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Dennis Andrew "Reflections" 1986 (Cassette)

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Mostly plagiarized from the Permanent Records site:

Dennis Andrew (AKA Dennis Young) is best known as the percussionist of Liquid Liquid, but he's also an experimental synth / new age pioneer!  Between 1985 and 1987, he released three cassette only albums -Concepts (1985), Reflections (1986) and Quest (1987). Bureau B Records compiled highlights from the trio of tapes into the collection "Wave: Electronic Music 1984-1988" and enlightened the world to these wonderful recordings.

As Young recalls, "My love for electronic music goes back to the late 70's when I decided to buy my first synthesizer, a rare used vintage Davolisint made in Italy, after seeing Keith Emerson perform live with ELP. This lead to my discovery of more electronic music artists using synthesizers such as Klaus Schulze, Tim Blake, Larry Fast, Edgar Froese, Brian Eno, and Cluster just to name a few. My musical challenge was then to create my own electronic music using this instrument. After experimenting in the early 80's with live recordings using a reel to reel tape machine I purchased my first multi-track recording system in 1984. When Liquid Liquid was on hiatus I was able to devote full time to this music and do professional recordings at my home studio in Edison, New Jersey. I added more synthesizers to include a Korg Mono/Poly, a Korg Poly Six, a Moog Rogue, and later the Korg M1. Every track was put through various delay and reverb units and I added vocal parts and along with guitar where I felt it was needed. The music resulted in three now out of print cassette only recordings entitled Concepts (1985), Reflections (1987), and Quest (1988). They were all mixed at Gabriel Farm studios in Princeton, New Jersey, with the help of Andrew Gomory who owned the studio and who himself was a keyboardist."

Props to the Bureau B comp for bringing this music into the light. And a HUGE THANKS to Permanent Records LA for hooking us up with Dennis. We got the last copies of this from Dennis' archive, so get to it! Don't miss out!

And stay tuned as we have another new unreleased Dennis Young release in the works!!!

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Mostly plagiarized from the Permanent Records site:

Dennis Andrew (AKA Dennis Young) is best known as the percussionist of Liquid Liquid, but he's also an experimental synth / new age pioneer!  Between 1985 and 1987, he released three cassette only albums -Concepts (1985), Reflections (1986) and Quest (1987). Bureau B Records compiled highlights from the trio of tapes into the collection "Wave: Electronic Music 1984-1988" and enlightened the world to these wonderful recordings.

As Young recalls, "My love for electronic music goes back to the late 70's when I decided to buy my first synthesizer, a rare used vintage Davolisint made in Italy, after seeing Keith Emerson perform live with ELP. This lead to my discovery of more electronic music artists using synthesizers such as Klaus Schulze, Tim Blake, Larry Fast, Edgar Froese, Brian Eno, and Cluster just to name a few. My musical challenge was then to create my own electronic music using this instrument. After experimenting in the early 80's with live recordings using a reel to reel tape machine I purchased my first multi-track recording system in 1984. When Liquid Liquid was on hiatus I was able to devote full time to this music and do professional recordings at my home studio in Edison, New Jersey. I added more synthesizers to include a Korg Mono/Poly, a Korg Poly Six, a Moog Rogue, and later the Korg M1. Every track was put through various delay and reverb units and I added vocal parts and along with guitar where I felt it was needed. The music resulted in three now out of print cassette only recordings entitled Concepts (1985), Reflections (1987), and Quest (1988). They were all mixed at Gabriel Farm studios in Princeton, New Jersey, with the help of Andrew Gomory who owned the studio and who himself was a keyboardist."

Props to the Bureau B comp for bringing this music into the light. And a HUGE THANKS to Permanent Records LA for hooking us up with Dennis. We got the last copies of this from Dennis' archive, so get to it! Don't miss out!

And stay tuned as we have another new unreleased Dennis Young release in the works!!!

Track list:

SIDE A: 1. Star-Gazing, 2. Secret of the Golden Flower, 3. Empty Quarter (Rub al Khali desert)

SIDE B: 1. Prisms, 2. Midnight Sun, 3. Year of the Comet