Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) ‎– Solar Plexus

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Vertigo ‎– 6360 039
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Tracklist

A1 Elements I & II
A2 Changing Times
A3 Bedrock Deadlock
A4 Spirit Level
B1 Torso
B2 Snakehips' Dream

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Recorded 14 & 15 of December 1970.
Released in a fold-out cover on a ''swirl'' Vertigo label with swirled Vertigo inner sleeve.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A Runout, Stamped): 6360039 1Y//1∇420 1 1 4 04
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B Runout, Stamped): 6360039 2Y//1∇420 1 1 4 04
  • Price Code: VO

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
LMCD 9.00743 O Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) - Solar Plexus(CD, Album, RE) Linam Records LMCD 9.00743 O Germany 1990 Sell This Version
6360 039, 6360-039 Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) - Solar Plexus(LP, Album, Gat) Vertigo, Vertigo 6360 039, 6360-039 Canada Unknown Sell This Version
6360 039 Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) - Solar Plexus(LP, Album) Vertigo 6360 039 South Africa 1971 Sell This Version
6360 039 Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) - Solar Plexus(LP, Album, RP, Sma) Vertigo 6360 039 UK 1971 Sell This Version
6360 039 Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) Ian Carr With Nucleus (3) - Solar Plexus(LP, Album) Vertigo 6360 039 Germany 1971 Sell This Version

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Inksplash

Inksplash

September 19, 2020
heavy album .. outstanding musicians .. shame theres a price tag .. miss the reissue and you're at the mercy of an empty wallet
marcelrecords

marcelrecords

August 28, 2007
edited over 13 years ago
As Carr wrote all tracks, his name is top of the bill on this 3rd Nucleus LP. More experimentation, less rock, than on the previous effort, especially on side A, which is by far the better of the two, thanks to inventive instrumentation. Great flanged guitar on ''Spirit level'' and there we find subtle even soothing dissonance too. Side B is much more common and the themes are too weak to be able to support the length of the tracks. The closing ''Snakehips dream'' is the longest and thus the worst.