rock-fusion fans of their debut could have seen this one coming. For some reason, DEDALUS decided it was time to move on after one album of primo jazz-fusion workouts and go to even stranger pastures. In this case they took on a real career killer and tackled musique concrète and pointillistic surrealism.
|Discorso Su Due Piani||2:51|
|Spazio Di Sei Note||5:30|
|La Bergera, Da Un Canto Popolare Anonimo||1:53|
|Con Più Frequenza||2:46|
|Improvvisazione Per Violoncello, Sassofono Tenore, Batteria E Percussioni||8:28|
|TRI 1008, TRI. 1008||Dedalus||Materiale Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico (LP, Album)||Trident , Trident||TRI 1008, TRI. 1008||Italy||1974|
|ARC-7006||Dedalus||Materiale Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico (CD, Album, RE)||Arcàngelo, Trident||ARC-7006||Japan||2002|
|Tri 1008||Dedalus||Materiale Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico (CD, Album, RE)||Trident 2||Tri 1008||Italy||2002|
|AMSLP 72||Dedalus||Materiale Per Tre Esecutori E Nastro Magnetico (LP, Album, RE, 180)||AMS||AMSLP 72||Italy||2014|