Complete your Bob Downes Open Music collection. Inventive arrrangements notwithstanding, much on this album sounds forced. A few tracks could pass for accompanying music to some seventies BBC police series. The flute of Downes himself is beyond critisism: agile and expressive all the way. Still the overall sound is asthmatic and thick.
Electric city is a music studio album recording by BOB DOWNES' OPEN MUSIC (Jazz ive Rock) released in 1970 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Only for completionists (8%).
Artist: Bob Downes Open Music Title: Electric City Year Of Release: 1970/2007 Label: Vertigo Genre: Prog Rock, Jazz Rock Quality: Mp3 320, Flac (tracks,. Bob Downes was a well-known "studio rat" or a "session man" that played on many 60's records, from MANFRED MANN to ANDWELLA'S DREAM (and later on EGG); and his fantastic flute was second to JETHRO TULL's Ian Anderson only. By the turn of the decade, he had decided to try his own luck and 1970 was a particularly fruitful year for him: 2 full solo album and one collaboration. Released on the legendary Vertigo swirl label, Electric City was a strange album between avant-garde jazz and hard rock.
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Open Music was Bob Downes' debut album, recorded for the Philips label in 1969 and his impact on the UK scene was such that he was voted top place in the flute category of the Melody Maker jazz poll's British musician section for three consecutive years from 1972. It has until now never been reissued on CD and rare vinyl copies have attracted high sums in second-hand markets. Although Downes is best known for his flute playing, he is a genuine t, playing no fewer than seven instruments on this album, including the less conventional, acetate paper. EAC extraction logfile from 27. August 2010, 1:05. Bob Downes Open Music, Electric City. Used drive : Optiarc DVD+-RW ND-3570A Adapter: 0 ID: 0. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No.
Bob Downes is a talented t and composer and this album was one of his incursions into the world of jazz-rock, although he was equally at home playing in a free jazz context with his acoustic Open Music trio. Originally released on Polygram's Vertigo label, Electric City boasts the cream of British jazz musicians including Ian Carr, Kenny Wheeler, Harry Beckett, Chris Spedding, Ray Russell, Daryl Runswick and Harry Miller
Discography of Bob Downes Open Music.
Electric City is quite a mixed bag; a batch of vocal tunes sports the album's most overtly rock-oriented, groove-based arrangements, and vocals by Downes himself. To say that Downes' vocal gifts are not on par with his head-turning instrumental talents would be putting it kindly, but there are plenty of other sides to this outing. It's here that the sax and flute skills of Downes.
|A1||No Time Like The Present|
|A2||Keep Off The Glass|
|A3||Don't Let Tomorrow Get You Down|
|A4||Dawn Until Dawn|
|A5||Go Find Me|
|B3||In Your Eyes|
|B5||Gonna Take A Journey|
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