Magma Concert 1971 Brussels DBL CD Remastered

Recorded at Theater 140 in Brussels on November 12, 1971, this double CD is an exceptional document in that it represents the only record of live MAGMA of that time. Featuring the musicians on the album MAGMA 2, the training interprets topics borrowed from KOBAIA and 1001° CENTIGRADES, the first two releases by the group. The album also presents - and this is the most interesting aspect of this recording - two titles then in the making: “SOWILOI,” where Teddy LASRY demonstrates his great talent as a flutist, and “MEKANIK KOMMANDOH,” played for the first time in public, in a version much more developed than that engraved, three months earlier, on the compilation POWER 13 + 2.

Featuring
Klaus BLASQUIZ - singing, percussion
Louis TOESCA - trumpet
Teddy LASRY - soprano sax, flute
Jeff SEFFER - tenor sax
François CAHEN - piano
Francis MOZE - bass
Christian VANDER - drums, various voices

Tracks
1 - STOAH
2 - KOBAIA
3 - AINA
4 - RIAH SAHILTAAHK
5 - “ISS” LANSEI DOIA
6 - KI IAHL O LIAHK
7 - SOWILOI (SOI SOI)
8 - MEKANIK KOMMANDOH

To purchase: http://www.seventhrecords.com/en/magma-19/magma-bruxelles-1971-84.html

Magma's official website: http://www.magmamusic.org

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