Misophone - Before The Waves Roll In (CD, Album)
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View Lyrics. Album Artwork. Very nice layering of multiple themes coming from multiple instruments with, of course, the trademark sequences. Ulrich Schnauss is a melody god. It's hypnotic and yet danceable.
At the two minute mark an Arp-like synth enters to take the lead before another electronic rhythm track is added to give it a definitive Euro-electronic dance groove. Various synths interject intermittent lead melodic motifs in the song's final 90 seconds.
Makes me nostalgic for European dance clubs. At the end of the third minute a trip-hoppy synth-drum track familiar to all who know Ulrich Schnauss' previous solo work kicks in while violin takes the lead soaring with a long sustain above the rest. Pretty cool. Once we've moved past the long, bouncy synth intro, the Euro-disco beats kick in and a repetitive synth wash chord begins to repeat every four seconds for a very long time as very little else is really developing elsewhere.
I have to admit, the repetition of that synth hit is alone quite distracting and disenchanting. Luckily it fades in the fourth minute and we subtly shift into a slightly different soundscape with the same tempo and beat. This is, at least, much more interesting and tolerable as the weave between synths and fuzzy guitars is nice. After a section of sequencer only, other synths and guitar tracks work their way into the weave, working up to a mini crescendo just before a searing electric guitar takes the lead and foreground at the five minute mark.
This is really cool! Weird muted guitar strums and mini-Moog lines and others enter the weave at the end of the second minute but then all fade away in the first part of the fourth minute. Composition of the rhythm track completely changes as does that of the lead instruments no more sequencer, no more weave over the top.
I am reminded of the simple, spacious songs on Vangelis' Voices album. In the sixth minute current rhythm track slowly fades leaving synth wash and electronic keys to fill the space with lushness. Very old school TD to these ears. Old synth leads with a slowly ascending arpeggio before developing into more variable lead melody.
Cool key shift at the end of the second minute. Sound and feel shift at the mark though the sequencer rhythm remains the same--for a while. More frequent key shifts in the lower end until a drop out at All returns a half Misophone - Before The Waves Roll In (CD minute later, with same old synth picking up where it left off.
Music decays into more space-ocean wash for the final half minute. Hoshiko Yamane's violin is the most consistent and driving thread throughout the first half--an element that makes it so much more engaging and emotional, but when it goes absent for the middle section, there is a noticeable let down in the level of engagement. Luckily it returns for the final minute. Nicely done! Lovely to hear! And a whole album of fairly consistently high quality TD stuff at that!
Without doubt this is the most extreme of all TD albums. The band intentionally wanted no rhythm or melody but a calm counterpart to balance against the years of noise and harsh sounds that preceded.
This album is Franke's tribute to Ligeti's and Stockhausen's works from the 60s. Froese's earlier heroes Floyd and Hendrix are nowhere to be seen in these desolate cosmic outskirts, and while both 'Atem' and 'Alpha Centauri' featured some percussion to stir things up, here we are just left with droning organ, synth and sound effects that slowly weave arrhythmic and a-tonal waves of sound.
Most of the albums Album) concerts in the following years contain echoes of the spooky cosmic sound that is developed here. Ambitious as this modern classic music on electronic instruments is, I has never really convinced me. Each track has its moments but apart from 'Nebulous Dawn' they all run 10 minutes too long as far as I'm concerned.
I do enjoy Schulze's Cyborg and Tangerine Dream's own further explorations in this style, but after 30 years with this album I dare to state it will never be a favorite - allthough it keeps growing a bit on me. For fans of this album it might be a good idea to pick up the Esoteric release of Zeit which has an extra CD featuring a recording of a November concert from Tangerine Dream.
This concert, dubbed 'Klangwald' or Sound Album) in English offers pretty much the exact same style of minimalistic non-melodic, non-rhythmical sound carpets as 'Zeit'. Not the kind of album to sit and relax to, it is an important, ambituous and influential album in the world of electronic music.
But Tangerine Dream's ambitions got ahead of them, Franke and Baumann had barely turned 19 when it was recorded and challenging Ligeti at his art at this age you're bound to end up with the shorter straw. Nevertheless it's another unique TD experience. Review by patrickq Prog Reviewer. Anyway, Underwater Sunlight fits the definition of "new age music" pretty nicely.
The biggest difference between "Dolphin Dance" and Ray Lynch's new-age classic "Celestial Soda Pop" is that "Dolphin Dance" is more new-agey: it's less dissonant and at one pointto be exactthe guitar even emulates a pan flute. And "Song of the Whale Part 1," which opens Underwater Sunlightutterly epitomizes new age music, down to the soothing instrumental sounds, the spacey atmosphere, and the fluty lead synth.
Underwater Sunlight is about as straightforward and safe as can be, which puts it in a special category of new age music, a category which I predict will be the first in which computers will overtake human composers.
I guess this means that Underwater Sunlight does indeed possess some redeeming value; it succeeds at evoking "the musical sound of contentment and peace.
A possibly more neutral claim is that Underwater Sunlight is unchallenging compared to, say, Album), Zeita work that errs on the side of convolutedness rather than caution. And for that reason, I'd suggest that prog-rock fans give Zeitor any of Tangerine Dream's first four albums, before diving into Underwater Sunlight. Unless, of course, you dig new age music. From the musical side is not as bad as I was expecting. At this point in time TD is a family affair between Edgar and his son Jerome, and having to represent a train makes the choice of the electronic drumming very easy for the first track "Yaroslav Station".
Probably in the "Smoky Karlow", which I think is a city in Poland, the train slows down. The tempo is less "trainful" and the melody is melancholic.
Maybe there's a Karlow somewhere else, but looking at some pictures it doesn't look very "smoky". It's very green, instead. I don't think there's any relationship with the Russian ambassador shot dead in Turkey in Anyway, this track is too repetitive also for the TD standards.
Back on the train for the "Siberian Lights". The tempo is more or less the same of Chariots of Fire and the keys sound very smilar. Luckily the melody is very different and in the end it's everything but bad. No drums in honor of one of the biggest rivers in the world. Jenissey Yenissey crosses all the Siberia south to North to the Arctic Ocean, and the track bringing its name is really beauty, Misophone - Before The Waves Roll In (CD.
Slow and clam, it returns a sense of quiet maestosity. This track values the whole album. The Baikal Lake is one of those places in the world that I'd like to see. Iced in the winter but warmed by a volcano in its depth that causes the ice to melt, crash and reform continuously. Unfortunately we are back to the train and the disco rhythm is unable to transmit the right sensations. Of course one should also see the images to find out whether they are well commented by the music, but without images this track for me is a skip.
Ok, let's have a train in the wagon-restaurant, but this track is nothing special even if not as bad as the previous one.
Aangezien ze zich graag hullen in een zekere waas van geheimzinnigheid, waar ook de stijlfiguur van de overdrijving bij hoort, nemen we dit maar met de nodige korrels zout. Tegelijk hebben ze intussen in zes jaar tijd al hun achtste album uitgebracht. En dat nieuwste album, Before The Waves Roll In, bevat ook weer 20 liedjes! Kortom: enige. Misophone Vinyl, CD & tapes by Misophone at Norman Records Similar to Misophone: Sparklehorse, Laura Gibson, Tunng, Dark Dark Dark, Mariee Sioux, Bowerbirds, Little Wings, Psapp, Pram, Erik Enocksson, The Music Tapes, A Hawk And A Hacksaw. 歌曲名《The Waiting Game》，由 Misophone 演唱，收录于《Before the Waves Roll In》专辑中。《The Waiting Game》下载，《The Waiting Game》在线试听，更多相关歌曲推荐尽在网易云音乐.
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