Album was produced by Robert Fripp. Recorded involved 55 people, including members of groups such as the "King Crimson", "Soft Machine", "Nucleus" and "Blossom Toes". Septober Energy, Pt. 1. Исполнитель.
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Septober Energy is the only album of the jazz/progressive rock big band Centipede. Produced by Robert Fripp under the musical direction of Keith Tippett, it was originally released 1971 in the UK as a double LP, and 1974 in the USA with a different cover. The album was recorded at Wessex Studios, London during three days in June 1971. The album is a four-part suite consisting of four tracks of about 20 minutes each.
This album looks appealing because of the Robert Fripp name but let me assure you its not very good. A mammoth, fifty-person enterprise featuring the cream of the early-seventies jazz-rock brigade, Centipede's 1971 album 'Septober Energy' proved to be an exercise in both gargantuan excess and instrumental brilliance. Naturally, opinions on the release are divided.
There are vocal passages on this record, mostly built around Julie Tippett's gloomy, doom-laden Crimson-like words, and they're pretty but they're not a major part of "Septober Energy. Unfortunately, there is also more meandering, and just as it looks like the finale has pulled it together, with a very pretty and understated acoustic piano section featuring Keith Tippett solo, the piece loses it in an extended and very repetitive part for the full orchestra that goes nowhere and takes forever to fade.
Septober Energy - Part 1 -. 21:43. Septober Energy - Part 2 -. 23:34. Septober Energy - Part 3 -. 21:21. Septober Energy - Part 4 -. 18:46. Centipede (3). Septober Energy (2xCD, Album, RE). Disconforme SL. DISC 1965 CD.
See Centipede members. Centipede performed several concerts in England, toured France, and recorded a double-album, Septober Energy (produced by Robert Fripp), before disbanding at the end of 1971 Contents. The members below are the personnel that appeared on Centipede's album, Septober Energy.
Is Septober Energy the best album by Centipede? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Septober Energy by Centipede (1971) Overall rank: 84,030th. Accolades: Top albums of 1971 ( 785th ). Top albums of the 1970s ( 8,346th ). Best albums of all time ( 84,030th ).
This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist Septober Energy. Septober Energy, Part 3. 21'21. 2. Septober Energy, Part 4. 18'45.
Disc One: Septober Energy - Part 1; Septober Energy - Part 2. Disc Two: Septober Energy - Part 3; Septober Energy - Part 4. Personnel. Violins: Wendy Treacher, Jihn Trussler, Roddy Skeping, Wilf Gibson (lead), Carol Slater, Louise Jopling, Garth Morton, Channa Salononson, Steve Rowlandson, Mica Gomberti, Colin Kitching, Philip Saudek, Esther Burgi. Cellos: Michael Hurwitz, Timothy Kramer, Suki Towb, John Rees-Jones, Katherine Thulborn, Catherine Finnis. Trumpets: Peter Parkes, Mick Collins, Ian Carr (doubling flugelhorn), Mongesi Fesa (pocket cornet), Mark Charig (cornet)
- Alto Saxophone – Dudu Pukwana, Ian McDonald
- Alto Saxophone, Flute – Jan Steel
- Alto Saxophone, Saxello – Elton Dean
- Baritone Saxophone, Clarinet – Dave White
- Baritone Saxophone, Oboe – Karl Jenkins
- Bass – Brian Belshaw, Dave Markee, Harry Miller, Jeff Clyne, Jill Lyons
- Bass Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – John Williams
- Bass, Bass Guitar – Roy Babbington
- Cello – Catherine Finnis, John Rees-Jones, Katherine Thulborn, Mike Hurwitz, Suki Towd, Tim Kramer
- Composed By, Vocals – Julie Tippett*
- Cornet – Marc Charig
- Cornet [Pocket] – Mongezi Feza
- Drums – Robert Wyatt, Tony Fennell
- Drums, Percussion – John Marshall
- Engineer – Mike Thompson
- Executive-Producer – Pete King
- Guitar – Brian Godding
- Piano, Conductor, Composed By – Keith Tippett
- Producer – Robert Fripp
- Tenor Saxophone – Alan Skidmore, Brian Smith, Gary Windo, Larry Stabbins
- Trombone – Dave Amis, Dave Perrottet, Nick Evans, Paul Rutherford
- Trumpet – Mick Collins , Peter Parkes
- Trumpet, Flugelhorn – Ian Carr
- Violin – Carol Slater, Channa Salononson, Colin Kitching, Esther Burgi, Garth Morton, John Trussler*, Louise Jopling, Mica Gomberti*, Philip Saudek, Rod Skeaping*, Steve Rowlandson, Wendy Treacher
- Violin [Lead] – Wilf Gibson
- Vocals – Boz*, Maggie Nichols*, Mike Patto , Zoot Money
- Written-By – Julie Tippett*, Keith Tippett
NotesRCA logo + label number on back; evrything else like other version with the same label number
Released in a fold-out cover with different design than Neon release.
Recorded at Wessex Studios, London, June 1971.
Robert Fripp is also credited as ''Bob Fripp'' on label and backcover.
Sleeve printed and made by Howards Printers (Slough) LTD.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Side A, hand-etched): AGBS 0604 -2E
- Matrix / Runout (Side B, printed): AGBS 0605 -2E
- Matrix / Runout (Side C, hand-etched): AGBS 0606 -4E
- Matrix / Runout (Side D, hand-etched): AGBS 0607 -6E
|NE 9||Centipede||Septober Energy (2xLP, Album)||RCA, Neon||NE 9||UK||1971|
|DISC 1965 CD||Centipede||Septober Energy (2xCD, Album, RE)||Disconforme SL||DISC 1965 CD||Andorra||2000|
|CPL2-5042||Centipede||Septober Energy (2xLP, Album)||RCA Victor||CPL2-5042||US||1974|
|DJL2-5042, CPL2-5042||Centipede||Septober Energy (2xLP, Album, Dyn)||RCA Victor, RCA Victor||DJL2-5042, CPL2-5042||US||1974|
|RCA-6006-7||Centipede||Septober Energy (2xLP, Album)||RCA, Neon||RCA-6006-7||Japan||1972|