Maledictus sound france version

$300.00

Maledictus Sound - ST

Format: LP
Label: AZ STEC LP 51 (France)
Year: 1968
Origin: France; Québec
Genre: psych, experimental, freakout, freak
Keyword:  halloween
Value of Original Title: $300.00
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Release Type: Albums
Websites:  No
Playlist: Playlist - CDS, Quebec, 1960's, Experimental & Electronic

Tracks

Side 1

Track Name
Kriminal Theme
The Whistler
Inside my Brain
Blues Section Club
Concerto Genocide
Transfer from the Modulation
AMS...Tram...Gram...
Entrac'Theme

Side 2

Track Name
Radio Pirate Program
Stupidly Made in Gaulle
Jim Clark was Driving Recklessly
Dark Sky
Crazy Circus
Art Director
Heathcliff I Cry Your Name
Monsters Cocktail

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Information/Write-up

From Montréal, Canada, Les Maledictus Sound were a large instrumental ensemble that put out one album in the late '60s. The record was an odd melange of psychedelic rock, easy listening pop, orchestral arrangements, and some sound effects, dabbling in spots of classical, jazz, and whatnot. More of a novelty than inspired post-modernism, it was reissued on CD about 30 years later. The album is identical to the somewhat less widely known one credited to L'experience 9 called Freak Out Total, which bears a different title and cover art.
Richie Unterberger, All Music Guide

While in Canada in 1976, Jean-Pierre Massiera, recorded another experimental album under his alter-ego "Horriffic Child" entitled L'Etrange Monsieur Whinster.

André Ceccarelli: drums
Nicolas Montalbano: drums, timbales
Pierre Demaria: bass
Edmond Aublette: contrebasse
René Bec: piano
Richard Pasero: rhythm guitar
Jean-Claude Chavanat: rhythm guitar
Jean Pierre Massiera: solo guitar
Patrick Djivas: solo guitar
Bernardini: organ
Jean Buzon: trumpet, violin
Georges Amadi: bass clarinet, bariton, violin
Paul Baile: alto & tenor saxophone
Guy Sabato: mirliton, voice (effects)
Opéra De Monte-Carlo et Opéra De Nice: horns, violin

Arrangements direction orchestre by Paul Baile
Written by Jean Buzon
Recorded by Pierre Massierra
Recorded in April 1968 in Studio S.E.M., Nice, France

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