“Song Of Innocence” by David Axelrod - album review

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TJR says

The restless multi-genre producer turns artist on his all-instrumental debut album, “Songs Of Innocence”, named after, and inspired by, a collection of poems by English poet William Blake. Axelrod’s pioneering integration of funk breakbeats, orchestral arrangements, and psychedelic melodies foreshadowed 1990s dance music and it’s easy to hear why crate diggers such as Royce Da 5’9”, DJ Shadow and UNKLE have all been into this one…

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A1 [04:01] 7.2.png David Axelrod - Urizen (David Axelrod) Cerebral Pop
A2 [05:32] 5.3.png David Axelrod - Holy Thursday (David Axelrod) Film Score / Incidental
A3 [03:26] 6.4.png David Axelrod - The Smile (David Axelrod) Cerebral Pop
A4 [02:30] 5.9.png David Axelrod - A Dream (David Axelrod) Film Score / Incidental
B1 [04:33] 5.5.png David Axelrod - Song Of Innocence (David Axelrod) Cerebral Pop
B2 [02:44] 5.6.png David Axelrod - Merlin’s Prophecy (David Axelrod) Film Score / Incidental
B3 [04:02] 6.5.png David Axelrod - The Mental Traveler (David Axelrod) Film Score / Incidental

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