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David Sylvian Nine Horses: Money For All album cover
3.92 | 34 ratings | 1 reviews | 26% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2007

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Money For All (4:09)
2. Get The Hell Out (5:37)
3. The Banality of Evil (Burnt Friedman Remix) (6:48)
4. Wonderful World (Burnt Friedman Remix) (7:04)
5. Birds Sing For Their Lives (7:02)
6. Serotonin (Burnt Friedman Remix) (4:51)
7. Money For All (Version) (4:00)
8. Get The Hell Out (Burnt Friedman Remix) (5:04)

Total Time: 44:35

Line-up / Musicians

- David Sylvian / vocals, Fender Rhodes (1,2,7), guitar (7), harmonica (1,7)
- Burnt Friedman / drum programming & sequencing (1,3,4,6-8), synths (1,3,6,7), keyboards (6), treatments (3,4), electronics (8)
- Steve Jansen / drum programming (2,8), percussion (4), keyboards (4), sampler (2,4,8), synth (8)

- Stina Nordenstam / vocals (4,5)
- Tim Motzer / guitar (6)
- Joseph Suchy / guitar (3,6)
- Thomas Elbern / electric (3,4,6) & acoustic (3) guitars
- Hayden Chisholm / clarinet (1,3,4,6,7)
- Claudio Bohórquez / cello (3,4)
- Alexander Meyen / violin (8)
- Keith Lowe / double bass (4,5)
- Daniel Schröter / double bass (1,7), bass (6,8)
- Morten Grønvad / vibes (1,7)
- Norbert Krämer / timpani (4)
- Andrea Grant / backing vocals (1,7)
- Derek Green / backing vocals (1,7)
- Tommy Blaize / backing vocals (1,6,7)
- Beverlei Brown / backing vocals (1,6,7)
- Uwe Schmidt "Atom" / drum programming (1,7)

Releases information

Artwork: Atsushi Fukui

CD Samadhisound ‎- sound cd ss0010 (2007, UK)

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(34 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(26%)
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(41%)
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Collectors/fans only (6%)
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Review by admireArt
4 stars Clean, intelligent, AUSTERE and subversive Rock and Prog....."Freedom has its price"

Low profile by nature, David Sylvian's offerings have. also by nature. a certain elegance in both his songwriting and arrangement skills. The recording studio, as such, has always been, also part of his game. Intelligent and attractive poetry, is of course his main attribution to prog, rock, folk, you name it. Therefore when such a "great dish" is presented, with all its ingredients in top shape of substance and flavor, will seem senseless to just let go.

Every time, I play this "Nine Horses:Money for All", extended EP, it still thrills me, as the first time, so by logic, this is the kind of effort that I know, has become in my play ground, an evolving "essential" masterwork, or in "rating" language the 4.5 star deserving kind of album.

It really does not amaze me, the few ratings or attention given to such an uncomparable artist as David Sylvian is. A shame that it happens in such a "universal" page of Prog is. But still it ain't no surprise.

Now, to round things up, by subversive, I don't mean RiO, or Metal music, I mean, non-mainstream music that defies the "markets" because it never compromises, artistry for money, less subdue intelligent and emotional compositions, in able to become accessible to every "market". But otherwise completely appealing to non-mainstream, Prog/Rock audiophiles, who are kind of tired of the same old "new"? Prog repetitions and cliches.

4 becoming a 5 PA star work.................. Climb the ladder!

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