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Ohead - Visitor flac album
Title:
Visitor
Performer:
Ohead
Style:
Dub, Space Rock, Downtempo, Ambient
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FLAC album size:
1380 mb
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Rating:
4.6 ✪

Label: HeadLab Records ‎– HLB CD 08. Format: CDr, Album. Visitor is the latest in a series of O-Head releases, this time he receives more outside help than ever before, even real drums on occasions, and it shows. It sounds like O-Head might end up a real band, like Porcupine Tree.

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OHEAD is a Psychedelic/Space Rock, Progressive Rock artist from United Kingdom. Ohead biography OHEAD respectively O-HEAD is an electronica/space rock outfit headed by Somerset/UK based musician and producer Dave Hendry.

Visitor is a music studio album recording by OHEAD (Psychedelic/Space Rock/Progressive Rock) released in 2012 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette.

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Miles Ahead is an album by Miles Davis that was released in October 1957 by Columbia Records. It was Davis' first collaboration with arranger Gil Evans following the Birth of the Cool sessions. Along with their subsequent collaborations Porgy and Bess (1959) and Sketches of Spain (1960), Miles Ahead is one of the most famous recordings of Third Stream, a fusion of jazz, European classical, and world musics. Davis played flugelhorn throughout.

Tracklist

Kull 1:24
Alluvial Morte 5:25
Solar Glide 6:42
Diadanze 3:32
Utep 9:12
Space Soup 9:19
Jagged 6:36
Visitor 9:01
Alluvial Morte Dub 5:10
Manu 7:03

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
HLB CD 08 Ohead* Visitor ‎(CDr, Album) HeadLab Records HLB CD 08 UK 2012
none Ohead* Visitor ‎(10xFile, MP3, 320) Not On Label none 2012


Reviews:
  • Hucama
A space rock masterpiece waiting to be discovered! O-Head is a Dave Hendry project, he has several projects of varying styles. Visitor is the latest in a series of O-Head releases, this time he receives more outside help than ever before, even real drums on occasions, and it shows. It sounds like O-Head might end up a real band, like Porcupine Tree. Anyways, this stuff is truly up your alley if you enjoy groups like Ozric Tentacles, Tidal Flood, Quantum Fantay, Hidria Spacefolk, and the likes. "Kull" might fool you into thinking this is going to be symphonic progressive rock, sounding a bit like the '70s French band Pulsar circa The Strands of the Future, with sampled Mellotron choirs (Hendry never used a real Mellotron, apparently a Roland JV 1080 with expansion pack), but with the next cut, "Alluvial Morte" it's in more familiar space rock territory. This piece reminds me of early Porcupine Tree because there are vocals from Al O'Kane who remind me of Steven Wilson. Much of the rest is first rate space rock, with the occasional techno moves, particularly the title track. I also love the presence of the ney flute on a couple of the cuts, courtesy of German-born Maren Lueg, her ney playing reminds me a lot of John Egan's ney playing in the Ozrics. Generally she plays in more traditionally inclined Middle Eastern music ensembles, but I wondered if she's heard Ozric Tentacles, and felt if John can play ney in space rock, so can she. Don't know. "Jagged" is a strangely out of place piece, with metal guitar riffs, then suddenly the piece mellows into spacy psychedelic territory, but then ends with those metal riffs again. Does that mean that Dave Hendry might end up with a metal project? There's even one cut that starts off with that same bass synth that you've heard on the Ozrics' Spirals in Hyperspace and The Floor's Too Far Away (helps that Hendry uses Novation synthesizers like Ed Wynne).This stuff is begging to be discovered, truly some of the finest space rock I have heard in a long time. If you don't know O-Head, Visitor is a great place to start!