Margouleff&Cecil - Tonto's Expanding Head Band album flac
- Performer: Margouleff&Cecil
- Title: Tonto's Expanding Head Band
- Size FLAC ver: 1387 mb
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- Genre: Electronic
- Rating: 4.3 of 5
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This track was lifted off the rare album 'Zero Time' by Tonto's Expanding Head Band, a duo consisting of Grammy award-winning producers Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff (for Stevie Wonder's Talking Book). Was sampled by J Dilla on Busta Rhymes' "Turn Me Up Some.
Collectors item from 1971. Track 3 from the album "Zero Time" Produced by Rober Margouleff & Malcolm Cecil at Mediasound Studios New York.
Tonto's Expanding Head Band was a British-American electronic music duo consisting of Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff. Despite releasing only two albums in the early 1970s, the duo were (and still remain) influential because of their session and production work for other musicians (most notably Stevie Wonder), extensive commercial advertising work and the unique warmth and personality of their work.
All selections on this album were programmed, performed and engineered by Margouleff & Cecil. Fold-open Unipak jacket. Matrix, Runout (Side A Label Matrix N. : ST-EM-702089-SP. Matrix, Runout (Side B Label Matrix N. : ST-EM-702090-SP. Matrix, Runout (Runout stamp side B, variant 1): ST-EM-702090-C. Robert Margouleff And Malcolm Cecil - Tonto's Expanding Head Band (LP, Album, RE). Atlantic.
The mastermind behind TONTO was an Afro’d, English bassist-turned–studio tech named Malcolm Cecil who lived above a midtown-Manhattan advertising recording studio. I heard a ring at the door an. .stuck my head out of the window to see who it was, Cecil recalled in 2013. Bounding down three flights of stairs, he encountered this black guy in a pistachio jumpsuit who seemed to be holding our album underneath his arm. It was Stevie Wonder. First named by co-founder Bob Margouleff while on a peyote trip, the album TONTO’s Expanding Head Band was a breakthrough for electronica when it was first released in 1971. Like taking acid and discovering that your mind has the power to stop your heart. Timothy Crouse wrote in the August 5th, 1971, issue of Rolling Stone.
About Tonto's Expanding Head Band. the Original New Timbral Orchestra. Built into a collection of gently curving wooden cases, .
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Tonto's Expanding Head Band. Progressive Electronic. The first album was titled ZERO TIME and showcased the magic powers of the TONTO's full capabilities
the Original New Timbral Orchestra. It's About Time was not the end of the . story, however, as the duo continued to be very much in demand for studio work, with . being called on to do everything from quietly replacing bass tracks to providing great washes of sound.