Fears For Art - Hopesand mp3 album
- Performer: Fears For Art
- Title: Hopesand
- Genre: Rock
- Formats: TTA ADX AIFF DXD VQF XM RA
- Released: 1996
- MP3 album: 1665 mb
- FLAC album: 1620 mb
- Rating: 4.3/5
- Votes: 500
Fears for Art. Hopesand. Midnight Fantasy Records 9843.
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Experimental Rock Art Bears. Album Name Hopes and Fears. Data de lançamento 1978. Labels Recommended Random Radar Records. Lista de los grupos Experimental Rock Art Bears Hopes and Fears. añadir las palabras del álbum. Data de aparición 1978.
Hopes and Fears began as a Henry Cow album, but after the first recording sessions in Switzerland, some of the members of the band were unhappy about the predominance of song-oriented material. Produced by Art Bears and Etienne Conod. Cover art by E. M. Thomas, assisted by Graham Keatley, Charlotte Sainsbury, Doug Kierdorf and Jane Colling (figures on the original LP cover). Hopes and Fears derived its name from the following conversation between Charion and Hermes in Satirical Sketches: Charon Sees Life by Lucian of Samosata (quoted in the booklet accompanying the CD release of the album):.
The debut album from Art Bears is merely a continuation of the already well established Henry Cow sound. The story goes like this - Hopes And Fears began as a Henry Cow album but the early sessions in Switzerland split the band due to some members dislike for a vast amount of song-oriented material. A compromise was reached when the members agreed upon splitting the material into two different releases. The song-oriented material was released under a new moniker, Art Bears, while the instrumental compositions would make up the final Henry Cow studio album. Despite being labeled as an Art Bears album, Hopes and Fears was recorded mostly by Henry Cow. While working on what would turn out to be their swansong, Western Culture, the group witnessed a disagreement between its members.
Hopes and Fears is the debut album by the English avant-rock group Art Bears. It comprises tracks by Henry Cow, Art Bears's predecessor, recorded at Sunrise Studios, Kirchberg in Switzerland in January 1978, and tracks by Art Bears, recorded at Kaleidophon Studios in London in March 1978. Hopes and Fears began as a Henry Cow album, but after the first recording sessions in Switzerland, some of the members of the band were unhappy about the predominance of song-oriented material. As a compromise it was agreed that two albums would be made: the songs would be released by Fred Frith, Chris Cutler and Dagmar Krause as Art Bears, and the instrumental compositions would be released later by Henry Cow. The newly formed Art Bears recorded four more tracks in London to complete Hopes and Fears, which was released in May 1978.
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This album has an average beat per minute of 107 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 107/107 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Hopes and Fears. BPM Profile Hopes and Fears. Album starts at BPM, ends at BPM (+0), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Art Bears. The World as It Is Today.
|2||Let It Go||4:56|
|7||All Or Nothing||4:57|
|11||Con Stant Now||8:22|
|13||Con Stant Now (Radio Edit)||4:36|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Midnight Fantasy Records
- Copyright (c) – Midnight Fantasy Records
- Distributed By – Navarre Corporation
- Bass – Alan Loshbaugh
- Drums – Steve Fox
- Guitar, Vocals – Mark Risch
- Vocals – Michael Briggs
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 7 95505-9843-2 9