|1||Era Of Technology||1:15|
|3||The Space Between||7:59|
|4||To Another Universe||6:20|
|DLISP 34158||Brainticket||Celestial Ocean (LP, Album)||RCA Victor||DLISP 34158||Italy||1973|
|CLP 9935-2||Brainticket||Celestial Ocean (CD, Album, RE)||Purple Pyramid||CLP 9935-2||US||1997|
|CLP 1256-2||Brainticket||Celestial Ocean (CD, Album, RE, Car)||Purple Pyramid||CLP 1256-2||US||2003|
|CLP 2084||Brainticket||Celestial Ocean (LP, Ltd, Unofficial, Pur)||Purple Pyramid||CLP 2084||US||2007|
|DLISP 34158||Brainticket||Celestial Ocean (LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)||Not On Label (Brainticket)||DLISP 34158||Italy||Unknown|
Recorded at RCA Studios, Rome in August and September 1972.
24-bit digital remastering at The Audio Archiving Company, London.
Additional co-ordination at Esoteric Arts Ltd.
All tracks ℗ 1973 Cleopatra Records, USA. This remastered reissue © 2010 Cherry Red Records under license from Cleopatra Records, USA.
Reactive is a Cherry Red label managed by Esoteric Recordings.
Made in EU.
Track timings do not appear anywhere on the release.
I do not own the copyright to this recording so if it needs to be removed, I will remove it. If you like this album please buy it for the full experience. Brainticket - Celestial Ocean 1973. MazNour II. Egyptian Kings from Celestial Ocean. Inspired by the Egyptian Book of the Dead, Brainticket's Celestial Ocean tells the story of an ancient king traveling on a ship through the afterlife. Brainticket merges modern and ancient musical instruments throughout this album. Synthesizer sounds that could have come from a 20th century sci-fi movie e. Logan's Run are mixed with the acoustic sounds of the flute and zither. This sonic juxtaposition adds to the theme of the king traveling from the ancient world through time. Album 1974 8 Songs. Celestial Ocean. Rock Ocean. Band Name Brainticket. Album Name Celestial Ocean. Type Album. Released date 1974. Labels RCA Victor. BEAT THAT CELESTIAL OCEAN by Brainticket. 1973's brilliant Celestial Ocean, by the legendary Swiss krautrock band Brainticket, is a concept album that details an ancient pharoah's journey into the afterlife substitute the word journey for trip and you'll get what they were driving at. However, Brainticket were not mere products of their time, they explored some truly compelling musical territory and produced a superlative blanket of sound - featuring a pioneering mix of early synthesizers, flute, zither, sitar. Celestial Ocean by Brainticket, released 20 January 2015 1. Egyptian Kings 2. Jardins 3. Rainbow 4. Era of Technology 5. To Another Universe 6. The Space Between 7. Cosmic Wind 8. Visions 9. Intro 10. Egyptian Kings 11. Jam 1 12. Jam 2 13. Egyptian Kings Reprise 14. Jardins, Rainbow 15. Era of Technology Part 1 16. Jam 3 17. Era of Technology Part 2 18. Visions 19. Intro Reprise 20. Includes an extraordinary concert performance of nearly the entire Celestial Ocean album recorded in Italy 1973 Along with Amon Duul, Can and Neu, Brainticket have been cited as influences of bands such as Sonic Youth, Stereolab, Skinny Puppy, The Legendary Pink Dots and others . Celestial Ocean was a concept album that details an ancient pharoah's journey into the afterlife substitute the word 'journey' for 'trip' and you'll get what they were driving at. However, Brainticket were not mere products of. The music on Celestial Ocean is generally very contemplative and quiet apart from a slightly heavy introduction to Era of Technology and is comprised of sections dominated by acoustic instruments piano, guitar, flute, zither, and excellent drummingpercussion work by Barney Palm and passages dominated by organ, in addition to smooth and clean sounding synthesizers mostly moog and ARP synthesizers, in addition to. Celestial Ocean is a music studio album recording by BRAINTICKET KrautrockProgressive Rock released in 1973 on cd, lp, vinyl andor cassette. Essential: a masterpiece of progressive rock music23. The album, Celestial Ocean, told the after-life experience of Egyptian kings traveling through space and time, from the desert land to the pyramids. Released in 1973, the album was hailed as the definitive Brainticket experience. The band toured successfully with new band member, synthesiser player Wilhelm Seefeldt. After returning from a trip to Bali in the mid-1970s, Vandroogenbroeck continued to collaborate with Muriel, Seefeldt and Palm