- Performer:John Cale
- Style:Art Rock,Experimental
- Date of release:October 27, 1998
- Recording date:1997
- Recording location:L.P.G. Studio, New York, NY
- Size FLAC version1361 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1754 megabytes
- Size WMA version1520 megabytes
- Formats:TTA MP2 AC3 MMF MP4 MP1
June 1, 1974 is a live album of songs performed at the Rainbow Theatre in London on the titular date. The album is officially attributed to Kevin Ayers, John Cale, Brian Eno and Nico, although other well-known musicians, including Mike Oldfield, Robert Wyatt and Ollie Halsall, also contributed to the concert. The cover photograph was taken by Mick Rock in the foyer of the Rainbow Theatre shortly before the concert began
Fear is the fourth solo studio album by Welsh musician John Cale, released on 1 October 1974 by Island Records. Fear is the first of Cale's three studio albums for Island Records, all of which were released in a period of just over a year. During this time Cale was also producing records for other artists, working on albums such as Horses by Patti Smith, one of the most influential of all proto-punk records.
The piece celebrates the life and work of singer, musician, and poet Nico. She was a friend of Cale's and a key part of the Velvet Underground. Six-member string ensemble Ice Nine, an electric guitarist, a keyboard player, and a percussionist perform the music. The album was recorded live during a performance in the Netherlands, and is richly rendered, with a sonic breadth one might associate with a live classical music recording. The moods evoked range from the somber and atmospheric to the playful and witty.
Listen to music from Lou Reed, John Cale, Nico like Wild Child, Femme fatale & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Lou Reed, John Cale, Nico. Le Bataclan '72 is a fourteen-track live album by Lou Reed, John Cale and Nico. It was recorded from the soundboard and heavily bootlegged over the years, before it gained an official release in 2004. This is the legendary show recorded at the Bataclan club in Paris, on January 29 1972.
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I signed Cale and Nico to Island, and invited Eno and Phil Manzanera to work on Cale's album," Williams said. Eno was a founding member of Roxy Music, and though he left after their second album in 1973, his influence has never left the group. Eno went solo, issuing two of the 1974's most eclectic and exciting albums, 'Here Come the Warm Jets' and 'Taking Tiger Mountain by Strategy. Joining the four were future touring Who member John 'Rabbit' Bundrick on keyboards and guitarist Mike Oldfield, who was in the midst of huge solo success with his 'Tubular Bells' album. Former Soft Machine drummer and vocalist Robert Wyatt was also on hand. Coincidentally, the concert was exactly one year to the day that Wyatt tragically fell out of a window, leaving him paralyzed from the waist down.
CreditsJohn Cale - Composer, Piano, Primary Artist, Vocals
Ice 9 - Performer, Primary Artist
Nico - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
|1||Intro John Cale||John Cale feat: Ice 9||4:13|
|2||New York Underground John Cale||John Cale feat: Ice 9||3:52|
|3||Night Club Theme John Cale||John Cale feat: Ice 9||2:09|
|4||Modelling John Cale||John Cale feat: Ice 9||10:22|
|5||Out of China John Cale||John Cale feat: Ice 9||5:04|
|6||Death Camp John Cale||John Cale feat: Ice 9||3:41|
|7||Ari Sleepy Too John Cale||John Cale feat: Ice 9||4:44|
|8||Iceberg I John Cale||John Cale feat: Ice 9||7:40|
|9||Jim John Cale||John Cale feat: Ice 9||5:10|
|10||Iceberg II John Cale||John Cale feat: Ice 9||8:02|
|11||España John Cale||John Cale||9:46|
|12||Nibelungen Nico||John Cale feat: Nico||2:42|