Brand X - Missing Period album flac
|4||Why Won't You Lend Me Yours?||8:46|
- Manufactured By – Pony Canyon Inc.
- Bass – Percy Jones
- Design [Cover Design] – Masashi Yamashita
- Drums – Phil Collins
- Executive-Producer – Sami Kaneda, Shawn Ahearn
- Guitar – John Goodsall
- Keyboards – Robin Lumley
- Percussion – Presto Heyman*
- Producer – Brand X
- Technician [Technical Assistance] – Mark Tessier
- Written-By – John Goodsall, Percy Jones
NotesMade In Japan.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 4 988013 671737
- Matrix / Runout: PCCY-01141 1
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L274
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 4553
- Rights Society: JASRAC
|OM-1004||Brand X||Missing Period (CD, Album)||Outer Music||OM-1004||US||1997|
|WSBAC-0007||Brand X||Missing Period (CD, Album, RE)||Wasabi Records||WSBAC-0007||Japan||2015|
|HST184CD||Brand X||Missing Period (CD, Album, RE)||Gonzo Multimedia||HST184CD||Europe||2014|
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Brand X : Missing Period,album, chronique, tracklist, mp3, paroles. Date de parution 1997. Style MusicalJazz Rock. Membres possèdant cet album2.
Missing Period} begins with Dead Pretty, which Brand X enthusiasts might recognize as Born Ugly from the debut album.
Brand X are a jazz fusion band formed in London in 1975. They were active until 1980, followed by a reformation between 1992–1999. They had secured a recording deal with Island Records and prepared tracks for a studio album which originally included vocals. 1997 Missing Period - recorded 1975-1976, collection of lost session tapes. 1999 X-Files: A 20 Year Retrospective - compilation including side projects. 2003 Trilogy - Xcommunication + Manifest Destiny + live recording 27 September 1979 NYC.
Recorded before the release of the Brand X debut Unorthodox Behavior, these 1975-1976 recordings represent the earliest known preservations of the group's beginnings. The shining talent and genius of this, the most important of Brit jazz-fusion groups, comes through brightly. Brand X has long been a "musicians' band" where the fretwork of John Goodsall, percussion of Phil Collins, keyboard techniques of Robert Lumley, and bass of Percy Jones inspire others to greater attainment.
Tracks: 01. Dead Pretty 7:11 02. Kugelblitz 11:03 03. Ancient Mysteries 7:19 04. Why Won't You Lend Me Yours? 8:46 05.
Brand X - Missing Period. Brand X - Missing Period. Xcommunication '2016. missing period} '2014. Is There Anything About '2014. The Plot Thins A History Of Brand X '2003. Timeline - Cd !: Live In Chicago 1977 '1999. Timeline (2CD) '1999. Manifest Destiny '1998. Missing Period '1997. Manifest Destiny - Trilogy I '1996. Xcommunication '1992. The Plot Thins - A History Of Brand X '1992. X Communication Trilogy II '1992. Is There Anything About?
My favourite BRAND X album right here. I understand this was released between their first two studio albums making these first three recordings essential in my opinion. This is not a live album from one concert as we get Phil Collins playing drums on 3 tracks while Kenwood Dennard plays on the other 3 songs. It sure feels like one show though as the style of music is fairly consistent other than the fiery closer "Malaga Virgen" from "Moroccan Roll" . The missing period before developing the tunes to 5 star quality. This recording released in 1997 is actually a collection of tunes from 1975 and onwards. Undeveloped pieces that later appeared on BRAND X's first albums in much better interpretations.
Brand X – Missing Period’: This album represents the earliest known recordings of Brand X circa 1975-76. Recorded shortly before the group’s debut album ‘Unorthodox Behaviour’, the source tapes for this material were recently recovered by John Goodsall from family members in England, who presented John with a box containing all sorts of Brand X memorabilia. At the bottom of the box were some old reels of tape of unknown origin.