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Tim Blake - Crystal Machine album mp3
Art Rock
  • Performer:
    Tim Blake
  • Title:
    Crystal Machine
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    Art Rock
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    1857 megabytes
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    1331 megabytes
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Tim Blake ‎– Crystal Machine. Género: Electronic, Rock. Estilo: Space Rock, Experimental, Ambient. comentando Crystal Machine, LP, Album, 90. 45. Esoteric release ECLEC 2578 has three bonus tracks, Surf, Synthese I, Synthese II. Responder Notifícame Helpful. comentando Crystal Machine, CD, Album, RE, VP211CD.

Tim Blake - Crystal Machine - 1977 France EGG 90. 45 vinyl music LP record. Tim blake (keyboards) - crystal machine used - very. I am ever so glad Tim Blake did pursue a solo career in electronic music, and while the album isn't perfect, I really dig the '70s vibe and analog synth sounds and this is a required addition to your progressive electronic collection.

The reason Tim Blake is important is because he took the opposite approach entirely. Schooled in Gong and soon to dignify Hawkwind, Blake is a composer first, a technician a very distant second. And if New Jerusalem, his solo debut, represents a peak which electronic rock in general has yet to top, Crystal Machine is at least equal to the task

Tim Blake - Crystal Machine. Tim Blake - Crystal Machine. 28 November 2016 ·. Liquid Laser Diffractions Tim Blake - Crystal Machine, Tim Blake and Patrice Warrener.

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Tim Blake - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer, Recording, Synthesizer
Jacques Darnys - Recording

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Midnight Tim Blake 6:23
2 Metro/Logic Tim Blake 6:29
3 Last Ride of the Boogie Child Tim Blake Tim Blake 7:52
4 Synthese Intemporel Tim Blake 15:35
5 Crystal Presence Tim Blake 2:04

The first post-Gong solo album from keyboard player Tim Blake, Crystal Machine is a fascinating—if uneven—LP. From spacey electronic music (‘Midnight’) via keyboard-driven grooves (‘Metro logic’) to the spare jauntiness of ‘Last ride of the boogie child’ (complete with unconvincing vocals), this combination of studio and live recordings has a charm that will beguile fans of analogue synth music but might be an acquired taste for newcomers. Centrepiece ‘Synthese intemporel’ is pure Klaus Schulze (in a very good way). Soon after this release, Blake joined Hawkwind, with whom he played on and off for years.