Moving Gelatine Plates is the debut studio album from French act Moving Gelatine Plates. Moving Gelatine Plates is placed in the Canterbury catagory but if you ask me it�s hard to find what should give them a place in that catagory with this album except that they take some of their influences from the jazzy part of Soft Machine�s music. The music is in jazz/ rock territory. The dominant lead instrument is saxophone and the music is generally more jazz than it is rock. The debut Moving Gelatine Plates album is a decidedly worthwhile treasure for Canterbury fans to track down, not least because it hits such an absolutely perfect balance between acknowledging the band's influences and matching the quality of their work on the one hand, and creating a distinct identity for the band on the other.
Moving Gelatine Plates. Progressive Rock Moving Gelatine Plates. Labels Musea Records. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Members owning this album1. 1. London Cab. 2. X-25. Moving Gelatine Plates. Other productions from Moving Gelatine Plates.
Moving Gelatine Plates is an early Seventies legendary French band, led by bass player Didier Thibaut. Obviously influenced by Soft Machine and Frank Zappa, this original and very fine Progressive rock outfit displays complex melodies and polished arrangements. It offers very elaborated themes full of breaks in rhythms and following surprising paths
The Moving Gelatine Plates were formed by guitarist Gérard Bertram and bassist Didier Thibault, who met at school in Paris during the mid-'60s. Both men were enamored with the psychedelic sounds of bands like the Doors and the Yardbirds and the duo soon created a group called the Lines. After a series of drummers came and left the Lines, Michel Coulon joined the group. Coulon's arrival marked a shift in sound to a more experimental approach. Coulon also brought the band a new name, the Moving Gelatine Plates, a phrase he discovered while reading Steinbeck. After problems getting an album recorded through a minor label, the Moving Gelatine Plates finally signed with CBS in 1971. The band's debut, The Moving Gelatine Plates, was recorded in only six days and CBS released the album in 1971 with little promotion. Despite record sales of only 10,000 copies, The Moving Gelatine Plates received a positive response from fans and the press. Augmented by a group of session musicians, the Moving Gelatine Plates returned to the studio at the end of 1971 to record their second album, The World Of Genius Hans.
BPM Profile Moving Gelatine Plates. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Moving Gelatine Plates. The World of Genius Hans.
Geronimo's Cadillac (EP, Vinyl, 12, Maxi-Single, 45 RPM ) ( Hansa 608 620-213) Shoes & Toupees agaselim You Know Baby (Live) Tika Toc (Dirty) Sugar Cream Unicorns Are Not Dead Величество, Царь вечности Les voix de la d faite Can't Stand The Night (8-Track Demo Version For The Album BREAKER ) Nightcall (Slow Mix) Pobre Diablo (Pista) Gigi's Good Night (NOTTE.
If you own the CD you will find that in addition to the original 5 tracks there are 4 bonus tracks that come from their comeback album under the truncated band name MOVING.
Moving Gelatine Plates under the same line-up released a second album with CBS in 1972 entitled The World of Genius Hans, which like their first effort met with little commercial success. Owing to financial problems resulting from poor sales, after releasing this album the band was soon forced to break u. .Thibault reformed the band with different members to release the album Moving in 1980 on the AMO label, shortly after which the band folded once more
I'm not sure Moving Gelatine Plates needs any introduction around here since so many people thinks so highly of their two first albums
|A1||–Moving Gelatine Plates||The World Of Genius Hans||13:27|
|A2||–Moving Gelatine Plates||Astromonster||6:25|
|A3||–Moving Gelatine Plates||London Cab||5:31|
|B3||–Moving||Like A Flower||13:20|
|C||–Moving Gelatine Plates||X25||6:49|
|D||–Moving Gelatine Plates||London Cab||2:00|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Monster Melodies Records
- Composed By – Didier Thibault (tracks: A1, A3 to D), Gérard Bertram (tracks: A2), Gérard Pons (tracks: A1, A3, C, D), Maurice Helmlinger (tracks: A1, A3, C, D)
- Executive-Producer – Monster Melodies
NotesLimited edition of 1000 copies on pink vinyl, hand numbered.
Gatefold cover, includes an insert and a photo card.
The 7" single is in a plain white sleeve, with "Moving Gelatine Plates First Recordings December 1970" stamped on the back.
Executive Producer (P) 2014 Monster Melodies
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