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Seventh Wave - Things To Come (1974) [Japan 2005]

10-08-2015, 14:06
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Seventh Wave - Things To Come (1974) [Japan 2005]

Artist: Seventh Wave
Title Of Album: Things To Come [Japan]
Year Of Release: 2005 (1974)
Label (Catalog#): Air Mail Archive [AIRAC-1148]
Country: UK
Genre: Psychedelic, Progressive Rock
Quality: FLAC (image+.cue+.log) | Mp3
Bitrate: Lossless | CBR 320 kbps
Time: 36:36
Full Size: 242 MB | 105 MB (Scans)

Post-Fungus English keyboards/drums duo, led by Ken Elliot and Kieran O'Connor.Both have worked together in the Psychedelic Rock band Second Hand and its natural continuation Chillum, who had a more experimental sound.It was a while the two musicians hadn't worked together and Seventh Wave started actually as a project of experimenting with keyboards and drums.After a single under the Fungus moniker, Elliot and O'Connor renamed themselves to Seventh Wave and were signed by Decca's branch label Gull.O'Connor was also responsible for the production of their first album ''Things to come'', co-produced by Neil Richmond and released in 1974.


01. Sky Scraper 02:16
02. Metropolis 04:24
03. Intercity Water Rat 00:30
04. Escalator 00:17
05. Old Dog Song 04:37
06. Smog, Fog And Sunset 03:12
07. Fail To See 04:05
08. Premonition 03:15
09. Festival 02:02
10. Eversolightly 04:33
11. Communication Skyways 02:44
12. Things To Come 01:43
13. 1999 1/2 00:58
14. Dance Of The Eloi 01:53

Ken Elliott - Chimes, Clavinet, Composer, Glockenspiel, Keyboards, Mellophonium, Moog Synthesizer, Piano, Piano (Electric), Synthesizer, Vocals
Kieran O'Connor - Bells, Bongos, Congas, Cymbals, Drums, Handclapping, Percussion, Producer, Vibraphone, Xylophone

Seventh Wave - Things To Come (1974) [Japan 2005]

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