Eddie Warner / John Randoll - Chamber Pop / Various Instrumental Pop FLAC album
Genre: Jazz / Soul and Funk music
Title: Chamber Pop / Various Instrumental Pop
Style: Big Band, Funk, Easy Listening
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Eddie Warner, John Randoll - Medium Orchestral Beat (LP). L'Illustration Musicale. Vendi questa versione. IM 4. Eddie Warner, John Randoll. Various Traditional Backgrounds (LP).
A1 –Eddie Warner Pop Bien Tempere A2 –Eddie Warner Amadeus Goes Pop A3 –Eddie Warner Sebastian Pop Shop A4 –Eddie Warner Larghetto A5 –Eddie Warner Partita A6 –Eddie Warner Largo B1 –John Randoll Invention B2 –John Randoll Organic B3 –John Randoll Bagattelle B4 –John Randoll Maracana B5 –John Randoll Tears B6 –. John Randoll Libido. Written-By – Eddie Warner (tracks: A1to A6), John Randoll (tracks: B1 to B6).
Amadeus Goes Pop. A3. –Eddie Warner. Album's title: Chamber Pop, Various Instrumental Pop. Genre: Jazz, Funk, Soul.
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Instrumental Pop is purely an easy listening style, not to be confused with instrumental pop/rock, instrumental R&B, or jazz-pop. It is most often performed by orchestras, which may feature symphonic or big-band-jazz instrumentation, but it may cover anything from small brass ensembles to - in the case of instrumental pop stalwart Lawrence Welk - polka groups.
In other words: Chamber pop. An over-correction to both the distortion fuzz and lo-fi tape hiss of the early ’90s, chamber pop emerged as a kind of sophisticated alternative to indie’s less aesthetically elegant characteristics. It’s influenced heavily by a number of key artists, namely Brian Wilson and Van Dyke Parks’ most ambitious Beach Boys recordings (you’ll see them referenced repeatedly below) as well as Burt Bacharach, Scott Walker and Lee Hazlewood. Especially in Hawaii’s many instrumental interstitials he forces a gentle collision between orchestration and electronics, possibly something he picked up in Stereolab. His 1998 solo debut probably falls more in line with the more restrained ideals of chamber pop, but Rufus Wainwright’s defining work remains his emotionally exacting opus Want One five years after.
|A1||–Eddie Warner||Pop Bien Tempere|
|A2||–Eddie Warner||Amadeus Goes Pop|
|A3||–Eddie Warner||Sebastian Pop Shop|
- Written-By – Eddie Warner (tracks: A1to A6), John Randoll (tracks: B1 to B6)