8 thoughts on “ Angle Dance - The Muffins - (CD, Album) ”

  1. Robbie Robertson was once asked why he waited 11 years after the breakup of the Band to release a solo project, and he replied, "I wasn't so sure I had something to say." One can hear a bit of this thinking in Robertson's self-titled solo debut; it's obvious that he didn't care to revisit the country- and blues-flavored roots rock that had been his bread and butter with the Band, and at the.
  2. Feb 17,  · Spent some time on this one. I rendered it with a rip version of music right from the CD. Also, since the VCR tape is so old, and kept going outta sync with the CD audio, I had to add 1/10 sec.
  3. Almost entirely instrumental, the Muffins' music was a unique blend of Canterbury progressive, fusion, improvisation and much more. The group was formed in the Washington, DC area in the early '70s by Dave Newhouse (keyboards), Billy Swan (vocals, bass and guitar), Tom Scott (woodwinds) and Michael Zentner (guitar and violin). Stuart Abramowitz played drums from August until July
  4. Extremely underrated album and sadly still not available on CD. Luna Park is one of my favorite tracks ever. I would love to see this finally on CD with bonus tracks from the live EP and the b-sides from the singles (especially Girl Fat). Although I do not know how they will manage the endless loop for the run-off groove ending of the title track.
  5. Take Your Clothes Off When You Dance: CD: feat. music of Frank Zappa: Rune CD: DownBeat's Album of the Year, Rune October Wadada Leo Smith: America's National Parks (disc 2) CD: The Muffins CD: originally released January Happy The Man: Live: CD.
  6. Martha & the Muffins - Trance & Dance:Expanded Edition [CD] Music Martha & The Muffins - Trance & Dance:expanded Edition (CD NEW) Label: Cherry Red Format: CD Release Date: No. of Discs: 1 EAN: Album Tracks 1. Luna Park 2. Suburban Dream 3. Was Ezo 4. Teddy The Dink 5. Symptomatic Love 6. Primal Weekend 7.
  7. The album was produced by the band themselves as well as the Jazzworx team of Robin Kohl, Tebogo Moloto and LeRoy Croft. The result of this intensive recording experience is an eleven track aural adventure called ‘Have You Heard?’ released in late May
  8. I was stuck in a dark place, all alone with nothing to do. Then I heard Corey Feldman's masterpiece of an album Angelic 2 the Core, and it motivated me. I cruised around the city in my hot pink Chevrolet Monte Carlo and blasted this album non stop, and it attracted all of the females/5(49).

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