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Cozmic Corridors - Cozmic Corridors FLAC
Performer:
Cozmic Corridors
Album:
Cozmic Corridors
Style:
Krautrock, Ambient
Released:
1996
Country:
UK
Label:
Psi-Fi
Catalog:
PSCD0001
FLAC size:
1317 mb
MP3 size:
1171 mb
WMA size:
1303 mb


Tracklist


1Niemand Versteht7:43
2Daruber11:08
3The Summit9:51
4Dark Path3:07
5Mountainside8:43


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MENT011, PYR009Cozmic Corridors Cozmic Corridors ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM)Mental Experience, Pyramid MENT011, PYR009Spain2017
MENT011CDCozmic Corridors Cozmic Corridors ‎(CD, Album, Promo, RE)Mental ExperienceMENT011CDSpain2016
MENT011CDCozmic Corridors Cozmic Corridors ‎(CD, Album, RE)Mental ExperienceMENT011CDSpain2017


Credits


  • CoverJanet Leslie
  • Music ByAlex Meyer
  • Percussion, EffectsHans-Jurgen Putz
  • Producer [Produced By]The Mad Twiddler
  • Synthesizer [Minimoog], Electric Organ [Hammond Organ], Electric Piano [Fender Rhodes], VocalsAlex Meyer
  • Twelve-String Guitar [12 String Guitar], Electric GuitarPeter Forster
  • VocalsPauline Fund
  • Words ByPauline Fund


Notes


Recorded 1972/73, Cologne.
Licensed from Moat.
Digitally re-mastered at Porky's, London June 1996.
With thanks to Trevor and Toby.

Composers & production credits taken from the CD booklet - they aren't mentioned elsewhere.

Replica of original rear cover has credits that differ from rear CD tray inlay:
Alex Meyer: Organs, Chants, Synthesizers
Peter Förster: 12 String Guitar, Guitar, Violin
Hans Jürgen Pütz: Cello, Percussion
Pauline Fund: Vocals, Percussion

Pyramid catalog number on rear booklet: PYR 009

Packaged in a standard jewel case with 4-page booklet (black inside).


Barcodes


  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): C2788 PSCD 0001 · 1:0 ₋MASTERED₋ BY NIMBUS
  • Mastering SID Code (Mirrored): IFPI L122
  • Mould SID Code: ifpi 2312


Companies


  • Licensed From – Moat Studio
  • Remastered At – Porky's Mastering
  • Glass Mastered At – Nimbus – C2788


Video



Album


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  • Shakanos
Like Galactic Explorers and Pyramid I think this is a fake 70s album. The sound just doesnt convince me neither does the performance. There seems to me quite a few of these wanna be lost and now found krautrock discoveries mucking about discovered by Indian Jones and just to make a quick dime the curators of the farce make up these really fact less back stories to help aid the sales pitch. My last sucker purchase was Jurgen Muller Science of the Sea a supposedly lost synth-orama discovery from the late 70s. Turned out its some bloke in Seattle with vintage gear i.e. a hipster who needed to notoriety?Dont get me wrong I love the music truly all these releases have artistic validity but its the utter blatant lies to sell the product that I find moral-less and what cheapened the whole experience of genuineness. I am sure anyone with access to an old reel to reel 16 track and old mics can pull the stunts off. But for gods sale do it with some respect to your potential audience yeah the people who work their asses off to pay taxes and yet still scrape up money to purchase your art!
You should read my liner notes on the Mental Experience reissues. These contain all the history that is known as well as some interview extracts with the engineer/producer and musician Toby Robinson who was involved in these recordings. Toby's history is well documented, as is Robin Page (although his musical activities are not so well-known), and other musicians like Zeus B. Held and Reinhard Karwatky have confirmed being involved in such recordings. The only unknown factor here is exactly was pressed and released at the time.