LP - PI CORP - LET THEM EAT PI Early 70´s Space rock /prog för first time on Lp

Digitized from the master 4-Track reel-to-reel tapes created at Earthman Enterprises & Pi Corp Studios in Cleveland Ohio, USA 1973-76

A1 Let Them Eat Pi 4:25
A2 Introid / The Dirge 1:08
A3 Drumola 3:17
A4 Together 6:17
A5 Devil Weed 5:09
A6 Just Another Song 5:23
B1 LSD1 9:08
B2 Space War 6:41
B3 Shiit 1:54
B4 Telerama Boogie 2:07
B5 Organ Over Easy 1:18
B6 Organic 2:03
B7 Hash Market 4:14


Pi Corp features the early works and innovative sounds of electronic music Pi'oneer Alan Howarth. Alan began his musical career in Cleveland playing with bands like 'The Tree Stumps', 'The Renaissance Faire', 'The Silk', and the first electronic band in Cleveland called 'Braino'. Howarth went on to become one of the most sought after composer / sound designers in Hollywood. Also featured are some unforgettable and strangely haunting vocals by Woody Leffel; formerly of RCA recording artist Granicus. Woody plates a unique slice of Pi with the raw vocal style of Robert Plant and an improvisational storytelling style that he coined as "speech-sing". The whole Pi Corp mission was to create music and lyrics spontaneously. "With the exception of "Together" and "Just Another Song", our only two attempts at songwriting, and the two tracks with Marilyn, everything on the CD was conceived and played with absolutely no prior discussion or rehearsal... it was recorded just as it happened" says the guitarist Guy Bickel. The additional bonus tracks give the listener a much better sense of the evolving band and their mission. Pieces such as "Rock N Roll Show" and "Never Sell Out on You", show off the extraordinary, improvisational talents of Woody Leffel. "Let Them Eat Pi", "Organic", and "Hash Market" is Alan at his synthesizer best.

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Artist PI CORP 1 Release date2011-02-28 AvailabilityIn stock Delivery1 - 3 days Item no86477 Product groupVinyl MediaLP Catalogue numberAKR2012 Record labelTPT 2 GenreMinimalistic / Oldschool / NDW 221 ConditionNew, unplayed