Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Beaver & Krause|
All Good Men
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Pop, Rock
Rare reissue sees light of day.
mark nathanson | 05/20/2006
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Beaver & Krause hold an interesting little corner in the music world. They are probably best known for employing the Moog synth as a creative tool in recording and helped program the Moog for other artists. Their vision was to use the Moog to enhance the song as opposed to unleashing a monster. All Good Men seemed to disappear as soon as it was released. I bought it when it came out when I was 14 and never saw it again. Their LPs never knocked your socks off but were an eclectic mix of Blues,Ragtime,Jazz Samba,Pop w/ a trippie ambience. Paul Winter meets John Fahey"
Now do that slow drag
Adeba | cleveland, ohio United States | 09/29/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"It's worth it just to hear their version of Scot Joplin's Real Slow Drag. It's worth it just to time travel. It's worth it to remember listening to the vinyl in front of a wood burning stove at night and when it was over having that feeling of having dreamed the whole thing. It's worth it to hear the soon to be legendary chris williamson sing a love song to a man named william. It's worth it to hear those ancient native americans mark the passing of sanity from their continent. It's worth it to remember knowing this was one of THOSE records - that you got or you didn't, and you were glad to be in that fortunate minority who got it, and that when you met someone who mattered, eventually you would have to give them a chance to get it."
Sittergalsal | Utah, USA | 02/27/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I first heard Beaver & Krause when vinyl was "In", and have searched for it on cd ever since. I used to listen to the record, but no longer have a record player. After finding another obscure record that has just been released on cd on Amazon, I thought if anyone might have it, Amazon would! And Voila! Here it is. I was so thrilled! This is a one of a kind item and I would recommend it to anyone who enjoyed eclectic music in the 70's."