White Noise 2 - Concerto For Synthesizer (UK)

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Band/Record: White Noise 2 - Concerto For Synthesizer

Label/Matrix: UK 1975 Virgin V 2032 whit A-1U // B-1U

Condition Record/Sleeve: Mint-/EX+

Extra Info: Fantastic Album ... Electronic progressive monster !! Original U.K 1st press on Virgin ... dream condition  ...final upgrade !!

White Noise is an experimental electronic music band formed in London, England in 1969 by American-born David Vorhaus, a classical bass player with a background in both physics and electronic engineering. He was initially joined by BBC Radiophonic Workshop composers Delia Derbyshire and Brian Hodgson, both ex of electronic music project Unit Delta Plus.

White Noise II
Following the departure of Derbyshire and Hodgson, to pursue other projects, Vorhaus released a second album, the largely instrumental White Noise II - Concerto for Synthesizer on Virgin Records in 1974. Typically dark in atmosphere, it was recorded in his own studio in Camden, North London. The album further utilized the EMS VCS3, as well as prototype sequencers. Drummer Ermanno Ghisio Erba a.k.a Dino Ferari also contributed to the recordings.

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