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9 thoughts on “ Arena - Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) - Labyrinth (CD, Album)

  1. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Labyrinth/Roots - Ian Carr, Nucleus on AllMusic - - In , BGO released Labyrinth/Roots, which.
  2. Labyrinth, an Album by Ian Carr With Nucleus. Released in on Vertigo (catalog no. L; Vinyl LP). Genres: Jazz-Rock.
  3. "Roots" is a really solid, British 70's Fusion album and well worth buying. Great musicianship and very playable. "Labyrinth" on the other hand is hard work. It has some truly great moments but they are sandwiched between passages of experimental nonsense. The sleeve notes actually quote Ian Carr as being apologetic for the compositional failings/5(18).
  4. Labyrinth / Roots (2-CD) by Ian Carr / Nucleus - CD () for $ from kidwahotlicalbeunacithecentworfa.xyzinfo Pop / Rock - Order by Phone Price: $
  5. Well, almost 4 stars, anyway!! Still under the name Ian Carr's Nucleus, this is a much better album than its predecessor. With a altogether more cohesive line-up (although further changes lay ahead), the foundation of the group was set, Ian Carr will reuse the name Nucleus from the next album on/5(5).
  6. And this wasn't even the first Nucleus album of , the group had already issued the funky 'Labyrinth' earlier in the year, yet it maintained the high standards set by the first three Nucleus albums and even helped the Ian Carr-led outfit develop their sound further, as they gradually headed into faster and more fluid areas of jazz-rock.
  7. Benvenuti nel sito di Papermoon, il negozio della tua musica! Grazie all'importazione diretta da parecchi Paesi, curiamo tramite arrivi quotidiani le - offerteMissing: Ian Carr.
  8. Feb 12,  · Released in a gatefold cover. Manufactured and printed in England. _____ Counterfeit with etched runouts and missing tax stamp. The original Italian edition Labyrinth was issued in a single cover. The typo in title A3 was copied with the entire label /5(5).
  9. Ian Carr's music is always detailed and, apart from having a huge dynamic range also covers the gamut of fairly slow and melodic to Miles Davis style speed. And, if you've never heard of him, labyrinth is as good an entry point as any.5/5(2).

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