Art Zoyd

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Art Zoyd - Le Mariage Du Ceil Et De Lenfer Le Mariage Du Ceil Et De Lenfer
Pop Used - LP 3009 Cryonic
Beautiful French Original. "The Wedding Of Heaven And Hell" Is Stage Music Written By The Brilliant Avant-Prog Unit Art Zoyd For A Ballet By Roland Petit. The Music Is Typical Art Zoyd: Dark Chamber Rock Relying Heavily On Hammered Piano Chords And Military Percussion With Trumpet And Violin Used As Contrasting Elements Along With Occasional Creepy Vocals.... more details
Art Zoyd - Les Espaces Inquiets Les Espaces Inquiets
Pop Used - LP 1153 Cryonic
1978 French Original. Laminated Jacket Has 1 Inch Seam Split, LP Appears Unplayed.... more details
Art Zoyd - Musique Pour L'Odyssee Musique Pour L'Odyssee
Pop Used - LP 1253 Cryonic
New, Unplayed 1979 Original Housed In A Laminated Cover.... more details
Art Zoyd - Generation Sans Futur Generation Sans Futur
Pop Used - LP ATEM 7007 Atem
Rare 1980 Original With A Smudged Red Promo Stamp On Front And Back Covers "Specimen Gratuit" And A Clean Cut Out Hole. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “Génération Sans Futur (Generation Without A Future), Art Zoyd's Third LP, Comes Back To The Sound (And Lineup, Plus Daniel Denis) Of The Group's First Symphonie Pour Le Jour Où Brûleront Les Cités. The 17-Minute "La Ville" Is A Powerful Epic Including Thierry Zaboïtzeff's Prehistoric Grunts, Complex Time Shifts, And A Tribal/Ritualistic Feel Once Again Close To The Spirit Of Magma. But Unlike "Musique Pour l'Odyssée" (Title Track Of Art Zoyd's Second Album), The Music Here Is Fast-Paced, Less Atmospheric, More Organized. It Plays On The Tension That Will Remain The Basis Of Art Zoyd's Originality: A Tribal, Atavistic Feel Contrasting With Contemporary Classical Aesthetics. Actually, Génération Sans Futur May Be Leaning More Toward The Contemporary Side, As Exemplified By Pieces Like "Divertissement," "Trois Miniatures," And The Manic "Speedy Gonzales." "Génération Sans Futur," On The Other Hand, Taps Into A More Visceral Progressive Rock Format And Percussionist Daniel Denis Actually Gets To Play Drums For A Couple Of Minutes, Giving The Piece An Unusual Drive.” François Couture, All Music Guide.... more details
Art Zoyd - Symphonie Pour Le Jour Ou Bruleront Les Cites Symphonie Pour Le Jour Ou Bruleront Les Cites
Classical Used - LP 1454 Cryonic
1984 Original. Appears Unplayed. Contains A Small Yellow Advertising Flyer From The Long Defunct Recommended Records 387, Wandsworth Road, SW8.... more details
Art Zoyd - Symphonie Pour Le Jour Où Brûleront Les Cités Symphonie Pour Le Jour Où Brûleront Les Cités
Pop Colored Vinyl SRV330 Sub Rosa
2011 Limited Edition Clear Virgin Vinyl Reissue Of ATEM 7010. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. “In 1976, A Self-Released LP By Art Zoyd Appeared In Belgian Record Stores. At The Time, Nobody Knew Symphonie Pour Le Jour Où Brûleront Les Cités (Symphony For The Day Cities Will Burn) Would Be The First Of Many Albums From This Strange Chamber Progressive Rock Outfit. All The Ingredients Of Art Zoyd's Sound For Its First Decade Are Here: Unusual Acoustic Instrumentation For A Rock Band (Violin, Cello, Piano, And Trumpet, Plus Guitar, Bass, And Percussion), Dark And Mysterious Atmospheres Recalling France's Magma And Foretelling Univers Zero (Formed By Art Zoyd Percussionist Daniel Denis), And Complex Pieces Owing As Much To Contemporary Classical As To Progressive Rock. The Lineup For This First Offering Included Patricia Dallio (Piano), Alain Eckert (Guitar, Vocals), Gérard Hourbette (Violin), Jean-Pierre Soarez (Trumpet, Percussion), And Thierry Zaboïtzeff (Bass, Cello, Vocals). The Album Is Split In Two. First Is "Symphonie Pour Le Jour Où Brûleront Les Cités," In Three Parts, An Apocalyptic Work Opening With Mad Laughter, A Vision Of The End Of The World With Percussion Clashing, Frenetic Violin Motifs, And The Trumpet From Judgment Day. Part One, Brigades Spéciales, Is The Most Striking Moment Of The Album -- The Band Will Only Reach This Kind Of Intensity Again On Phase IV. Then Comes "Deux Images De La Cité Imbécile" ("Two Pictures Of The Stupid City"), Two Movements Leaning More Toward Some Warped Chamber Rock Conception Of The Burlesque, Especially On Scènes De Carnaval. For A First Exposition, Symphonie Pour Le Jour Où Brûleront Les Cités Was As Impressive As Could Be And Earned The Band An Immediate Cult Following. Moreover, Thanks To The Acoustic Instrumentation, The Album Has Aged Very Well.” François Couture, AMG.... more details

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