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LAlchimiste - Moving Gelatine Plates - The World Of Genius Hans (CD, Album)

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  2. 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.
  3. Moving Gelatine Plates is a music studio album recording by MOVING GELATINE PLATES (Canterbury Scene/Progressive Rock) released in on cd, lp / vinyl and/or cassette. This page includes Moving Gelatine Plates's: cover picture, songs / tracks list, members/musicians and line-up, different releases details, free MP3 download (stream), buy online links: amazon, ratings and detailled /5(14).
  4. Moving Gelatine Plates under the same line-up released a second album with CBS in entitled The World of Genius Hans, which like their first effort met with little commercial success.
  5. Jan 02,  · Moving Gelatin Plates The World of Genius Hans. bzfgt, Jan 1, # vensiliselogerfikilolantcartmo.xyzinfo, notesofachord, sami and 2 others like the vinyl absolutely SMOKES the CD. mgb70, Jan 1, # Jim Walker, Crispy Rob, sami and 3 others like this. bzfgt Interesting and Copacetic I like how they fret over the pacing of doing the album in order.
  6. The eponymous album has been recorded in , followed by the great "The World Of Genius Hans" twelve months later. Both Musea reissues come with an extensive booklet with biography, photo and bonus tracks from MOVING, the following project from A piece of history!/5(8).
  7. Jun 15,  · Studio Album, released in Songs / Tracks Listing 1. The World of Genius Hans 2. Funny Doll 3. Astromonster 4. Moving Theme 5. Cauchemar 6.
  8. Oct 10,  · Moving Gelatine Plates from This first LP sounded like stage. We recorded instruments directly, even most of the solos. The only things we recorded in a second time were voices. It was made really easily, because it’s not a “song” album! The sound engineer, François Dantan, was used to record Charles Trenet! He was really.