More albums from The Necks: Body by The Necks. Live In Stockholm by The Necks. Silent Night by The Necks. Vertigo by The Necks. Mindset by The Necks. Townsville by The Necks. View all albums . Aquatic.
The Necks are an Australian experimental jazz trio formed in 1987 by founding mainstays Chris Abrahams on piano and Hammond organ, Tony Buck on drums, percussion and electric guitar, and Lloyd Swanton on bass guitar and double bass. They play improvisational pieces of up to an hour in length that explore the development and demise of repeating musical figures. Their double LP studio album Unfold was named by Rolling Stone as "one of the top 20 avant albums of 2017.
The Necks – Aquatic. Label: Carpet Bomb – CARP005. Format: CD, Album, Reissue. Producer – The Necks. Recorded By – Phil Punch. Recorded By – Adam Chapman.
The Necks make free-flowing music using a very rigid canvas. For Aquatic, they made the rules a bit more supple. First, unlike all their other albums, it doesn't contain a single hour-long piece, but two tracks of a little under 30 minutes each. Second, the trio of Chris Abrahams, Lloyd Swanton, and Tony Buck is joined for the second piece by Stevie Wishart on hurdy-gurdy. This old but still highly unusual instrument shatters the standard mood and pace of a Necks tune. The collaboration works very nicely and is refreshing, even surprising, to an old fan's ears . Not a bad CD by itself, Aquatic doesn't showcase the trio at its peak form. The album appeared in Australia in 1994 on the group's own Fish of Milk label. Carpet Bomb released it in the .
Aquatic is the third album by Australian improvised music trio The Necks released on the Fish of Milk label in 1994 and reissued on the Carpet Bomb label in the US in 1999. The album features two tracks, both titled "Aquatic", performed by Chris Abrahams, Lloyd Swanton and Tony Buck with the addition of Steve Wishart playing hurdy-gurdy on the second Track listing. All compositions by The Necks. Chris Abrahams - piano, hammond organ.
Is Aquatic the best song by The Necks? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. Listen to Aquatic on YouTube. The album features two tracks, both titled "Aquatic", performed by Chris Abrahams, Lloyd Swanton and Tony Buck with the addition of Steve Wishart playing hurdy-gurdy on the second.