Roger Waters and Ron Geesin - Music From The Body [1970] [FLAC]

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Artists: Ron Geesin, Roger Waters
Release: Music From The Body
Discogs: 1108066
Released: 1970 / 1989
Label: Harvest, EMI / Harvest
Catalog#: SHSP 4008, 1E 062 o 04615 / CDP 7 92548 2
Format: FLAC / Lossless / Log (100%) / Cue / CD, Reissue
Country: UK
Style: Rock, Alternative Rock, Acoustic, Psychedelic Rock, Avantgarde, Soundtrack

Tracklisting:

01. Our Song (1:28)
02. Sea Shell And Stone (2:14)
03. Red Stuff Writhe (1:15)
04. A Gentle Breeze Blew Through Life (1:15)
05. Lick Your Partners (0:35)
06. Bridge Passage For Three Plastic Teeth (0:34)
07. Chain Of Life (4:05)
08. The Womb Bit (2:07)
09. Embryo Thought (0:34)
10. March Past Of The Embryos (1:08)
11. More Than Seven Dwarfs In Penis-Land (2:06)
12. Dance Of The Red Corpuscles (2:01)
13. Body Transport (3:14)
14. Hand Dance - Full Evening Dress (1:05)
15. Breathe (2:49)
16. Old Folks Ascension (3:46)
17. Bedtime-Dream-Clime (2:03)
18. Piddle In Perspex (0:57)
19. Embryonic Womb-Walk (1:19)
20. Mrs. Throat Goes Walking (2:09)
21. Sea Shell And Soft Stone (1:56)
22. Give Birth To A Smile (2:48)

Not for the faint-hearted listener, this 1970 soundtrack album to a medical documentary entitled "The Body" was created by avant-garde composer Ron Geesin & Pink Floyd bassist/singer/composer Roger Waters (Geesin & Waters would work together again on Pink Floyd's "Atom Heart Mother," but "Music From The Body" was their first joint project). The album is pretty wild stuff to say the least, with lots of experimental sounds, instrumentation, vocals and effects. The wonderfully goofy opening cut, "Our Song," with it's rhythmic sound collage of clapping, belching, farting and baby noises (accompanied by ragtime piano, no less!), pretty much prepares you for what will follow. But in between Geesin's far-out pieces (other highlights include the vocal experiments of "More Than Seven Dwarfs...", the spooky "Body Transport," and the fun "Mrs. Throat Goes Walking"), Roger Waters drops in to play some very nice, simple acoustic numbers, like "Sea Shell And Stone," "Chain Of Life," and "Breathe" (a very different song from the "Breathe" that appeared later on Floyd's classic "Dark Side Of The Moon," although it shares the same opening lyric: "Breathe in the air"). Finally, the rest of Pink Floyd themselves---David Gilmour, Nick Mason and Richard Wright---join Waters at the album's end for the uplifting finale, "Give Birth To A Smile." "Music From The Body" is definitely not an album to play at a party, but if you're a diehard fan of early Pink Floyd, then I think you'll enjoy this weird, wonderful record from Ron Geesin & Roger Waters.

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01 Our Song.flac 6.828 MB
02 Sea Shell and Stone.flac 9.648 MB
03 Red Stuff Writhe.flac 5.524 MB
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