David Axelrod – Songs Of Experience
- NA 5166 / B0028036-01
- First Date:
- Picture Gatefold
- US - Reissue
2018 Audiophile Reissue - Gatefold Sleeve + 26 Page Booklet.
Audiophile reissue, lacquered directly from Axelrod’s original EQ’ed master tapes at Capitol Records by Ron McMaster, housed in a deluxe gatefold jacket “Songs of Experience was supposed to have a different feel than Song of Innocence. You see, music is a great outlet. And regardless of what the titles say, and as close as I wanted it to be to William Blake, what was going on in my life took precedence.” – David Axelrod Songs of Experience is visionary composer/arranger/producer David Axelrod’s second album; it was recorded after the death of his beloved son Scott. Experience is an ominous affair, an album concerned with mortality and spirituality – the solitary, pastoral musings of William Blake set to the urban bombast of a full Los Angeles orchestra, with Wrecking Crew vets grounding the proceedings with dark funk. This is the next Now-Again issue in a series of reissues centered around Axelrod’s Capitol Trilogy – Song of life and music, replete with never before published photos and an interview with Axelrod by Eothen Alapatt and Wax Poetics’ Brian Digenti. “There are very few people who see the Grand Picture of the Universe and understand the Nothingness that it all comes from. There are even fewer who can express these ideas through music - David could do it all.” – T-Ray
|A1.||A Poison Tree||David Axelrod||03:10|
|A2.||A Little Girl Lost||David Axelrod||03:24|
|A4.||The Sick Rose||David Axelrod||04:47|
|B1.||The School Boy||David Axelrod||02:30|
|B2.||The Human Abstract||David Axelrod||05:32|
|B3.||The Fly||David Axelrod||04:50|
|B4.||A Divine Image||David Axelrod||04:39|
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