David Pritchard - Nocturnal Earthworm Stew (Bouillabaisse Nocturne Aux Vers De Terre)
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Nocturnal Earthworm Stew (Bouillabaisse Nocturne Aux Vers De Terre)

Label Artoffact Records ‎– AOF263CD
Format CD, Album, Reissue, Remastered, Stereo
Barcode 0628070626328
Country Canada
Released 2017
Genre Electronic, Jazz, Rock
Style Art Rock, Fusion, Experimental
1 Le Chien Chaud 1:35
2 Wax Wings 2:43
The Harry Parchment Pieces (1:30)
3a The Harry Parchment (Dance Of Domestic Tools)
3b The Harry Parchment (Fingerpuzzle For Charles Ives)
3c The Harry Parchment (A Dictionary In The Suburbs)
4 Yellow Stickers 1:38
5 Nash Metropolitan 2:06
6 An Admission Of Guilt 12:58
7 Under The Palms 2:32
Nocturnal Earthworm Stew "An Electronic Rendering Of The Night"
8 Birth Of Merlin 4:08
9 The Evil Ogre Interlude / Satan's Seaside Walk 3:22
10 The March Of Mallory Bat 5:11
11 Thunderpeal 5:52
12 Cats N' Cabbage 1:26
13 Morning Splinters 1:56
Bonus Tracks
14 An Admission Of Guilt (Alternate Mix) 15:26
15 Do-Re-Mi 1:11
16 Short Wave Wiggles 1:50
17 The Fat Soprano 2:32
Composed By – Oscar Hammerstein II (15)
Composed By – Richard Rodgers (15)
Composed By, Producer, Engineer – David Pritchard
Interviewee – Steve Gregory
Interviewer – Nash The Slash
Liner Notes – David Pritchard
Liner Notes – Scott McGregor Moore
Mastered By – 'Smilin' George Graves
12-page booklet includes the artist reminiscing on the making of the album, two pages of notes by Scott McGregor Moore plus a one-page interview of Nash The Slash by Steve Gregory.
Track 11: the thunderstorm was recorded 1975-07, Toronto.
Track 12: soundtrack recorded 1974-04-13 at about 5 am on a small Sony tape machine in Cabbage Town, Toronto.
Track 14: alternate mix of track 6.
Track 15: "I put this together just after I bought my ARP 2600 synthesizer in the early seventies."
Track 16: recorded in 1973 "just after I received my Synthi AKS (the laptop synthesizer from England made by EMS Studios).
Track 17: "the very first piece created on the Synthi AKS. it was written as a project piece for an electronic music course I was taking at the University of Toronto with Dr. Sam Dolin in 1973."
Barcode (Text) – 6 28070 62632 8


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