David Stoughton - Transformer FLAC album
Listen to music from David Stoughton like saving for a rainy day, the sun comes up each day & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from David Stoughton. David Stoughton made one psychedelic record for Elektra records back in 1968 - Transformer.
In a historic collaboration, London´s Glam Rock icons, David Bowie and Mick Ronson joined New York City Proto-Punk Lou Reed to create the album that turned.
Complete your David Stoughton collection. TRANSFORMER (Elektra EKS 74034) does exactly what it says, each track is a music transformed into a new surprising form, and each LP side transforms into weirdness. The feel is somewhat like United States Of America and Fifty Foot Hose, although the electronics are mostly integral, processing, collage, et. and great use of special effects.
Исполнитель: David Stoughton Откуда: USA Альбом: Transformer Год выхода: 1968 Жанр: Psychedelic Rock Формат: MP3 CBR 320 Размер архива: 8. МB. Единственный альбом музыканта из Бостона. Был также членом The Cambridge Electric Opera C. .Personnel: David Stoughton - guitar, vocals (04-06), producer Devi Klate - vocals John Nicholls - vocals (01-03) Mal Mackenzie - bass Steve Tanzer - flute, piccolo flute Peter Chapman - horns Joe Livoisi - drums.
Album · 1967 · 6 Songs. Transformer David Stoughton.
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Transformer is the second solo studio album by American recording artist Lou Reed. The album is considered an influential landmark of the glam rock genre, anchored by Reed's most successful single, "Walk on the Wild Side", which touched on controversial topics of sexual orientation and drugs. Produced by David Bowie and arranged by Mick Ronson, the album was released in November 1972 by RCA Records.
|A1||The Sun Comes Up Each Day||3:59|
|A2||The Summer Had No Breeze||5:10|
|A3||The Anecdote Of Horatio & Julie||8:00|
|B1||Saving For A Rainy Day||4:51|
|B3||I Don't Know If It's You||10:00|
- Copyright (c) – Paradox Music
- Art Direction – William S. Harvey
- Bass – Mal Mackenzie
- Design – Robert L. Heimall
- Drums – Joe Livolsi
- Engineer – Bob Petrucci, Marshall Goldberg, Peter Granet
- Flute, Piccolo Flute – Steve Tanzer
- Horns – Peter Chapman
- Photography By [Cover] – Myron Collins
- Recording Supervisor [Production Supervisor] – Jac Holzman
- Vocals – David Stoughton (tracks: B1 to B3), John Nicholls (tracks: A1 to A3)
- Words By, Music By, Producer, Concept By [Created By], Guitar – David Stoughton
NotesGold/tan Elektra labels.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Rights Society: BMI
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A): EKS 74034 A (AL)
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B): EKS 74034 B (AL)
|EKS-74034||David Stoughton||Transformer (LP, Album, All)||Elektra||EKS-74034||US||1968|
|EKS-74034||David Stoughton||Transformer (LP, Album)||Elektra||EKS-74034||US||1968|
|CLVLXEK 348||David Stoughton||Transformer (LP, Album)||Elektra, Disques Vogue||CLVLXEK 348||France||1968|
|EKS 74034||David Stoughton||Transformer (LP, Album)||Elektra||EKS 74034||UK||1968|
|EKS-74034||David Stoughton||Transformer (LP, Album, Mon)||Elektra||EKS-74034||US||1968|