Modal Q & Experimental Q2 - BUNDLE

Tracklist

1
Side A
1.
Fantezie = Fantasy (1978)
Modal Q
09:34
2.
Din Adâncul Pământului = From The Depths Of The Earth (1974)
Modal Q
02:40
3.
Pasărea De Gheață = The Ice Bird (1974)
Modal Q
07:38
Side B
1.
Balans = Sway (1978)
Modal Q
05:25
2.
Mesaj MQ = MQ Message (1978)
Modal Q
07:01
3.
Profil = Profile (1977)
Modal Q
07:03
2
Side C
1.
Explozie Primară = Primary Explosion (1978)
Experimental Q2
12:03
2.
Omagiu Lui Ravel = Homage To Ravel (1978)
Experimental Q2
07:48
Side D
1.
Feriga Albastră = Blue Fern (1978)
Experimental Q2
10:56
2.
Liniște = Silence (1978)
Experimental Q2
07:56
3
Side E
1.
Reflux = The Ebb (1978)
Experimental Q2
10:04
2.
Prelucrare După Wohltemperierte Klavier De Bach = Variation On Das Wohltemperierte Klavier By Bach (1978)
Experimental Q2
07:23
Side F
1.
Reflux = The Ebb (Live @ Sibiu Jazz Festival, 1978)
Experimental Q2
08:21
2.
Marș Funebru La Moartea Unui Astronaut = Funeral March for the Death of an Astronaut (*Snippet...) (1978)
Experimental Q2
11:03

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''Q+Q2 =?
Answer: A Great Bundle Deal!

If you have read the two other promo texts from Modal Q and Experimental Q2, then you already know your Qs and your Q2s. Here is what it’s all about, once again:

Modal Q is the jazz-rock band you have never heard about, but which will blow your minds. You don’t have to believe any stories, or these liner notes. Just listen to audio files, they will speak for themselves: psych-rock, jazz-rock, prog-rock, lots and lots of instrumental noodling (guitar, piano, you name it), complex arrangements, and, last, but definitely not least, well written music.

Experimental Q2 is the band with the name that sounds even more pompous, pretentious, abstract, and, first of all, more ambitious. But Experimental Q2 members do more than simply live up to the hype; they give it a new musical meaning. Pianist (and main composer) Johann German veers towards jazz-rock, in a Keith Jarrett-like approach; no rock sound of the electronic organ. With updated instrumental gear, Valentin Farcaș fully takes on his influences, John McLaughlin and Robert Fripp, to sway with virtuosity between serene passages and lighting-fast roundabout arpeggios on the guitar. Percussionists Vasile Bârsan and Ioan Kovacs, bassist/violonist Johnny Bota, and violonist Peter Franz German not only complete the picture, but give the music a complexity and depth that has seldom been matched in Romanian jazz rock.

Modal Q and Experimental Q2: When you put them together, not only do you get two great bands of Romanian jazz rock and progressive rock from the 1970s and early 1980s, but you also get a great deal to pre-order them together.

And if there is one thing better than great music, then that one thing is more great music. So, what are you waiting for? Double your pre-order and your pleasure to own two gems of complex and virtuosic music from the RSU Series.''

(promotional text by Claudiu Oancea)

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Romanian Sounds Unearthed – 3 & 4 (BUNDLE)
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DJs Techno Conference (DTC) is an independent Romanian audio production label, chain founded in Brasov in 2001 by Remus Miron (Lektronikumuz) and its output is mainly dedicated to experimental projects but also integrates world music influences.