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The Eternals

The Eternals

The Eternals


May refer to: a doo wop group, a reggae group, an indie band, a French house group or a 60s band from Winnipeg. 1 Based in Chicago, The Eternals formed in the summer of 1997. The band consists of Damon Locks (vocals, keys, effects) and Wayne Montana (bass, keys) both formerly of the band, Trenchmouth, with drummer Tim Mulvenna who has performed with many Chicago avant-jazz musicians including Ken Vandermark. Past drummers include John Herndon (Tortoise) and Dan Fliegel. Read more on Last.fm
May refer to: a doo wop group, a reggae group, an indie band, a French house group or a 60s band from Winnipeg. 1 Based in Chicago, The Eternals formed in the summer of 1997. The band consists of Damon Locks (vocals, keys, effects) and Wayne Montana (bass, keys) both formerly of the band, Trenchmouth, with drummer Tim Mulvenna who has performed with many Chicago avant-jazz musicians including Ken Vandermark. Past drummers include John Herndon (Tortoise) and Dan Fliegel. 2 The Eternals were a fine group that released just three records in their brief, but exciting career.

They were from the Bronx, and included Charlie Girona on lead, first tenor Fred Hodge, Ernie Sierra as second tenor, baritone Arnie Torres and Alex Miranda with the distinctive bass voice. They were originally called the Gleamers, and the Orbits. 3 Soulful reggae group featuring Cornell Campbell, known today for 1969's classic "Queen of the Minstrels" The band's sound is a combination of deep dub, 70s rockers reggae, hip-hop, electro, tropicalia, ambient noise, and art-rock while maintaining a strong punk ethos. The Eternals have three full length albums and two twelve inch singles on the Aesthetics label. Their first two twelve inch singles were released on Chicago's Thrill Jockey Records.

4 Three DJ producers, Dirty Ali, Funky Farid and Monsieur Club, based in the South of France, have come together to form a group called The Eternals. Astropioneers is their first album. Composed like an original retro -futuristic motion picture soundtrack, this album recounts the adventure of three " Astropioneers " on a quest for the interstellar Grail, in a musical universe that was partly inspired by John Carpenter. Some of the songs are dance-floor house and electro-techno hits (Astropioneers, Andromeda Gate, Rebel's Revenge...), whereas the others songs cover the more somber part of the story and are less rhythmical, with more intricate harmonies and keyboard arrangements (Time Bomb, Zero gravity...). Finally, thanks to their collaboration with Benjamin Diamond, they found the alchemy necessary for the closing credits of this imaginary film, with the song " Strange World ". This album may be a new approach to electronic music, increasingly spiritual and uncanny, yet hedonistic, and written to be played from beginning to end without interruption and listened to like a story. 5 The Eternals were formed in 1961 by band leader Ron Paley of Rosa, MB along with his brother Ted Paley and two brother from Steinbach, MB, John Hildebrand and Harry Hildebrand.

In 1965 the members of the band turned professional, practicing and playing major local venues as well as on the road at night clubs and one-nighters throughout most of Ontario, northern Quebec and the northern United States. During this time they recorded their first professional session at RCA Studios in Toronto with subsequent recordings at CKRC Studios in Winnipeg and Kay-Bank Studios in Minneapolis. It was this recording experience and love for the recording arts that prompted the band members to seek a career in the recording and sound industry Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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