Blaine L. Reininger - Night Air 2 download mp3 album
Entitled Night Air, the album represented a more electronic approach than before, was produced by Gareth Jones and saw him continue his recording relationship with Crepuscule. Further solo works have included the EP Paris En Automne (recorded with Alain Goutier), the Live In Brussels album in 1986, Byzantium (recorded with Gilles Martin) and his last for the label Songs From The Rain Palace, released in 1990. In 2017 Blaine L. Reininger will collaborate with the italian ive band Twenty Four Hours for its sixth album, currently in the composition phase. Blaine has already played and sung in a song that will appear in the next job, but there are likely to be more surprises. Les Disques du Crepuscule reissued a 2xCD version of Night Air towards the end of 2017.
Night Air 2 - Студийный альбом от Blaine L. Reininger. В альбом вошло 15 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 01:02:24. Blaine L. Reininger - One-Way Man. Reininger - Mystery And Confusion. Blaine L Reininger - Playin' Your Game. Reininger - Third Stasimon. 2.
More By Blaine L. See All. Night Air (Re-mastered,Bonus Tracks).
Night Air II. LTM LTMCD 2414.
The follow-up to the Night Air album in 1984. Tracks 2 to 4, 12 & 14 taken from 'The More I Learn The Less I Know' (2000) Tracks 1, 7, 11 & 13 taken From 'Radio Moscow' (1995) Tracks 5 & 6 taken from 'Manic Man' (1997) Tracks 8 to 10 & 15 take from 'Songs From The Rain Palace' (1990). Night Air 2 (CDr, Comp, Promo).
Blaine L. Reininger is an American composer and performer born in 1953 in Pueblo, Colorado. Having studied violin from age 9, guitar from age 11, and music theory and composition through high school and into college, he left Colorado in 1976 for San Francisco. There, in 1977, as a consequence of his studies in electronic music at San Francisco City College, he started the legendary American cult band Tuxedomoon together with classmate Steven Brown.
Blaine L Reininger - Night Air. 7 years ago 7 years ago. Alternative. The title track from my 1984 solo album "Night Air". This track has had the most staying power of all of them. post-punk avantgarde poppunk 80 s belgium brussels.
Tracklist: 1. Night Air, 2. Birthday Song, 3. Beak People, 4. Mystery And Confusion, 5. Intermission, 6. Ash And Bone, 7. L’Entree De L’Hierophant, 8. A Café Au Lait For Mr. Mxyzptlk, 9. Miraculous Absence, 10. El Mensajero Divino. More albums from Blaine L. Reininger: Live In Brussels 02/1986 by Blaine L. Instrumentals 1982-86 by Blaine L. Colorado Suite by Blaine L. Songs From The Rain Palace by Blaine L. Book Of Hours by Blaine L. Paris En Automne by Blaine L. Broken Fingers by Blaine L. Byzantium by Blaine L. View all albums . Night Air.
|Europe After The Rains (Pts 1-3)|
|8||Winter In Wien||2:44|
|9||La Tombee De La Nuit||4:16|
|13||Ghost Of The Arbat||2:01|
|14||Arc En Ciel||4:18|
|15||Voice Of The Hive||5:08|
- Manufactured By – Deluxe
- Recorded At – Astra Studio
- Mixed At – Astra Studio
- Published By – FM Music Publishing
- Recorded At – Action Studio, Athens
- Published By – sabam
- Published By – BMG Universal Music Publishing
- Published By – Blue Jay Music
- Designed At – The Boxroom
- Compiled By [Track Selection By] – James Nice
- Engineer [Engineered By] – Aris Christou (tracks: 1, 7, 11, 13)
- Engineer [Engineered By], Mixed By – Giorgos Arhontakis* (tracks: 5, 6)
- Executive-Producer – Nicholas Triandafyllidis (tracks: 2 to 6, 12, 14)
- Layout [CD Layout By] – Julien Potter
- Mastered By [CD Mastered By] – Pierre Vale
- Performer [Personnel], Cello – Nicios Veliotis* (tracks: 2 to 4, 12, 14)
- Performer [Personnel], Drums [Acoustic Drums] – Jo Moens (tracks: 8 to 10, 15)
- Performer [Personnel], Guitar [Guitars] – Stephan Kramer* (tracks: 8 to 10, 15)
- Performer [Personnel], Guitar [Principalian Guitars], Tape [Short Wave Tapes], Performer [Wandering Boot Heels] – Peter Principle (tracks: 8 to 10, 15)
- Performer [Personnel], Synth [Additional Synth Tweaking], Sampler, Loops [Loop Processing] – Coti K* (tracks: 2 to 4, 12, 14)
- Performer [Personnel], Tenor Saxophone [Tenor Saxophones], Alto Saxophone [Alto Saxophones] – Eric Sleichim (tracks: 8 to 10, 15)
- Performer [Personnel], Vocals, Backing Vocals [Back-up Vocals], Violin [Violins], Guitar [Guitars], Mandolin [Mandolins], Keyboards – Blaine L. Reininger (tracks: 8 to 10, 15)
- Performer [Personnel], Vocals, Violin [Violins], Viola [Violas], Guitar [Guitars], Keyboards [Keyboard Performance And Programming] – Blaine L. Reininger (tracks: 2 to 6, 12, 14)
- Performer [Personnel], Vocals, Violin, Viola, Guitar [Guitars], Keyboards, Performer [Analog And Digital Performance And Programming] – Blaine L. Reininger (tracks: 1, 7, 11, 13)
- Photography By [Booklet Images Courtesy Of] – Peter Staessens
- Photography By [Cover Photograph By] – Daphne Rocou*
- Producer – Blaine L. Reininger, Gilles Martin (tracks: 1, 7, 11, 13)
- Producer, Recorded By, Mixed By – Coti K* (tracks: 2 to 4, 12, 14)
- Written-By, Arranged By – Blaine L. Reininger
NotesIssued in a jewelcase with an 8-sided booklet.
Tracks 2, 3, 4, 12 and 14 produced by [...] and [...]. Recorded and mixed by [...].
Executive producer: [...] / Astra. Recorded and mixed at Astra Studios, Athens, Greece
August 1998 to February 1999. Written and arranged by [...]. Published by FM Music
Publishing. Originally released on the album The More I Learn The Less I Know (FM), 2000.
Tracks 1, 7, 11 and 13 produced by [...] and [...]. Engineered by [...].
Recorded at Action Studios, Athens, Greece December 1994 to June 1995. Executive producer: [...].
Written and arranged by [...]. Published by Sabam. Originally released on
the album Radio Moscow (1995 soundtrack to a film by Nicholas Triandafyllidis).
Tracks 5 and 6 produced by [...]. Engineered by [...]. Executive
producer: [...] / Astra. Recorded and mixed at Astra Studios, Athens, Greece December
1996 and July 1997. Written and arranged by [...]. Published by BMG Universal Music
Publishing (Blue Jay Music). Originally released on the album Manic Man (1997 soundtrack to the film The
Overcoat by Nicholas Triandafyllidis).
Tracks 8 to 10 and 15 produced by [...] and [...] at Studio Square, Brussles,
Belgium, December 1989 to March 1990. Written and arranged by [...]. Published by
Sabam. Originally released on the album Songs From The Rain Palace (Crepuscule TWI 909) in 1990.
Track selection by [...]. Cover photograph by [...]. Booklet images courtesy of
[...]. CD layout by [...] at The Boxroom. CD mastered by [...].
Thanks to Blaine and all at Les Disques du Crepuscule.
(from the booklet)
"The sequel to the classic Night Air solo album by Tuxedomoon mainman [...],
featuring vocal and instrumental tracks recorded between 1989 and 1999. Guests include
[...], [...] and [...]. Booklet includes full recording information.
An LTM Compact Disc 2004. Made in England.
(from the back sleeve)
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 024545 288124
- Barcode (Scanned): 5024545288124
- Matrix / Runout: deluxe LTMCD2414 01
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L136
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 04AA
|LTMCD 2414||Blaine L. Reininger||Night Air 2 (CDr, Comp, Promo)||LTM||LTMCD 2414||UK||2004|