Download Tony Conrad With Faust - Outside The Dream Syndicate
|1||From The Side Of The Machine||26:04|
|2||From The Side Of Man And Womankind||26:58|
|3||From The Side Of Woman And Mankind||20:04|
- Composed By – Tony Conrad
- Design [CD Design], Art Direction – Jon Malic
- Engineer – Kurt Graupner
- Performer – Jean-Hervé Peron, Rudolf Sosna, Tony Conrad, Werner Diermaier
- Producer – Uwe Nettelbeck
Recorded at Wümme, West Germany, October 1972.
Digitally remastered, Buffalo, New York, October, 1993.
Tracks 1 and 2 originally released on LP in 1973 by Caroline (UK).
Track 3 is a previously unreleased bonus track.
With "Table Of The Elements" stamps
Special thanks to Ken Zirkman and Gerry Weber, without whom this release would not have been possible. Computer design consultation by Jim Morton. Thanks to the Just Intonation Network.
Total running time: 73:08.
© & ℗ Tony Conrad MCMLXXII.
- Matrix / Runout (mirror image): L805 8837 LITHIUM L80305-08 A
- Other: IFPI 2F55
- Copyright (c) – Tony Conrad
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Tony Conrad
- Recorded At – Wümme
To be honest, this album looks like more to Tony Conrad's explorations in experimentation sounds and insistent droning performances than FAUST's hybrid. Tony Conrad with Faust. Outside the Dream Syndicate. The Orchard Music от лица компании. Outside the Dream Syndicate - Tony Conrad, Faust. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Outside the Dream Syndicate is a 1973 album by United States avant-garde composer Tony Conrad in collaboration with German krautrock group Faust. The album marks Conrad's first and only musical release for many years, and remains his best known musical work. It is considered a classic of minimalist and drone music. Pitchfork exclaims for a moment in Outside the Dream Syndicate, one forgets what exactly is moving and what is standing still. Complétez votre collection Tony Conrad With Faust. Outside The Dream Syndicate is collaboration record between avant-garde composer Tony Conrad and the krautrock group Faust, it was originally released in 1973 on Caroline Records, 20 years later the compact disk reissue was released, with an extra track From The Side Of Woman And Mankind and only in 2016 a vinyl reissue came out. Outside the Dream Syndicate is a 1973 collaboration album by United States avant-garde filmmaker Tony Conrad and German krautrock group Faust. Pitchfork Media exclaims for a moment in Outside the Dream Syndicate, one forgets what exactly is moving and what is standing still. The original LP contained two 26-minute pieces. The album was digitally remastered in 1993 and released on CD by Table of the read more. Consisting of three epic tracks, each topping out in excess of 20 minutes, the album is hypnotically contemplative the music shifts in subtle - almost subliminal - fashion, and the deeper one listens, the more rewarding it becomes. Tony Conrad & Faust. Alternative 1972. The Side of Man and Womankind. The Side of the Machine. 2 Songs, 55 Minutes. Released 1972. 2016 Superior Viaduct. Drone Ambient Minimal. Faust , Tony Conrad. Songs in album Outside The Dream Syndicate 1973. Faust ft. Tony Conrad - From The Side Of Man And Womankind. Tony Conrad - From The Side Of The Machine. Tony Conrad - From The Side Of Woman And Mankind. Update Required To play the media you will need to either update your browser to a recent version or update your Flash plugin. Conrad, with the Krautrockers of FAUST in a supporting role. But the second half of the LP From the Side of the Machines reversed the marquee sequence and put the Germans in charge of building an equally relentless groove, more like rock 'n' roll, according to Conrad. Now with Conrad doing his trademark monotonous violin scraping over Faust's rhythm section,cleverly underplaying, this is Fausts best album of the 70's. I bet Fripp ,Eno,and Bowie were livid that Tony never came to them for his rock crossover album. It might have had something to do with the fact that none of them were on Virgin at the time. This is as close as Conrad came to selling it wasn't such a slow burner it may have entered the lower reaches of the British charts