8 thoughts on “ Look Back (Alt) - Henry Cow - Western Culture (CD, Album)

  1. Western Culture, an Album by Henry Cow. Released in on RēR (catalog no. RēR HC4; CD). Genres: Rock in Opposition.
  2. The three additional tracks include one taken from the Dagmar Krause (vocalist) period (Viva pa Ubu), an alternate take of Look Back, and an outtake from the Western Culture sessions. The three additional tracks are excellent. Like all of their albums, the music on Western Culture is highly disciplined yet is almost anarchic at points/5(23).
  3. Tracks 12– Outtakes from Henry Cow's recordings at Sunrise Studios in Kirchberg, Switzerland in January ("Viva Pa Ubu") and July–August ("Slice", "Look Back, Alt Version"); previously released in 20on the Recommend and East Side Digital CD reissues of .
  4. The three additional tracks include one taken from the Dagmar Krause (vocalist) period (Viva pa Ubu), an alternate take of Look Back, and an outtake from the Western Culture sessions. The three additional tracks are excellent. Like all of their albums, the music on Western Culture is highly disciplined yet is almost anarchic at points.
  5. Look Back (Alt) Composed By – Lindsay Cooper: Slice Bass – Georgie Born Composed By – Lindsay Cooper: Henry Cow: Western Culture ‎ (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, Unofficial) ООО "Канкард" LIMECD Russia: Sell This Version: Recommendations Reviews Add Review/5(5).
  6. Label: ReR Megacorp - ReR HC4 • Format: CD Album, Reissue, Repress • Country: UK • Genre: Jazz, Rock • Style: Avantgarde Henry Cow - Western Culture (CD) | Discogs Explore5/5(1).
  7. Western Culture by Henry Cow, released 28 October 1. History & Prospects: Industry 2. History & Prospects: The Decay of Cities 3. History & Prospects: On the Raft 4. Day By Day: Falling Away 5. Day By Day: Gretel's Tale 6. Day By Day: Look Back 7. Day By Day: Half the Sky 8. Blank Track 9. Viva Pa Ubu Look Back (Alternative Version)
  8. "Western Culture" is the final HENRY COW release, and it represents the next logical step from "In Praise of Learning". "Western Culture" seems the obvious choice as their best album being essentially jazz-tinged modernist classical music for an extended rock band instrumentation but it contains outstanding music: some fantastic, frenetic.

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