September 24, 2022

Moving Gelatine Plates – Moving Gelatine Plates (2014, LP, France)

A1 Moving Gelatine Plates– The World Of Genius Hans 13:27
A2 Moving Gelatine Plates– Astromonster 6:25
A3 Moving Gelatine Plates– London Cab 5:31
B1 Moving– Galantine 6:25
B2 Moving– Syntheme 3:07
B3 Moving– Like A Flower 13:20
C Moving Gelatine Plates– X25 6:49
D Moving Gelatine Plates– London Cab 2:00

Bass, Guitar, Vocals – Didier Thibault (A1 to A3)
Bass, Vocals, Synthesizer – Didier Thibault (B1 to B3)
Drums – Alain Clarel (A1 to A3)
Drums, Percussion, Vibraphone, Xylophone – Marc Profichet (B1 to B3)
Guitar – Michel Cordier (B1 to B3)
Guitar, Vocals – Gérard Bertram (A1 to A3)
Keyboards – Herve Courtois (B1 to B3)
Organ, Trumpet, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Flute – Maurice Helmlinger (A1 to A3)
Piano, Synthesizer – Dominique Godin (B1 to B3)
Saxophone – Jean Rubert (B1 to B3)

Limited edition of 1000 copies on pink vinyl, hand numbered.
Tracks A1 to A3 were recorded at Theater 105 Maison de l'ORTF on 26 May 1972.
Tracks B1 and B2 were recorded live at the Studio 104 Maison de la radio on 13 April 1978.
Track B3 was recorded at Marc Profichet's house at Bagneux in 1979.

This album contains previously unreleased versions recorded between 1970 and 1978 by the legendary (slightly experimental) psych/prog unit Moving Gelatine Plates. Edition of 1.000 copies on clear pink vinyl (gelatine colour) in a deluxe gatefold sleeve with flyer, family tree and postcard. This album includes a 7-inch record facsimile of the original acetate made in December 1970 (one copy) only with unreleased versions of 'X25' and 'London Cab'. These first recordings of the band are completely different from the later studio versions edited on the first Moving Gelatine Plates album.


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Garu said...

Thanks for this MGP album. Unfortunately I cannot connect. Can you check the status of the link? Thank you.

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Garu said...

I saw the message related to this post in Re-Up #35. However, I don't see any new link here. Am I missing something?
Thank you

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