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Harold BuddThe Pavilion Of Dreams

Label:Obscure (2) – OBS 10
Format:
Vinyl, LP, Album
Country:UK
Released:
Genre:Classical
Style:Minimal, Ambient

Tracklist

A1Bismillahi ´Rrahmani ´Rrahim
Alto SaxophoneMarion Brown
CelestaRichard Bernas
Composed ByBudd*
Electric PianoHarold Budd
GlockenspielGavin Bryars
18:14
Two Songs
Mezzo-soprano VocalsLynda Richardson
(6:23)
A2aLet Us Go Into The House Of The Lord
Composed ByBudd*
A2bButterfly Sunday
Adapted ByHarold Budd
Composed ByJohn Coltrane
Madrigals Of The Rose Angel
Celesta [Celeste]Gavin Bryars
Composed ByBudd*
Conductor [Chorus]Harold Budd
Electric PianoRichard Bernas
PercussionNigel Shipway
(13:47)
B1aRossetti Noise
B1bThe Crystal Garden And A Coda
B2Juno
Composed ByBudd*
GlockenspielGavin Bryars
MarimbaMichael Nyman
PercussionJohn White
PianoHarold Budd
VibraphoneHoward Rees
Vibraphone [Vibes]Jo Julian
7:35
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Notes

An extended cycle of works begun in 1972.

With:
Bismillahi ´Rrahmani ´Rrahim from 1974

Two Songs from 1973-74
"Let Us Go Into The House of the Lord" is a setting of a traditional hymn after a version by Pharoah Sanders.
"Butterfly Sunday" adapted from John Coltrane's "After The Rain"

Madrigals Of The Rose Angel from 1972

Juno from 1975 was composed for John Bergamo; her mortal symbol is the peacock.

Recorded at Basing Street Studios November 1976.

OBS 10 (on spine and back cover)
Ⓟ 1978 Obscure Records Ltd. (on back cover and labels)
Record manufactured and distributed by Polydor Records Limited.
Sleeve printed and made in England by James Upton & Sons Ltd.

Budd compositions published by Basheva Music
Coltrane composition published by Rondor Music (London) Ltd

No durations printed on this release. Track timings obtained by stopwatch.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Label A): OBS 10-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Label B): OBS 10-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, stamped, A, Variant 1): OBS 10 A//1 E 11 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, stamped, B, Variant 1): OBS 10 B//1 11 2
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, stamped, A, Variant 2): OBS 10 A//1 E 11 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, stamped, B, Variant 2): OBS 10 B//1 11 3
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, hand-etched, A, Variant 1 & 2): BUDD-I
  • Matrix / Runout (Runout, hand-etched, B, Variant 1 & 2): BUDD-2

Other Versions (5 of 19)View All

Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
Recently Edited
The Pavilion Of Dreams (LP, Album, Reissue)Editions EG, PolydorEGED 30, 2335 254UK1981
The Pavilion Of Dreams (LP, Album, Reissue)Editions EGEGS 301US1981
Recently Edited
The Pavilion Of Dreams (LP)Editions EG, Polydor25MM 0154Japan1982
New Submission
The Pavilion Of Dreams (LP, Album, Reissue, Stereo)Editions EG, VirginEGED 30UK1987
Recently Edited
The Pavilion Of Dreams (CD, Album, Reissue)Virgin Japan, Editions EGVJCP-2510Japan1990

Reviews

kjrain12's avatar
kjrain12
I just received my repress from Superior Viaduct in the mail. Looks wonderful!
babbybobby's avatar
babbybobby
A reissue was just announced on Superior Viaduct! It's about time!
DeadBellRecords's avatar
With all the Eno EG reissues happening in the past couple years. Any chance this one will ever see an LP reprint from the analog master tapes? This is an absolutely PERFECT record.
bdromeira's avatar
bdromeira
I wonder if any of those CD reissues was mastered specifically for the purpose from the original tapes or if it's just a straight recording from the vinyl original version.
Does anyone know how it went?
Thanks!
sisterraysaid's avatar
sisterraysaid
I have a copy that is a mispress with Gavin Bryar's 'Sinking of the Titanic' on side one.
reallygood's avatar
reallygood
Only one word needed really and that is Essential, pair this up with a decent set of headphones and an eye mask and you'll feel like a different person by the end.
Expansive09's avatar
Expansive09
A vignette of celestial sound channeled thru Budd and the accompanied musicians. This is ambient music for the soul without the heavy crutches of synthesized sound. Very warm and diatonic music with a timelessness woven thru-out its fabric. I tend to lean towards Eno's and Steve Roaches style of electronic ambient music but like everything in life there are exceptions and this one is just that. The choice of instrumentation aside from the reserved musicianship is key to how the everything comes together so well Rhodes piano, harp, vibes, voices and sax. Nothing is over the top and the chord voicing's just rise and fall like the reflection of the moon on water. A true masterpiece of music in the Budd catalog this one IS necessary listening indoctrination.
Patatat's avatar
Patatat
The instrumentation of the twinkling harp and keyboard melodies along with the moody saxophone on track 1 is genius.
GalaxyExplorer's avatar
I think this would be a more enjoyable recording without the moaning, ghostly vocalizing.