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  1. Nimi says:
    Ron Geesin - Right Through (LP, Album) Recorded at Ron Geesin studio, Heathfield, E. Sussex. Most of Door-o-plane, Rhythiodoor and Rhythiano are original non-registered motion notions Barcode and Other Identifiers.
  2. Tarn says:
    Nov 18,  · Right Through, an Album by Ron Geesin. Released in /5(10).
  3. Grolkree says:
    Dec 01,  · Ron Geesin is a self-taught composer, performer, sound architect, writer, lecturer and designer, born December 17, in Stevenson, Ayrshire, Scotland. He has lived in the south of England since joining a jazz band at
  4. Mull says:
    Jan 11,  · From Ron Geesin's album 'As He Stands' This track was made with banjo, acoustic guitar and voice. This feature is not available right now. Please try again later. Ron Geesin - .
  5. Arashit says:
    Geesin worked with the band on their Atom Heart Mother LP, co-writing the side-long title track of that record. One of Britain's leading avant-garde composers and performers, Geesin began his musical career in , as a member of a jazz band, and is still going /5(2).
  6. Bara says:
    CD reissue of Ron Geesin "Right Through" LP with the addition of previously unissued trs. 1. Door-o-plane Gets Its Blades 2. Blades Spin Notions 3. Motion Above Rhythidoor 4. Four Guitars Did Laugh, Then Thought Again 5. Throb Thencewards Thrill 6. Hiding Haul Of Voices, Hail! 7. Shut Out Hailing Calls Through You 8. Gong Of Going Goes.
  7. Mezirr says:
    This album, ‘Right Through’, contains less of the weird humour and monologues found on those two albums, being mostly instrumental, but remains one of his most interesting and experimental albums.
  8. Nikogis says:
    To many rock fans of advancing years, the name Ron Geesin may be vaguely familiar for but one reason. Anyone who has ever closely scrutinized the credits of Pink Floyd's Atom Heart Mother might have at Read Full Biography. Overview ↓ Biography ↓ Discography ↓ Songs ↓.
  9. Samusida says:
    Ron Geesin white label pressing (7", 45rpm, mono EP) (p) Rec. by Keith Knox (on Revox E or G36) in a club in NW London. Morning of 11th April Ron Geesin (pno) composed and performed - improvised on the spot.

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