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Mort Garson - Mother Earth's Plantasia descargar gratis Artista: Mort Garson
Álbum: Mother Earth's Plantasia
País: Europe
Liberado: 10 Apr 2015
Estilo: Experimental, Ambient
Etiqueta: Fifth Dimension
Genre: Electrónica
Catálogo #: FD5003-LP
Tamaño del FLAC: 1877 mb.
Tamaño del MP3: 1186 mb.
Clasificación: 4.0/5
Votos: 378
Fuente de los registros: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Unofficial Release




Lista de canciones


1Rhapsody In Green
2Baby's Tears Blues
3Plantasia
4Symphony For A Spider Plant
5Ode To An African Violet
6Swingin' Spathiphyllums
7You Don't Have To Walk A Begonia
8Music To Soothe The Savage Snake Plant
9A Mellow Mood For Maidenhair
10Concerto For Philodendron & Pothos


Versiones


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
TGT431Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)The Great ThunderTGT431Europe2017
SBR-3030Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia ‎(LP, Album, Club, Ltd, RE, Gre)Sacred Bones RecordsSBR-3030US2019
SBR-3030-1Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, TP)Sacred Bones RecordsSBR-3030-1US2019
SBR-3030, SBR3030Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre)Sacred Bones Records, Sacred Bones RecordsSBR-3030, SBR3030US2019
SBR-3030Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia ‎(Cass, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre)Sacred Bones RecordsSBR-3030US2019
CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
H-101Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia ‎(LP, Album)Homewood RecordsH-101US1976
TGT431Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia ‎(LP, Album, RE, Unofficial)The Great ThunderTGT431Europe2017
SBR-3030Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia ‎(LP, Album, Club, Ltd, RE, Gre)Sacred Bones RecordsSBR-3030US2019
SBR-3030-1Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, TP)Sacred Bones RecordsSBR-3030-1US2019
SBR-3030, SBR3030Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia ‎(LP, Album, Ltd, RE, Gre)Sacred Bones Records, Sacred Bones RecordsSBR-3030, SBR3030US2019


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So he switched from little green men to little green plants, and the Rapps store, as well as their series of best-selling books, helped popularize the houseplant trend that lasted throughout the 1970s and has become commonplace today in fac. Mother Earth's Plantasia is an electronic album by Mort Garson first released in 1976. Mort Garson - Mother Earth's Plantasia 1996. Subtitled warm earth music for plantsand the people that love them, it was full of bucolic, charming, stoner-friendly, decidedly unscientific tunes enacted on the new-fangled device called the Moog. Includes unlimited streaming of Mother Earth's Plantasia via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. You Don't Have to Walk a Begonia 9. 10 tracks 30:51. Songs in album Mort Garson - Mother Earth's Plantasia 1996. The album had a very limited distribution upon release, only being available to people who bought a houseplant from a store called Mother Earth in Los Angeles or those who purchased a Simmons mattress from a Sears outlet, both of which came with the record. Electronic Ambient. Considering that many of Mort Garson's pioneering electronic albums were based on astrology and the occult, a set of compositions made just for plants is more down-to-earth in more ways than one. The first authorized reissue of Mort Garson's legendary 1976 album, 'Mother Earth's Plantasia. Mort Garson. Baby's Tears Blues 4. Mort Garson - Mother Earth's Plantasia 1976. To favorites 1 Download album. Mort Garson - Plantasia. Plantasia 2. Music to Soothe the Savage Snake Plant In the mid-1970s, a force of nature swept across the continental United States, cutting across all strata of race and class, rooting in our minds, our homes, our culture. Symphony for a Spider Plant 3. Inspired by his wife Margaret's houseplants and intended as a companion piece to the book The Secret Life of Plants, 1976's Mother Earth's Plantasia was initially available only if someone purchased a plant from Los Angeles' Mother Earth Plant Boutique - or a Simmons mattress from Sears. Mother Earth's Plantasia is an electronic album by Mort Garson first released in 1976. Mort Garson - Ode To An African Violet. Album 1976 10 Songs. Baby's Tears Blues 4. Warm earth music for plants. Електро , 1976. It was made by an easy-listening songwriter and given away free with mattresses. Rhapsody in Green 7. And the people who love them Recorded in stereo at Patchcord Productions Hollywood, Earth's Plantasia. If you purchased a snake plant, asparagus fern, peace lily, or what have you from Mother Earth on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles or bought a Simmons mattress from Sears, you also took home Plantasia, an album recorded especially for plants. Swingin' Spathiphyllums 8. The music on it was composed specifically for plants to listen to. Garson conceived the album with Lynn and Joel Rapp, who ran Mother Earth Plant Boutique on Melrose Avenue in Los Angeles. Mother Earth's Plantasia. Mother Earth's Plantasia by Mort Garson, released 22 March 2019 1. Mort Garson - Symphony For A Spider Plant. As a result, the album failed to attain widespread popularity around the time of its release. A Mellow Mood for Maidenhair 10. Swingin' Spathiphyllums 8. Joel had been a writer for My Favorite Martian, but had burned out on the TV industry. Mort Garson - Baby's Tears Blues. Mort Garson - Swingin' Spathiphyllu. Mother Earth's Plantasia by Mort Garson, released 22 March 2019 1. Mort Garson - Rhapsody In Green. Considering that many of Mort Garson's pioneering electronic albums were based on astrology and the occult, a set of compositions made just for plants is more down-to-earth in more ways than one. It wasnt The Exorcist, Goodbye Yellow Brick Road, o. And the people who love them Recorded in stereo at Patchcord Productions Hollywood, free to Mort Garson Mother Earth's Plantasia Plantasia, Symphony For A Spider Plant and more. Tracklist: 00:00 Plantasia 03:24 Symphony For A Spider Plant 06:04 Baby's Tears Blues 09:08 Ode To An African Violet 13:14 Concerto For Earth's Plantasia - Mort Garson. Concerto for Philodendron and Pothos 6. Inspired by his wife Margaret's houseplants and intended as a companion piece to the book The Secret Life of Plants, 1976's Mother Earth's Plantasia was initially available only if someone purchased a plant from Los Angeles' Mother Earth Plant Boutique - or a Simmons mattress from Sears. Ode to an African Violet 5. The story behind Mother Earths Plantasia, subtitled Warm Earth Music for PlantsThe story behind Mother Earths Plantasia, subtitled Warm Earth Music for Plants and the People Who Love Them, is just as fascinating as the music. Listen album. You Don't Have to Walk a Begonia 9. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. Mort Garson - Concerto For Philodendron & Pothos. Now thanks to YouTubes algorithm, Mort Garsons Plantasia has become an underground hit. Tracklist: 00:00 Plantasia 03:24 Symphony For A Spider Plant 06:04 Baby's Tears Blues 09:08 Ode To An African Violet 13:14 Concerto For Earth's Plantasia - Mort Garson

I know this is a bootleg and has certain folks glowing red, but I still enjoy my copy. Sounds great, even with the missing bits on side one. I'll take an unofficial Euro pressing over the vast majority of US reissues. Someone paid over $100 for one of these on Discogs before it was blocked...
Fifth Dimension is a company without website, contact/address, any information about on the web. why? because they are producing bootlegs. specialized in dead artists.ascop.com = mort garson was member of this organization, they told the production was not declared to their society.
My copy sounds fantastic, almost no surface noise and the sound is full and crisp with a beautifully printed jacket. I was nervous after reading the review below, but it seems like maybe fitschbitsch got a dud :( So happy to finally own this!EDIT: So after a much closer listen in headphones to the whole album I am slightly less happy with the quality of the release. I am pretty certain this is a very nice vinyl rip bootleg, but I did hear the same noise that fitschbitsch describes, as well as at the end of the B-side. If you listen closely to the gaps between tracks and the run-in/out you can hear clean vinyl, so that surface noise isn't from the pressing, thus it must be a rip (of an original in pretty great shape, I'd say). I am still happy with the overall sound of the release, crisp and full.
It's all subjective but the rip they used sounds VG quality to me at best. And however they recorded it, they should have used a better method as it's really quite distorted. Maybe digital clipping from having the gain too loud?
My copy has the worst quality I've ever heard. The highs are either distorted or somewhat nonexistent. Does anyone else have the same problem, or did I get a faulty copy? Side A is really bad towards the end.
Used to have a copy of this, sounded like shit, thankfully I sold it. Distorted all the way through.I passed up on a sealed copy of the OG for £50 a few years back, still regretting that.
SHIT! I hate to read this, but I'm glad I did before excited adding this to my collection! Thanks for making note of the poor pressing!
Nope I listened to my copy for the first time last night and experienced the same. Obviously all digitally sourced and overall a very disappointing pressing.
How many pressings of these are floating around?
anyone know if this is sourced from the original tapes? would love to compare it to my original pressing.
I heard about this rerelease and I was so happy. In my excitement, I bought both a black and green copy, and I gotta tell ya, I regret buying either of them. the audio is so harsh that I genuinely thought my stylus had gone, I had to try another record just to make sure. the brass elements sound unpleasant, like they're clipping. I went to hear the quality of the online copy, thinking these artifacts were forgivable effects of the less-than-ideal mastering process they had to go through, but no! Not a trace of clipping from the FREE Youtube example, but the $30 LP has it everywhere the audio pushes past 9 or 10kz. I have never had such a negative experience with record quality. Hopefully, Sacred Bones will take responsibility for this lack of care and try again, or at least give this project to a company capable of doing it justice.
I can confirm this as well. I only bought the iTunes release, but I also bought the original 1976 copy for close to $200. The original sounds so much better. So much so I might plan to create my own "audiophile" remastered version to release on YouTube.
I have 2 un-opened lp's of the original plantasia that I found. My father was credited as the art director, Sam Nicholson. What are they worth?
Hey, I'd be interested in one of those copies, maybe/probably. Do you still have them?
From a visual, the album is sealed in original thin plastic and was stored in a closet as I remember. Album cover is unblemished. Do not want to open and break seal.
Unopened doesn't necessarily mean M (for sleeve) so assess that... Here are other listings for that item:https://www.discogs.com/sell/release/530794?ev=rb
There are used copies of this record all over Los Angeles right now. If you are willing to pay for it...Permanent has two copies on their wall.
Agreed. $200 is a bit much. I'd say between $120-$150 is more reasonable for an original.
I AM willing to pay, just not $200 for a copy.
Recently listened to it for the first time, and I love it. It's good enough to make Wendy Carlos and Dick Hymen head for the hills.
Glad to hear that this is finally being reissued. It was about time
Rough Trade, Bleep, and eventually VinylMePlease will have exclusives of this.Discogs has a cassette version for this too https://exclusives.discogs.com/product/mort-garson-cassette/
Sacred Bones are taking preorders for an official reissue of Plantasia in both black and green vinyl. Out this June! :-)
It sounds good for being from a vinyl rip. As Sacred Bones stated, the master tapes are long gone.
I wish I could get the excited about anything reissue but I can't. I prefer to have the original. Such a gamble getting new pressings
Looks like an official reissue is coming out on Sacred Bones Records on LP and cassette in June.
From a 2016 interview with Mort's daughter:- "But she says her father never stopped writing until his death in 2008. “He still kept his studio, he wrote every day,” she says. “He never stopped. We have boxes and boxes and boxes of my father’s music. Because I don’t understand music, I don’t read music. I have tons of music that could be really important, but I don’t know what to do with it.” -http://daily.redbullmusicacademy.com/2016/09/mort-garson-featureI hope there's an archivist out there who can help collate Garson's unreleased material. His legacy deserves some careful attention. May be the only route to an official reissue of Plantasia too. I believe Homewood Records was his own label. So his daughter most likely has the original recordings / copyright now.
My favourite Moog-ambient album and my favourite release from Mort Garson. Bless this masterpiece
Absolutely incredible! One of the best Moog-ambient albums ever created! 10/5!
Perhaps i'm missing something and my ears have packed in due to old age, but personally this repress on The Great Thunder sounds perfectly fine to me - wonderfully warm and lovely synths, seems to have been done really well. No inserts or fancy stuff, not even an address for The Great Thunder on there but considering how much OG copies go for, i'm more than happy with this. A welcome addition to the collection after all these years.
OH WOW. I'd not *properly* listened to the two of them but YES, THERE IS AN ENTIRE CHANNEL MISSING still. It's essentially a low walking bass synth line, very obvious on track 1, i'm still going through the release but i'd wager it continues throughout. I'm a pretty positive thinking kinda guy so i'll say this - as a re-press of the original Plantasia it's REALLY NOT VERY GOOD. However, as a £20 slab of twinkly/pretty/weird 70s synthy sounds it's fairly good. I just wish someone like Trunk Records would do a proper, authentic job, complete with booklet. Fingers crossed. *Edit* - I'm going to try to record the repress on YouTube in a few days time for anyone interested.
Other reviews indicate that, like the 5th Dimension release, an entire channel is missing on the latest Great Thunder release. I interpret that to mean there are some sounds that are missing or maybe it is not properly recorded in stereo (with separate sounds coming out of right and left speakers). The YouTube video above seems to be the full album from the original release, with noticeably different/separate stereo channels. Perhaps you could comment for sake of comparison?
This is getting a vinyl re-release on The Great Thunder label, due to be available on 24th April 2017. Very little info at present - they don't seem to have a website or any online presence but i'm hoping they'll do it justice.
I'm fairly sure that The Great Thunder is another alias for whoever is behind Fifth Dimension, if you look at their forthcoming release 2 out of the 3 are represses of previous Fifth Dimension reissues. Bootlegging controversy aside, I own the Fifth Dimension pressing of this and I am happy with it, it seems to be a very high quality vinyl rip - almost certainly more enjoyable to listen to than an original in the condition you're likely to encounter it in.
Me and my plants where glad to hear about this re-release; still available for preorder at redeyerecords.co.uk. Especially since I've heard bad things about the quality of existing bootlegs (Fifth Dimension label). Would be cool if it includes a booklet like the original pressing!
I think there's a lot more of these around than Discogs would have you believe. I remember my parents buying a new mattress at Sleepers in the late 1970s and they got this album and a plant for free. I'm sure they weren't the only ones, so there's untold copies out there in old hippies' basements waiting to be rediscovered..
Yes not worth the 200+ price tag here , go to eBay still grab em for under 100
Guess we'll never know how many copies there were. This was the sole release on this label and so I wonder if Mort Garson financed and put out this release himself. That said I've heard stories of people picking this up at thrift stores for a dollar, though not since the 90s
Brilliant release of Moog music. Nicely composed with choice use of sounds and stereo placement. Theres no cheese-ball pop covers and all the tracks are listener friendly esp. for Moog aficionados!Glad this unknown gem was finally available on cd!
This really is a beautiful simple album. The music is very relaxing. I can hear some Nintendo Gameboy in there too. Love it.
No such Gameboy was discovered till 1990s ... Amazing music mastery