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RAMASES, Space Hymns (1971, cosmic psych rock)

RAMASES, Space Hymns (1971, cosmic psych rock)

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En lisant le blog de Joseph Ghosn, ces derniers temps on trouve un lien YouTube pour Г©couter un titre de de "Space Hymns". Г§a m'a immГ©diatement rappelГ© que j'avais eu un bon flash en dГ©couvrant l'album un peu au hasard, suite au tГ©lГ©chargement sur un blog psychГ©. Certainement pas parfait, l'album dГ©tonne plutГґt au milieu du psychГ© anglais plutГґt convenu et souvent trop prog Г  mon goГ»t (pour ce que j'en connais), et ne dГ©pareillerait parmi les bons albums kraut qu'on aime ici (Amon DГјГјl 2 ou Brainticket surtout).

Bref, on va se passer dans commentaire in english et se contenter des notes de RateYourMusic, qui sont du genre Г  forger une micro lГ©gende qui n'est pas pour nous dГ©plaire...

From www.rateyourmusic.com :
"Ramases (born Martin Raphael, sometime in the 1930s) was a central heating salesman until he was allegedly visited by the spirit of the Egyptian pharoah Ramses, who apparently informed Raphael that he was the reincarnation of Ramases and gave him the cosmic secret of the universe. Martin promptly changed his name to Ramases, and with his wife Dorothy, who renamed herself Selket, he began writing songs and working toward a record contract in order to spread his cosmic message. He got one with noted progressive rock record company Vertigo in 1970 and recorded Space Hymns in Strawberry Studios in England. Strawberry Studios was run by a group of musicians who would later become 10cc, and in essence 10cc provides the music on Space Hymns, although Ramases' album sounds absolutely nothing like 10cc. Ramases' music could best be described as a kind of spiritual, psychedelic space-folk with references to his own mythological beliefs. In spite of an impressive cover by Roger Dean, Space Hymns did not sell well. Ramases resurfaced in 1975 with the far more folkish Glass Top Coffin. He and Selket then dropped out of the music business, and Ramses moved to Felixstowe to care for his aging mother. He then dropped completely from sight. Sadly, he was reported to have died by his own hand sometime in the early 1990's."
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The album code is : ODI158392

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