Title: The Academy In Peril
Style: Art Rock
Format: MP3 FLAC MP4 APE AC3 ADX FLAC VQF MPC
FLAC size: 1470 mb | MP3 size: 1988 mb | WMA size: 1831 mb
Cale, john - the academy in peril new vinyl record. Third John Cale's solo album is in it's atmosphere similar to second one. During his long career in music, Cale changed his music style many times, so it's not easy to describe, what is his music. I think, putting him to category "Prog Related" on PA was clever decision: it describes everything and nothing.
The Academy in Peril is the second solo album by Welsh musician John Cale, released in July 1972 by record label Reprise. Like his previous release, the Terry Riley collaboration Church of Anthrax, it is mostly instrumental. Temper", an outtake from the recording sessions, was later released on the promotional compilation Troublemakers. It was also released on the Seducing Down The Door compilation.
The philosopher Brahms Legs larry at the television centre The academy in peril Intro Days of steam 3 orchestral pieces Faust The balance Capt. Morgan's lament King harry John milton. The Academy in Peril" Track Info. The Academy in Peril John Cale. 3. Legs Larry at Television Centre. 4. The Academy in Peril. 5. Intro/Days of Steam. 6. Three Orchestral Pieces: Faust/The Balance/Captain Morgan's Lament.
The Academy in Peril John Cale. Listen on Apple Music. Released: Jul 19, 1972.
Taking a sidestep from his earliest solo efforts into an exploration of his classical training and influences - thus the title - Cale on Academy creates a set of songs that probably bemused more than one listener at the time of release. The predominantly instrumental release, which finds him working with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra on two tracks, steers away from the more grotesque classical/rock fusions at the time to find an unexpectedly happy and often compelling balance between the two sides.
John cale inside the dream syndicate, vo. I: dream interpretation (table of the elements, 2001). Abandoning his classical education, John Cale landed an apprenticeship with Xiannis Xenakis and worked with John Cage before falling into the orbit of West Coast drone magus and purveyor of profoundly psychedelic holy minimalism La Monte Young. Tempting though it is to include Cale’s Terry Riley collaboration, Church Of Anthrax, it’s rather less convincing and coherent to my ears than the follow-up, The Academy In Peril.
Paris 1919 is the third solo studio album by Welsh musician John Cale. It was released on 25 February 1973 by Reprise Records. Musicians such as Lowell George and Wilton Felder worked with Cale on the release. Its title is a reference to the 1919 Paris Peace Conference, and song contents explore various aspects of early 20th century Western Europe culture and history.
The Academy in Peril is a 1972 album by John Cale. Temper," an outtake from the recording sessions, was later released on the promotional compilation Troublemakers. The cover concept and art was designed by Andy Warhol. Days of Steam" b/w "Legs Larry at Television Centre" 7" New Zealand 1972. Also issued as a promo in the US on Reprise Records. John Cale: bass, guitar, keyboards, viola.
|3||Legs Larry At Television Centre||3:35|
|4||The Academy In Peril||6:20|
|6||Days Of Steam||1:58|
|7||3 Orchestral Pieces||8:30|
|7 (b)||The Balance|
|7 (c)||Capt. Morgan's Lament|
- Artwork – Andy Warhol
NotesOriginally released in 1972.
Warner Archives Reprise. Catalog number is shown on the disc as 2-2079 and 2079-2.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Scanned): 075992693028
|MS 2079||John Cale||The Academy In Peril (LP, Album, Gat)||Reprise Records||MS 2079||US||1972|
|none||John Cale||The Academy In Peril (CDr, Album, Unofficial)||G. & P. Essential Music||none||Russia||Unknown|
|REP44212, 44 212||John Cale||The Academy In Peril (LP, Album, RE)||Reprise Records, Reprise Records||REP44212, 44 212||Europe||Unknown|
|4m821||John Cale||The Academy In Peril (LP, Album, RE, 180)||4 Men With Beards||4m821||US||2014|
|ED CD 182||John Cale||The Academy In Peril (CD, Album, RE)||Edsel Records||ED CD 182||UK||1989|