Thursday, January 8, 2009

Lem - Machines, LP,1977,USA

Very strange synth LP from 1977. Early minimal synth or what?! Some spacey disco influences here and there, but a great space synth LP, reminding much Warning mixed with Klaus Schulze or Tangerine Dream. Great !

get it here

***NOTE: THERE'S A MIRRORED MEDIAFIRE LINK IN THE COMMENT FIELD***

13 comments:

Anonymous said...

Wow, cool. This is Doug Lynner from Invisible Zoo fame. Good stuff here.

Anonymous said...

wonderful post, Jim.
thank you.
Gianni

Roger Mexico said...

Nice! Did this really come out in 1977? If a band put something like this out now the press would be all over them...

Electric Voodoo said...

FANTASTIC!!!! Thanks for another great round Jim.
Truly Fucked

Anonymous said...

Man, this record stinks.

Anonymous said...

DLing this with anticipation.

Anyone have the second Warning album? I'd love to hear that.

Anonymous said...

Smells good to me, thanks

Anonymous said...

Yep - this record came out in 1977. Despite it being way ahead of its time, and rare as hell, I couldn't give the damn thing away. Took me like 5 tries on ebay to sell it - for $7. In fact, the photo Jim uses here looks like my old copy! LOL. I think it's a good record for what it is. The press just missed it. And continues to do so. Oh, and Wah Wah Watson plays guitar on this.

Anonymous said...

More about the LP here:

http://matrixsynth.blogspot.com/2006/10/album-art.html

Anonymous said...

This record was recorded in California with Alex Cima and a guy that worked for Oberheim along with other artists mentioned above. Totally awesome cali synth music and VERY hard to find. The back cover shows the studio and more 3d rendering stuff from the 70s. Great post!!!

Roger Camden said...

This record is amazing

TW Cable said...

Jams "I Wonder" and "Scat Cat Kitty" (2 and 5) are slamming.

al66 said...

Mediafire link for this album:

http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?dnj7425625d0z7e