Henry Cow - Parco Sempione, Torino, 1978 mp3 album
Complete Album stats. Henry Cow Parco Sempione, Turin - Jul 14, 1978 Jul 14 1978. Henry Cow Stadio Leonardo Garilli, Piacenza - Jul 15, 1978 Jul 15 1978. Henry Cow Unknown Venue, Brescia - Jul 17, 1978 Jul 17 1978. Last updated: 13 Jun 2019, 16:22 Etc/UTC.
Unrest is an album by British avant-rock group Henry Cow, recorded at Virgin Records' Manor studios in February and March 1974. It was their second album and was released in May 1974. It was their first album including oboe and bassoon player Lindsay Cooper, who replaced saxophonist Geoff Leigh. The album was dedicated to Robert Wyatt and Uli Trepte.
Visit Parco Sempione. Possibly the one (and only) time I'll do this.
1978-07-13 Torino, IT - Parco Rignon aud (45m). 1978-07-14 Torino, IT - Parco Sempione - aud. Inner Ear Productions (106m): cassette. INDUSTRY (62m): printed silver bootleg. 1978-07-23 Cervia, IT - aud (108m) (2cd) Festa di Unità Proletaria.
Progressive Rock Elio E Le Storie Tese. Band's List Progressive Rock Elio E Le Storie Tese Parco Sempione. Band Name Elio E Le Storie Tese. Album Name Parco Sempione. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Members owning this album0. 1. Parco Sempione (Versione Piazza del Cannone).
View through the park to the Arch of Peace from Piazza del Cannone, 2016. The park, called "Parco Sempione", was built between 1888 and 1894 according to the project of architect Emilio Alemagna, which provided avenues for carriage, a pond and a belvedere where the Biblioteca del Parco Sempione currently stands . The station opened in 1964 and, since 1978, interchanges with the Line 2, for which it served as the southern terminus until the extension of the line to Porta Genova in 1983. The station is located in Piazzale Luigi Cadorna, opposite to Milano Cadorna railway station, within the municipal area of Milan. It is close to Sforzesco Castle, the Triennale and Parco Sempione.
In March 1978 Henry Cow invited four European groups, Stormy Six (Italy), Samla Mammas Manna (Sweden), Univers Zero (Belgium) and Etron Fou Leloublan (France), to come to London and perform in a festival Henry Cow had organised called Rock in Opposition or RIO. Throughout Europe, Henry Cow had encountered many "progressive" groups refusing to bow to the hegemony of American and British rock music. Henry Cow's last concert was held in Milan on 25 July 1978. A final performance scheduled at the Annual World Youth Festival in Cuba never materialised. In August they returned to the Sunrise studios to compete Western Culture after which the band officially announced their break-up in the press, stating that . lthough the group as a commodity, as a name, ceases to exist the work of the group will go o.
Concerts is a live double album by English avant-rock group Henry Cow, recorded at concerts in London, Italy, the Netherlands and Norway between September 1974 and October 1975. Sides one and two of the LP record consist of composed material while sides three and four contain improvised pieces. The album includes Henry Cow's last John Peel Session, recorded in September 1975 and extracts from a concert with Robert Wyatt at the New London Theatre in May 1975
|A1||Free Improv 1|
|B2||Waking Against Sleep|
|B5||Free Improv 2|
|B6||Free Improv 3|
- Bassoon, Oboe, Flute, Soprano Saxophone – Lindsay Cooper
- Drums – Chris Cutler
- Guitar, Bass, Viola, Piano – Fred Frith
- Organ, Alto Saxophone, Clarinet – Tim Hodgkinson
- Trombone, Violin – Annemarie Roelofs