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Theatre Of Eternal Music - Day Of The Holy Mountain mp3 track

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Performer: Theatre Of Eternal Music
Title: Day Of The Holy Mountain
Style: Contemporary
Category: Classical
Rating: 4.5 ✦
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Tracklist

1-1 Day Of The Holy Mountain (2 IV 64 - 01)
2-1 Day Of The Holy Mountain (2 IV 64 - 02)
3-1 Day Of The Holy Mountain (2 IV 64 - 03)
4-1 Day Of The Holy Mountain (2 IV 64 - 04)
5-1 Improvisation, 1964 - Tortoise Dream Music

Credits

  • Percussion – Angus MacLise
  • Viola – John Cale
  • Violin – Tony Conrad
  • Vocals – La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela

Notes

Recordings of the classic Theatre of Eternal Music lineup from 1964. Comes housed in a brown cardboard box.

La Monte Young and The Theatre of Eternal Music Raag Bhairava (Excerpt 3). 03:10. play) (pause) (download) (fb) (vk) (tw). La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela - The Theatre Of Eternal Music A - 13 I 73 5:35-6:14:03 PM NYC. 39:12. The Theatre Of Eternal Music - La Monte Young Poem For Tables Chairs Etc. Part 2. 07:41. La Monte Young, Marian Zazeela - The Theatre Of Eternal Music Drift Study 14 VII 73 9:27:27-10:06:41 PM NYC. 39:17.

The Theatre Of Eternal Music also known as The Dream Syndicate were a drone group from the early/mid 1960's. Recorded on the 2nd into the 3rd of April 1964. Extremely rare bootleg CD. 1:27:12. Day Of The Holy Mountain. Excerpt 1 is from the first half, excerpt 2 is from the second.

The film was produced by The Beatles manager Allen Klein of ABKCO Music and Records, after Jodorowsky scored an underground phenomenon with El Topo and the acclaim of both John Lennon and George Harrison (Lennon and Yoko Ono put up production money)

October 19, 1963 Unknown, New York (?) - 19 X 63 fifth day of the hammer Bb Dorian Blues. November 28, 1963 Unknown, New York (?) - Excerpt from 28 XI 63 the overday. December 17, 1963 Galerie Heiner Friedrich, Munich (?) - Excerpt, 17 XII 63 the fire is a mirror. January 12, 1964 Unknown, NY (?) - Excerpt, 12 I 64 the first twelve Sunday Morning Blues. March 1964 Unknown, NY (?) - Early Tuesday Morning Blues.

The Theatre of Eternal Music, sometimes later known as The Dream Syndicate, was a mid-1960s musical group formed b. .The Theater of Eternal Music's discordant sustained notes and loud amplification influenced Cale's subsequent contribution to the

The name Theatre of Eternal Music was first applied in February 1965 to a group of musicians working with La Monte Young, although most of the initial line up had been working together since the Summer of 1962. In 1963 and early 1964, the core consisted of Tony Conrad, Angus MacLise, La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, with John Cale joining in September 1963. In 1963, before the Theatre of Eternal Music name was used, this core group was augmented by Larry Poons, Joseph Byrd, Dottie Moskowitz, and Jack Smith, although they don't seem to have been part of the actual group