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Daryl Hall - Sacred Songs Album

Daryl Hall - Sacred Songs Album
Performer: Daryl Hall
Title: Sacred Songs
Country: Japan
Genre: Rock Music
Style:Ethereal, Avantgarde, Experimental
Released: 1980
Catalog number: RVP-6457
Label: RCA
MP3 album szie: 1990 mb
FLAC album size: 1764 mb

Tracklist

1Survive6:40
2Babs And Babs7:20
3Sacred Songs3:12
4Nycny
Written-By – Daryl Hall, Robert Fripp
4:24
5Something In 4/4 Time
Backing Vocals – David Kent Saxophone, Backing Vocals – Charlie De Chant
4:20
6Don't Leave Me Alone With Her6:24
7Why Was It So Easy5:18
8Urban Landscape
Written-By – Robert Fripp
2:24
9Without Tears2:50
10The Farther Away I Am2:52

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AFL1-3573Daryl Hall Sacred Songs ‎(LP, Album, Ind)RCA VictorAFL1-3573US1980
AFL1-3573Daryl Hall Sacred Songs ‎(LP, Album)RCA VictorAFL1-3573Canada1980
PK 13573Daryl Hall Sacred Songs ‎(Cass, Album)RCAPK 13573UK1980
74465-99604-2, 7446599604-2Daryl Hall Sacred Songs ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Buddha Records, Buddha Records74465-99604-2, 7446599604-2USUnknown
NK 83573Daryl Hall Sacred Songs ‎(Cass, Album)RCA InternationalNK 83573Europe1984

Credits

  • BassKenny Passarelli
  • DrumsRoger Pope
  • GuitarCaleb Quaye
  • Guitar, Performer [Frippertronics]Robert Fripp
  • ProducerRobert Fripp
  • Vocals, Keyboards, Synthesizer, Performer [Mandar]Daryl Hall

Notes

Issued with green/orange/white obi & 4-page gatefold insert featuring Japanese liner notes & lyrics with English lyrics & credits.

Originally produced by Robert Fripp in August 1977, Sacred Songs was intended to be part of a trilogy of albums showing the diverse styles of music that the "Frippertronics" guitar technology could be deployed with. The other two albums - Peter Gabriel's second self-titled solo album (aka "2" or "Scratch") and Fripp's Exposure album - were released in 1978 & 1979 respectively. RCA executives were purportedly worried that the non-commercial portions of Sacred Songs would have a negative impact on their Hall & Oates cash cow and refused to release the album at the time, thus the image of a grinning Hall emerging from the RCA vaults "cradling" the master tapes as seen on the front of the Japanese insert.

Barcodes

  • Rights Society: JASRAC
  • Price Code: ¥2,500
  • Matrix / Runout (A Label): RVP-6457-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B Label): RVP-6457-B

Companies

  • Manufactured By – RVC Corporation
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – RCA Records

Short intro

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Originally produced by Robert Fripp in August 1977, Sacred Songs was intended to be part of a trilogy of albums showing the diverse styles of music that the "Frippertronics" guitar technology could be deployed with. The other two albums - Peter Gabriel's second self-titled solo album (aka "2" or "Scratch") and Fripp's Exposure album - were released in 1978 & 1979 respectively. RCA executives were purportedly worried that the non-commercial portions of Sacred Songs would have a negative impact on their Hall & Oates cash cow and refused to release the album at the time, thus the image of a grinning Hall emerging from the RCA vaults "cradling" the master tapes as seen on the front of the Japanese insert.

For those that love a great mashup of prog, ambient, avante-garde and pure pop, things don't get much better than this album. Some of the highlights - Babs And Babs and Something In 4/4 Time for example - use Frippertronics interludes in combination with dramatic reintroductions of their main themes to startling and smashing effect.

At the time of it's eventual release 3 years later, the album didn't exactly die a commercial death (as predicted by RCA executives) but reached #58 on the Billboard charts despite the lack of a radio single. Fripp & Hall purportedly considered forming a full-time band with bassist Tony Levin and drummer Jerry Marotta (from Peter Gabriel's backup band) but those plans never materialized; Fripp continued to work with Levin, added drummer Bill Bruford and vocalist/guitarist Adrian Belew, and began working on new songs using the band name of Discipline. This then morphed into King Crimson and the Discipline album.

Over the years Sacred Songs' reputation has continued to grow with curious Hall & Oates fans and Robert Fripp/King Crimson fanatics coming to it from different perspectives but finding something that they each can take away from it.

Personally one of my favorite albums. Highly recommended.