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Roger Doyle - Oizzo No mp3 album

  • Performer: Roger Doyle
  • Title: Oizzo No
  • Genre: Electronic / Classical
  • Country: Ireland
  • Formats: VQF MIDI DTS MP2 TTA VOC VOX
  • Released: 1992
  • Style: Experimental, Contemporary
  • MP3 album: 1415 mb
  • FLAC album: 1728 mb
  • Rating: 4.7/5
  • Votes: 458
Roger Doyle - Oizzo No mp3 album

Thalia/Oizzo No by Roger Doyle, released 13 September 2012 1. Bitter-Sweet Suite 2. Ceol Sidhe 3. Oizzo No 4. Obstinato 5. Two Movements For Flute And Strings 6. Theme From Emtigon 7. Extra Bit 8. Baby Grand 9. Thalia - part 1 10. Thalia - part 2 11. Solar Eyes 12. Three Poems By Patrick MacDonogh (bonus track) 'The music on this album represents Roger Doyle's early works, re-packaged and re-mastered in 2002. It includes his extremely rare self-released 1975 debut LP "Oizzo No" and his second LP "Thalia" from 1978, originally released on CBS Classics.

Oizzo No ‎(LP, Album, RE). Cacophonic. He's not above using effects either, having a backward echo slam down like a portcullis. The sound grows & builds, declines & fades, ever changing without really transforming into anything different. Bird-like voices finally draw the album to a close, ending on the weirdness which makes it so attractive

Roger Doyle (born 17 July 1949) is an Irish composer best known for his electro-acoustic work and for his piano music for theatre. Doyle studied piano from the age of nine. After leaving school he attended the Royal Irish Academy of Music for three years, studying composing, during which time he was awarded two composition scholarships.

Complete your Roger Doyle collection. OIZZO NO was originally a private LP release and THALIA was issued by Irish CBS, both are extremely rare collectors items. The OIZZO NO release here, however, should really be considered as Roger Doyle's early works, documenting the years 1968 to 1975, and presents a most individual talent at work, be it the strange honky-tonk piano of Bitter-Sweet Melody that opens the album, or the esoteric orchestral suite Two Movements for Flute and Strings (the earliest composition here).

Enjoy this album from Roger Doyle on the Qobuz apps thanks to your subscription. on the built-in player. Oizzo No, originally self-released by Doyle in 1975, finds the composer moving in too many directions as he explores different instrumentation, everything from piano solos and Baroque strings to short tape loops. Ceol Sidhe" features traditional Celtic instruments, whereas "Theme from Emtigon" is a short pop instrumental with Doyle overdubbing himself on drum kit, piano, and guitar

3. Oizzo No. Roger Doyle. 5. Two Movements for Flute and Strings.

Oizzo No. Roger Doyle - Why Is Kilkenny So Good? 11:23. Roger Doyle - Two Movements for Flute and Strings 06:44. Roger Doyle - Theme From Emptigon (A Film) 01:34. Roger Doyle - Extra Bit 01:17. The Thousand Year Old Boy - Roger Doyle. Passades, Vol. 2 - Roger Doyle. The Love of Don Perlimplin and Belisa in the Garden - Roger Doyle. Contents of the Pay-Jar - Roger Doyle.

B3Theme From Emtigon. B4Extra Bit. Cacophonic Item No: 614605. This manifesto of outsider orchestrations, teenage symphonies and cultivated concrete is the debut album of experimental Irish avant garde and electro acoustic innovator Roger Doyle.

Tracklist

1 Bitter-Sweet Suite 4:35
2 Ceol Sidhe 4:38
3 Oizzo No 9:51
4 Obstinato 1:59
5 Why Is Kilkenny So Good? 11:22
6 Two Movements For Flute And Strings 6:47
7 Theme From Emptigon 1:34
8 Extra Bit 1:26
9 Piano Suite 9:10
10 Baby Grand 3:58
11 Solar Eyes 12:18

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – St. Catherine's Church, Dublin
  • Recorded At – St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin
  • Recorded At – 9th Lock House
  • Recorded At – Windmill Lane Studios
  • Recorded At – Instituut Voor Sonologie
  • Published By – Dom Bartwuchs
  • Published By – Artware Production
  • Copyright (c) – Roger Doyle
  • Manufactured By – P+O Pallas – 11895

Notes

Limited edition of 700 copies.

"Ceol Sidhe" recorded in St. Catherine's Church, Dublin 1974.
"Two Movements for Flute and Strings" recorded in St. Patricks Cathedral, Dublin 1973.
"Piano Suite" recorded in Archie Simpson's 9th Lock House, Dublin 1990.
"Baby Grand" recorded in Windmill Lane Studios, Dublin 1978.
"Solar Eyes" recorded at the Institute of Sonology, Utrecht State University, The Netherlands.

Tracks 1 to 8 originally released in 1975 as the LP "Oizzo No".
Track 9 is newly recorded. [Previously unreleased]
Tracks 10 & 11 originally released in 1978 on the LP "Thalia".

Artware Category is misprinted as ARTWARE 05 CD on the release.

(c) 1992
Published 1992 by Dom Bartwuchs/Artware
Made in West Germany
Printed in Germany

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: DOM BW 03 P+O-11895-B2 02-92

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
THR 3, 6810 719 Roger Doyle Oizzo No ‎(LP) Thrust Records , Thrust Records THR 3, 6810 719 Ireland 1975
24CACKLP Roger Doyle Oizzo No ‎(LP, Album, RE) Cacophonic 24CACKLP UK 2018



Reviews about Roger Doyle - Oizzo No (1):
Truthcliff
To a small select group of people, Roger Doyle is revered as making one of the finest electro-acoustic music albums of all time. Recorded under the guise of Operating Theatre and released on United Dairies (the home of Nurse With Wound) the album RAPID EYE MOVEMENTS is a sonic delight, a spectacular work combining the best and most revolutionary concepts of both Stockhausen and Ferrari to create an altogether more eclectic concoction. Of course, Irishman Roger Doyle hadn't just appeared with this masterwork, he already had two other albums to his credit, namely OIZZO NO and THALIA. These two CD's encompass both these albums, along with an unreleased archive recording and a brand new major work. OIZZO NO was originally a private LP release and THALIA was issued by Irish CBS, both are extremely rare collectors items.The OIZZO NO release here, however, should really be considered as Roger Doyle's early works, documenting the years 1968 to 1975, and presents a most individual talent at work, be it the strange honky-tonk piano of Bitter-Sweet Melody that opens the album, or the esoteric orchestral suite Two Movements for Flute and Strings (the earliest composition here). But mostly, this is a collection of unusual sonic observations, mixtures of manipulated music, text, tape-loops, all sorts of strange tape editing. Most curious is Ostinato with its very long spoken loop and strangely repeated musical accompaniment. Best of all though is the closing Solar Eyes, a drifting, yet dynamic tape work that strangely reminds me of Klaus Schulze circa CYBORG! despite its lack of melodies..... From my review in Audion #22, published in July 1992

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