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Mex-Arcana - Bill Nelson - Chameleon (CD, Album)


2002
Label: Fabled Quixote - USR-101-CD • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: UK • Genre: Electronic • Style: Experimental
Mex-Arcana - Bill Nelson - Chameleon (CD, Album)

album notes: Chameleon is an instrumental album of "library music", initially released on the Themes International Music label. On its release Chameleon was extremely difficult to obtain, as albums of library music (for use in production of TV and radio programmes) were always pressed in limited numbers and unavailable outside of their intended market.

 · This is a definite oddity from the Nelson catalog. In Nelson was commissioned by EMI's library music division to compose and record an album of library music -- to be used for television, radio, or film as incidental music. Never available commercially, it was a rarity in the canon. Nelson's original titles for these pieces were different, but they were all renamed to be more indicative 8/10(4).

Bill Nelson ‎– Chameleon. Genre: Electronic, Stage & Screen. Style: Score. Year: Notes: Originally a library music release in , Re-released in as a general release/5(17).

All titles composed, recorded and played by Bill Nelson. Releases information. Chameleon is a 'library music' album, intended for application in recordings for radio, television or film. CD Fabled Quixote USRCD (UK) CD United States Of Distribution LTD. Original LP Themes International Music TIM (UK) Thanks to snobb for the addition/5(3).

Chameleon by Bill Nelson - CD () for $ from Pop / Rock - Order by Phone /5(3).


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1 thoughts on “Mex-Arcana - Bill Nelson - Chameleon (CD, Album)”

  1. This CD is a gem. Composed in the early 80's as library music this music has only now been released to the public. For those familiar with Nelson's music, Chameleon recalls his music of that era and doesn't feature the found sounds that are so common in his newer work (e.g. Whistling While the World Turns or the mammoth Noise Candy)/5(7).

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