Ian O'Brien Productions - Desert Scores album flac
|A1||Mad Mike Disease||5:52|
|B4||The Man From Del Monte (A Fantasy Theme)||7:10|
|C5||Dark Eye Tango||9:52|
|C6||Video Games & Data Movements||7:20|
|D8||Desert Scores & Fusion Daddies||9:09|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Ferox Records
- Copyright (c) – Ferox Records
- Design [Sleeve] – Kelvin Govey
- Mastered By – G. Davie*
- Presenter – Ian O'Brien Productions*
NotesPromo version with slightly different sleeve.
(P) 1996 Ferox Records. (C) 1996 Ferox Records.
Track durations and BPM are not present on the record.
A1: 129 | A2: 99
B3: 75 | B4: 115
C5: 123 | C6: 110
D7: 130 | D8: 108
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 016556 750318
- Other (Runout Groove - Side A): DESERT PLUNDER
- Other (Runout Groove - Side B): JUST DESERT'S...
- Other (Runout Groove - Side C): TRUST ME - I'M A STOMACH
- Other (Runout Groove - Side D): IAN O'BRIEN - 4TH OUT OF 3.
|FER-CD3||Ian O'Brien||Desert Scores (CD, Album)||Ferox Records||FER-CD3||UK||1996|
|PCD-93918||Ian O'Brien||Desert Scores (CD, Album, RE)||P-Vine Records||PCD-93918||Japan||2015|
|KEEPCD/LP003||Ian O'Brien||Desert Scores (CDr, Album, Promo, RE)||Keep Diggin' Recordings||KEEPCD/LP003||UK||2002|
|KEEPLP003||Ian O'Brien||Desert Scores (2xLP, Album, RE)||Keep Diggin' Recordings||KEEPLP003||UK||2002|
|OTLCD1244||Ian O'Brien||Desert Scores + 1 (CD, Album, RM)||Octave Lab||OTLCD1244||Japan||2009|
Desert Scores (2011 Digital Version). TuneCore (от лица компании "Ian o'Brien Productions"); TuneCore Publishing, BMI - Broadcast Music In. и другие авторские общества (3). Ещё. Свернуть.
Ian O'Brien Productions – Desert Scores. Label: Ferox Records – FER-LP3. Format: 2 Vinyl, LP, Album, Promo. Desert Scores (CDr, Album, Promo, RE). Keep Diggin' Recordings.
Taken as a whole, Desert Scores is an impressive LP charting a type of interbreeding which puts O'Brien in league with As One's Kirk DeGiorgio and Daniel Ibbotson as the most balanced electronic/jazz fusion producers Britain offered during the late '90s.
A good techno album, much like a good man or woman, is hard to find. That it’s difficult to translate dance music into the realm of the full-length is undeniable, but the truth is that techno isn’t like most dance music. To paraphrase Derrick May, the beats are an afterthought. Apart from ‘Mad Mike’s Disease’, which admirably approximates the hi-tech funk of Ian O’Brien’s beloved UR, Desert Scores is characterised by downtempo breakbeat techno that sounds almost offensively polite to begin with, but slowly reveals an inner mechanism of grit and complexity. You’ll find yourself returning to it again and again.
Ian o'Brien plays piano, guitar, bass, drums, uniquely blending his sound with electronic/computer based music to make something different. His 1st album 'Desert Scores' was released in 1996. 2 more albums 'Giagntic Days' and 'A History Of Things To Come' followed on UK Peacefrog recs.
Artists Ian O'Brien Desert Scores Desert Scores & Fusion Daddies. Desert Scores & Fusion Daddies Ian O'Brien. Unknown Submit Tempo. The Man From Del Monté (A Fantasy Theme).
DESERT SCORES has classic written all over it, and with good reason. From the opening track, the Detroit-fueled "Mad Mike Disease," there's a melodic and rhythmic propulsion that's impossible to ignore. The electro-funk-jazz of "Homeless" shows a complex understanding of the interaction of melody and syncopation
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Ian O'Brien's tech-house-jazz fusion put him on the map in 1996 as one of the most talented young dance producers, thanks to genre-bending singles for Ferox like "Intelligent Desert" and "Monkey Jazz. His second LP, Gigantic Days, followed in 1999. Ian O'Brien - Dayride. Ian O'Brien: The Question Of Value. Gigantic Days Ian O'Brien. Ian O'Brien Productions - Intelligent Desert III (Move With Time). Ian O'Brien - Midday Sun. Ian O'Brien - Spiraling Prism. Ian O'Brien - Video Games & Data.
Hi Ian O Brien, You've got a good sound. Cynthia ww. ctr-radio. A lot of Ferox references were amazing for years. This one makes the break.