Mini was founded in 1968 by vocalist and flutist Ádám Török in Budapest. In the beginning they played early Jethro Tull-like music. In the early seventies they became jazzier. Along with Syrius, they were a most popular underground band in Hungary. Their first album was released in 1978, and features space rock, jazz rock, and soft Camel-like tracks too. There is no guitar, but there is much flute, Fender Rhodes, floating string synth and a very precise rhythm section. The second album, ''Úton a föld felé'', was released in 1979, and is similar to the first one. The next album, released in 1983, was named ''Jungle''. This product was easier and lighter…
The album was released on January 10, 2005. The album was original released on March 8, 2004 under the name 667.. The Neighbour of the Beast which featured the same tracks as on the reissue, with the addition of an instrumental track "The Drop" and a radio version of "Hard to Be a Rock'n Roller", and "In My Dreams".The album increased the band's reputation in Norway and the rest of Scandinavia and was Wig Wam's final album before their winning Eurovision Song Contest appearance in 2005; which led to the reissue of the album, as it featured the song "In My Dreams" that the band performed at Eurovision. The album was also issued in two others versions, Hard to Be a Rock'n Roller.. In Kiev! (Europe) and Hard to Be a Rock'n Roller.. In Tokyo! (Japan).
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A strange psychedelic signal invades the TV screen and turns children and old people into hypnotized junkies in front of it.
On their third album, Lucifer's Friend took a new tack: instead of being a progressive band or a hard rock band, they decided to incorporate both styles into a more ambitious sound that also worked in elements of soul and jazz. The resulting album, I'm Just a Rock 'n' Roll Singer, lacks the coherent flow that defines a good album but offers an array of tuneful, well-crafted tracks nonetheless.
Leonardo García Alarcón's 2011 recording of Michelangelo Falvetti's 1682 oratorio Il Diluvio Universale is a reminder, if one were needed, that there are untold treasures of Baroque repertoire waiting to be discovered. The story of The Flood is told economically, but with enough peculiar diversions from the Biblical story to keep listeners on their toes about what's going to happen next. There are personifications of Divine Justice, Human Nature, Water, Fire, Land, and Death (a smugly self-satisfied character who sings a triumphant, gleeful little gigue once humanity has been wiped out). This is the first recording of any work by Falvetti and it's a knock-out. Having performers like Leonardo García Alarcón, Cappella Mediterranea, and Choeur de Chambre de Namur in your corner perhaps gives any composer a hand up, but the exceptional quality of the score itself is also easy to discern. (Stephen Eddins)