Mickey Hart - The Best Of Mickey Hart - Over The Edge And Back FLAC album
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Compilation album by Mickey Hart. Creation of the album In a 2002 interview, Hart said, "I'm not really up for 'Best of's to be honest with yo. .My stuff doesn't really play like that 'Best of' in one CD because I'm all over the map, from the rhythm to the melody and the harmony, the Apocalypse, the Olympics.
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Superorganism is an album by the Mickey Hart Band, a musical group led by former Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart. It was released by 360° Productions on August 13, 2013. On Superorganism, musicians singing and playing instruments such as guitar, bass, keyboards, and various drums combined their music with sounds created using Hart's own brain waves. The brain wave sounds were created by using computers to change electrical impulses from an EEG cap into audible frequencies.
Mickey Hart (born Michael Steven Hartman, September 11, 1943) is an American percussionist and musicologist. He is best known as one of the two drummers of the rock band Grateful Dead. He was a member of the Grateful Dead from September 1967 to February 1971 and from October 1974 to August 1995. He and fellow Dead drummer Bill Kreutzmann earned the nickname "the rhythm devils". Early life and education. Michael Steven Hartman was born in Brooklyn and grew up on Long Island attending Lawrence High School before dropping out as a senior and leaving for Europe . Mersey 10. was a commercial radio service for the Knowsley area just outside Liverpool, England.
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This is a reasonable but far too brief overview of Mickey Hart's six world music releases for the Rykodisc label. Since these albums, dating from 1976's Diga to 1998's Supralingua, were conceived as individual projects and programmed to flow that way, the mix-and-match approach doesn't work as well as it would for pop artists, or even the Grateful Dead for that matter. Still, since the music revolves around the percussive-heavy sound that Hart established, it's moderately effective even in this truncated format.
Skip those, however, and you'll hear Mickey Hart's rhythmic fantasies. The album goes all the way back to his 1976 album with the Diga Rhythm Band for "Sweet Sixteen," an ecstatic whirl of tuned percussion and hand drums that still sounds vibrant today. The album concludes with the previously unreleased "Call to All Nations" from the opening ceremonies of the 100th Olympiad in Atlanta in 1996.
The Best of Mickey Hart: Over the Edge and Back. Mickey Hart's personal odyssey into the spirit of percussion. As producer of The World, he showcases some of the most dynamic, yet sublime music of our planet. On AT THE EDGE he combines these ancient techniques and instruments with the most modern of recording technology to explore the outer limits of drumming