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The Machine Demands A Sacrifice - Colosseum - Valentyne Suite

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1972
Label: Bronze - YS-2685-BZ • Format: Vinyl LP, Album Gatefold • Country: Japan • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Blues Rock, Psychedelic Rock
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One of England's prime jazz-rock -- or, more accurately, rock-jazz -- outfits, most of the members of Colosseum had apprenticed in blues bands, and it shows very strongly on some of the material here. Both "The Kettle" and "Butty's Blues" are essentially tarted-up bar blues, although they work well in a grander context; in the latter case much grander, as a brass ensemble enters for the last part, drowning out everything but the guitar, an indication that this recording is in dire need of remastering.

Things do get far more The Machine Demands A Sacrifice - Colosseum - Valentyne Suite with "The Machine Demands a Sacrifice," which offers solo opportunities to organist Dave Greenslade and sax player The Machine Demands A Sacrifice - Colosseum - Valentyne Suite Heckstall-Smith before re-emerging in what can only be called a proto-industrial style, all heavily treated clattering percussion.

The album's real joy comes with "The Valentyne Suite," which takes the band out of their bluesy comfort zone into something closer to prog rock. Bandleader Jon Hiseman is a Pink Twinkle - Vibracathedral Orchestra - Hollin throughout, his busy drumming and fills owing far more to jazz than the studied backbeat of rock.

Greenslade proves to be a largely unsung hero, his only real solo in the suite something to offer a challenge to vintage Keith Emersonbut with swing.

As to criticism, bassist Tony Reeves has very little flow to his playing, which severely hampers a rhythm section that needs to be loose-limbed, and Litherland 's guitar playing is formulaic, which can be fine for rock, but once outside the most straightforward parameters, he seems lost.

In Anyourism - Jonwayne - Oodles Of Doodles (File, Album, MP3) this might not quite the classic it seemed at the time, but it remains listenable, and for much of the time, extremely enjoyable. AllMusic relies heavily on JavaScript. Please enable JavaScript in your browser to use the site fully.

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8 Responses to The Machine Demands A Sacrifice - Colosseum - Valentyne Suite

  1. Fenrilabar says:
    Things do get far more interesting with "The Machine Demands a Sacrifice," which offers solo opportunities to organist Dave Greenslade and sax player Dick Heckstall-Smith before re-emerging in what can only be called a proto-industrial style, all heavily treated clattering percussion. The album's real joy comes with "The Valentyne Suite," which takes the band out of their bluesy comfort zone into 8/
  2. Kagadal says:
    Valentyne Suite was the second album released by the band Colosseum. It was Vertigo Records' first album release, and reached number 15 in the UK Albums Chart in [RYM #1, overall].
  3. Sakasa says:
    May 03,  · Valentyne Suite is arguably the finest album by the band, featuring such outstanding tracks as 'The Kettle' (with a distinctive riff later sampled by Fatboy Slim), 'Elegy' and 'The Machine Demands a Sacrifice' (with lyrics by Pete Brown)/5(24).
  4. Zululkis says:
    The Machine Demands a Sacrifice This song is by Colosseum and appears on the album Valentyne Suite () and on the album The Grass Is Greener (). When the night wind cries on the bloodred feather Containers groan as they come together And the loaded roadsigns they point to never Don't.
  5. Kagarg says:
    Valentyne Suite Wikipedia article Album by Colosseum. The Kettle Elegy Butty's Blues The Machine Demands a Sacrifice The Valentyne Suite Theme One – January's Search Theme Two – February's Valentyne Theme Three – The Grass Is Always Greener Credits Liner Notes: The Valentyne Suite has .

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