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dan_e10
Hi all,
I'm looking for more of Node's music from the 90's. I've got Node 2 which was released recently. All I've been able to find so far of their original releases have been the album Node and the single Terminus. I was under the impression that they released quite a bit more than than back in the 90's. Do any of you know if they released anything else, and more importantly where to find it?
thanks,
Dan
n0rd
Don't think there's any more... Discogs only shows 2 albums and one single. Node (1995), Node 2 (2014) and the single Terminus (1995) like you said.
VinceL
ed buller wrote:

we are thinking of re-releasing the first album with another four tracks never heard from those sessions...along with terminus, pliers, alternator and swamp. It would probably end up as two CD's . We are mindful of the fact that 5 tracks will already have been released but this will have new material ( 4 tracks never heard ) and quality artwork. ...........thoughts ?


In another thread back in February, Ed made the above post. So, there is hope that some more early Node will become available. hyper
dan_e10
Sounds good. Keeping fingers crossed....
Dan
craigie77
First albums the best thing ever, so organic and fluidic,
vav
+1 for a reissue of Node 1, would buy in a heartbeat
Jaspo
Node (first album) is available on Amazon MP3 for $4.95. Not a bad deal, even if I end up buying it again on reissue.

Thanks for turning me on to this. Excellent!
Ambriant
Wish they would re-release all the Node work on vinyl. I want those in my library. The best!
coyoteous
Jaspo wrote:
Node (first album) is available on Amazon MP3 for $4.95. Not a bad deal, even if I end up buying it again on reissue.

Thanks for turning me on to this. Excellent!

Yes, I actually have $5 of credit there... BOOM!
VinceL
New Node album coming in May. w00t cool It's peanut butter jelly time! nanners

This morning I received the following email from CD Services:

NODE: NODE LIVE

Powerhouse Synth Supergroup NODE release only their 3rd album together since their self-titled debut album was released on the Deviant label back in 1995!

NODE never do things by halves, so when they decided to perform an all to rare concert in London in 2015, they chose non other than the auspicious venue of the Royal College Of Music!
It's almost certain that those hallowed halls have not seen such an assemblage of vintage and modular gear before, although indeed that could be said of anywhere else one can care to imagine!

The four members of NODE are: maverick producer and sonic legend: Flood, renowned producer and composer: Ed Buller, classically trained Doctor of music: Dave Bessell and Hollywood film composer: Mel Wesson, not only have between them a vast arsenal of synth gear to draw upon, but they also know how to use it in a live performance setting. Indeed this is no mean task as without the safety net of a backing track all those myriad knobs, dials and switches have to be manually tuned and set up, a task that took the intrepid quartet plus their road crew several hours to complete.

Why bother one may ask in this world of computers and plug-ins? Well simply because they can!
This is a performance - a unique event never to be repeated.
It's a show where the physical presence of all that ancient, creaking analogue equipment is as much part of the performance as the music itself. And of course there's the sound these instruments make - huge pulsating wall of analogue warmth that can rise from a delicate whisper to a mind-numbing crescendo of noise at the whim of the performers.

'Node Live' includes edits of four tracks from the concert, as well as a Bonus Piece recorded at the group's rehearsal for the event.

Released as a Limited Edition run of just 2,000 copies in a beautiful 6-Panel Fold-Out Digi-Pak featuring a stunning wide-screen live group stage photo spread across the front with a Photographic Booklet enclosed, this is a must for lovers of "Berlin School" inspired sequencer music.

'Node Live' is released on 18th May 2018.

Track List:
01. Shinkansen North (14:17)
02. Perpertuum Mobile - 1 (13:23)
03. Arrival (12:17)
04. Shinkansen South (13:39)
05. Perpetuum Mobile - 2 (12:11)
a100user
VinceL wrote:
New Node album coming in May. w00t cool It's peanut butter jelly time! nanners

This morning I received the following email from CD Services:

NODE: NODE LIVE

Powerhouse Synth Supergroup NODE release only their 3rd album together since their self-titled debut album was released on the Deviant label back in 1995!

NODE never do things by halves, so when they decided to perform an all to rare concert in London in 2015, they chose non other than the auspicious venue of the Royal College Of Music!
It's almost certain that those hallowed halls have not seen such an assemblage of vintage and modular gear before, although indeed that could be said of anywhere else one can care to imagine!

The four members of NODE are: maverick producer and sonic legend: Flood, renowned producer and composer: Ed Buller, classically trained Doctor of music: Dave Bessell and Hollywood film composer: Mel Wesson, not only have between them a vast arsenal of synth gear to draw upon, but they also know how to use it in a live performance setting. Indeed this is no mean task as without the safety net of a backing track all those myriad knobs, dials and switches have to be manually tuned and set up, a task that took the intrepid quartet plus their road crew several hours to complete.

Why bother one may ask in this world of computers and plug-ins? Well simply because they can!
This is a performance - a unique event never to be repeated.
It's a show where the physical presence of all that ancient, creaking analogue equipment is as much part of the performance as the music itself. And of course there's the sound these instruments make - huge pulsating wall of analogue warmth that can rise from a delicate whisper to a mind-numbing crescendo of noise at the whim of the performers.

'Node Live' includes edits of four tracks from the concert, as well as a Bonus Piece recorded at the group's rehearsal for the event.

Released as a Limited Edition run of just 2,000 copies in a beautiful 6-Panel Fold-Out Digi-Pak featuring a stunning wide-screen live group stage photo spread across the front with a Photographic Booklet enclosed, this is a must for lovers of "Berlin School" inspired sequencer music.

'Node Live' is released on 18th May 2018.

Track List:
01. Shinkansen North (14:17)
02. Perpertuum Mobile - 1 (13:23)
03. Arrival (12:17)
04. Shinkansen South (13:39)
05. Perpetuum Mobile - 2 (12:11)


Thanks VinceL.

Ordered.

Having been at the gig it'll be great to listen to it (most of it) again.
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