Magma - Live album
Style: Jazz-Rock, Avantgarde, Prog Rock
Date of release: 1989
Size MP3: 1963 mb
Size FLAC: 1613 mb
Format: AHX AC3 MP2 DXD ADX AU TTA
Magma is a French progressive rock band founded in Paris in 1969 by classically trained drummer Christian Vander, who claimed as his inspiration a "vision of humanity's spiritual and ecological future" that profoundly disturbed him. In the course of their first album, the band tells the story of a group of people fleeing a doomed Earth to settle on the planet Kobaïa. Later, conflict arises when the Kobaïans-descendants of the original colonists-encounter other Earth refugees.
Magma is the sixth studio album from French metal band Gojira. The album was released on 17 June 2016 through Roadrunner Records. The album was recorded at the band's studio in New York City, and was produced by Joe Duplantier, mixed by Johann Meyer, and mastered by Ted Jensen. The album sold almost 17,000 copies in its first week of release in the United States, charting at number 24 on the Billboard 200, making Magma the band's highest sales and chart debut to date.
This Magma Live/Hha� from 1975 was the first album I heard from them and I was sold on the spot. I was already receptive towards 70's jazz-rock but this pretty much blew me away. The album contains a solid performance of K�hntark�sz (a 30 minute piece from the preceding studio album). The set list is completed by a number of very attractive shorter tracks from earlier albums and the 20 minute monolith called M�kan�k Za�n, which only appears on this album (as far as I know).
Vander and Lockwood were joined on the album by Klaus Blasquiz, Stella Vander, Bernard Paganotti, Gabriel Federow, Benoit Widemann and Jeal-Pol Asseline. New Issue Of Prog On Sale Today. The Progressive Music Awards Are Back! The Prog Magazine Radio Show Is Back! Read Classic Rock, Metal Hammer & Prog for free with TeamRock+.
|A1||Köhntark (Part 1)||15:44|
|A2||Köhntark (Part 2)||16:16|
- Bass – Bernard Paganotti
- Drums, Vocals – Christian Vander
- Guitar – Gabriel Federow
- Keyboards – Benoît Widemann, Jean-Paul Asseline
- Violin – Didier Lockwood
- Vocals – Klaus Blasquiz, Stella Vander
NotesReprint of the 1976 original on Utopia (France).
|CYL2-1245, CYL2 1245||Magma||Magma Live (Magma Hhaï) (2xLP, Album)||Utopia , Utopia||CYL2-1245, CYL2 1245||France||1975|
|LIKD 31||Magma||Live (2xLP, Album, RE)||Decal||LIKD 31||Europe||1989|
|VICP-63569||Magma||Live (CD, Album, RE, RM, RP)||Victor||VICP-63569||Japan||2006|
|CPCD 8171||Magma||Live (CD, RM)||Charly Records||CPCD 8171||UK||1996|
|VICP-61660||Magma||Live (CD, Album, RE, RM, Pap)||Victor||VICP-61660||Japan||2001|