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Tim Blake Crystal Machine

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    Crystal Machine is a combination studio/live album by Tim Blake, recorded and originally released in 1977. After departing Gong in 1975 he teamed up with French lighting designer Patrice Warrener to form Crystal Machine, pioneering the use of lasers and synthesizers in a live setting. Blake’s debut album, “Crystal Machine”, was originally released in 1977 on the French experimental label Egg and featured two pieces recorded live in the UK and in France.
    Track Listings:
    A1 Midnight 6:22
    A2 Metro Logic 6:28
    A3 Last Ride Of The Boogie Child (Seasalter Free Festival 1976) 7:50
    B1 Synthese Intemporelle (Crystal Machine Live At Palace, 18/2/77) 15:52
    B2 Crystal Presence 1:28
    Artist Name(s):
    Tim Blake
    Patrice Warrener
    Producer(s):
    Tim Blake
    Release Year: 1977
    Style:
    Ambient, Progressive, Space Rock
    Album Type:
    Live, Studio
    Formats:
    Compact Disc, Digital / Download, LP 33 1/3
    Studio Name:
    Seasalter Free Festival, Le Palace Théâtre
    Mastering: Kaleidophon Studios
    Engineer(s): Tim Blake, Jacques Darnys
    Liscense:
    Copyright
    Label / Publishing
    Label Name:
    Egg
    Catalog Number(s):
    900.545
    Location:
    France
    Sources
    Editions / Reissues
    1. Esoteric Recordings ECLEC 2578 France 2017
    2. Egg ECI 243 Colombia 1977
    3. ООО "Канкард" GGFCD 03016 Russia 2000
    4. Egg GP701 Japan 1977
    5. Egg 4.900.545 France 1977
    Synthesizers Used
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