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Quatrain - Quatrain album

Quatrain - Quatrain album
  • Performer Quatrain
  • Title Quatrain
  • Date of release 1969
  • Country US
  • Style Psychedelic Rock, Prog Rock
  • Other formats XM TTA VOX AU VQF APE MMF
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1386 mb
  • Size FLAC 1860 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 818

Redeye Distribution (от лица компании "Sundazed Music, In. )

A quatrain is a type of stanza, or a complete poem, consisting of four lines.

Лейблы Polydor Tetragrammaton Records Sundazed Music. Музыкальный стильHeavy Rock. Владельцы этого альбома0.

Quatrain - Студийный альбом от Quatrain. В альбом вошло 12 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 38:44. Quatrain - Let You Go (Bonus). Quatrain - Towering Buildings (ACOUSTIC PSYCH ROCK FROM 1969). Quatrain 1969 – . lack Lily. Unforeseen Regrets - Quatrain.

Definition of Quatrain. A quatrain is a verse with four lines, or even a full poem containing four lines, having an independent and separate theme. Often one line consists of alternating rhyme, existing in a variety of forms. We can trace back quatrains in poetic traditions of various ancient civilizations, such as China, Ancient Rome, and Ancient Greece; and they continue to appear in the twenty-first century. During the Dark Ages in Europe, the Middle East, and Iran, polymath poets like Omar Khayyam popularized this type of poetry

Los Angeles group Quatrain issued an obscure album in 1969 mixing period Southern Californian folk-rock, psychedelic, and hard rock influences, produced and engineered by David Briggs (most famed for his work as producer with Neil Young). Quatrain grew out of the group the Human Jungle, who issued a couple obscure singles while signed to the Double Shot label, though they usually went under the name the Berries. Briggs found the band while they were doing a residency at the Topanga Corral not far north of . and got them a deal with Tetragrammaton Records, where he was a staff producer. Quatrain can be defined as, A poem, unit or stanza of four lines of verse, usually with a rhyme scheme of abab or its variant, xbyb. or. The rhyming fourline groups that make up the first eight or twelve lines of a sonnet are also known as quatrains. The ‘heroic quatrain’ of iambic pentameters also rhymes using the form abab. A different rhyme scheme (abba) is used in the In Memoriam stanza and some other forms. Quatrain is derived from Middle French, from quatre four, from Latin quattuor. Its first known use is found in 1585.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Fragments
Written-By – James Lekas, Steven Lindsay
4:14
A2 Unconquered Islands
Written-By – James Lekas
3:15
A3 Flowing Robes
Written-By – James Lekas
3:26
A4 Fields Of Love
Written-By – James Lekas
2:28
A5 Canyon Woman
Written-By – James Lekas
1:21
A6 Rollin'
Written-By – James Lekas
3:14
B1 Black Lily
Written-By – James Lekas
3:25
B2 Early Morning Company
Written-By – James Lekas
2:59
B3 Ask Me No Questions
Written-By – Steven Lindsay
3:00
B4 Try To Live Again
Written-By – James Lekas
3:00
B5 Masquerade
Written-By – Donald Senneville
2:39
B6 The Tree
Written-By – James Lekas
5:44

Companies, etc.

  • Recorded At – Studio Three
  • Recorded At – Sunwest Recording Studios
  • Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co. – Δ13208
  • Pressed By – Monarch Record Mfg. Co. – Δ13208-X

Credits

  • Bass Guitar – Buff Lindsay*
  • Drums – Jim Lekas*
  • Lead Guitar – Don Senneville*
  • Photography By – Gene Brownell, Luis Valentino
  • Producer, Engineer – David Briggs
  • Rhythm Guitar – Eric Pease
  • Vocals, Arranged By – Quatrain

Notes

Monarch pressing is indicated by 'MR' in a circle stamped into runout on each side.

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
T-5002 Quatrain Quatrain ‎(LP, Album) Tetragrammaton Records T-5002 US 1969
SC-11203 Quatrain Quatrain ‎(CD, Album, RE) Sundazed Music SC-11203 US 2008
T-5002 Quatrain Quatrain ‎(LP, Album, Promo) Tetragrammaton Records T-5002 US 1969
T-5002 Quatrain Quatrain ‎(LP, Album) Tetragrammaton Records T-5002 US 1969
583 745 Quatrain Quatrain ‎(LP, Album) Polydor 583 745 UK 1969