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File under: free improvisation

Roland Kovac

Blue Dance / Milky Way (7")

Label: Wallen Bink

Format: 7"

Genre: Jazz

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€21.90
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Original created by Roland Kovac’s studio band for an industrial commercial, Hans Georg Brunner Schwer, an admirer of Kovac’s work, released the recordings as a full length SABA album in 1968 under the title ‘Trip To The Mars’. The recording has a sound somewhere between atmospheric soundtrack, library and modal jazz. Sort after for the modal waltz dancer ‘Blue Dance’, presented here in it’s ultimate sonic form – AAA analogue mastered and cut to 45rpm. Side 2’s ‘Milky Way’ is a heady trip mixing jazz elements with floating brass harmonies and sensuous horn solos.

  • First vinyl release since 1966 and never before released on 7” single
  • AAA Transfers from analogue mastertapes
  • Audiophile-grade vinyl – single one-off batch limited-edition pressing
  • New artwork authentically recreated on heavyweight gloss sleeves
  • Cut at Abbey Road Studios by Grammy award winning engineer, Sean Magee
  • Manufactured at Pallas Group GmbH, Germany
  • Metallic hype sticker
Details
File under: free improvisation
Cat. number: WB010
Year: 2021