Seventh Séance - The Basement Tapes mp3 flacPerformer: Seventh Séance
Title: The Basement Tapes
Style: New Wave
Size MP3 version: 1492 mb
Size FLAC version: 1861 mb
Size WMA version: 1828 mb
Format: MP2 TTA APE AC3 XM ASF MIDI
Genre: Electronic / Rock
Seventh Séance - The Basement Tapes mp3 flac
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The Basement Tapes are a series of video tapes that Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold filmed in the run up to the Columbine High School massacre.
Album · 2016 · 17 Songs.
the (703) basement tapes. Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. 703 was a grand old 4 storey, victorian era terrace and the basement was ‘Seventh Seance’s’ rehearsal and recording space. After securing the loan of a Tascam Porta one from ‘Some stumpy goats’ which they had successfully employed to create their ‘Long playing tapeworm’ release, 7S set about capturing the songs that had been the cornerstones of their live set for the previous year, as well as some new compositions at the time.
The New Basement Tapes is a British-American musical supergroup made up of members Jim James, Elvis Costello, Marcus Mumford, Taylor Goldsmith, and Rhiannon Giddens. The group is best known for Lost on the River: The New Basement Tapes, their 2014 album which consists of tracks based on newly uncovered lyrics handwritten by Bob Dylan in 1967 during the recording of his 1975 album with The Band, The Basement Tapes.
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The Basement Tapes is a producer/songwriter. Mixing both electronic sampling with live instruments. Stream Tracks and Playlists from TheBasementTapes on your desktop or mobile device.
The Basement Tapes seemed destined to remain a mystery, and I wasn’t at all sure that Dylan hadn’t planned it that way from the start. The office was in the Arbogast Building on Embryo Street off Perelman Square, half a block from Coma Noodle Corporation, right next to the Ambergris Diner and the Dead Souls Church and Motel. It’s in the basement - a little irony there - and that fact perhaps provides a peculiar perspective. I swung my feet up on the desk, thumbed a match, set fire to a cigarette, stared at the phonograph and got ready to face the music again. The Basement Tapes are no more the real Dylan, the real Band, than are the ‘official’ recordings. They are no better and no worse than Highway 61 Revisited, et a. but surely very different.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|3||Cold Blue Fire||6:52|
|4||Writing On The Wall||6:03|
|5||Frances (In The Gallery Of Stars)||6:00|
|6||All In Your Mind||4:29|
|8||Devil And The Deep Blue Sea||4:07|
|9||Counting The Hours||4:33|
|10||In At The Deep End||3:40|
|12||Crashing In Time To The Automat||5:27|
|13||Kissing The Skylight||4:13|
|14||Feel It (In Your Heart)
Guitar [Additional] – Paul Ryan
- Backing Vocals – Alan Mogg, Richard Spyers
- Bass – Richard Spyers
- Drums – Alan Mogg
- Guitar – Winston Detleiv
- Percussion – Alan Mogg, Richard Spyers, Winston Detleiv
- Vocals – Winston Detleiv
NotesOriginally released as:
1-5 Cold Blue Fire ICT 003 (1986 icon music)
6-9 All In Your Mind ICT 004 (1986 icon music)
11-12 Wake Up! Time To Die ICT 005 (1987 icon music)
An archive release from 1987. Previously only available as limited edition tape releases, ‘the basement tapes’ were recorded at 703 Commercial Rd. Limehouse, London, before the corporate money machine of Thatcher’s Britain, The London Docklands Development Corporation, in partnership with various other private consortiums, seized all the best waterfront real estate, evicted the squats and the council tenants and built the trendy offices and apartments for the wealthy, that dominate the area today.
703 was a grand old 4 storey, victorian era terrace and the basement was ‘Seventh Seance’s’ rehearsal and recording space. After securing the loan of a Tascam Porta one from ‘Some stumpy goats’ which they had successfully employed to create their ‘Long playing tapeworm’ release, 7S set about capturing the songs that had been the cornerstones of their live set for the previous year, as well as some new compositions at the time.
As such, this collection represents an archive of a band that was to self destruct, shortly after recording the unreleased ‘Kissing the Skylight’ single at a pucker 24 track recording studio (Tin Pan Alley, Denmark St. London). After gathering dust on our shelves for 20 years, the original 4 track recordings have been digitally re-mastered and are now ready for release.
A big thanks to all those who contributed to making the live shows the buzz that they were and all those who gave time, enthusiasm and cash to make it happen.
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