Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
Genres: Dance & Electronic, New Age, Pop
Cords was the third album to be released from Synergy and was originally released in 1978 whilst Larry Fast was recording and working with Peter Gabriel on his second solo album. The album is wholly composed and performed ... more »
Cords was the third album to be released from Synergy and was originally released in 1978 whilst Larry Fast was recording and working with Peter Gabriel on his second solo album. The album is wholly composed and performed by Larry fast and contains the tracks Full Moon Flyer, Trellis and Terra Incognita. Cords has been re mastered for release alongside the other Synergy releases, which will be re released over the coming six months.
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Stands Up After 30 Years
Eric Whitney | San Francisco, CA USA | 01/09/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This album blew me away in 1977 as a thoughtful, fast-forward use of electronic instrumentation for melodic music. While others around were utilizing similar technology, this album is truly inspired with music commensurate with the instrumentation (technology) that moves from beginning to end with the right mix of excitement and understatement making this a truly classic recording."
My second favorite Synergy album
John L. Rice | Tacoma, WA United States | 03/24/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)
"While I like Sequencer a little better than Chords, I like Chords better than the first album.
My incentive to post a review though is that the editorial blurb states :
"The album is wholly composed and performed by Larry fast"
which I believe is incorrect.
Chords was the first Synergy album to include any form of guitar work, specifically in the form of an early prototype synth guitar and it was performed by someone other than Mr. Fast.
Really interesting stuff though, with a 'darker' feel than the first two albums. This one is a must have for synthesizer fans in my humble opinion."
One of Fast's Better Efforts
Chromefreak | 10/31/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"While I can quite well do without most of Larry Fast's solo albums as Synergy, Cords is actually listenable and even approaches artistic competence, particularly on experimental pieces like "Phobos and Deimos Go to Mars" and the avant-classical trilogy "On Presuming to Be Modern." Ordinarily, contemporary electronic music with a thick, lingering classical aura is overblown and pretensious. Cords can--and does, at times--fall prey to such faults. Still, it's worth a listen to aficianados of synthesizers."