David Pritchard - Nocturnal Earthworm Stew (Bouilabaisse Nocturne Aux Vers De Terre) download album
- Album: Nocturnal Earthworm Stew (Bouilabaisse Nocturne Aux Vers De Terre)
- FLAC: 1703 mb | MP3: 1557 mb
- Released: 1976
- Style: Abstract, Industrial, Minimal, Experimental
- Rating: 4.7/5
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Release: Nocturnal Earthworm Stew (Bouilabaisse Nocturne Aux Vers De Terre) Label: Island Records Released: 1976 Genre: Electronic Style: Abstract.
Composed By, Producer, Engineer – David Pritchard (3). Mastered By – 'Smilin' George Graves. I wondered if this is the same David Pritchard that does the jazz fusion thing, and the album, Unassigned Territory? Reply Notify me Helpful.
Nocturnal Earthworm Stew "An Electronic Rendering Of The Night". 7a. The Evil Ogre Interlude. Composed By, Producer, Engineer – David Pritchard (3). The tracklisting on the CD cover is erroneous. 3d and 3e are seperate songs but included in CD index point 3. Back cover scan shows erroneous tracklist.
While Nocturnal Earthworm Stew was reissued on CD by Pacemaker Entertainment in 2004, this one deserves the proper vinyl treatment. Bunny & The Lakers – Numbers (1979). Opening with a mechanical shriek lasting several minutes, the rest of Numbers is a collage of quirky pop songs, experimental jams, and a 10-minute-long kraut-inspired opus entitled "Batlore," which sounds like it was recorded from a room beside the studio.
Nocturnal Earthworm Stew by David Pritchard, released 10 March 2017 1. Le Chien Chaud 2. Wax Wings 3. The Harry Parchment Pieces 4. Yellow Stickers 5. Nash Metropolitan 6. An Admission of Guilt 7. Under the Palms 8. Birth of Merlin 9. The Evil Ogre Interlude, Satan's Seaside Walk 10. The March of Mallory Bat 11. Thunderpeal 12. Cats N' Cabbage 13. Morning Splinters 14. An Admission of Guilt (Alternate Mix) 15. Do-Re-Mi 16. Short Wave Wiggles 17. The Fat Soprano Nocturnal Earthworm Stew is a glorious experiment in electronic music, capturing the vitality and early curiosity of the 1. .
Nocturnal Emissions - Duty Experiment.
Nocturnal Earthworm Stew is a music studio album recording by DAVID PRITCHARD (Progressive ve Rock) released in 1976 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.
Nocturnal Earthworm Stew is a glorious experiment in electronic music, capturing the vitality and early curiosity of the 1970s. An earlier press statement called it Serious headphone music made under the influence of Stockhausen, John Cage, Ornette Coleman, Stravinsky, Frank Zappa, Weather Report, Charles Ives and others. The influence of prog and space rock is pronounced, and contributions from Canadian prog legends Nash the Slash and Martin Deller (of FM) solidify Nocturnal’s place in the prog cannon. The Artoffact Records reissue is housed in a gorgeous gatefold sleeve, complete with photos, reproductions of essays by David Pritchard and Nash the Slash, and an all-new piece by Scott McGregor Moore. The audio is remastered for vinyl across three sides, and a fourth side contains a marvellous etching of Pritchard himself.