Sparks - Big Beat mp3 album
Big Beat is the sixth album by American rock band Sparks, released in 1976. Big Beat was recorded at Mediasound Studios, New York City in August 1976. The album was the group's first album after breaking away from their English backing band.
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BPM Profile Big Beat. Album starts at 132BPM, ends at 140BPM (+8), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Sparks. The Seduction of Ingmar Bergman. Exotic Creatures of the Deep.
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Duration: 35:42 Year: 1976. Culture Beat - Horizon. Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday. Nicki Minaj - Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.
Big Beat is the sixth album by Sparks, released in 1976. Most famous for its odd album cover, Big Beat, Sparks' final album for Island Records, saw a complete volte-face from their previous albums, the only continuity being the very definite shift in style that would become as much of a trademark as a hindrance for the Mael brothers. Gone were the rest of the band (replaced by a new trio including former Roxy Music bass player Sal Maida), and likewise the intricate musical arrangements were remoulded into a far more streamlined, guitar-led approach
The Sparks' "Big Beat" Lp was recorded at Mediasound Recording studio in New York City during August 1976. In the '70s Mediasound was regarded by many artists as the place to make the best-sounding records in the business. Nicknamed "The Church", the studio had been founded in 1969 by John Roberts and Joel Rosenman, two of the promoters of the original Woodstock Festival, and it was located at 311 West 57th St. between Eighth and Ninth Avenues, in the heart of Manhattan.