Robert Margouleff / Malcolm Cecil (Tonto's Expanding Head Band)

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Tonto's Expanding Head Band (Zero Time)
Psych Used - LP SD 18123 Atlantic
1975 Reissue Of The 1971 Embryo SD 732 (Entitled Zero Time). Appears Glossy, Unplayed. Remastered At Sterling Sound. Zero Time Is One Of The First -- And Perhaps Best Of -- All Electronic Albums. Robert Margouleff And Malcolm Cecil, Under The Alias Of T.O.N.T.O.'S Expanding Head Band, Created This Analog Marvel On T.O.N.T.O. -- "The Original New Timbral Orchestra." The Pristine Synth Washes Are Crisp And Clear. Margouleff And Cecil Forged A New Sound With A Digital Feeling. Oddly, This Instrument Was Embraced And Used Extensively By Motown Artists. Steve Hillage Used It On Motivation Radio, And Devo Used It Quite Often. (Cecil Produced And Engineered A Number Of Their Albums.) The Rest Of The Rock & Roll Community Ignored It. For Historical Purposes, This Rare And Collectible Album Is Essential. For Musical Integrity, It Still Stands The Test Of Time And Is Essential. It Is A Classic With No Real Peers, But It Will Appeal To Fans Of Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Company, Jean Michel Jarre, Tangerine Dream, Wendy Carlos, And Fripp & Eno In Terms Of Its Uniqueness And Legacy.Jim Brenholts, AMG.... more details
 

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