David Sancious And Tone - Transformation (The Speed Of Love) mp3 album
David Sancious And Tone - Transformation (The Speed Of Love) LP VG+ PE 33939. DAVID SANCIOUS AND TONE - Transformation ( Speed Of Love) - CD - Mint - RARE. So yes he has done very well for himself.
Another album, Transformation (The Speed of Love), followed in 1976, and a third album, Dance of the Age of Enlightenment, was recorded. However a dispute between Epic and Sancious' new label, Arista Records, over ownership rights meant it was shelved. It would not be released until 2004 (when it briefly appeared as a Japanese bootleg CD). One more Tone album, True Stories, came out in 1978 but the band subsequently broke up. Sancious released two solo albums, Just As I Thought (1979) and The Bridge (1980), and then put his solo career on hold
The Play And Display Of The Heart. B. Transformation (The Speed Of Love). Artwork – Anthony Tillman.
David Sancious, TONE 22-09-2003. Total duration:40 min. 01. Piktor's Metamorphosis. Composers: David Sancious. 02. Sky Church Hymn David Sancious. 03. The Play and Display of the Heart. 04. Please write a minimum of 10 characters.
1976 was a solidifying time for David Sancious who emerged from the previous year’s "Forest Of Feelings" as a jazz-rock force to reckon with and admire. Instead, David painted it with colour, never more so than on this album which, over the course of four pieces only, embraces both heaven and earth. The speed exploration starts there, as the piece’s swirl is passed from keys to strings and Sancious’ fingers run from an easy jive to a light shredding, but everything slows down for Sky Church Hymn the Hendrix-inspired purified blues, initially acoustic and slide-caressed and – here’s another change boosted with Gerald Carboy’s bass and Ernest Carter’s drums –.
Album · 1975 · 4 Songs. 4. Released: 31 Dec 1975. More By David Sancious. See All. True Stories.
As fine as that album was, effortlessly combining emotionally open approaches to jazz, rock, funk, and classical music, Transformation (The Speed of Love) is almost exponentially better in terms of composition, arrangement, and execution. Using the same band under the Tone moniker - drummer Ernest Carter and bassist Gerald Carboy - this Bruce Botnick-produced set builds on the strengths of its predecessor. The tracks are longer, ranging from six and a half to over 18 minutes - and there are only four.
Album by David Sancious & Tone.
|A2||Sky Church Hymn #9||8:49|
|A3||The Play And Display Of The Heart||6:27|
|B||Transformation (The Speed Of Love)||18:07|
- Artwork – Anthony Tillman
- Engineer – Allan Burnham, Tom Likes
- Producer – Bruce Botnick, David Sancious
- Written-By – D. Sancious*
NotesRecorded and mixed at Caribou ranch, Colorado, by Bruce Botnick 1975-10-24 - 1975-11-10 assisted by Jeff Guercio, Mark Guercio and Randall W. Blunt.
|ECLEC 2458||David Sancious And Tone||Transformation (The Speed Of Love) (CD, Album, RE, RM)||Esoteric Recordings||ECLEC 2458||UK||2014|
|WOU 3939||David Sancious And Tone||Transformation (The Speed Of Love) (CD, Album, RE)||Wounded Bird Records||WOU 3939||US||2003|
|PE 33939||David Sancious And Tone||Transformation (The Speed Of Love) (LP, Album, Promo)||Epic||PE 33939||US||1976|
|EPC 81203||David Sancious And Tone||Transformation (The Speed Of Love) (LP, Album)||Epic||EPC 81203||Netherlands||1976|
|KE 33939||David Sancious And Tone||Transformation (The Speed Of Love) (LP, Album)||Epic||KE 33939||Canada||1976|