March 2018 releases: Bleu Forest (Usa) / Nyl (France) / Siglo Cero (Colombia)
GOLDEN PAVILION MUSIC March 2018 New arrivals:
Dear friends, these are our new arrivals for early 2018.To order, just send us an email to email@example.com. If you have a shop or if you are reseller, check out the wholesale section on the menu bar.
The Bleu Forest- Ichiban (USA 1967) GPMUSIC04LP
The very first recordings by the BLEU FOREST happened after they played a show at the "Hey You Coffeehouse" in Ventura, CA. Jimmie Haskell decided to have them come to Hollywood and record on the spot at his place. His intention was to capture how the band sounded live, and this is what you get in Ichiban: Two mics, the band, a recording machine, no retakes, spontaneity and raw energy, a time-capsule direct From Jimmie's place in 1967. The sound and the style reminiscent of what was happening in San Francisco around 1966/1967 is captured in these recordings. ichiban mirros the pinnacle days at Haight-Ashbury, echoes of the summer of love, "Turn on, tune in, drop out"!
Available for the first time on Vinyl through Golden Pavilion records and on CD through Gear Fab records.
Limited to 400 copies on black vinyl and 100 copies on marbled orange & blue vinyl. Comes in gatefold cover, including unseen pictures, back story and lyrics.
Nyl- Same (France 1976) GPMUSIC05LP
NYL’s 1976 sole release is curiously still very much under the radar despite it being one of the most intriguing French psychedelic/prog albums from the 70’s. The music is highly creative and energetic with a definite space-rock feel in the style of Hawkwind, but also a clear krautrock edge reminiscent of Amon Dull II and Agitation free. Michel Peteau’s guitar is the driving force around which all other elements create a whirlwind of sonic psychedelic infusion veering between loud psychedelia and irreverent pulsating rock groove “a la” Gong. Features Ariel Kalma (flute and sax), as well as Janick Top (From Magma) and Bernard Lavialle (from Ame Son). Originally released on Richard Pinhas "Urus Records", this fully licensed album is released in high quality heavy paste-on gatefold cover, limited to 500 copies in black vinyl and 100 in coloured vinyl.
Siglo Cero- Latinoamérica (Colombia 1970) GPMUSIC06LP
Sole release by this Colombian band that surfaces briefly after the Speakers, Young Beats, Ampex and Time Machine era comes to an end. The band boasts an Italian jazz-rock drummer Roberto Fiorilli and legendary Genesis Bassist Humberto Monroy. The record consists of one theme divided into two long experimental progressive ventures (Viaje I and Viaje II) of fierce, fluid and free collective improvisation with spacey feels and a rich texture of Hammond organ, guitar, bass, tenor sax, percussion and drums that takes the listener on a trippy psychedelic krautrock-sounding “out there” voyage.. First performed live at the “Festival de la vida” in Bogotá in 1970 with an audience of close to ten thousand, Siglo Cero’s concert was then recorded in the legendary Ingeson studio with the same musicians and same production as the live gig. This concert became a pivotal and highly influential experience for an entire generation of soon to be Colombian rockers who tuned-in to the irreverent breaking of boundaries that this music showcased. Comes with liner notes From Zodiaco co-founder Álvaro Díaz Manrique.
This fully licensed album is released in high quality heavy paste-on gatefold cover, limited to 500 copies in black vinyl and 100 in coloured vinyl.