BONE, RICHARD - VALUTED VISIONS, FILMWORKS, SYNTH-POP, DEMOS AND EXPERIMENTS 79-83 (3LP)


"Richard Bone is an American electronic musician who began his professional musical career creating soundtracks and scores for several off-Broadway companies working in experimental theater. In 1979, he released with his band Bone the single "Pirate the Islands/HeadlinesHave It" before joining the new-wave band Shox Lumania in 1981. Bone then recorded a solo 7" entitled "Digital Days/Alien Girl" on and was subsequently signed to Survival Records in the UK in 1983 where he released several LPs, EPs, singles and contributed to various compilation albums. Bone started the label Quirkworks Laboratory Discs in 1991, allowing him freedom to create music of a more experimental nature and retain control of his musical direction. Since then Bone has released over 25 recordings of new material and several collaborations and compilations. Of the new material recordings, three quickly rose to No. 1 on industry charts as well as receiving numerous other honors. This 3Lp/7inch-Set on Vinyl-on-Demand gives you an excellent overview to his early Filmworks, Synth Pop, Demos & Experiments produced between 1979-85. It is covering his very early Tapes (Quiz Party and Life in Video CIty) released on Archie Pattersons EUROCK-Label from 1979/80, his Video-Sountracks from 1981/82 for the Emerging Melodies Video and several Porn-movie Soundtracks. Lp2 and Lp3 as well as the 7" takes a look at his Synth-Pop-tunes he recorded between 1979 and 1984 (The Rumble Years) and includes several Demos and Outtakes and Sessions of which many are straight out of Richards archive and therefore previously unearthed and released until today. These Lp's also contain most of the Tracks released by Orlandomaniacmusic in 2004 on CD (Untold Tales 1979-85)." (label info)
soon in stock - please pre-order | DE| 2014| VINYL-ON-DEMAND | 53.90


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