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Performer: Spontaneous Sound
Title: Spontaneous Sound
Style: Free Improvisation
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 976

Spontaneous Combustion is an album by progressive metal group Liquid Trio Experiment, and is the result of the studio improvisations of Liquid Tension Experiment which occurred while John Petrucci was with his wife while she was giving birth. The trio of Mike Portnoy, Tony Levin and Jordan Rudess continued to write music during this period. It was released on October 23, 2007.

Moments: Mighty Sound. Renews automatically.

Pieces (Spontaneous). Featuring Amanda Cook. Album Moments: Mighty Sound (Live). 1. 3. Pieces (Spontaneous) Lyrics.

Play Spontaneous album songs MP3 by Art Tatum and download Spontaneous songs on Gaana. Released by Past Classics Jazz Nov 2008 12 Tracks.

Millbrook Sound Studios, Millbrook, NY. Submit Corrections. Clinical Hypnotic Nocturnal Cerebral Detached Tense/Anxious Complex Confident Freewheeling Fun Reflective Rousing Trippy Volatile Exuberant Restrained Sophisticated Ethereal Quirky. Imagination At the Office Late Night. Liquid Trio Experiment.

Spontaneous Combustion is a music studio album recording by SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION (Psychedelic/Space Rock/Progressive Rock) released in 1972 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. Only occasionally is this noticeable, though, which means that overall, this is a hugely enjoyable album that's distinctly different from the rest of the garage jam-bands you hear from the 1960s - or even later - right up to the present day. So, ignoring the dated production and poor execution techniques, how does the music stack up?


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"Spontaneous Sound
6245 Santa Monica Blvd.
Los Angeles, Calif. 90028" - back cover

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A etched): SS-1 LP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B etched): SS-2 LP
Reviews (1)
There isn’t much information around on Spontaneous Sound, an alias of musician Christopher Tree. Regardless of one’s opinion on late-20th-century appropriation of a dog’s breakfast of ‘eastern mysticism’, Christopher Tree admirably spent much of his time practicing early forms of music therapy, playing concerts for prisoners and the less than privileged, and hosting youth workshops. Of the hundreds of concerts he played, only a handful of recordings have appeared. Perhaps best known is the live recording of his performance At The Cathedral Of St. John The Divine, co-released in 2002 by Quakebasket (recently resurrected) and Locust Music (since AWOL). There is also a recent CD of studio recordings on Cardas Audio.As for releases contemporaneous with his most active era, I can find only two. An 8″ flexidisc that seems to be in promotion of an album that was never released, and this - the self-titled and self-released Spontaneous Sound. Comprised mostly of percussive elements with the odd woodwind, the music is commendable for its dynamic range and diverse song structure – think Michael Ranta rather than Gamelan Son Of Lion. The quality of the recording itself, and duration of its works, leads me to believe this is a studio recording as opposed to a live take as on At The Cathedral… Good music and worthwhile seeking out.

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