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Roger Rodier - Upon Velveatur mp3 download Performer: Roger Rodier
Album: Upon Velveatur
Country: Canada
Released: 2006
Style: Folk Rock, Soft Rock
Size MP3: 1322 mb.
Size FLAC: 1959 mb.
Rating: 4.5/5
Votes: 298
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Roger Rodier ‎– Upon Velveatur. Label: Breeder Backtrack Archive Series ‎– ES900D95. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Unofficial Release. Upon Velveatur ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial).

Album · 2006 · 13 Songs. More By Roger Rodier. See All. Upon Velveatur.

Band Name Roger Rodier. Album Name Upon Velveatur. Erscheinungsdatum 1972. Labels Columbia Records. Musik GenreProg Folk. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 1. Listen To These Chords I Play (Celeste). 2. My Spirits Calling. 3. Am I Supposed To Let It by Again.

Upon Velveatur is a music studio album recording by ROGER RODIER (Prog Folk/Progressive Rock) released in 1972 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.

Roger Rodier put out an obscure album on Columbia in 1972, Upon Velveatur, that was very much in line with the folk-rock-oriented singer/songwriter trends of the era. It was at least as much indebte. ead Full Biography.

Upon Velveatur (1972). Album by Roger Rodier. Am I Supposed to Let It by Again (Above the Covers).

Artist: Roger Rodier Title: Upon Velveatur Year Of Release: 1972/2006 Label: Sunbeam Records Genre: Folk Rock, Acid Folk, Psychedelic Folk Quality: Mp3 320, Flac (image,. Tracklist: 1. Listen to These Chords I Play (Celeste) - 3:11 2. My Spirit's Calling - 5:05 3. Am I Supposed to Let It by Again?

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Breeder (catalog number ES900D95). Format of the release is. Vinyl, LP. Album.

Tracklist

1 Listen To These Chords I Play (Celeste) 3:11
2 My Spirit's Calling 5:05
3 Am I Supposed To Let It By Again? (Above The Covers) 4:07
4 The Key 4:01
5 While My Castle's Burning 4:19
6 You Don't Know What It's Like 4:11
7 Just Fine 3:59
8 Let's See Some Happyness 4:55
Bonus Tracks
9 Easy Song 3:31
10 L'Herbe 2:40
11 Tu Viendras 3:06
12 Have You? 3:13
13 Overseer 2:46

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Studios André Perry
  • Remixed At – Manta Sound
  • Copyright (c) – Roger Rodier

Credits

  • Arranged By – Yves Lapierre
  • Design – BigKick! Creations
  • Executive Producer – John Williams
  • Mastered By – Dave Blackman*, Steven Carr
  • Producer, Written-By – Roger Rodier
  • Recorded By – Michael Lachance
  • Remix – David Greene

Notes

From the back cover:
Often compared to the work of Nick Drake, Upon Velveatur is a dense and mysterious French-Canadian folk-psych suite, featuring beautiful melodies, lush orchestration and scorching electric guitar. Barely circulated on its original release in 1972, it has gathered a major cult following and is now making its first appearance on CD, complete with five bonus tracks, rare photographs and sleevenotes by the enigmatic Rodier himself.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 5051125501212
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ES-90095, ES 90095 Roger Rodier Upon Velveatur ‎(LP, Album) Columbia, Columbia ES-90095, ES 90095 Canada 1972
saga-182 Roger Rodier Upon Velveatur ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial) Sagara saga-182 Portugal 2015
ES 90095 Roger Rodier Upon Velveatur ‎(LP, Promo) Columbia ES 90095 Canada 1972
ES900D95 Roger Rodier Upon Velveatur ‎(LP, Album, Unofficial) Breeder Backtrack Archive Series ES900D95 Unknown
ES-90095 Roger Rodier Upon Velveatur ‎(LP, Album, 2nd) Columbia ES-90095 Canada 1972


As for my own comments, I would compare this to Al Stewart before Nick Drake. It seems very introspective like Drake's work, but has more of the Stewart story telling style to it.Songs like Am I Supposed To Let It By Again? (Above The Covers) dive deeper into rock territory than Stewart of Drake ever did.A lot of this is also lighter fare than Stewart or Drake. It's light and airy and orchestrated just right.Overall a well rounded album in my opinion.Sometimes it reminds me of Mark Fry - Dreaming With Alice a little bit too.
moved here from the notes of this submission:"Often compared to the work of Nick Drake, Upon Velveatur is a dense and mysterious French-Canadian folk-psych suite, featuring beautiful melodies, lush orchestration and scorching electric guitar. Barely circulated on its original release in 1972, it has gathered a major cult following and is now making its first appearance on CD, complete with five bonus tracks, rare photographs and sleevenotes by the enigmatic Rodier himself."