Massacre -《Killing Time》[MP3!]

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专辑中文名Killing Time

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专辑名称:Killing Time
专辑种类:Experimental Rock、Trash、Jazz
压缩比率:CBR 320kbps


这是John Zorn的厂牌下的一个前卫乐队,在AMG上面乐队被划分到了Thrash范畴,但是秉承着实验主义的Massacre作的却是地地道道的前卫的、另类的Jazz,这张专辑是乐队的代表作,非常好听,喜欢前卫音乐的不要错过。

Ornette Coleman boarding a plane to New York in 1959 is the symbolic image of an event that in a short while was destined to change jazz music forever (maybe for the last time?). Fred Frith boarding a plane to New York about twenty years later was not an event destined to change rock music just as deeply (and in those times the field covered by the word "rock" was already too wide and too fragmented for it to be changed by just one event); but the purchase of that plane ticket was destined to be an event of the greatest importance for Frith himself, since in New York he found musicians and environmental conditions that made his future quite different from that of his (equally gifted) UK colleagues who decided to stay at home.

It's obvious that Fred Frith didn't get to New York as a brilliant hopeful, but as a former member of legendary UK groups Henry Cow and Art Bears. But it was in New York that he met a lot of musicians - just think about (future) members of Material, Curlew, people like John Zorn and Wayne Horvitz and so on - who at the time could count on a certain number of places where one could play, plus (some) sympathetic press, and a fringe section of the audience who could sustain the musicians' will to experiment (and so, their survival): a series of conditions that were absolutely missing in London, where the belief on the part of the punks and the new wavers in things like "sterile virtuosity" had taken away the air to breath.

The trio called Massacre - Frith, bassist Bill Laswell and drummer Fred Maher - had already been briefly featured on side two of Speechless, but it was Killing Time (originally released on vinyl by Recommended Records Japan in 1981) that fully showed their modus operandi and their results. For many reasons, it's quite unlikely that the name Massacre will be known to most young listeners, but I'm confident that listening to this album will remind them of quite a few rock groups - including some of the (so-called!) "math" type - from Japan and USA.

Improvisations and compositions, studio and live recordings, all showed the wide palette the musicians had at their disposal: Frith could use a melodic or a "noise" approach with the same brilliance, Laswell showed nice echoes of funk and Miles, Maher was just as good both in the rhythm and in the almost-solo mode. The original album's first track was Legs, where the melody was played by Laswell's highly compressed electric bass; the record offered other very good tracks, such as Killing Time (where it's quite easy to hear echoes of groups that came later), Corridor (The Velvet Underground playing a jig?), Lost Causes (Laswell on Fender VI), Tourism (where the guitar reminds me quite a bit of Hans Reichel), After (with its funky angles) and Gate (with nice Afro-Cuban accents from the percussions).

本专辑转自eMule,感谢原发布者。做源时间:6pm - 10pm


01. Legs
02. Aging With Dignity
03. Subway Hearts
04. Killing Time
05. Corridor
06. Lost Causes
07. Not The Person We Knew
08. Bones
09. Tourism
10. Surfing
11. As Is
12. After
13. Gate







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