Space Farm - Egyptology Vol. 1 album flac
Title: Egyptology Vol. 1
Style: House, Downtempo, Ambient
MP3 album: 1595 mb
FLAC album: 1690 mb
Other formats: XM MP2 ADX MP3 DXD AUD AHX
In stock now for same day shipping. It was way back in 1995 when Darrin Fossella released "Egyptology Volume 1", his sole EP under the obscure Space Farm alias. The 12" has since become something of a sought-after cult classic, so it's little surprise to see Left Ear Records releasing a new version containing previously unheard "full length" versions of the EP's most celebrated tracks. First up is "The Dawn Of Birds", a wonderfully humid and percussive workout that sounds like it should be accompanying a tribal ritual on some far-off planet several million light years away.
EGYPTOLOGY . by SPACE FARM. Space Farm is the story of three friends Darrin, Bill and Waleed their love for 80’s NY culture, Egyptian music and a cross continental business plan that never materialised. Darrin and Bill grew up in North New Jersey only a few miles from NY city and met while studying in ’90. Bill spent his formative years listening to the emerging sounds of 80’s left-leaning New York radio stations, while Darrin immersed himself in the DJ and B-Boy culture. Fast-forward to ’94 and the two found themselves living in Boulder, Colorado
Space Farm formed in 1971 out of the ashes of The Underdogs. When Neil Edwards quit to join Human Instinct, the remaining Underdog members Harvey Mann and Glen Absolum decided to reform under the Space Farm monicker with the addition of bass player Billy Williams and saxophonist Bob Gillet. Zodiac released their LP in 1972 featuring Harvey Mann on vocals. A second version of the album featured Underdogs' vocalist Murray Grinder replacing Mann's vocal track. This second version is the one that was issued in 1989 on the Little Wing label as 'Going Back To Eternity'
On this page you can listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. Photo of Space Farm - Egyptology Vol. 1. Genre is Electronic. This album was released on the label Shakti Science Records (catalog number SSR-110). This album was released in 1995 year.
New Zealand 1971-73). This is a very rare recording by a great Kiwi psychedelic rock, blues band from the early 70's. In February 1971, when the Underdogs, whom at that time consisted of Harvey Mann, Glen Absolum and Neil Edwards, released their "Wasting My Time" album, and it failed to sell in great numbers, Neil Edwards decided to leave the group and join Human Instinct. see Midotouch for Underdog's LP) Harvey and Glen added a new bass guitarist, Billy Williams, and to beef. Up the sound, Bob Gillett was added on saxophone.
Pleiadian Connection - . Pleiadian Records) by Beatspace
Space age pop" wasn't called by that name during its heyday; it's a label that was dreamed up in the 1990s, when this sort of experimental easy listening music, which was in vogue in the '50s and early '60s, had a mini-revival among collectors and pop culture historians. These 16 tracks, all taken from the vaults of RCA, date from the early days of the LP format, when many easy listening albums were aimed at the market of adults who had recently bought their first hi-fi equipment.
Egyptology faculty at UCLA come from a wide array of specializations, including art history, archaeology, philology, and history. We aim for a multidisciplinary and contextual approach to the ancient world.
|A1||Moon Of The Nile (Sussex Mix)||6:30|
|A2||The Dawn Of Birds||7:15|
|B1||Moon Of The Nile (Joujoukan Tremelo Mix)||6:22|
|B2||Camels In Desert Air||7:20|
- Producer, Mixed By – Darrin Fossella, William Yale