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Ekseption

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Boxset/Compilation, released in 2004

Songs / Tracks Listing

"Ekseption" 1969
1. The 5th (3:21)
2. Dharma for One (3:25)
3. Little X Plus (2:33)
4. Sabre Dance (4:35)
5. AIR (2:50)
6. Ritual fire dance (2:15)
7. Rapsody in Blue (3:39)
8. This here (4:10)
9. Dance Macabre Opus 40 (2:20)
10. Canvas (2:25)

Total Time: 31:33
Notes: The track "Dharma" is in fact "Dharma For One" from JETHRO TULL which appeared on their "This Was" album in 1968.
On the album Classic in pop (a French album) the song "Ritual Firedance" is replaced by "Adagio" and the song "Dance Macabre Opus 40" is replaced by "Italian Concerto".

"Beggar Julias Time Trip" 1970
1. Ouverture (3:22)
2. Prologue (2:21)
3. Julia (2:21)
4. Flying power (0:31)
5. Adagio (3:45)
6. Space I (0:44)
7. Italian concerto (4:59)
8. Concerto (3:52)
9. Space II (0:26)
10. Pop giant (3:54)
11. Space III (0:22)
12. Feelings (3:09)
13. Epilogue (0:57)
14. Finale (3:55)
(a) Music for mind (b) Theme Julia

Total Time: 34:38
Notes: This album has been released on CD by Pasodisc, unfortunately they used an LP as the source for this CD, so the sound quality isn't very good.

"3" 1970
1. Peace planet (3:32)
2. B 612 (4:08)
3. Morning rose (3:04)
4. Piece for symphonic and rock group in A minor (5:53)
a) Part one: Passacaglia
b) Part two: Painting
5. The lamplighter (3:01)
6. Bottle mind (2:45)
7. On sunday they will kill the world (3:26)
8. Another history (4:37)
9. Rondo (5:25)

Total Time: 35:51

"00:04" 1971
1. Ave Maria (2:34)
2. Body party (3:32)
3. Monlope (4:58)
4. Monkey dance (2:41)
5. Choral (4:02)
6. Partita No. 2 in C minor (5:45)
7. Piccadilly sweet (13:27)

Total Time: 36:59
Notes: This album is released on the strangely titled double cd "3 Originals" (Mercury, 2004), because this CD contains 4 albums.

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Line-up / Musicians

"Ekseption" 1969
- Rob Kruisman / saxophones, flute, guitar, vocals
- Rick van der Linden / piano, organ, dulcimer
- Rein van den Broek / trumpet
- Cor Dekker / bass guitar
- Peter de Leeuwe / drums, vocals
- Huib van Kampen / guitar, Tenor saxophone

"Beggar Julias Time Trip" 1970
- Michel van Dijk / vocals, percussion
- Dennis Whitbread / drums, kettledrums
- Rick van der Linden / piano, spinet, xylophone, (pipe) organ, mellotron
- Rein van den Broek / trumpet, flugelhorn, pocket trumpet
- Cor Dekker / bass guitar
- Dick Remelink / saxes, flute

Guests:
- Tony Vos / saxes, tonytone, electronic effects
- Linda van Dijck / voice on "Prologue" & "Epilogue"
- Eric van Lier / trombone, tuba

"3" 1970
- Steve Allet / vocals
- Michel van Dijk / vocals (on 8)
- Rick van der Linden / piano, spinet, organ, mellotron
- Rein van den Broek / trumpet, flugelhorn
- Cor Dekker / bass guitar
- Dick Remelink / saxes
- Peter de Leeuwe / drums

Guest:
- Tony Vos / saxes

"00:04" 1971
- Rick van der Linden / piano, spinet, (pipe) organ, mellotron, ARP synthetizer
- Rein van den Broek / trumpet, flugelhorn
- Cor Dekker / bass guitar
- Dick Remelink / saxes
- Peter de Leeuwe / drums

Guests:
- Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
- Members of the Dutch Chamber Choir
- Erik van Lier / trombone
- Tony Vos / Alto & Soprano saxophone

Releases information

CD 3 Originals Universal 981 492-2 (2004)

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EKSEPTION 3 Originals ratings distribution


4.03
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Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music(60%)
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4 stars Rating based on Great value for money. 4 albums on 2 cds.The sound is excellent and so is the booklet which gives a chronologly of the band and who plays what on each album. They do pop or rock versions of classics and when they play jazz it is in the Soft Machine catagory. The vocals on 3 re ... (read more)

Report this review (#42303) | Posted by | Tuesday, August 09, 2005 | Review Permanlink

5 stars Although this release is titled 3 originals, this double CD contains the first four albums of EKSEPTION. The band's development is clearly audible, from the first album where they just had embarked on the musical course that would bring them a lot of success, to the fourth album, where they tr ... (read more)

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