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Second album by French ACID-PSYCHEDELIC band whose style reminds instantly of the classic debut album of SUN DIAL. An ACID-FUZZ-GUITAR heaven for solid PSYCH-HEADS only. ACID PSYCHEDELIA the way it always supposed to sound larded with mysterious and oriental atmospheres and. A true beauty of an psychrock album. Booklet comes with extensive personal linernotes by guitar player and singer Stephane Moru including rare and unseen photos (LP) LP (12"/10" Album) · SOLEIL DE GAIA · 01/10/1999 · in PSYCHEDELIC, PROGRESSIVE, FOLK. Second album by French ACID-PSYCHEDELIC band whose style reminds instantly of the classic debut album of SUN DIAL.
Murder in the Cathedral decide to play The Good‘s Gone, a title from the Who‘s first album. The band interprets this title from the early days of psychedelic pop in a minimalist way, changing the arrangement, the structure and the instrumental part in a way that the beat influences of the original version are no longer audible. The other musician on the sampler give new interpretations of titles by the Master Apprentices, Carolyn Hester, Kilburn Rovers, Pretty Things and Churchills. Apart from Murder in the Cathedral, Bevis Frond, Mushroom and several others are featuring on this sampler
Murder In The Cathedral is a French band that plays guitar driven acid rock that struck me as a cross between Bevis Frond, Cream, and Jefferson Airplane. The music has a great raw jamming sound that will transport you back to the Fillmore of 1968. The band is a trio (though there's lots of dual guitar) and includes Stephane Moru on guitars and vocals, Pascal Moru on bass and keyboards, and Gilles Lepron on drums. The band explores the paisley spectrum even further on their instrumental tracks saw the light of day in 1999. Now the music is much more structured and contains less jam-like passages.
Murder in the Cathedral. But frogs at least can be cooked and eaten. Whatever you are afraid of, in your craven apprehension, Let me ask you at the least to put on pleasant faces. And give a hearty welcome to our good Archbishop. preaches in the Cathedral on Christmas Morning, 1170 ‘. Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward me. The fourteenth verse of the second chapter of the Gospel according to Saint Luke.
The Murder in the Cathedral quotes below are all either spoken by The Chorus or refer to The Chorus. We do not wish anything to happen. We Are afraid in a fear which we cannot know, which we cannot face, which none understands, And our hearts are torn from us, our brains unskinned like the layers of an onion, our selves are lost In a final fear which none understands. O Thomas Archbishop, O Thomas our Lord, leave us and leave us be, in our humble and tarnished frame of existence.
Afraid Of from MURDER IN THE CATHEDRAL (2002) (LP). Afraid of. Lp. Soleil de GAIASG2.
|3||Bed Of Roses|
|6||Message From The Sun|
|9||God Above Suspicion|
|Murder In The Cathedral|
|12||(He Reads) Future In The Past|
|13||Before The Murder|
|14||And The Preachers Made Love Just To Prove There Is No God|
|17||I'm Gonna Dye Today|
|18||Expo 1994 (We Keep The Control Of Your Mind)|