Mick Karn Dreams of Reason

Mick Karn - Dreams Of Reason Produce Monsters (1987) {Virgin} [ft. David Sylvian]

Mick Karn - Dreams Of Reason Produce Monsters (1987) {Virgin} [ft. David Sylvian]
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© 1987 Virgin Records | CDV 2389
Rock / Jazz / Alternative / Indie Rock / Experimental Rock / Fusion

Dreams of Reason Produce Monsters is Mick Karn's second solo album and features him playing a variety of woodwinds and basses, as well as keyboards and drums. The songs are marked by plodding drum tracks colored with simple contrapuntal keyboard and woodwind figures: of the instrumental tracks, only "The Three Fates" escapes this martial treatment. The two tracks that feature lyrics and vocals (by David Sylvian, Karn's former bandmate in Japan) are the most memorable. They emphasize the interplay between Karn's sinuous fretless playing and Sylvian's sonorous voice to good effect.

Mick Karn - Dreams of Reason Produce Monsters  Music

Posted by Octoberon at Nov. 10, 2007
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Mick Karn - Dreams of Reason Produce Monsters
Genre: Fusion, Experimental Rock | Vinyl Rip | APE | 171 Mb
12 February 1987 | Publisher: Virgin Records | Language: English | RapidShare

“Dreams of Reason Produce Monsters is Mick Karn's second solo album and features him playing a variety of woodwinds and basses, as well as keyboards and drums. The songs are marked by plodding drum tracks colored with simple contrapuntal keyboard and woodwind figures: of the instrumental tracks, only "The Three Fates" escapes this martial treatment. The two tracks that feature lyrics and vocals (by David Sylvian, Karn's former bandmate in Japan) are the most memorable. They emphasize the interplay between Karn's sinuous fretless playing and Sylvian's sonorous voice to good effect. ”Review on allmusic.com
Mick Karn - Each Eye A Path (2001) {2016 Kscope label digipak CD edition KSCOPE418}

Mick Karn - Each Eye A Path (2001) {2016 Kscope label digipak CD edition KSCOPE418}
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© 2001, 2016 Kscope / Mick Karn | KSCOPE418
Rock / Experimental / Art Rock / Electronic

Originally released on Medium Productions (Karn's joint venture with ex-Japan colleagues Steve Jansen and Richard Barbieri), this uniquely adventurous and evocative selection of tracks written and arranged between 1995 and 1999 was finally released in 2001. Each Eye A Path reveals Karn at his most intimate and unfettered, Steve Jansen (who mixed the album) adds some typically tasteful drum and percussion parts.
Dalis Car (Mick Karn) - InGladAloneness (2012) {MK Music MKCD4}

Dalis Car (Mick Karn) - InGladAloneness (2012) {MK Music MKCD4}
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© 2011, 2012 MK Music / Mick Karn and Peter Murphy | MKCD4
Rock / Experimental Rock / Alternative

Dali's Car was a duo project of bassist Mick Karn (formerly of Japan) and vocalist Peter Murphy (formerly of Bauhaus); it came into existence in the mid-'80s, produced one unsuccessful album, and then fell apart amid mutual rancor. But in 2011 Karn and Murphy tried it again. Karn was terminally ill, and they only came up with three new songs. (The five tracks on this EP include a cover of Jacques Brel's "If You Go Away" and an arrangement of a traditional Turkish song.)

Mick Karn - The Tooth Mother (1995) {CMP Records}  Music

Posted by tiburon at Dec. 14, 2016
Mick Karn - The Tooth Mother (1995) {CMP Records}

Mick Karn - The Tooth Mother (1995)
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Genre: Jazz, Fusion

The bass is really up front on this one. This is the most fully formed Mick Karn album, but still something seems to be missing. Or it's really that there should be more missing. Sometimes all the instrumentation gets a bit to busy. I could do without a lot of the guitar for instance. Although nothing here can obscure some of the greatest bass lines Karn's come up with. Songs like "Plaster the Magic Tongue" and a few others will amaze the bass crazed. There's lots of middle eastern and jazz fusion sounds to be found here. It's similar to Bestial Cluster just more consistently good, and sometimes darker or more middle eastern sounding. Mick Karn's best up to this point.
David Torn, Mick Karn, Terry Bozzio - Polytown (1994) {CMP Records CMP CD 1006}

David Torn, Mick Karn, Terry Bozzio - Polytown (1994) {CMP Records CMP CD 1006}
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© 1994 CMP Records | CMP CD 1006
Rock / Jazz / Experimental Rock / Fusion / Alternative / Electronic

Guitarist David Torn, bassist Mick Karn, and drummer Terry Bozio play a total of over 20 instruments in this far-reaching musical experiment, released in 1994 on avant- fusion label CMP Records. Led by Torn's scattered almost-melodies, these ten tracks present a tribal jazz ambiance and near-constant guitar and bass noodling that fans of Torn and Karn's prior work will enjoy. Bozio's expressive percussion stylings are up to the drummer's world-class standard, and carry Polytown beyond the new age oblivion similar records inhabit.

Mick Karn - The Concrete Twin (2009) {MK Music MKCD3}  Music

Posted by ruskaval at April 15, 2016
Mick Karn - The Concrete Twin (2009) {MK Music MKCD3}

Mick Karn - The Concrete Twin (2009) {MK Music MKCD3}
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© 2009 MK Music / Mick Karn | MKCD3
Rock / Experimental Rock / Fusion / Alternative

The Concrete Twin was the last solo album from ex-Japan member Mick Karn, originally released on his own MK Music label in 2009. Drama is most definitely the key word for Mick Karn's latest release The Concrete Twin. Not just because it could so easily fit in as the soundtrack to the best film or TV drama you have ever seen, but because of it's sense of classical harmony that takes one's breath away. From the opening track Ashamed To Be A Part of Them, it's obvious that this is not a background instrumental album, but one that demands attention. The 10 tracks are dense, at times overpowering, and laced with a sense of symphonic overtures that surface unexpectedly through the Jazz, Swing and Drum and Bass textures. "I wanted to move away from using samples," explains Mick, "so developed a way to sample myself.

The Enigma of Reason  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by ksveta6 at April 20, 2017
The Enigma of Reason

The Enigma of Reason by Hugo Mercier, Dan Sperber
2017 | ISBN: 0674368304 | English | 408 pages | PDF | 44 MB
Emil Jonason - Lindberg: The Erratic Dreams of Mr Grönstedt; Golijov: The Dreams & Prayers of Isaac the Blind (2017)

Emil Jonason - Lindberg: The Erratic Dreams of Mr Grönstedt; Golijov: The Dreams & Prayers of Isaac the Blind
Classical, Contemporary | WEB FLAC (tracks) & d. booklet | 49:51 min | 236 MB
Label: BIS | Tracks: 09 | Rls.date: 2017

Selected by ECHO (the European Concert Hall Organisation) as one of its ‘Rising Stars’ of the 2009/10 season, the Swedish clarinettist Emil Jonason has become increasingly visible on the international music scene. For his first disc on the BIS label he has chosen to record a concerto written for him by his compatriot Christian Lindberg, composer, conductor and legendary trombonist. As Lindberg remarks in his own note on the work, the soloist was involved at all stages of the compositional process. But the Erratic Dreams are the composer’s own – as is the figure of Mr Grönstedt, the main character of those dreams, and of the six movements that make up the colourful score.

The Enigma of Reason  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by interes at April 13, 2017
The Enigma of Reason

The Enigma of Reason by Hugo Mercier and Dan Sperber
English | 2017 | ISBN: 0674368304 | 408 pages | EPUB | 1,3 MB