March 28, 2012 in New releases, News by tore
Alberto Villarroya from the Italian Canterbury inspired prog band Amoeba Split dropped by our forums to give us the following message.
Finally, since last week we have the new Amoeba Split Bandcamp page: http://amoebasplit.bandcamp.com/. Here you can download our first demo and our debut album “Dance of goodbyes” (Flac or 320Mp3), along with original booklet and artworks.
Also, its for sale the double vynil edition (high quality 180 grs) of “Dance of goodbyes”, nominated by italian web page “Progawards” as “Best debut album of 2010″, with original artwork all in a single folder. This is a very limited edition of 300 copies, only 150 left available at this moment, so hurry up!.
Thanks for your attention and support, best wishes to all,
So there you have it! I have yet to hear Dance of the Goodbyes, but I’ve been looking forward to it and so I’m very pleased. Those curious about Italian Canterbury prog should definetly check it out. The price is a mere 5 euro minimum with the option of donating a bit more if you feel charitable.
Thanks to Amoeba Split for sharing this
September 6, 2011 in Albums, Releases by tore
Dance of the goodbyes is the debut album by spanish jazz-rock Amoeba Split. Canterburyan influences and references generally makes the album and the band considered to be part of the extended Canterbury scene. For example, the first track “Dedicated to us, but we weren’t listening” is a reference to the Soft Machine song “Dedicated to you, but you weren’t listening” from the album Volume Two. Dance of the goodbyes was the result of four years work and was nominated for best debut album of 2010 on the italian website Progawards.
The album was recorded at Fuzz Studios in A Coruña in Spain. The sound engineer was Ezequiel Orol. Work on the album started in 2006 and in 2010, it was released on the independent label Autoedita.
All songs by Amoeba Split.
Perfumed Garden (9:43)
Turbulent Matrix (10:47)
Blessed Water (12:25)
Flight to nowhere (23:39)
- Dedicated to us, but we weren’t listening (3:52)
- Ricardo Castro Varela
- Alberto Villarroya López
- Fernando Lamas
- María Toro
- Pablo Añón
- Soprano, alto & tenor saxes