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FM - Direct to Disc album download
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FM - Direct to Disc album download

Performer:
FM
Album:
Direct to Disc
Genre:
Duration:
30:50
Recording location:
Phase One Recording Studios
MP3 archive size:
1674 mb
FLAC archive size:
1686 mb
Other formats:
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Rating:
4.3
Votes:
153

Direct to Disc is the second album by FM, a progressive rock group from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, recorded late 1977 and released May 1978. It was also issued under the title Head Room. It was the first FM album to feature Ben Mink, who replaced founding member Nash the Slash on electric violin and electric mandolin, instruments which Nash also played. It has been re-released for the first time in CD format on Esoteric Records in February 2013.

Direct-to-disc recording and mastering done at Phase One Recording Studios Lt. The Lacquer Channel Lt. Toronto Canada. Side A is listed as "Headroom" on the inside of the sleeve, but "Head Room" on the record label.

Direct to Disc is the second album by FM, a progressive rock group from Toronto, Canada, recorded late 1977 and released May 1978. Direct-to-disc printing, the means by which an inkjet printable DVD has a label printed directly onto its surface with a specially-designed inkjet printer. Hard drive technology. Direct-to-disk recording (DDR), a recording method by which audio and/or video signals are recorded directly to digital storage media (.

With 'Direct To Disc', FM presented what would be their most experimental and ambitious recording. It's too bad they didn't exploit their more adventurous tendencies on successive albums, because this 2-song full-length is an impressive, sometimes astounding listen. First track "Headroom" soars and volleys from symphonic part to symphonic part, with electric violin and keyboards sharing space in the foreground. Direct-to-Disc aka Headroom finds them more in the eclectic prog territory, and also by far their least commercial, most experimental album. Direct-to-Disc seemed to be a brief fad in the late '70s where artists would record a bunch of material, and then have their choice material pressed directly to disc, with no master tapes, so if you're wishing Headroom was reissued on CD, sadly that is unlikely to happen. That's what FM does here, these are one-takes with no overdubs.

Direct to Disc is the second album by FM, a progressive rock group from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, recorded late 1977 and released May 1978. During the recording session, six takes were recorded for each side.

This album has an average beat per minute of BPM (slowest/fastest tempos:, BPM). Tracklist Direct to Disc. 1. Headroom I Tyra Ii Reflections Iii Reflections Two Iv Real Time V Scarberia.

Artist: FM Title Of Album: Direct to Disc Year Of Release: 1978, 2013 Label: Esoteric Recordings, ECLECM2377 Genre: Progressive Rock, Prog Related Quality: FLAC (tracks+.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Headroom: Tyra/Reflections One/Reflections Two/Real Time/Scarberia Cameron Hawkins FM 15:04
2 Border Crossing: The First Movement/The Second Movement/The Third Movement/The Fourth Movement Martin Deller FM 15:46