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Thesen & Antithesen - Brainstorm (9) - Smile A While (CD, Album)

8 thoughts on “ Thesen & Antithesen - Brainstorm (9) - Smile A While (CD, Album)

  1. Mezticage says:
    A bit better than it's follow-up 'Second Smile'. Took me a LONG time to land down a copy of this CD. What drew my interest was their mis-titled track on the 3-CD compilation 'Space Box - And Beyond'. Their song was titled "Number 6", but it turned out to be a portion of this disc's fifteen-minute six-part title cut "Smile A While"/5(4).
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  3. Zulkijar says:
    The band delivers a truly impressive live performance: guitar, drums, tuba, keyboard, and three-part harmonies are sewn masterfully together into a compelling brand of art-pop that Artist can truly call its own Artist's shows have attracted attention from such tastemakers as .
  4. Mautaxe says:
    The album starts off with the explosive energy of the instrumental Das Schwein Trugt, a fast piece of complex prog-jazz. Zwick Zwick follows, beginning at an only slightly slower pace, with some wild flutes and clarinets over a choppy rhythm, and then halfway through the guitar, bass, and organ rip into the mix to add a furious energy to the piece.
  5. Gasho says:
    A really jazzy prog rock effort from early 70s German combo Brainstorm – a complex, hardgrooving mix of charged instrumental interplay! The group really brings more of a jazzy depth to the material, but it's all a lot of fun – heavy drums that are totally killer, with organ, flute and sax the leading instruements in the mix – and they all have a wavering, kind of buzzing dissonance that.
  6. Dukora says:
    Last Smile catches Brainstorm live in mid, shortly before the group broke up. Since this was recorded for West German radio, the sound quality is excellent. Though the version of Das Scwein Trugt, a track from their first album, is not quite as explosive as the studio version, the tracks from the Second Smile album, Marilyn Monroe and.
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  8. Doulmaran says:
    A Detroit '70s funk band, Brainstorm recorded for Tabu in the late '70s. They started in , and one of their members, Renell Gonsalves, was the son of longtime Ellington sax great Paul Gonsalves.

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