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Aurora - Tontos Expanding Head Band - Zero Time (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Sep 17,  · Artist: Aurora Album: "Aurora" Genre: Jazz Rock / Progressive Rock Label: Shroom Country: US 1. Opus 8 () 2. Within () 3. Dancing on a .
  2. Tonto's Expanding Head Band On tour: no Upcoming concerts: none; 2, fans get concert alerts for this artist. Join Songkick to track Tonto's Expanding Head Band and get concert alerts when they play near you.
  3. Aurora biography This mid's Texas outfit was inspired by the music of Jean-Luc Ponty (the band was indeed named after Ponty's album "Aurora"). During their short existence (), they never actually released any official album. The two founders of AURORA are .
  4. Aurora By Tonto's Expanding Head Band. • 1 song, Aurora. Featured on Zero Time. More by Tonto's Expanding Head Band. Zero Time. American Progressive. After Midnight: Electronic. Lost Transmissions From the Off-World Territories. Crate Diggers. More Tonto's Expanding Head Band. Listen to Tonto's Expanding Head Band now.
  5. Feb 10,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Aurora - Aurora FULL ALBUM (progressive rock, jazz rock) YouTube Lockwood ‎– Jazz-Rock () - Duration: Terminal Passage 49, views.
  6. I originally had 'Zero time'. on vinyl. What a great title by the way. It has always been a missing link,to me. The opening track 'Cybernaut ', conjures up images of androids taking over the Earth. Flying around in Spacecraft. On 'Riversong', Tonto goes all Indian; with a Raga/Mantra style effect, using simulated Indian holy-man voice.5/5(35).
  7. In , Cecil and Margouleff set out to record on their own, under the name of T.O.N.T.O.'s Expanding Head Band. The album Zero Time was a revolutionary piece of work that set out to explore the capabilities of the synthesizer with no regard for conceptions of pop success and it is still considered to be a turning point in the use of.
  8. I intially heard Tonto's Expanding Headband first LP, Zero Time, in the early 70's and I was fortunately able to acquire a copy 2nd hand from a University mate. I have since played it almost through to the turntable mat! This welcome reissue covers their 1st TWO LP's with an extra bonus track. It is brilliant!!3/5(1).
  9. Nov 01,  · Though the duo behind it were likely aware of the Lone Ranger's sidekick, the “T.O.N.T.O.” in Tonto's Expanding Head Band was really an acronym for "The Original New Timbral Orchestra" - the first multitimbral polyphonic analog synthesizer. Malcolm Cecil and Robert Margouleff played it on sessions for other artists (including Stevie Wonder) as well as a pair of albums on their .

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