Captain Beefheart - The Early Years 1959-69 album flac
Title: The Early Years 1959-69
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The following is a list of official releases by American musician Captain Beefheart. With various line-ups of musicians called The Magic Band, Beefheart released a total of 13 studio albums recorded between 1967 and 1982, after which he left music to concentrate on a career in painting, as Don Van Vliet. His catalogue has since been augmented with extra releases including an EP and various compilations of live material, studio outtakes and greatest hits releases.
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Captain Beefheart’s music career stretched from 1966 to 1982, and from straight rhythm and blues by way of the early Rolling Stones to music that sounded like a strange uncle of post-punk. He is probably best known for Trout Mask Replica, a double album from 1969 with his Magic Band. A bolt-from-the-blue collection of precise, careening, surrealist songs with clashing meters, brightly imagistic poetry and raw blues shouting, Trout Mask Replica had particular resonance with the punk and new wave generation to come a decade later, influencing bands like Devo, the Residents, Pere Ubu and the.
Gallery: Art by Captain Beefheart and other musicians. Van Vliet teamed up with Ry Cooder for Captain Beefheart’s first LP, Safe as Milk, but the disc attracted few fans outside of a small cult. That cult grew slightly with the release of 1968’s Strictly Personal, but it wasn’t until Frank Zappa signed Van Vliet to Straight Records that Beefheart’s full creativity flowered. Without the limits imposed by a traditional label, Van Vliet began creating his masterpiece. The double album Trout Mask Replica was written in an intense r session at the piano. In a 1970 Rolling Stone.
A self-penned B-side to his first official single Diddy Wah Diddy, a cover of a Bo Diddley hit, released early in 1966 under his performing persona of "Captain Beefheart", fronting one of the early line-ups of "The Magic Band". This B-side also appeared on the band's second single "Moonchild" in the UK, which had another Don Vliet number "Frying Pan" on the flipside in America
Don Van Vliet (/væn ˈvliːt/, born Don Glen Vliet; January 15, 1941 – December 17, 2010) was an American singer, songwriter, t, and visual artist best known by the stage name Captain Beefheart. He conducted a rotating ensemble called the Magic Band, with whom he recorded 13 studio albums between 1964 and 1982. His music blended elements of blues, free jazz, rock, and the avant-garde with idiosyncratic rhythms, absurdist wordplay, and his wide vocal range.