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Ron Geesin - A Raise Of Eyebrows / As He Stands FLAC Performer: Ron Geesin
Album: A Raise Of Eyebrows / As He Stands
Country: UK
Released: 1995
Style: Psychedelic Rock
Label: See For Miles Records Ltd.
Genre: Rock
Catalog #: SEECD 433
Size FLAC: 1958 mb.
Size MP3: 2915 mb.
Rating: 4.8/5
Votes: 120
Record Source: CD, Compilation, Stereo




Tracklist


1Can't You Stop That Thing?2:40
2On-Through-Out-Up2:37
3Two Fifteen String Guitars For Nice People2:28
4Mr. Peugeot's Trot1:12
5Rise Up Sebastian!2:27
6The Eye That Nearly Saw4:29
7To Roger Waters Wherever You Are3:01
8Duet For Two And Street Market2:47
9Freedom For Four Voices And Me
Voice [Assistance] – Adrian Harman
2:25
10Wrap A Keyboard Round A Plant3:18
11Concrete Line Up2:22
12Certainly Random2:49
13We're All Going To Liverpool3:57
14Looming View2:02
15From An Electric Train3:23
16Psychedelia1:08
17A Cymbal And Much Electronics2:40
18Up Above My Heart2:02
19Another Female!0:06
20Roll 'Em, Bowl 'Em - In Three Movements3:05
21Positives2:15
22Twist And Knit For Two Guitars2:25
23A Raise Of Eyebrows2:16
24It's All Very New, You Know5:37
25A World Of Too Much Sound2:07
26Upon Composition2:59
27The Middle Of Whose Night?2:29
28A Female!0:22
29Ha! Ha! But Reasonable1:37
30Waiting For Life1:18


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
noneRon Geesin A Raise Of Eyebrows / As He Stands ‎(CDr, Comp, Unofficial)G. & P. Essential MusicnoneRussiaUnknown


Credits


  • Coordinator [Co-ordinated By]The Product Exchange
  • Performer [Performed Musically], Electronics [Electronically By]Ron Geesin (tracks: 15, 16, 18, 20 to 30)
  • Voice, Sounds [Sounds Made], Instruments [Instruments Played By]Ron Geesin (tracks: 1 to 14)
  • Written-By [All Tracks Written By]Ron Geesin


Notes


Tracks 1-14 ℗ 1967 • Tracks 15-30 ℗ 1973.
Tracks 1-14 originally released as A Raise Of Eyebrows.
Tracks 15-30 originally released as As He Stands.

Original sound recordings made by Ron Geesin

This compilation
℗ 1995 See For Miles Records Ltd.
© 1995 See For Miles Records Ltd.

Manufactured under licence from Headscope:
Co-ordinated by The Product Exchange, London, UK.

Country of origin: UK.
Made in the EC.

Packaged in a standard jewel case with 12-page fold-out insert. This contains detailed track information, 1995 biography, liner notes and CD size cover pictures.


Barcodes


  • Barcode (Text): 5 014661 043332
  • Barcode (String): 5014661043332
  • Rights Society: M.C.P.S.
  • Matrix / Runout (Mirrored): SEECD.433 · . MASTERED . BY MAYKING


Companies


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – See For Miles Records Ltd.
  • Copyright (c) – See For Miles Records Ltd.
  • Licensed From – Headscope Records
  • Glass Mastered At – Mayking

RON GEESIN - A RAISE OF EYEBROWS/AS HE STANDS
(See For Miles SEECD 433) CD 77m
The realm of the: eccentric poet and musical experimentalist, may mainly be dominated by women, yet much earlier than the likes of Lady June or Gilli Smyth, Ron Geesin was blubbering nonsense and startling people with his creativity from way back in 1967!
This CD crams in Ron's Transatlantic Records debut LP from 1967, the extraordinarily eccentric A RAISE OF EYEBROWS, and his first self-produced release AS HE STANDS, from 1973. In between these albums, Ron had directed the Pink Floyd opus Atom Heart Mother and collaborated with Roger Waters on the MUSIC FROM THE BODY album. But, these solos when played together like on this CD, show Ron's genius as an innovator even more so, as we progress from the total lunacy that starts A RAISE OF EYEBROWS and gradually gain a more musical focus. Advanced techniques of multi-tracking, collage, electronic processing are all parts of his oeuvre, wit and surrealism abound in patchwork of prose, imaginary conversations and theatrics, along with music that runs the gamut from honky tonk piano, via blues and skiffle, onto electroacoustic realms and synthesizer music.
In all, a great value CD, and a great collection for cheering up a dull day. What we need now is Ron's greatest achievement RIGHT THROUGH.

review by Alan Freeman in AUDION #33 (1995).