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Name:Supersister 1971 To the highest bidder [

Total Size: 128.39 MB

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Last Updated: 2010-12-15 21:37:06 (Update Now)

Torrent added: 2009-08-30 01:21:33




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01-Supersister-A Girl Named You.mp3 (Size: 128.39 MB) (Files: 23)

 01-Supersister-A Girl Named You.mp3

23.13 MB

 01-Supersister-A Girl Named You.sfv

2.62 KB

 02-Supersister-No Tree Will Grow (On Too High A Mountain).mp3

17.49 MB

 03-Supersister-Energy (Out of Future).mp3

34.16 MB

 04-Supersister-Higher.mp3

6.59 MB

 05-Supersister-A Girl Name You (Single Version Bonus Track).mp3

7.47 MB

 06-Supersister-Missing Link (Bonus Track).mp3

6.73 MB

 07-Supersister-No Tree Will Grow (Single Edit Bonus Track).mp3

10.12 MB

 08-Supersister-The Groupies of the Band (Bonus Track).mp3

10.38 MB

 artwork

  back_cover.jpg

1.24 MB

  back_cover_inside.jpg

590.81 KB

  booklet_01.jpg

985.33 KB

  booklet_02.jpg

0.99 MB

  booklet_03.jpg

868.09 KB

  booklet_04.jpg

1.60 MB

  booklet_05.jpg

1.07 MB

  booklet_06.jpg

1.80 MB

  booklet_07.jpg

1.32 MB

  cd_scan.jpg

573.43 KB

  front_cover.jpg

1.10 MB

  front_cover_small.jpg

136.39 KB

  Supersister Remasters - Sticker.jpg

117.61 KB

 super.nfo

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Torrent description

Artist....: Supersister
Title.....: To the highest bidder
Rel. Date.: 1971
Type/Genre: Prog rock
Size......: 128mb
Format....: mp3
Bitrate...: 320

Tracks:

01.A Girl Named You (10:08)
02.No Tree Will Grow (07:39)
03.Energy (Out of Future) (14:55)
04.Higher (02:56)
05.A Girl Name You (Single Version, Bonus Track) (03:17)
06.Missing Link (Bonus Track) (02:58)
07.No Tree Will Grow (Single Edit, Bonus Track) (04:27)
08.The Groupies of the Band (Bonus Track) (04:32)

Following in the same path as their debut album, Supersister achieved their definite masterpiece in the shape of 'To the Highe$t Bidder': in fact, Supersister proves to be one of the most prominent Dutch prog acts of the 70s, equalling to Focus and Finch in prowess, fire and excellence.

In many ways, Supersister incarnates the Netherlands' response to Soft Machine, since their music is overtly inspired by Canterbury's jazziest self; they also have clear hints to Zappa's sophisticated absurdity and the distinctive dynamics of avant-garde free jazz (track 3 being the best example).

Supersister's approach to humour in the context of jazz-oriented prog is a crucial component of their music, since it allows all four musicians to keep a light-hearted feel in their performancers, while exhibiting their own individual skills and challenging interplay.

The flautist's role is certainly special, since van Geest's style has a remarkable tendecy towards the pastoral, yet in a strange way, it works effectively in the middle of the combined jazzy leaning of his other partners.

The fact that two tracks are 10+ minute long allows the foursome to explore into their musical ideas and explore its potential variations: 'A Girl Named you' (a Supersister classic) is full of Latin-jazz colours, while 'Energy (Out of Future)' adds some exotic African-like beatings in the middle of the band's exhaustive musical and rhythmic travels.

Both tracks portray obvious bombastic aspirations, but at the end of the day, the band manages not to take this impetus too far by keeping a sense of fun.

As a result, there is a constant, unhidden touch of fun and freshness displaying all through these pieces; in thsi way, the friendly listener can rest assured that his senses won't get fed up at any point, since the pleasant flavour stays unpolluted.

The remaining tracks are apparently more serene, but not less funny: 'No Tree Will Grow (On Too High a Mountain)' ends its reflective portrait with the sound of a crowd cynically laughing, while 'Higher', in contrast to the previous track's tour-de-force, is a bossanova theme, serving basically as a sweet frivolous closure.

Together with Focus and Finch, Supersister is part of the Netherlands' Prog Holy Trinity, and they surely deserve to be as acknowledged as the others... at least.

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