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One-second Pieces - The Red Krayola* - Coconut Hotel (CD, Album)

On 02.02.2020 by Vira With 1 Comments - Jazz


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    Dojinn 06.02.2020
    This is a song/piece by The Red Krayola on the album God Bless The Red Krayola and All Who Sail with It (). The terms 'song' and 'piece' are used together because the creation lands somewhere between art and popular music: it shows influences from John Cage and process art, but also from musicians such as Albert Ayler, and compresses.
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    Gogal 09.02.2020
    Around The Home Album Corky's Debt To His Father ; Ergastulum Album Corrected Slogans ; If She Loves You Album Kangaroo? ; One-Second Piece (4) Album Coconut Hotel ; Tina's Gone To Have A Baby Album God Bless The Red Krayola And All Who Sail With It ; March No. 14 Album Soldier-Talk ; Guitar Album Coconut Hotel ; Shirt Album God Bless The Red Krayola .
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    Yok 06.02.2020
    Coconut Hotel is an album by the American experimental rock band Red Krayola that was recorded in It was intended to be the band's second album after the release of The Parable of Arable Land, but was rejected by International Artists and shelved indefinitely.
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    Zugis 09.02.2020
    The Red Crayola Coconut Hotel LP/CD/MP3/FLAC Drag City Released Catalog # DC62 LP All Tracks. Boards Water Pour One - Second Pieces One - Second Pieces One - Second Pieces One - Second Pieces One - Second Pieces One - Second Pieces One - Second In the Red Krayola alphabet.
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    JoJolrajas 04.02.2020
    tracks #) "Thirty-five one-second pieces"- very hilarry sound juxtapositions. It takes 35 of them to tell the whole joke. track #39) "Organ Buildup"- Heraldic of the rest of the album track #40) "Vocal"- flute musings awaken the groaing hominid. The person arises, at last, but is none too happy to face the day/5(4).
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    Arajas 04.02.2020
    Hints of the as-of-yet unheard music on Coconut Hotel also revealed themselves (the track "Listen To This" is a one-second piece with spoken introduction, and "Free Piece" sounds like an outtake from Coconut Hotel). The album was not as well received as the band's first release and the Red Krayola's original lineup disbanded.

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