Album · 1977 · 4 Songs.
Budd compositions published by Basheva Music Coltrane composition published by Rondor Music (London) Ltd. No durations printed on this release. Track timings obtained by stopwatch. Matrix, Runout (Label A): OBS 10-A. Matrix, Runout (Label B): OBS 10-B.
Wind In Lonely Fences 1970 - 2011. Авторы текста и музыки. UMG, Warp Records (от лица компании "All Saints Records"); CMRRA, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (1). Композиция. Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord/Butterfly Sunday. UMG (от лица компании "EMI"); LatinAutor - UMPG, UBEM, BMI - Broadcast Music In. UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor" и другие авторские общества (2).
Two years before his fateful first studio collaboration with Brian Eno (who produced this album), Budd was creating hypnotic music in an acoustic mode. All of the works herein-including "Two Rooms," whose latter half is an adaptation of John Coltrane's "After the Rain"-sustain a similarly dreamy vibe. Harold Budd's Pavilion of Dreams is only four songs, but over 46 minutes of music. It is great for setting a background mood with a subdued operatic feel. One person found this helpful.
The Pavilion of Dreams is a music studio album recording by HAROLD BUDD (Progressive ve Rock) released in 1978 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Every song here is a jewel, spanning a spectrum from jazz to classical with New Age and experimental overtones throughout. I am especially drawn in by the harp, saxophone (which I usually dislike) and, of course, the choral and solo female voices. All of the works herein–including "Two Rooms," whose latter half is an adaptation of John Coltrane's "After the Rain"–sustain a similarly dreamy vibe. EAC extraction logfile from 4. June 2012, 8:18. Harold Budd, The Pavilion of Dreams. Used drive : PLEXTOR CD-ROM PX-12CS Adapter: 1 ID: 3. Read mode : Secure Utilize accurate stream : Yes Defeat audio cache : Yes Make use of C2 pointers : No. Read offset correction : 681 Overread into Lead-In and Lead-Out : Yes Fill up missing offset samples with silence : Yes Delete leading and trailing silent blocks : No Null samples used in CRC calculations : Yes Used interface : Native Win32 interface for Win NT & 2000 Gap handling : Appended to previous track.
Listen to music from Harold Budd/Brian Eno like First Light, A Stream With Bright Fish & more. The collaborations between Brian Eno and Harold Budd began upon completing Budd's first noticed ambient record entitled The Pavilion of Dreams.
Eno produced his second album The Pavilion of Dreams and they worked together in collaboration on Ambient 2:The Plateaux of Mirror in 1980 and followed it in 1984 with The Pearl. In 1986 he worked with The Cocteau Twins on The Moon and the Melodies, and subsequently he has worked frequently with Robin Guthrie on several albums including soundtracks to the films Mysterious Skin and White Bird in a Blizzard. Brian Eno's Music for Films series (Track No. 5 "Balthus Bemused by Color"). Reissued in 1992 by All Saints Records Ltd.
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|1||Bismillahi ´Rrahmani ´Rrahim
Alto Saxophone – Marion BrownCelesta – Richard BernasComposed By – Budd*Electric Piano – Harold BuddGlockenspiel – Gavin BryarsHarp – Maggie Thomas Marimba – Howard Rees, Jo Julian, John White, Michael Nyman
|2a||Let Us Go Into The House Of The Lord
Composed By – Budd*
Adapted By – Harold BuddComposed By – John Coltrane
|Madrigals Of The Rose Angel
Celesta [Celeste] – Gavin BryarsChorus – Alison Macgregor, Lesley Reid, Lynda Richardson, Margaret Cable, Muriel Dickinson, Ursula ConnorsComposed By – Budd*Conductor [Chorus] – Harold BuddElectric Piano – Richard BernasHarp – Maggie Thomas Percussion – Nigel Shipway
|3b||The Crystal Garden And A Coda|
Composed By – Budd*Glockenspiel – Gavin BryarsMarimba – Michael NymanPercussion – John WhitePiano – Harold BuddVibraphone – Howard ReesVibraphone [Vibes] – Jo JulianVoice – Brian Eno, Gavin Bryars, Harold Budd, Jo Julian, John White, Michael Nyman
- Published By – EG Music Publishers Ltd.
- Recorded At – Basing Street Studios
- Marketed By – Caroline Records, Inc.
- Distributed By – Caroline Records, Inc.
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Virgin EG Records Ltd.
- Copyright (c) – Virgin EG Records Ltd.
- Glass Mastered At – EMI MFG.
- Cover – John Bonis
- Engineer – Rhett Davies
- Producer – Brian Eno
NotesAn extended cycle of works begun in 1972.
Bismillahi ´Rrahmani ´Rrahim from 1974
Two Songs from 1973-74
"Let Us Go Into The House of the Lord" is a setting of a traditional hymn after a version by Pharoah Sanders.
"Butterfly Sunday" adapted from John Coltrane's "After The Rain"
Madrigals Of The Rose Angel from 1972
Juno from 1975 was composed for John Bergamo; her mortal symbol is the peacock.
Recorded at Basing Street Studios November 1976.
Administered by Careers-BMG Music Pub. Ltd.
Except for Butterfly Sunday Basheva Music.
Ⓟ 1978 Virgin E'G Records Ltd.
© 1992 Virgin E'G Records Ltd.
Marketed and distributed by Caroline Records, Inc.
Made in USA.
Budd compositions published by Basheva Music.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 0 1704-61566-2 2
- Matrix / Runout: A 7301 EEG000302 E51007-01
- Mastering SID Code: L383
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 6100
|OBS 10||Harold Budd||The Pavilion Of Dreams (LP, Album)||Obscure||OBS 10||UK||1978|
|CDOVD482, 7243 8 44381 2 8||Harold Budd||The Pavilion Of Dreams (CD, Album, RE)||Virgin, Virgin||CDOVD482, 7243 8 44381 2 8||UK||1997|
|CDOVD482, 7243 8 44381 2 8||Harold Budd||The Pavilion Of Dreams (CD, Album, RE)||Virgin, Virgin||CDOVD482, 7243 8 44381 2 8||UK & Europe||1997|
|25MM 0154||Harold Budd||The Pavilion Of Dreams (LP)||Editions EG, Polydor||25MM 0154||Japan||1982|
|EEGCD 30||Harold Budd||The Pavilion Of Dreams (CD, Album, RE)||Editions EG||EEGCD 30||US||1992|
Performer: Harold Budd
Title: The Pavilion Of Dreams
Style: Minimal, Ambient
Size MP3: 1897 mb
Size FLAC: 1161 mb
Rating: 4.9 / 5
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