Zed (5). Visions Of Dune (LP, Album, Num). The Initial Recording Company. Z aka Bernard Szajner - Visions Of Dune (CD, Album, Promo, RE, RM). InFiné. Z aka Bernard Szajner. Z aka Bernard Szajner - Visions Of Dune (CD, Album, RE, RM).
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ZED's album does create a small portrait of Dune, with, at most, its tough climat, alien atmosphere and dry-haunting environments being reflected (or deflected) in the music's tone.
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French electronic pioneer Bernard Szajner's 1979 concept album based around Frank Herbert's cult Dune Trilogy featured hypnotic sci-fi drones and otherworldly melodies creating a multi-layered, deeply immersive listening experience. Remastered from the original tapes by Rashad Becker in Berlin, and with a new sleeve reimagined by acclaimed Barcelona-based designer Arnau Pi (Young Turks, Hivern Discs, DJ Kicks), the reissue includes two lost pieces from the original sessions, left off because Pathe Marconi EMI considered them to be 'too futuristic'.
A similar musical project, Visions of Dune, was released also in 1979 by Zed (a pseudonym of French electronic musician Bernard Sjazner). The experimental rock band Dün named themselves after the novel. Their only album, 1981's Eros, features two tracks entitled after elements of the novel: "L'epice" ("Spice") and "Arrakis". Heavy metal band Iron Maiden wrote the song "To Tame a Land" based on the Dune story. It appears as the closing track to their 1983 album Piece of Mind.
French electronic pioneer Bernard Szajners 1979 concept album based around Frank Herberts cult Dune Trilogy. Dystopian sci-fi drones and otherworldly melodies drift across the stereo spectrum, creating a multi-layered, deeply immersive listening experience. Tracks: A1: Dune A2: Bashar A3: Thufir Hawat A4: Sardaukar A5: Bene Gesserit A6: Shai Hulud B1: Fremen B2: Harkonnen B3: Adab B4: Gom Jabbar B5: Ibad B6: Kwizatz Haderach. A rare synth classic lovingly reissued. French electronic pioneer Bernard Szajner's 1979 concept album based around Frank Herbert's cult Dune Trilogy.