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    Duktilar

    6 years ago

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    Jan 27,  · Provided to YouTube by Believe SAS A Drum a Drum · Art Zoyd Berlin ℗ art zoyd Released on: Author: Thierry Zaboitzeff Composer: Thierry Zaboitzeff Auto-generated by YouTube.
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    Kazrabar

    6 years ago

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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Berlin on Discogs. Label: Ausfahrt - • Format: Vinyl LP, Album • Country: Germany • Genre: Electronic, Jazz, Rock • Style: Modern Classical, Experimental.
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    Faejinn

    6 years ago

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    By the time "Berlin" came out, the transition of Art Zoyd from traditional instruments to a more electronic was underway. Though there are still physical instruments involved on this album, the electronic sound is more prevalent on this one as it continues to take over for the next decade.
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    Grojora

    6 years ago

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    Because France's Art Zoyd was a member of the Rock In Opposition (RIO) movement—a loose confederation of bands making left of center music and subverting the conventions of the music business—they are often characterized as a progressive rock band. But after a brief early period with a standard rock configuration, their instrumentation and musical style came to have more in common .
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    Muran

    6 years ago

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    Beautiful sitar, tar, keyboards, guitar, trumpet, flute, piano, fiddle, tabla, bongos, and frame drum work together to bring her unique musical style to life. On Nectar of the Name, her debut album, there is a simple and stunning blend of instrumentation on soul-stirring vocals that are not to be missed.
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    Taujinn

    6 years ago

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    In , Art Zoyd released their first album, toured with Magma and within a few years were invited to become one of only eight members of the Rock In Opposition Movement, a musician-led organization of some of the most cutting edge bands from Europe who banded together to .
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    Nikok

    6 years ago

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    Art Zoyd - Berlin () A dark, dense, dissonant cacophony generated by a big ol' pile o' instruments, including synths, strings, horns, organ, piano, and percussion, with structurally ambitious, experimental compositions to boot.
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    Mabei

    6 years ago

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    Mar 19,  · Of the Art Zoyd albums I've heard (Berlin, Marriage, Nosferatu, and an odd double CD of misc. stuff) this one, Berlin, is probably the most coherent and approachable. If you know the music of Univers Zero and the offshoot band Present, you'll have some idea what to expect here /5(4).
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    Daizuru

    6 years ago

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