Steve Douglas - The Music Of Cheops album flac
|Impressions From The IVth Dynasty|
|A2 (A)||Pyramid Power||1:48|
|A2 (B)||Nubian Lament||1:37|
|A2 (C)||Flight Of Horus||1:00|
|A2 (D)||Reflections Along The Nile||4:06|
|B1||Time Capsule (1976 A.D. - 2860 B.C.)||1:57|
|B2||Meditations At Luxor||5:54|
|B3||Journey From Atlantis||8:15|
|D2-72706||Steve Douglas||The Music Of Cheops (CD, Album, RE)||Takoma||D2-72706||US||1988|
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From the album 'The Music of Cheops', which was recorded at the very King's Chamber of the Cheops Piramid, Gaza, Egypt - by special arrangement with th. .
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The Music Of Cheops (Album). Cheops Records, Inc. US. 1976. Beyond Broadway (CD, Album). EssDee Music Co. SDCD7210. Singles & EPs. G-601.
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In the mid-seventies, Douglas apparently went to Egypt and got permission to record some improvised music in the Kings Chamber of the Great Pyramid of Cheops
The Music Of Cheops from Steve Douglas (1976) (LP). LP. Cheops Records, In. H-1. 1976, US. 7,86 €. view record.
Sax player Steve Douglas was born Steven Douglas Kreisman in Hollywood in 1938. After serving briefly in the Navy in the Drum and Bugle Corps, Douglas began his musical career recording and touring with Duane Eddy in the '50s. Steve Douglas passed away on April 19, 1993, while warming up for a Ry Cooder session. Anyone who has listened to classic rock radio has heard the sax playing of Steve Douglas. As a result of his contributions, Steve Douglas was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2003. Sean Westergaard, Rovi.
The unmistakable sound of Steve Douglas’ honking saxophone can be heard on countless recordings by the Beach Boys, Jan and Dean, Duane Eddy and others. Among the most in-demand West Coast sessionmen, Douglas was a key player in producer Phil Spector’s Wrecking Crew, the collective of sidemen that Spector used on virtually all his sessions. He recorded one of his more notable projects, The Music of Cheops (1988), inside the King’s Chamber at the Great Pyramid at Giza in Egypt. In 1978 Douglas joined Bob Dylan’s touring band and can be heard on Bob Dylan at Budokan (1979). He played on Mink DeVille’s first two albums and produced the third, Le Chat Bleu, in 1981. Douglas’ Hot Sax album, released in 1982, includes his remake of Peter Gunn, which he originally recorded with Duane Eddy two decades earlier. Douglas died in 1993 of heart failure.