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Gregorio Paniagua

Batiscafo


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Gregorio Paniagua

Batiscafo


Dragon
Dragon
Plancton
Plancton
Kyrie Nicolai
Kyrie Nicolai
Ciao
Ciao
Spaguetti Alla Milanese
Spaguetti Alla Milanese
Vt De Sac
Vt De Sac
Preludio Balsamico Y Chacona
Preludio Balsamico Y Chacona
Batiscafo
Batiscafo
Agua de Colofonia
Agua de Colofonia
Así Es
Así Es
SKU: MR DG 405  |  , , ,

Batiscafo by Gregorio Paniagua is one of these elusive treasures. First released in 1980 on Hispavox, the album disappeared after a short run and no further editions in any format have been available until now. Paniagua is a classically trained musician and scholar of music with an extensive and fruitful history of researching, recording and rediscovering ancient music and has toured across the world to great critical acclaim. In 1980 he shut himself off from the world every night for a whole month to record Batiscafo: a record that seeks to emulate Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells and which vanished all too soon, becoming the Holy Grail of Spanish experimental music. Batiscafo anticipated a wave of avant-garde Spanish music in the 80s with key figures such as Suso Sáiz, Pep Llopis, Ishinoana or Finis Africae who are now being rediscovered and admired outside Spain. It is a highly original and imaginative record that continues to surprise listeners forty years on, with its bold combination of early electronic music, classicism, experimentation and psychedelia. Reissued here for the first time, includes facsimile artwork and extensive liner notes. Remastered from the original tapes and pressed on 180g vinyl.

We are immersed in an age of re-releases and the pursuit of rarities, hidden gems and marvels. Record labels are constantly rediscovering musical jewels, which previously only collectors have had the chance to own. Batiscafo by Gregorio Paniagua is one of these elusive treasures. First released in 1980 on the label Hispavox, the album disappeared after a short run and no further editions in any format have been available until now, in spite of the huge level of interest shown by fans to get their hands on a vinyl record in mint condition of this outstanding musical oddity made in Spain. Paniagua is a classically trained musician and scholar of music with an extensive and fruitful history of researching, recording and rediscovering ancient music, varying from Las Cantigas de Santa María del Rey Alfonso X El Sabio (which earned him a gold record in Japan), to Andalusí music from Spain's past or compositions from Ancient Greece, as well as playing with the vocal and instrumental ensemble Atrium Musicae, which toured across the world to great critical acclaim. In 1980, Gregorio Paniagua embarked on a solo project, moving from the Classical to the Pop Department at Hispavox. He shut himself off from the world every night for a whole month to record Batiscafo. Assisted solely by a sound technician at the controls of the latest mixing desk, his instruments and brilliant inventiveness, he managed to create this gem: a record that seeks to emulate Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells and which vanished all too soon, becoming the Holy Grail of Spanish experimental music. Batiscafo anticipated a wave of avant-garde Spanish music in the 80s with key figures such as Suso Sáiz, Pep Llopis, Ishinoana or Finis Africae who are now being rediscovered and admired outside Spain. It is a highly original and imaginative record that continues to surprise listeners forty years on, with its bold combination of early electronic music, classicism, experimentation and psychedelia. It's a masterpiece that endures the test of time.


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25,00

Munster

Dragon
Dragon
Plancton
Plancton
Kyrie Nicolai
Kyrie Nicolai
Ciao
Ciao
Spaguetti Alla Milanese
Spaguetti Alla Milanese
Vt De Sac
Vt De Sac
Preludio Balsamico Y Chacona
Preludio Balsamico Y Chacona
Batiscafo
Batiscafo
Agua de Colofonia
Agua de Colofonia
Así Es
Así Es

Batiscafo by Gregorio Paniagua is one of these elusive treasures. First released in 1980 on Hispavox, the album disappeared after a short run and no further editions in any format have been available until now. Paniagua is a classically trained musician and scholar of music with an extensive and fruitful history of researching, recording and rediscovering ancient music and has toured across the world to great critical acclaim. In 1980 he shut himself off from the world every night for a whole month to record Batiscafo: a record that seeks to emulate Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells and which vanished all too soon, becoming the Holy Grail of Spanish experimental music. Batiscafo anticipated a wave of avant-garde Spanish music in the 80s with key figures such as Suso Sáiz, Pep Llopis, Ishinoana or Finis Africae who are now being rediscovered and admired outside Spain. It is a highly original and imaginative record that continues to surprise listeners forty years on, with its bold combination of early electronic music, classicism, experimentation and psychedelia. Reissued here for the first time, includes facsimile artwork and extensive liner notes. Remastered from the original tapes and pressed on 180g vinyl.

We are immersed in an age of re-releases and the pursuit of rarities, hidden gems and marvels. Record labels are constantly rediscovering musical jewels, which previously only collectors have had the chance to own. Batiscafo by Gregorio Paniagua is one of these elusive treasures. First released in 1980 on the label Hispavox, the album disappeared after a short run and no further editions in any format have been available until now, in spite of the huge level of interest shown by fans to get their hands on a vinyl record in mint condition of this outstanding musical oddity made in Spain. Paniagua is a classically trained musician and scholar of music with an extensive and fruitful history of researching, recording and rediscovering ancient music, varying from Las Cantigas de Santa María del Rey Alfonso X El Sabio (which earned him a gold record in Japan), to Andalusí music from Spain's past or compositions from Ancient Greece, as well as playing with the vocal and instrumental ensemble Atrium Musicae, which toured across the world to great critical acclaim. In 1980, Gregorio Paniagua embarked on a solo project, moving from the Classical to the Pop Department at Hispavox. He shut himself off from the world every night for a whole month to record Batiscafo. Assisted solely by a sound technician at the controls of the latest mixing desk, his instruments and brilliant inventiveness, he managed to create this gem: a record that seeks to emulate Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells and which vanished all too soon, becoming the Holy Grail of Spanish experimental music. Batiscafo anticipated a wave of avant-garde Spanish music in the 80s with key figures such as Suso Sáiz, Pep Llopis, Ishinoana or Finis Africae who are now being rediscovered and admired outside Spain. It is a highly original and imaginative record that continues to surprise listeners forty years on, with its bold combination of early electronic music, classicism, experimentation and psychedelia. It's a masterpiece that endures the test of time.

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25,00

Munster

Batiscafo

Dragon
Dragon
Plancton
Plancton
Kyrie Nicolai
Kyrie Nicolai
Ciao
Ciao
Spaguetti Alla Milanese
Spaguetti Alla Milanese
Vt De Sac
Vt De Sac
Preludio Balsamico Y Chacona
Preludio Balsamico Y Chacona
Batiscafo
Batiscafo
Agua de Colofonia
Agua de Colofonia
Así Es
Así Es
SKU: MR DG 405  |  , , ,

Batiscafo by Gregorio Paniagua is one of these elusive treasures. First released in 1980 on Hispavox, the album disappeared after a short run and no further editions in any format have been available until now. Paniagua is a classically trained musician and scholar of music with an extensive and fruitful history of researching, recording and rediscovering ancient music and has toured across the world to great critical acclaim. In 1980 he shut himself off from the world every night for a whole month to record Batiscafo: a record that seeks to emulate Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells and which vanished all too soon, becoming the Holy Grail of Spanish experimental music. Batiscafo anticipated a wave of avant-garde Spanish music in the 80s with key figures such as Suso Sáiz, Pep Llopis, Ishinoana or Finis Africae who are now being rediscovered and admired outside Spain. It is a highly original and imaginative record that continues to surprise listeners forty years on, with its bold combination of early electronic music, classicism, experimentation and psychedelia. Reissued here for the first time, includes facsimile artwork and extensive liner notes. Remastered from the original tapes and pressed on 180g vinyl.

We are immersed in an age of re-releases and the pursuit of rarities, hidden gems and marvels. Record labels are constantly rediscovering musical jewels, which previously only collectors have had the chance to own. Batiscafo by Gregorio Paniagua is one of these elusive treasures. First released in 1980 on the label Hispavox, the album disappeared after a short run and no further editions in any format have been available until now, in spite of the huge level of interest shown by fans to get their hands on a vinyl record in mint condition of this outstanding musical oddity made in Spain. Paniagua is a classically trained musician and scholar of music with an extensive and fruitful history of researching, recording and rediscovering ancient music, varying from Las Cantigas de Santa María del Rey Alfonso X El Sabio (which earned him a gold record in Japan), to Andalusí music from Spain's past or compositions from Ancient Greece, as well as playing with the vocal and instrumental ensemble Atrium Musicae, which toured across the world to great critical acclaim. In 1980, Gregorio Paniagua embarked on a solo project, moving from the Classical to the Pop Department at Hispavox. He shut himself off from the world every night for a whole month to record Batiscafo. Assisted solely by a sound technician at the controls of the latest mixing desk, his instruments and brilliant inventiveness, he managed to create this gem: a record that seeks to emulate Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells and which vanished all too soon, becoming the Holy Grail of Spanish experimental music. Batiscafo anticipated a wave of avant-garde Spanish music in the 80s with key figures such as Suso Sáiz, Pep Llopis, Ishinoana or Finis Africae who are now being rediscovered and admired outside Spain. It is a highly original and imaginative record that continues to surprise listeners forty years on, with its bold combination of early electronic music, classicism, experimentation and psychedelia. It's a masterpiece that endures the test of time.


View cart

25,00

Munster

Gregorio Paniagua

Batiscafo

Dragon
Dragon
Plancton
Plancton
Kyrie Nicolai
Kyrie Nicolai
Ciao
Ciao
Spaguetti Alla Milanese
Spaguetti Alla Milanese
Vt De Sac
Vt De Sac
Preludio Balsamico Y Chacona
Preludio Balsamico Y Chacona
Batiscafo
Batiscafo
Agua de Colofonia
Agua de Colofonia
Así Es
Así Es
Dragon
Dragon
Plancton
Plancton
Kyrie Nicolai
Kyrie Nicolai
Ciao
Ciao
Spaguetti Alla Milanese
Spaguetti Alla Milanese
Vt De Sac
Vt De Sac
Preludio Balsamico Y Chacona
Preludio Balsamico Y Chacona
Batiscafo
Batiscafo
Agua de Colofonia
Agua de Colofonia
Así Es
Así Es
SKU: MR DG 405  |  , , ,

Batiscafo by Gregorio Paniagua is one of these elusive treasures. First released in 1980 on Hispavox, the album disappeared after a short run and no further editions in any format have been available until now. Paniagua is a classically trained musician and scholar of music with an extensive and fruitful history of researching, recording and rediscovering ancient music and has toured across the world to great critical acclaim. In 1980 he shut himself off from the world every night for a whole month to record Batiscafo: a record that seeks to emulate Mike Oldfield’s Tubular Bells and which vanished all too soon, becoming the Holy Grail of Spanish experimental music. Batiscafo anticipated a wave of avant-garde Spanish music in the 80s with key figures such as Suso Sáiz, Pep Llopis, Ishinoana or Finis Africae who are now being rediscovered and admired outside Spain. It is a highly original and imaginative record that continues to surprise listeners forty years on, with its bold combination of early electronic music, classicism, experimentation and psychedelia. Reissued here for the first time, includes facsimile artwork and extensive liner notes. Remastered from the original tapes and pressed on 180g vinyl.

We are immersed in an age of re-releases and the pursuit of rarities, hidden gems and marvels. Record labels are constantly rediscovering musical jewels, which previously only collectors have had the chance to own. Batiscafo by Gregorio Paniagua is one of these elusive treasures. First released in 1980 on the label Hispavox, the album disappeared after a short run and no further editions in any format have been available until now, in spite of the huge level of interest shown by fans to get their hands on a vinyl record in mint condition of this outstanding musical oddity made in Spain. Paniagua is a classically trained musician and scholar of music with an extensive and fruitful history of researching, recording and rediscovering ancient music, varying from Las Cantigas de Santa María del Rey Alfonso X El Sabio (which earned him a gold record in Japan), to Andalusí music from Spain's past or compositions from Ancient Greece, as well as playing with the vocal and instrumental ensemble Atrium Musicae, which toured across the world to great critical acclaim. In 1980, Gregorio Paniagua embarked on a solo project, moving from the Classical to the Pop Department at Hispavox. He shut himself off from the world every night for a whole month to record Batiscafo. Assisted solely by a sound technician at the controls of the latest mixing desk, his instruments and brilliant inventiveness, he managed to create this gem: a record that seeks to emulate Mike Oldfield's Tubular Bells and which vanished all too soon, becoming the Holy Grail of Spanish experimental music. Batiscafo anticipated a wave of avant-garde Spanish music in the 80s with key figures such as Suso Sáiz, Pep Llopis, Ishinoana or Finis Africae who are now being rediscovered and admired outside Spain. It is a highly original and imaginative record that continues to surprise listeners forty years on, with its bold combination of early electronic music, classicism, experimentation and psychedelia. It's a masterpiece that endures the test of time.

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