Tuesday, February 26, 2008

Einstein In Eden (Bernhard Jobsky) - Einstein In Eden (1981 Very Heavy Symph Rock)

A symphonic rock synthesis performed by an unnamed group of 6 rock musicians and 32 members of the Berliner Philharmonic Orchestra (BPO). It features a fairly memorable electronic music sequence, an Andrew Lloyd Webber-walks-along-the-Rhine pseudo-rock sequence, and accompaniment by the BPO. No names of people behind the synthesizers, sequencers and other electronics are mentioned. All notes on the inner sleeve are in German and seem to be serious in presenting the work, which was released to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the BPO, with the help and involvement of Herbert von Karajan. Maybe this is the reason why it's often presented as work from "Mitglieder der Berliner Philharmoniker, Rock & Electronics" since this is far more prominent on the back-cover then the real artist's name.

ADer aufrechte Gang

a. Am Anfang...1:52

b. Einstein in Eden6:17

c. Das Lied der Erde4:38

d. Walzer vom aufrechten Gang2:02

e. Pu 942:45

f. Kein Ende3:11
B1Caprice No. 242:31
B2Aznatam Al5:24
B3Konkurrierende Klangkörper10:55

Caprice No. 24

27 comments:

Ricsi said...

http://rarme.com/?Rlv7d

Anonymous said...

TRACK 1 IS CORRUPTED

Ricsi said...

i now listening the track no mistake but reuplaoded it:

http://rarme.com/?yTO7X

Strange Phenomena said...

a huge slice of tasty cheese, thanks!

DarkHorse said...

WOW! One of the best uploads of the last month! Great stuff! Caprice No.24 is the best track

Thank you Risci!

Anonymous said...

I like it!
Thanks
Titus

Fol de Rol said...

deleted again... could someone upload to a more safe place?

Anonymous said...

goddammit. you don't check this blog for a few days, & the next time you do it some great deleted albums are up there already! >_>

Ricsi said...

http://rarme.com/?NoSPd

Anonymous said...

@darkhorse: of course Caprice #24 is best - it's written by Paganini.

Ricsi said...

3rd track is best for me :)

Anonymous said...

Interesting album, thanks! And thanks Ricsi for the re-up!

Coffee Messiah said...

Tasty! Thanks & Cheers!

Anonymous said...

Hey - sounds good, but it appears deleted - again. Any chance of a re-up please? Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Yes please reup again

Anonymous said...

http://www.shareonall.com/einstein_bfxe.zip

Anonymous said...

Thanks a lot for this - really surprisingly good.guzfrne

Anonymous said...

deleted again i suppose :/

José Manuel Recillas said...

It would be better if you can send me a mail with a new link. jmrecillas@hotmail.com

Thanks in advance

Anonymous said...

Im following after Jose R, and if someone can email me a link to the file at max@space1026.com that would be awesome.

xx

Anonymous said...

"permalink" what a laugh, deleted 3-4 times, now shareonall is dead too

could you re-up this to rapidshare or megaupload, they seem pretty reliable

thanks..

isabelbc said...

new link: http://lix.in/-54e469

Felipe Guerrero said...

UNO DE LOS MEJORES DISCOS GRABADOS EN LOS 80´S SU PERFECTA ARQUITECTURA MUSICAL LO HACEN IMPRESIONANTE. OBLIGATORIO PARA LOS QUE AMAN LOS BUENOS TRABAJOS CONTEMPORANEOS. UNA JOYA EXCELENTE!

Anonymous said...

isabel's doing the game again !
thanks for this jewel ! JayB

Alain said...

can some one give me a new link? please child_of_bodom_96@hotmail.com
my facebook: Alain Duplantier

isabelbc said...

new link http://www.mediafire.com/?cs6xp4myxv8pwhh

Anonymous said...

Hi. I am looking for this album, and unfortunately is not available anywhere. All the links, even the one in Mediafire, are down. Do you know if it has been uploaded somewhere else? Thanks a lot.

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