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Main » 2006 » September » 17 » Joel Vandroogenbroeck (ex Brainticket) - 1978 - Images of Flute in Nature
Joel Vandroogenbroeck (ex Brainticket) - 1978 - Images of Flute in Nature
Joel Vandroogenbroeck (ex Brainticket) - 1978 - Images of Flute in Nature

Tracks :
1 Great Valley
2 Magic Adventure
3 Plaine Du Jura
4 Forest Spirit
5 Hobbits
6 Minor
7 Magnetic Blues
8 Electronic Jungle

This LP issued in Italy only on Cenacolo M721, is a different music from usual Brainticket. Idilliac landscapes with lots of keys, synths and the voice of Carole Muriel.

Swiss Joel Vandroogenbroeck has been especially confessed thanks to its link Brainticket. Beginning years seventy delivered this group three particularly vaporous albums, with as spectacular figure the intriguing ' Celestial ocean ' from 1974 - I wrote already earlier. After falling apart Brainticket Vandroogenbroeck occupied themselves with the most divergent matter. He composed music for ballet shows, learned sitar play in India, lived some years on bali (where he qualified himself in gamelanmuziek), wrote composities for several corn, went for a ride as a jazz musician the world concerning and was artistic Leader of an experimental dansgezelschap in San Francisco. The last years Vandroogenbroeck have paid themselves on new media and Internet (to see being site and consider he technology as dé new manner yourself to develop as an artist. Were its albums vervreemdende trips psyhedelic with Brainticket, with it's solo-album stocked Vandroogenbroeck complete other. ' Images or flute in nature ' from 1978, of its first solo-albums, a rural, thoughtful album has been interlarded, with a head role for the flute, with electronic sounds, mellotron and indian rhythms. In contrast to many new age-albums that a decade later as mushrooms from the ground shoot, Vandroogenbroeck will go varied and capriciously work; ' Hobbits ' and ' Minor ' characterise themselves by a stubborn electronic rhythm and it almost 13 minutes lasting ' Magic adventure ' swings himself by almost extraterrestrial striking as, feeërieke[?] landscapes. On clincher ' Magnetic blues ' moreover Brainticket singer Carole Muriel emerges still even.

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