Sunday, 10 May 2015

CARLOS GUIRAO - REVELATION (NEURONIUM RECORDS L7 392, VINYL LP, 1982)



DEDICADO AL AMIGO Y SEGUIDOR CRISTIAN AGUILAR, QUE ME PIDIÓ ESTE MATERIAL.

Os ofrezco este célebre álbum del tristemente desaparecido Carlos Guirao, miembro fundador de NEURONIUM que en los años 80 se desmarcó definitivamente del grupo para fabricar sus propias obras sonoras, como este REVELATION, un disco muy en la onda "berlinesa" de NEURONIUM aunque con la introducción de nuevas fórmulas y combinaciones sónicas que acabarían de culminar en años sucesivos con el grupo PROGRAMA, junto a JOSÉ ANTONIO LÓPEZ.
En REVELATION encontramos a Guirao frente a los sintetizadores y también a SANTI PICÓ en las guitarras y a MANOLO TORRES y JOSÉ MARÍA CIRIA en las percusiones.

Disfrutad en FLAC...




Tracklist:

A1 Revelation 6:13
A2 Devil Times 7:57
A3 Stonehenge 4:39
A4 The Triangls 2:13
B1 Walking Across The Garden Of Your Mind 17:39
B2 Theme For A Silent World 3:22


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4 comments:

  1. You've got everything but music by women. Where's Teresa Rampazzi? Daphne Oram? Delia Derbyshire? Laurie Spiegel? Eliane Radigue?

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  2. I have offered music of Pauline Oliveros recently.Long I offered music by Laurie Anderson and Wendy Carlos. Soon I will offer music Spiegel, Derbyshire and others. Thanks for your question.

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  3. Personally, I belive as it is Stahlfabrik's own blog, he or she (sorry not sure of your gender!) should have the right to post whatever they want. Once you start to represent and prioritise music in terms of gender, race or country rather than good music, I think you begin filtering music through and ideological lens and as history has shown, that path never ends well.

    I have been a fan of the music of Delia Derbyshire and Daphne Oram for many many years and Laurie Spiegel and Eliane Radigue more recently, so I do appreciate these artists and really enjoy their music and philosophy.

    Of course you could also ask the same question of where is the Afro-American electronic music? where is the African musicians? Why isn't there more Japanese artists represented? And so on and so on. Personally, I find this one of the most diverse blogs around and though I consider myself educated when it comes to electronic music, there are a number of artists I have discovered through this blog and I am thankful for it.

    Please do not take this as a criticism, but if you think blogs currently under-represent women in electronic music, why not start your own? I would certainly subscribe to it and I am sure Stahlfabrik would as well.

    PS> The Pauline Oliveros post on here was epic!

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