03 March, 2010

Roger Waters & Ron Geesin - Music from The Body (1970) (eac-flac-cover)

 
Roger Waters & Ron Geesin - Music from The Body (1970)
Rock | 1cd | eac-flac-cue-log-cover | 195MB
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wikipedia
Music from The Body is the soundtrack album to Roy Battersby's 1970 documentary film The Body, about human biology, narrated by Vanessa Redgrave and Frank Finlay. The music was composed in collaboration between Pink Floyd member Roger Waters and Ron Geesin, and employs biomusic, including sounds made by the human body (slaps, breathing, laughing, whispering, flatulence, etc.), in addition to more traditional guitar, piano and stringed instruments. The date of this album places it between Ummagumma and Atom Heart Mother, the latter featuring Geesin as a collaborator. The album's final track, "Give Birth to a Smile", features an uncredited appearance by all four members of Pink Floyd, with Geesin playing piano. The LP features a different track listing to the original film soundtrack, and a 3 sided acetate does exist of the full version. The cover of the album features a transparent anatomical manikin.

Track listing
All songs written by Ron Geesin, except where noted
   1. "Our Song" (Geesin/Waters) – 1:24
   2. "Sea Shell and Stone" (Waters) – 2:17
   3. "Red Stuff Writhe" – 1:11
   4. "A Gentle Breeze Blew Through Life" – 1:19
   5. "Lick Your Partners" – 0:35
   6. "Bridge Passage for Three Plastic Teeth" – 0:35
   7. "Chain of Life" (Waters) – 3:59
   8. "The Womb Bit" (Geesin/Waters) – 2:06
   9. "Embryo Thought" – 0:39
  10. "March Past of the Embryos" – 1:08
  11. "More Than Seven Dwarfs in Penis-Land" – 2:03
  12. "Dance of the Red Corpuscles" – 2:04
  13. "Body Transport" (Geesin/Waters) – 3:16
  14. "Hand Dance — Full Evening Dress" – 1:01
  15. "Breathe" (Waters) – 2:53
  16. "Old Folks Ascension" – 3:47
  17. "Bed-Time-Dream-Clime" – 2:02
  18. "Piddle in Perspex" – 0:57
  19. "Embryonic Womb-Walk" – 1:14
  20. "Mrs. Throat Goes Walking" – 2:05
  21. "Sea Shell and Soft Stone" (Geesin/Waters) – 2:05
  22. "Give Birth to a Smile" (Waters) – 2:49
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