Monday, 31 July 2017
Chateau Breakers, from 1984 USA
In the tradition of late 70s early 80s creative and inventive US fusion, which I've featured endlessly in these pages (cf. Bellvista, Cathexis, James Vincent, Aurora Borealis, Clareon, Rhythmic Union, the stunningly rare Franklin Street Arterial-- too numerous indeed to list) with a nod to Tom Hayes of course and his discoveries... here comes more.
I mean, it's endless, as you will be able to tell from the unearthing of yet another fantastic discovery from my friend. Information is here. Obviously the band never produced another private pressed or any other record, as was so often the case...
Track A3 is called Breakers and produces the ocean effect quite convincingly, I'm reminded of the beautiful 19th century mansion in Newport Rhode Island of the same name:
Continuing with the hydrological theme, the evocative track B3 is called Waterfall: