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  • Performer: Moving Gelatine Plates
  • Title: The World Of Genius Hans
  • Size MP3 ver: 2000 mb
  • Size FLAC ver: 1337 mb
  • Date of release: 1972
  • Style: Jazz-Rock, Prog Rock
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Genre: Jazz / Rock
Moving Gelatine Plates - The World Of Genius Hans mp3 flac

Tracklist

Funny Doll4:25
We Were Lovin' Her3:28
The World Of Genius Hans14:00
Un Jour...1:25
Cauchemar3:46
Moving Theme3:46
Astromonster6:15

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
CBS 64146Moving Gelatine Plates The World Of Genius Hans ‎(LP, Album)CBSCBS 64146France1972
FGBG 4101.ARMoving Gelatine Plates The World Of Genius Hans ‎(CD, Album, RE)MuseaFGBG 4101.ARFrance1994
noneMoving Gelatine Plates The World Of Genius Hans ‎(CDr, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Unofficial)Special Limited Edition noneRussia1994
CBS 64146Moving Gelatine Plates The World Of Genius Hans ‎(LP, Album, RE)CBSCBS 64146Europe2013
Test PressingMoving Gelatine Plates The World Of Genius Hans ‎(LP, Album, RE, TP, Whi)CBSTest PressingEurope2013
RPC017Moving Gelatine Plates The World Of Genius Hans ‎(LP, Album, RE, Gat)Replica Records , MuseaRPC017France2016
FGBG 4101.ARMoving Gelatine Plates The World Of Genius Hans ‎(CD, Album, RE)MuseaFGBG 4101.ARFranceUnknown
FGBG 4101.ARMoving Gelatine Plates The World Of Genius Hans ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP)MuseaFGBG 4101.ARFranceUnknown

Album

This is the second album and in my opinion the best one of this amazing progressive rock band called Moving Gelatine Plates. Unfortunately, MGP is a Rock Avant-Rock. Moving Gelatine Plates. Songs in album Moving Gelatine Plates - The World Of Genius Hans 1972. Moving Gelatine Plates - The World Of Genius Hans. Moving Gelatine Plates - Funny Doll. Moving Gelatine Plates - Astromonster. Moving Gelatine Plates - Moving Theme. Moving Gelatine Plates - Cauchemar. Moving Gelatine Plates - We Were Lovin' Her. Moving Gelatine Plates - Un Jour. The tiltle track , the monster 14 min World of Genius Hans is probably their magnum opus displaying excellent capabilities from all musicians even for guitarist Bertram - which had appeared a bit short on the previous album. But clearly the star of the show is Hemlinger and his never ending switch from trumpet to saxes , flutes and Kb works. MOVING GELATINE PLATES followed up their debut album only a year later with the phenomenal THE WORLD OF GENIUS HANS. Moving Gelatine Plates is a French progressive rock band first formed in 1968 by Gérard Bertram guitarist and Didier Thibault bassist and band leader, who met in 1966 as 14-year-old schoolmates. Being heavily influenced by jazz, the band is considered to be part of progressive rock's Canterbury scene despite its national origin. In particular, the band's sound has been compared to Soft Machine. According to Thibault, the bands name derives from the novel Travels with Charley: In Search of America. On their second album, the Moving Gelatine Plates revisit much of the musical territory established on their debut. The World of Genius Hans is a solid offering of jazz-influenced progressive rock, but it gives the impression that the band used up their best ideas on their first record. Many of the melodies aren't as alluring as those on the debut, and others sound like half-hearted rehashes of earlier songs. The Moving Gelatine Plates were one of the more innovative bands to come out of France during the period. The band's music was marked by shifting themes and alternating rhythms that were often delivered at a frantic pace. Like the groups from England's Canterbury scene, the Moving Gelatine Plates were also heavily influenced by jazz. The Moving Gelatine Plates were formed by guitarist Gerard Bertra read more. Although England was one of the more fertile grounds for progressive rock in the early '70s, continental Europe was also home to many groups that contributed to the genre. Progressive Rock. Band's List Progressive Rock Moving Gelatine Plates The World of Genius Hans. Add the album's lyrics. Add an audio file. no rates. Band Name Moving Gelatine Plates. Album Name The World of Genius Hans. Type Album. Released date 1971. Labels Unknown label. Members owning this album1. The World of Genius Hans. Funny Doll. Full album MGP - The World of Genius Hans 62:06. Moving Gelatine Plates Funny Doll The World Of Genius Hans 1972 4:31. Moving Gelatine Plates - Astromonster - 1972 6:20. MOVING GELATINE PLATES-The World Of Genius Hans-05-Cauchemar-Jazz, Prog Rock-1972 3:55. Moving Gelatine Plates - We Were Lovin' Her 3:36. The World Of Genius Hans. Critic Score. Or consider a donation Contributions By

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Listen to music from Moving Gelatine Plates like The World of Genius Hans, We Were Lovin' Her & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Moving Gelatine Plates. Although England was one of the more fertile grounds for progressive rock in the early '70s, continental Europe was also home to many groups that contributed to the genre. The Moving Gelatine Plates were one of the more innovative bands to come out of France during the period. The band's music was marked by shifting themes and alternating rhythms that were often delivered at a frantic pace. Moving Gelatine Plates: Removing, Like a flower, Enigme и другие песни. Moving Gelatine Plates: French progressive rock band first formed in 1968 by Gerard Bertram and Didier Thibault, who met in 1966 as 14-year-old schoolmates. Being heavily influenced by jazz, the band is considered to be part of progressive rock's Canterbury scene despite its national origin. In particular, the band's sound has been compared to Soft Machine. According to Thibault, the bands name derives from the novel Travels with Charley: In Search of America by John Steinbeck. Enigme, Bellidor, Theo и другие песни. Moving Gelatine Plates is a French progressive rock band first formed in 1968 by Gérard Bertram guitarist and Didier Thibault bassist and band leader, who met in 1966 as 14-year-old schoolmates. According to Thibault, the bands name derives from the novel Travels with Charley: In Search of America. Moving Gelatine Plates biography Formed in 1968 in Sartrouville, France - Disbanded in 1972 - Reformed in 1980 as Moving and again in 2006. MOVING GELATINE PLATES were in retrospect one of France's finest progressive rock bands. Forming in the wake of the tumultuous political situation of France in the late 60s, their music was distinctly apolitical, filled with a refreshing sense of humor and an irreverence that distinguished them from many of their more brooding contemporaries. The seeds sown for success, their debut album was finally released by CBS in 1971 to a heavy criti. Moving Gelatine Plates Фото исполнителя Moving Gelatine Plates. All songs by Moving Gelatine Plates. Most popular albums by Moving Gelatine Plates: Moving Gelatine Plates. Rock Psychedelic Rock. Moving Gelatine Plates. Psychedelic Rock Avant-Rock. The World Of Genius Hans. After a five-year hiatus, the Moving Gelatine Plates were reformed by bassist Didier Thibault in 1978. Thibault selected all new members for the revamped group and shortened their name to Moving. In 1980, the group recorded a self-titled album for the small Amo label. At the time this album was made, the band included Thibault, Jean-Jacques Hertz guitar, Marc Profichet drums, Jean Rubert saxophone, and Dominique Godin keyboards. Saxophonist Didier Malherbe of Gong also made a guest appearance on two of the album's tracks - Tout Autour De Toi and Solaria. Progressive Rock. Band's List Progressive Rock Moving Gelatine Plates Moving Gelatine Plates. Add the album's lyrics. Add an audio file. Music StyleProgressive Rock. Members owning this album1. London Cab. Last Song. Buy this album. Moving Gelatine Plates The World Of Genius Hans 1972 - Продолжительность: 14:06 Suha Önder 1 577. Relaxing Vinyl JAZZ - Piano Instrumental JAZZ Music for Work, Study,Calm Lounge Music 900 зрителей. You'll receive email and Feed alerts when new items arrive

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Painbrand
This one is slightly better than the group's debut, but there's not much to tell them apart. Once again, the Canterbury scene is the primary inspiration - particularly Soft Machine before that band took a turn into po-faced jazz, with Caravan also peeping through here and there and a bit of Frank Zappa-esque humour to boot (check out that album cover - Cow Mask Replica, anyone?). This album sees them broaden their musical horizon a bit, the first track opening with a furious bassline which sounds like the more progressive end of the funk scene before developing into a Canterbury epic, but they don't diverge from the first album's approach so greatly as to alienate anyone who enjoyed that one. These first two Moving Gelatine Plates albums are essential listening for anyone who needs reminding that the Canterbury scene extended well beyond Canterbury.

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