kosmose

Kosmic Music From The Black Country

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SR394
2CD digipack + 20 page booklet: AVAILABLE
2LP gatefold green black vinyl: SOLD OUT
2LP gatefold black vinyl
: AVAILABLE

Never released before recordings from Mythic Kosmiche belgian band Kosmose (1973-78).

Kosmose put their restless creativity to the noble purpose of soundtracking extraordinary mental states and astronomical phenomena. At their best, they make Pink Floyd's 'Interstellar Overdrive' sound earthbound (Dave Segal, The Wire magazine).

Kosmose can be approached as a collective without a specific leader. The line-up fluctuated quite a lot around a rock-solid core formed by Alain Neffe and Francis Pourcel. As you will hear, their sound evolved from something deeply influenced by Kosmische Musik to a purely improvised form of noisy free jazz. The whole adventure took place in the heart of the '70s, almost under wraps, though most rehearsals were taped by Neffe.

FEATURES

ALAIN NEFFE
DANIEL MALEMPRE
FRANCIS POURCEL
PAUL KUTZNER
GM HINANT

TRACK LISTING 2LP VINYL 7 TRACKS / 2CD 11 TRACKS

2CD
disc 1
01 The Second Untitled Track 6'40
02 The Third Untitled Track 9'30
03 The Fourth Untitled Track 4'20
04 The Fifth Untitled Track 5'45
05 The Ninetieth Untitled Track 9.00 
06 The Tenth Untitled Track  9.10
07 The Eleventh Untitled Track 8.40
08 The Sixth Untitled Track 13'30
disc 2
01 The Seventh Untitled Track 22'40
02 The Twelfth Untitled Track 28.00
03 The Eighth Untitled Track  18'56

2LP
side A
01 The Second Untitled Track  6'40
02 The Third Untitled Track 9'30
03 The Fourth Untitled Track  4'20
side B
01 The Fifth Untitled Track  5'45
02 The Sixth Untitled Track 13'30
side C
01 The Seventh Untitled Track 22'40
side D
01 The Eighth Untitled Track 18'56

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KOSMOSE in The Wire