Tagged: The crusible
July 9, 2020 at 09:10 #37402nicootParticipant
Found it! Night of Pan = N.O.X.
But the tracklist says Night of PAIN…?
"a mystical state that represents the stage of ego-death in the process of spiritual attainment"
OK.July 9, 2020 at 14:19 #37403JeremyParticipant
So a happy song…July 9, 2020 at 16:12 #37404July 9, 2020 at 17:43 #37405
Maybe essential for the N.O.X. Song(s):
"The Greek wordÂ PanÂ also translates asÂ All, and so he is a symbol of the Universal, a personification of Nature" (Wikipedia)July 10, 2020 at 15:49 #37406
@nicoot – Well-discovered! Very interesting reading. Can't wait to see how this all pans out (pun intended).July 10, 2020 at 18:51 #37407Johnny_HeartfieldParticipant
In response to Lizard's Pun (and all the other information):
"Creepy Crowley Creepy Crowley
Creepy Creepy Crowley Crowley
Bob Le Bad the Mystic" (Omm…)
Enough punning – eager to hear the music! Night of Pan – my God!
("Punning Punning, we're punning again…")July 17, 2020 at 14:07 #37408July 17, 2020 at 14:23 #37409
wow. that really goes deep. its like what is needed nowadays.July 20, 2020 at 17:12 #37410
Five Rise Records in the UK has a slightly different blurb for the album that incudes the detail that the album has been mixed by Andrew Scheps at his Punkerpad Studio.July 20, 2020 at 17:19 #37411
oh wow. great that he mixed again. really love the sound on crucible. fits very well.July 24, 2020 at 10:16 #37412
I can't find the link now, but one site stated that the album is produced by Bent, mixed by Scheps, and mastered by Deathprod.July 24, 2020 at 22:07 #37413
CD track listing as given at amazon.co.uk
The All Is One
The Same Old Rock (One Must Imagine Sisyphus Happy)
Delution (The Reign of Humbug)
N.O.X. I – Circles Around the Sun, Pt 1
N.O.X. II – Ouroboros (Strange Loop)
N.O.X. III – Ascension
N.O.X. IV – Night of Pan
N.O.X. V – Circles Around the Sun, Pt 2
A Little Light
Dreams of Fancy
No equivalent given for vinyl yet.July 25, 2020 at 06:05 #37414shaktiParticipant
As already mentioned, track 2 shares a title with a Roy Harper song from his masterpiece Â«StormcockÂ». I had tried briefly to get into this album before via streaming but it never really grabbed me. A few weeks ago I stumbled upon a CD copy in a thrift shop. Among piles and piles of crap (how many people received Helmut Lotti CDs for Christmas in the late 90s/early 2000s?), oddly enough this quite esoteric title showed up.
It has been on constant rotation in the car since then. Once again it didnâ€™t grab me at first, but after almost 10 rounds it finally began to sink in and I almost got the shivers. My God, what a fantastic record! Highly, highly recommended.July 25, 2020 at 09:08 #37415Un.Chien.d.EspaceParticipantQuote:…, but after almost 10 rounds it finally began to sink in and I almost got the shivers.Quote:One must imagine Sisyphus happy.
:lol:July 25, 2020 at 12:09 #37416Johnny_HeartfieldParticipant
We're all too wasted from the onslaught of consumer-friendly, mainstreamed or even agressive product merchandising – be it acoustic or otherwise. And thus forget to listen or concentrate – sometimes even mor than once – before we judge. But then: "You can lead a horse to water, but you can never make him drink" – you can lead a man to Harper, but you can never make him… (think? enjoy? like? dig? digest – whatever.)
Roy is not god – he is antigod! (divine, but gods-defying).
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