- Title:In Time Was
- Style:Post-Bop,Jazz Instrument
- Date of release:July, 1986
- Recording date:July, 1986
- Size FLAC version1919 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1677 megabytes
- Size WMA version1762 megabytes
- Formats:AAC MP1 RA MOD AC3 DXD
NWOBHM legends Iron Maiden released their album Somewhere In Time on this day in 1986. It’s one of their most intricately detailed album covers and layered with many in-jokes and nods to their past. Artist Derek Riggs spent weeks on the 32-inch by 15-inch painting. It wore me out quite severely, Riggs revealed in Martin Popoff’s book Run For Cover: The Art Of Derek Riggs. I was living in London at the time, and working on that for two months, and it took three months in all – I just had to stop, because I had had enough. It got into my head and I just couldn’t see anything else.
Child in Time is the debut album by British jazz-rock fusion band Ian Gillan Band, released in 1976. The album took its title from the Deep Purple 1970 song "Child in Time", a version of which appears on side two of the LP. The album reached No. 36 on Swedish charts and No. 55 in UK. This was Ian Gillan's first release after leaving Deep Purple, and also features his former Deep Purple colleague bassist Roger Glover as album's producer.
Closing Time is the debut album by American singer-songwriter Tom Waits, released in March 1973 on Asylum Records. Produced and arranged by former Lovin' Spoonful member Jerry Yester, Closing Time was the first of seven of Waits' major releases by Asylum. The album is noted for being predominantly folk influenced although Waits intended for Closing Time to be "a jazz, piano-led album.
It's Album Time is the debut studio album by Norwegian DJ and record producer Todd Terje, released on 8 April 2014 by Olsen Records. The album was self-produced by Terje and was recorded in a span of three years. The album debuted at number 2 in Terje's home country of Norway, number 4 on the Billboard Dance/Electronic Albums chart, number 23 on the UK Albums Chart, and number 6 on the UK Dance Albums chart.
Performed in front of a live TV audience, Deep Purple storm through the amazing song 'Child In Time'. This song features the classic Mk2 line up of aice/Blackmore. Child in Time (Live Version).
The album starts off with the title track, Caught Somewhere in Time. In the intro guitar synths are used effectively to imply the time traveling themes of the lyrics, though they nearly disappear as the song progresses. The guitar's give off a futuristic feel, and maintain an excellent pace. Of course, the bass isn�t going to be left in the dust. For Caught Somewhere in Time, Steve Harris gallops along on his bass guitar. For a band that had hardly changed its style over 5 albums, Somewhere in Time was an adventurous release. Though not as powerful as Powerslave, Somewhere in Time is an excellent effort from Iron Maiden. From the brilliant cover art to the last riff on Alexander the Great, Iron Maiden continued to impress the world with their amazing releases, excellent musicianship, and insane performances. Somewhere in Time is definitely an album you won't want to miss.
records captured a stripped-down, live sound, Out of Time was lush with sonic detail, featuring string sections, keyboards, mandolins, and cameos from everyone from rapper KRS-One to the B-52's' Kate Pierson. s ambitions is impressive, and the record sounds impeccable, its sunny array of pop and folk songs as refreshing as Michael Stipe's decision to abandon explicitly political lyrics for the personal.
It's Album Time is, as advertised, his first full-length album. The title sets the tone: Casual, confident, and unburdened by the imagined need for significance that scares so many good dance producers into losing their cool when given a bigger platform. Most of the music on it could be classified as disco, with shades of cocktail lounge, exotica, surf instrumentals, and other styles that favor whimsy and novelty over sober artistic expression. Everything about It's Album Time and Terje's ether it's the fart-like synth sounds, the conga-line enthusiasm, or the promo photos of him flexing his minor biceps with a pout on his face-is so studiously carefree that he sometimes seems less like a human being than an all-night party incarnate.
For the first time the public was made aware that Eminem realized the effect his music had on everyone, which he goes in to greater detail on in White America, Without Me and Sing for the Moment. This certainly displayed his growth into a more mature artist, as he even included a love song to his daughter on it. Notably absent from the album are songs designed to shock, or incite controversy for the sake of it. Eminem dialled back the antics to prove that he was more than capable of making a more serious, thought provoking album.
CreditsMorten Amundsen - Translation
Bobby Bradford - Cornet, Primary Artist
Detail - Primary Artist
Johnny Dyani - Bass
Frode Gjerstad - Composer, Liner Notes, Sax (Tenor)
John Stevens - Drums
|1||In Time Was, Pt. 1 Frode Gjerstad||Detail||12:56|
|2||In Time Was, Pt. 2 Frode Gjerstad||Detail||26:54|
|3||In Time Was, Pt. 3 Frode Gjerstad||Detail||8:15|