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vendredi 4 juillet 2014
Pour Pauwels : Guy Skornik masterpiece now on vinyl !!! Get your copy now !!
GUY SKORNIK "Pour Pauwels"
I just got some few new copies of this gem on heavy vinyl !!!
Be quick !! Super Limited stock !!!
To order it send thru paypal
22 € (incl postage) for France
24 € (incl postage) Europa
25 (incl postage) rest of the world
Guy Skornik was a mystic explorer, psychonaut, and gifted musician, who was a key member of François Wertheimer's Popera Cosmic collective; he was also deeply immersed in the metaphysical revolutions of his time. He presented television reports, laced with elements of Eastern mysticism, on LSD experiences. And then there was Skornik's album, "Pour Pauwells", inspired by the revolutionary writings of Louis Pauwells, one-time counterculture hero and disciple of esoteric spiritualist G. I. Gurdjieff. It is one of a handful of classic French progressive pop concept albums of the early 1970's, together with Serge Gainsbourg’s “Melody Nelson," Igor Wakévitch's "Hathor", Gérard Manset's “La Mort D’Orion," and Michel Berger's “Puzzle.” Licensed from Parlophone, A Warner Music Group Company.
"If you have not heard of Guy Skornik you do not know what you've lost... but don't worry, it's never too late. Guy was brought to the public's attention for the first time in the beginning of 1970. Then it was the release in the middle of the year of a magnificent LP (on Pathé, of course!) I strongly recommend it to you as it is a masterpiece. He starts with a taste for surrealism and for all the strange things that have occurred over thousands of years on the earth’s surface; Skornik tried, and succeeded perfectly, to create with his music what Louis Pauwels did with his huge best-seller The Morning of the Magicians—a book that can be quickly defined as a popularization of many disturbing problems poorly understood by the general public, such as flying saucers, Atlantis, and Easter Island." —Jacques Allemand (Extra magazine)
•one of a handful of classic French progressive pop concept albums of the early 1970's, together with Serge Gainsbourg’s “Melody Nelson," Igor Wakévitch's "Hathor", Gérard Manset's “La Mort D’Orion," and Michel Berger's “Puzzle”
•key member of François Wertheimer's Popera Cosmic collective
•arrangements by Ivan Jullien (Françoise Hardy, Johnny Hallyday, Quincy Jones, & Elton John)
01. What Is Realite? (4:10)
02. Je Ne Sais Pas, Je Ne Sais Plus Rien (2:50)
03. Qu’est-ce Que Le Dream? (3:25)
04. Je Vois Ce Que Je Crois (3:10)
05. Fulcanelli (3:00)
06. L’ile de Paques (4:25)
07. What Is Realite? (1:05)/Qu’est-ce Que Le Dream? (0:45)
08. Magdalena (3:25)
09. What Is Realite? (0:55)/Qu’est-ce Que Le Dream? (0:30)
10. Gurdjieff (5:30)
Catalogue number: LION 676 /MOPRE001