sexta-feira, 24 de fevereiro de 2017
A New Place to Live - Symphonic Progressive Rock
Um álbum bem obscuro, com poucas informações. Direto do Canadá, um som meio Prog, meio Krautrock. Encontrei apenas este comentário abaixo...
Yes, this one's credited to A New Place To Live, but for all intents and purposes it's a Robert John Gallo release with studio backing from singer Joey Carbon and guitarist Richard Zito of Sounds of Modification fame. As an added bonus, radio/television personality John Zacherly recited the poetic segments. Written, arranged, conducted, and produced by Gallo 1972's "A New Place To Live" was also released on Gallo's Mandala label. Quite an industrious guy !!! A concept piece seemingly based on American psychic Edgar Cayce and a bizarre mixture of ecological concerns, history, religion, social commentary, and probably way too many illicit substances, the album sported one of the strangest plotlines I've come across. To quote the liner notes: "Due to recent occurrences in the world, I would like to bring your attention to my concept album " A New Place To Live". Written by Robert John Gallo more than two year ago. Its meaning and significance take on a frightening yet truthful aspect now that the earthquakes and other disturbing occurrence of nature have begun." Some of you will swear I'm makin' this stuff up.
Conductor, Producer, Written-By – Bob John Gallo* (tracks: A1-A5,B1,B2,B4)
Guitar – Richard Zito*
Narrator [Poems Recited] – John Zacherly*
Vocals – Joey Carbone