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Gandharva/In a Wild Sanctuary
     

Gandharva/In a Wild Sanctuary

by Beaver & Krause
 
Beaver & Krause's fascination with electronics did little to temper their enthusiasm for blues-rock, classical, gospel and jazz, each of which were used for selected tracks on these two radical albums reissued by Warner Archives in 1994. The first veers from spiky computer-pop to Switched-On Bach classical interpretations, evocative space music to soul-jazz

Overview

Beaver & Krause's fascination with electronics did little to temper their enthusiasm for blues-rock, classical, gospel and jazz, each of which were used for selected tracks on these two radical albums reissued by Warner Archives in 1994. The first veers from spiky computer-pop to Switched-On Bach classical interpretations, evocative space music to soul-jazz numbers complete with Hammond organ, plus a bout of tribal percussion with a South-seas melody on "People's Park." The partly live album Gandharva is more of the same, except for the final five tracks, which were recorded live at Grace Cathedral. The Moog is the star of the show on several tracks, and while a few reeds do enter, it's all part of the same mood (for once on the LP). Taken together, In a Wild Sanctuary and Gandharva are two of the wildest LPs to come from the electronics boom of the early '70s.

Product Details

Release Date:
08/09/1994
Label:
Warner Bros / Wea
UPC:
0093624566328
catalogNumber:
45663

Tracks

Album Credits

Performance Credits

Beaver & Krause   Primary Artist
Michael Bloomfield   Guitar
Ronnie Montrose   Guitar
Gerry Mulligan   Baritone Saxophone
Bud Shank   Flute,Saxophone
Paul Beaver   Organ,Synthesizer,Keyboards,Hammond Organ,Moog Synthesizer
Clydie King   Voices
LaMont Johnson   Piano
Dave Grusin   Piano,Hammond Organ
Patrice Holloway   Voices
Milt Holland   Percussion,Conga,Drums,Tabla,Tambourine
Howard Roberts   Guitar
Bernie Krause   Synthesizer,Keyboards,Moog Synthesizer

Technical Credits

Paul Beaver   Producer
Milt Holland   Contributor
Robert Orban   Engineer
Ray Dolby   Engineer
Bernard Krause   Producer

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