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Performer: Gravitas
Genre: Electronic
Title: Gravitas – A Frequency Crescendo In 11 Movements
Released: 2016
Style: Drone, Experimental
FLAC version ZIP size: 1421 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1830 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1430 mb
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 575
Other Formats: WAV VQF AA AAC AIFF MOD VOC

Gravitas" is a studio re-construction and re-consideration of a sound performance that took place at the futureplaces medialab on October 24, 2015, in Porto, Portugal.

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Overall, Gravitas is a solid album, better than Astra, about equal in my mind to the debut and Phoenix, with some clearly superior work. The best thing about this album, though, is the direction the band chose to take - after what happened with Astra commercially, it would have been easy for Wetton, Downes and Palmer to avoid going in a similar direction this time - yet they did. Sam Coulson is better for Asia's sound than Meyer was, not to hate on Meyer.

Not Now. About gravitas recordings.

Gravitas – a frequency crescendo in 11 movements. Digital Download – 1 audio track – 27′ 34″. 1. Gravitas – a frequency crescendo in 11 movements. Heitor Alvelos, digital frequencies Anselmo Canha, bass, field recordings Anabela Duarte, treated voice José Maria Lopes, guitar Jaime Munárriz, guitar, trumpet, electronics Jono Podmore, theremin André Rocha, arduino-activated lemon tree (concert). Gravitas is a studio re-construction and re-consideration of a sound performance that took place at the futureplaces medialab on October 24, 2015, in Porto, Portugal

Gravitas (Asia album). Gravitas is the fourteenth studio album by British progressive rock band Asia, released on 25 March 2014. Written and produced by John Wetton and Geoff Downes, it is the group's first release to feature their new guitarist, Sam Coulson, who replaced Steve Howe in January 2013 after the latter retired from the band, and their final studio album before. Wetton died of cancer in 2017. Gravitas was originally announced under the name Valkyrie which would eventually come to be the name of the lead single.

Tracklist

1 Gravitas – A Frequency Crescendo In 11 Movements 27:34

Credits

  • Bass, Recorded By [Field Recordings] – Anselmo Canha
  • Design – Jon Wozencroft
  • Edited By [Woven And Edited By] – Heitor Alvelos
  • Electronics [Digital Frequencies] – Heitor Alvelos
  • Guitar – José Maria Lopes
  • Guitar, Trumpet, Electronics – Jaime Munárriz
  • Mastered By – Jono Podmore
  • Performer [Arduino-Activated Lemon Tree] – André Rocha
  • Photography By – Heitor Alvelos
  • Theremin – Jono Podmore
  • Voice [Treated] – Anabela Duarte

Notes

Woven and edited by Heitor Alvelos, Oporto, August - September 2016
Mastered by Jono Podmore, Köln, September 2016
Photography by Heitor Alvelos, design by Jon Wozencroft

The words that bookend the piece belong to Bernadette Martou (1962-2015)

"Gravitas" is a studio re-construction and re-consideration of a sound performance that took place at the futureplaces medialab on October 24, 2015, in Porto, Portugal.