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Marquee Moon is the debut album by American rock band Television. It was released on February 8, 1977, by Elektra Records. In the years leading up to the album, Television had become a prominent act on the New York music scene and generated interest from a number of record labels, eventually signing a record deal with Elektra. The group rehearsed extensively in preparation for Marquee Moon before recording it at A & R Recording in September 1976
Marquee Moon is the debut album of the New York City-based band Television. The band had become a popular staple in the NYC live scene before signing with Elektra records to record the album. With Marquee Moon, Television created a sound with interwoven guitar parts, and plenty of groove that was unlike anything out at the time. Although they were, in essence, a punk band, they did not fall into the typical pitfalls of a punk band. The band members were very proficient in their respective instruments, and they adapted jazz improvisation, which was a departure from punk’s garage rock influence.
Much of the album’s power lay in the fact that it valued quality over quantity in terms of individual songs. It was clear that the band would rather spend as much time as they could perfecting one long-running and melodically intricate composition than they would churning out more radio-friendly and traditional two- to four-minute-long tunes. Thus, Marquee Moon contained only eight tracks, the majority of which ran over five minutes long and were astoundingly recorded in just one take.
Marquee Moon is the debut album by American punk rock band Television. While often considered a seminal work to emerge from the New York punk scene of the mid-to-late 1970s, the album differed from conventional punk in its textured, guitar-based instrumental interplay and extended improvisation. As a result, it is also often cited as important to the development of post-punk in the late 1970s and 1980s.
With Marquee Moon entrenched in the canon, it's more interesting to revisit their 1978 follow-up, Adventure. This record has always suffered by comparison, mainly because it's so easy to relate it to the first record: the arrangements and the aesthetic are roughly the same, but the music is quieter and more reflective, and that means less horsepower. It's not weak or even very different from their debut, but you might be disappointed when the earth doesn't cave beneath your feet. Television broke up after Adventure, and like typical mid-level rockers who fade away instead of dying, they went on to other projects, cut a reunion album in 1992, and still play occasional shows to this day. Writing this up now, it's hard not to feel out of place as someone too young to have caught their shows while the world is bursting with tributes and nostalgia from the people who loved them back when.
Is Marquee Moon the best album by Television? BestEverAlbums. com brings together thousands of 'greatest ever album' charts and calculates an overall ranking. This album At A Glance. Marquee Moon by Television (1977) Overall rank: 49th.
Marquee Moon (Alternate Version)1:04:05. O Mi Amore (Instrumental) 1:15:03. thanks to Morten Bach & AstralSilence. labelMarquee Moon labeltelevision label1977. Knew Yawkers like PSmith and JCarroll wanted to bring the passion of ARimbaud to the modern rock and roll cannon, but only Television succeeded fully. After Adventure (their 2nd record), it was over. 3 weeks ago. I bought this when it was just released. also the 1st Clash LP & 1st first Elvis Costello LP within the same month if i remember correctly. My life was never going to be the same after that. Saw Television at Birmingham Odeon - supported by Blondie - I missed most of the Blondie set but TV were great.
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See No Evil
Guitar [Solo After The Second Chorus] – Richard*Guitar [Solo After The Third Chorus] – Tom*
Mixed By [Assistant]
Fred Smith ,
Originally released in 1977.
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Barcode (Printed): 0 7559-60616-2 9
Barcode (Scanned): 075596061629
Label Code: LC 0192
Rights Society: GEMA / BIEM
Matrix / Runout: 960616-2 SRC-03
Other (Distribution / Cost code (France)): WE 835
Other (SPARS Code): AAD
Other (Mould number): 4
Marquee Moon (LP, Album, Spe)
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Marquee Moon (LP, Album)
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Performer:Television Genre: Rock Title: Marquee Moon Country: US Style: Alternative Rock, New Wave MP3 version ZIP size: 1501 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1872 mb Rating: 4.3 Votes: 908 Other Formats: WMA MPC WAV MP2 VOX RA AU