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RICHARD PINHAS & JOHN LIVENGOOD: ‎CYBORG SALLY

Richard Pinhas

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Studio Album, released in 1994

Songs / Tracks Listing

1. Intro: Hyperion (1:52)
2. Cyborg Sally (9:36
3. Derita (toward a creepy afternoon) (7:19)
4. Rock Machine: Red Ripe Anarchy (5:01)
5. Gilles Deleuze: Beyond Hyperion (10:05)
6. Nuke (the ultimate 'interface' interstellar part) (8:42)
7. Moira (5:20)
8. Wag (variation sur les quatre notes fondatrices de Parsifal) (7:08)
9. Tales from Hyperion (4:45)
10. Ritournelle (8:33)

Total Time 68:21

Line-up / Musicians

- Richard Pinhas / guitar, electronics, co-producer
AND
- John Livengood / electronics, sampling, digital process, co-producer

With:
- Norman Spinrad / voices (2)
- Didier Batard / bass (2)
- Angel Freddy / voices (4)
- Duncan Nilsson / guitar (4)
- Patrick Gauthier / Mini Moog (6)
- Antoine Paganotti / drums (6)

Releases information

Artwork: Dominique Fury

CD Tangram ‎- 852 015 (1994, France)

2xLP SouffleContinu Records ‎- FFL018 (2016, France) New cover

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RICHARD PINHAS Richard Pinhas & John Livengood: ‎Cyborg Sally ratings distribution


2.96
(7 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(0%)
0%
Excellent addition to any prog rock music collection(14%)
14%
Good, but non-essential (57%)
57%
Collectors/fans only (29%)
29%
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Review by admireArt
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3 stars It´s been a while since I been searching for this album, I will not charge my rating with that, therefore I stay on the pure pleasure of the unknown and rate it as such.

More like Heldon , thank all gods less than Fripp, although John Livengood saves it all, Richard Pinhas stays close to his own language, obviously influenced by King Crimson but he overcomes this obstacle by following the tune and less falling off the wagon and plagiarizing King Robert Fripp.

Electronics and experimatation brings the Cyborg Sally´s spirit out of it. Some cybernetic male vocals enhance the robotic feel, Livengood´s keys help a lot with the futuristic and menacing environments and also with the peaceful ones and Pinhas a more violent performer paints out a contrast between both sides. Expect also electronic percussions here and there by the way.

Richard Pinhas & John Livengood -"‎Cyborg Sally" (1994), is deep, daring and inventive but not enough to step away from the Crimson King´s domain, yet it is worth your while, not a must but you will surely find some very pleasant moments and better yet a favorite and memorable track. As for me I will keep it.

Now! In this Prog world´s universal criteria a 3 star rating + my review is fair.

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