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  1. Moss Side Story, an Album by Barry Adamson. Released 6 March on Mute (catalog no. CD STUMM 53; CD). Genres: Experimental, Dark Jazz. Featured peformers: Barry Adamson (producer, instrumentation, treatments, aka_text samples role_id aka_text, sequencing, strings, art direction), Billy McGee (strings, aka_text orchestration role_id aka_text), Paul Kendall (assistant producer.
  2. Two classic Barry Adamson albums repressed and available on vinyl for the first time in many years. Brought up in Manchester’s Moss Side, Barry Adamson began his career in , learning to play the bass literally overnight for Magazine, Manchester’s most influential band of that era.
  3. Listen to albums and songs from Barry Adamson. Join Napster and access full-length songs on your phone, computer or home audio device. After gaining a reputation as a flexible, powerful bassist from his stints with bands such as Magazine and the Bad Seeds, Barry Adamson's solo career pays homage to classic film soundtrack music.
  4. Moss Side Story is the debut album of British musician Barry Adamson released in The album is a concept album, a soundtrack album to a non-existent crime film.. The music is almost completely instrumental except for occasional screams, vocal samples and a sipickreernerblistiqatneramsobanserv.coinfo achieve the soundtrack effect, the song titles are descriptive of a film noir plot outline.
  5. Act One – The Ring's the Thing On the Wrong Side of Relaxation, Under Wraps, Central Control, Round Up the Usual Suspects Sounds from the Big House, Suck on the Honey of Love, Everything Happens to Me, The Swinging Detective.
  6. Barry Adamson's work as a bassist for Magazine and Nick Cave's Bad Seeds gave little indication of the complex, cinematic works he has composed and arranged as a solo artist. After leaving the Bad Seeds in , Adamson decided to follow the path of film composers like John Barry, Ennio Morricone, and Bernard Herrmann, whose work had intrigued him since childhood.
  7. The first track, "On the Wrong Side of Relaxation" is an unsettling piece and starts things off interestingly. From there it seems to be a mix of 60's jazz, 70's esoterica and Berlin school electronics/tape with a late 90's production sheen to it.
  8. May 21,  · Barry Adamson performs live in the KEXP studio. Recorded February 27, Songs: The Sun and the Sea If You Love Her The Power of Suggestion Host: DJ El Toro Audio Engineer: Kevin Suggs Cameras.
  9. Although this album isn't as good as some of Adamson's later works like Oedipus Schmoedipus, I greatly admire it for the risks it takes. Moss Side Story is a concept album: the first 12 songs are a soundtrack for a nonexistent murder mystery (the last 3 tracks don't fit into this concept: Alfred Hitchcock Presents, for example, is Adamson's own interpretation of that show's theme song, "Dance /5(9).

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