This Way Out - Birdsongs Of The Mesozoic - The Iridium Controversy (CD, Album)

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  1. Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, , "The Iridium Controversy " is kind of forgotten, even though they come from the USA, which usually brings on a wider audience. Nevertheless completely understandable, considering the kind of non-stop intensity this guys usually handle, but mainly because their contemporary classical music roots, which sets them.
  2. The Fossil Record is a compilation album by Birdsongs of the Mesozoic, released on by Cuneiform Records. It comprises unreleased tracks from the band's early years. It comprises unreleased tracks from the band's early years.
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Iridium Controversy on Discogs.4/5(6).
  4. Rhythmically, “Make the Camera Dance” and “Beat of the Mesozoic” recall Philip Glass and Steve Reich’s ostinatos, while the two-part title track suggests Michael Nyman and Rhys Chatham’s brass-band beats the album is tight and propulsive Birdsongs is a non-rock ensemble that hasn’t forgotten its garage-band roots.”.
  5. Steve Adams / saxophone on CD 1, track 14 Michael Cohen / roto toms, cymbals, snare on CD 1, tracks Leon Janikian / clarinet on CD 1, track 1 Peter Prescott / tom tom on CD 1, tracks 5 and 16 Steve Stain / chain-on-metal on CD 1, tracks 5 and 16 Taki / dono on CD 1, track 6 and dono/nails on CD .
  6. The Iridium Controversy is a music studio album recording by BIRDSONGS OF THE MESOZOIC (RIO/Avant-Prog/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette/5(4).
  7. Formed in , Birdsongs of the Mesozoic play a unique mix of rock, punk, classical, minimalism, and free-form music, with occasional forays into even more unexpected directions, including spoken word performance and African-American spirituals. The group's diverse instrumentation has included piano, synthesizers, guitar, saxophones, flutes, and electronic and acoustic percussion.
  8. Birdsongs of the Mesozoic with Oral Moses - Extreme Spirituals SKU RUNE For their 13th album and in their 25th year together, post-punk, art-rock pioneers Birdsongs of the Mesozoic do a degree musical swerve and link up with bass-baritone vocalist Oral Moses, one of the preeminent African-American performers of traditional spirituals.
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