View RSS Feed

Rob Greaves

Rainbow Generator Discography

Rating: 1 votes, 5.00 average.

0 Not allowed! Not allowed!
Rainbow Generator / The Generator /
Krozier & The Generator / MoonRockers

DISCOGRAPHY

The list of recorded material is voluminous, however, the following is material released on vinyl and CD under the names Rainbow Generator, Krozier and the Generator or, The Generator. The non-electronic music is released under the name of the MoonRockers.

All material is available for purchase and is prepared on demand, except for the vinyl which is in stock.

Vinyl Releases

1977 – Dance Of The Spheres (Fission-Chips label), by Rainbow Generator. Experimental electronic music featuring Damien Burnett – Didjeridu (track 3), Naomi Lego – Vocals (tracks 6 and 10), Tor Davis - Vocals (track 8). All other instrumentation by David and Rob. (Also released on CD)

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Dance Of The Spheres Cover.jpg 
Views:	151 
Size:	39.6 KB 
ID:	2959
Front cover DANCE OF THE SPHERES

1981 – Tranceformer (Fission-Chips label): a double gatefold LP by Krozier and The Generator. Dedicated to the memory of Geoffrey Crozier 1947 – 1981. Tracks on this album were selected from recordings of live shows and rehearsals conducted at the Fission-Chips Studios between January 11th and 16th, 1981. These were the last performances by the group prior to Geoffrey’s death. The tracks were originally recorded on a four-track TEAC and were subsequently transferred to an OTARI eight-track, when David and Keith Casey (Ayers Rock) overdubbed them. They were mixed and mastered at Fission-Chips, Electric Loo Studios. (Also released on CD)

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Tranceformer cover.jpg 
Views:	142 
Size:	178.5 KB 
ID:	2983
The front cover of TRANCEFORMER



CD Releases


2004 – Krozier’s Crusade: Krozier and The Generator. The material on this CD was originally recorded onto cassette for personal archive purposes only, in order that the basics could be revisited at some future time for possible use in a new show, or for personal appreciation. Before the group could get back together after the session in January 1981, Geoff passed on. They are a mixture of live performances from shows recorded at the Universal Theatre in Melbourne during the latter part of 2008, and from rehearsals during that period. They were transferred onto a Powermac and mastered by Rob using Peak Pro and Soundsoap Pro software.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Krozier's Crusade cver.jpg 
Views:	134 
Size:	109.4 KB 
ID:	2968
Front cover of KROZIER'S CRUSADE

2005 – Dance Of The Spheres, re-released on CD

2006 – Tranceformer, re-released on CD

2008 – About Time - This is the very last material recorded by David and Rob over the period 2006 and 2007 and represents their final release. It makes considerable use of a number of Mac computers as well as a range of digital instruments, including the Roland TD 8 digital drum kit, multiple keyboards and creative use of digital processing and sampling. Unaware when recording this material that it would represent the last works by them, it really only wetted their appetite for creative digital synthesis, but is seen as an appropriate last release.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	About Time Cover.jpg 
Views:	135 
Size:	115.5 KB 
ID:	2957
Front cover of ABOUT TIME

The Time Vault Series

These are a series of 19 CD’s, and while there is some material on these CD’s which are alternate takes to previously released material, in the main they cover previously unreleased material by Rainbow Generator, Krozier and The Generator, and the Generator. Much of it was never meant for release but with the group releasing their last and final release in 2008, it was decided that as Rainbow Generator and its variations were the first true electronic group in Australia (as recognised by the national Film & Sound Archive), this material would be transferred from analogue to digital format and re-engineered to make certain that the early seminal Australian electronic music is not lost. The CD’s as released below, commenced using all analogue synths, with digital synths gradually introduced over the years, but the analogues were always used with the exception of ABOUT TIME and IMPROMPTU- being all digital instrumentation.

1. Origins and Down To Earth: Live at Bredbo 1977 (FNC-001) - The interesting thing about Origins, is that it is a compilation of earlier recordings including the first track, which came from the very first cassette recording entitled, Sensuous Undercurrents of My Refrigerator (a music experiment for guitar, congas and shortwave radio) recorded in 1975 and tracks from the 1976 cassette recording entitled, ROY G BIV as well as snippets from other cassettes.

In December 1977 Rainbow Generator closed the electric music stage show at the second Down To Earth Confest, held in Bredbo N.S.W. The group also played at the first Confest in Canberra in 1976, but no known recordings exists. The audience was privy to an electronic music performance the like that had not been seen or heard in Australia to that date. Joining the group on stage and providing vocals was Tor Davis.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Origins & Down To Earth cover.jpg 
Views:	126 
Size:	131.6 KB 
ID:	2971
Front cover of ORIGINS & DOWN TO EARTH: LIVE AT BREDBO

2. Orbital Circus (FNC-002) - Time Vault Series Two consists of recordings made at a series of live shows in St. John's Hall Paddington, Sydney New South Wales in November 1981 and titled 'Orbital Circus'. Joining Rob and David on stage was Master Percussionist, Keith Casey, formally of the well known Aussie group, Ayers Rock. By this time the groups equipment had grown so that in addition to the original Roland System 100 and PAIA Gnome synth, there was a Roland System 100M,a Roland System 700 sequencer, Roland Vocoder keyboard and SH7, an ARP Odyssey, a Roland Guitar Synth and several digital sequencers as well as rhythm machines along with David’s trusty Fender Strat guitar and an ever growing collection of effects pedals and rack mounted effects units.

Live performances had become very difficult due to three factors. Firstly there was the matter of the sheer volume of equipment, and with analogue gear, it was both bulky and heavy. Then there was the fact that it was all tied into the groups recording studio - the Electric Loo. So performances meant pulling apart the complete studio.

Finally, there were the technical problems associated with both synchronising all the analogue synths and sequencers and, the very real issue of keeping the analogue synths in tune. Temperature up or down, and there goes the tuning. They loved every moment!

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Orbital Circus cover.jpg 
Views:	145 
Size:	120.0 KB 
ID:	2970
Front Cover of ORBITAL CIRCUS (LIVE at St JOHNS HALL PADDINGTON)

3. Armageddon (FNC-A003) - Armageddon consists of a series of recordings made between
1977 and 1984. The title track, "The Jupiter Effect", was recorded in the evening of March 10th 1982, when a super conjunction of the planets on one side of the Sun was supposed to have devastating consequences for the Earth, when Jupiter aligned with Mars and the other seven planets of the solar system. Concerned, The Generator (previously known as 'Rainbow Generator') decided to take matters into their own hands and spontaneously composed the track, "The Jupiter Effect", to counter any effects.

History has shown that this was successful! A few words on the tracks. Track 1 – is a studio version of the track that is on the 'Orbital Circus' CD (Chaos or Law 1981). Track 3 (1973). Track 4 (1977). Track 5 (1978). Track 6 - a great example of David's ability to use the guitar as an electronic instrument (1978). Track 7 (1979). Track 8 - Rob recorded in Melbourne with the intention of taking it to the studio for rework with David but it never happened, in fact almost every track recorded by us was spontaneous rather than "composed" (1978). Track 9 - was a precursor to David's eventual desire to
blend electronics with the classical form (1979). Track 10 - features the vocals of our friend and talented engineer, Barry Woliffson (1984). Track 11 (1980).

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Armageddon cover.jpg 
Views:	134 
Size:	152.6 KB 
ID:	2958
Front cover of ARMAGEDDON (A Celebration of the Jupiter effect)

4. Sounds Of The Spheres (FNC-A004) – This CD consists of recordings made in the 'Electric Loo' studio, Woolloomooloo, NSW, during an intense two-week period in late 1978.
This session gave rise to their first vinyl LP, titled 'Dance of the Spheres'. Sounds of the Spheres could be considered as a companion release to the Dance of the Spheres release, as some thirty years later we have resurrected tracks, which were never used on the LP as well as three different versions of tracks that appeared on DOTS. For example, Asymptote is presented with the original vocals. Yet there is no doubt the versions on DOTS are the better versions.

The track 'The Making of Rainbow Raga' could be questioned in regards to its inclusion - but call it a whim. It in turn gives rise to the inclusion of the track 'Rainbow Raga', which in turn is the only track in this series that appears in the same form on a previous recording, that being DOTS. Once again, great engineering assistance through the skills of Barry Woliffson. Track 1 - titled 4600, refers to an International 4600 synth that David acquired. While it was used subtly in many other tracks, it was a bastard to use.

It was always a battle to keep analogue synths in tune - but the 4600 stood alone.

It used a pin matrix arrangement, and the result? Well check out 4600! Tracks 2, 4 & 5 feature the voice of Naomi Lego. Track 6 featured Damien Burnett on didgeridoo.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Sounds of the Spheres cover.jpg 
Views:	134 
Size:	126.2 KB 
ID:	2979
Front cover of SOUNDS OF THE SPHERES
5. Quantum Mechanix (FNC-A005) - Time Vault Series CD Five consists of recordings made in the ‘Electric Loo' Studio, Woolloomooloo, NSW, during the period December 28th 1979 to January 12th 1980. These were incredibly intense sessions with each day/night often in excess of 12 hours of experimenting and recording. For a significant period a fellow musician and keyboard player, Peter Thin Carolan, contributed to a majority of the tracks from this session, before joining the group Gondwanaland. This was most unusual for them, for with the exception of Geoff Krozier, Peter turned out to be the only other musician to make a significant contribution to the music of the 'Generator'. Assisting with engineering was another fellow traveller and friend, Aeon.

As was the case with almost every session at the Electric Loo Studio, there was little or no rehearsing. Spontaneous experimentation was the most consistent theme of their sessions and that freedom of not being bound by constrictions of form, preconception or even structure, lead to shaping sounds that may never have resulted in a more formalised environment.
Of course, it is impossible to have predicted how all this was too have come out - it's the nature of Quantum Mechanix - in this case; bizarre, off-the-planet, hauntingly beautiful, space case, experimental, futuristic and damn good, have been a few comments!

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Quantum Mechanix cover.jpg 
Views:	131 
Size:	116.6 KB 
ID:	2972
Front cover of QUANTUM MECHANIX

6. Quantum Mechanix II (FNC-A006) - consists of recordings made in the 'Electric Loo’ Studio, Woolloomooloo, NSW, during the period December 28th 1979 to January 12th 1980.

It is the companion disk to Series Five. There was so much music played & again Peter Carolan (Gondwanaland) joined them. It was an absolute delight from their point of view as musicians. In fact they often mused that they had so much material and that maybe they should go back over it, re-work tracks and release some of this material. However, this wasn't the focus of these sessions. They played for themselves and as such they became their own best critics and when you are playing to satisfy only yourselves, it becomes creatively, most liberating. And so it is important to remember that none of the tracks on these CD's were ever recorded with any form of release in mind. It is only now; twenty-eight years later are these tracks being 'recalled' as part of the archiving history of Rainbow Generator.

So along with the enormous output of music, large quantities of certain substances were consumed, and, an even larger quantity of tea consumed. History needs to record that much support was provided in these sessions by the 'Loo' Hostess, Charmaine and, that Rob would never have been able to find the time necessary to get from Melbourne to the 'Loo' in Sydney for this, and all the 'sessions', without the help and support of his partner, June.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Quantum Mechanix II cover.jpg 
Views:	134 
Size:	113.8 KB 
ID:	2973
Front cover of QUANTUM MECHANIX II

7. Rarities and Oddities (FNC-A007) - consists of a range of recordings made between 1973 and 1980. Included in this series is the earliest known recording, and the only existing track, that features the voice of David. Recorded in a small shack in a forest on the mid-coast of Queensland, accompanying David was Barry Charles on guitar and Rob on bongos, it’s the final track on the CD. Trks 11, 15 & 20, vocals by Rob. Other tracks feature Geoff Krozier with David & Rob as The Generator, as well as tracks by both Rob and David as Rainbow Generator.

There is also one track (Trk 19), featuring the vocals of Naomi Leago. Further track info as follows: Trks 1 - 6: Geoff & The Generator (1980); Trk 7: Rainbow Generator- the Krozier sessions (1980); Trk 8: The 'Vocoder session (1979); Trks 9 & 10: The 'Tinkley Bonkers' sessions (1979; Trk 11: Rainbow Generator from the Krozier sessions - originally released as Terror Generatorus on Krozier's Crusade (2004); Trks 12 - 14: 'Tinkley Bonkers' sessions;
Trk 15: Rainbow Generator - the Krozier sessions; Trks 16 - 18: Tinkley Bonkers' sessions;
Trk 19: Naomi & Rainbow Generator - the Dance of the Spheres sessions (1977); Trk 20: from the East Malvern Tape (1977) & Trk 21: 'Disjoint' an acoustic recording 1973. Some tracks are complete others are partial due to the condition of the existing cassette tapes - none were meant for release. Unique, strange, off the planet & funny. Enjoy!

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Rarities & Oddities cover.jpg 
Views:	127 
Size:	173.1 KB 
ID:	2974
Front cover of RARITIES AND ODDITIES

8. Event One (FNC-A008) - Time Vault Series Eight consists of the earliest work by them as Rainbow Generator, the ROY G BIV tape (1976) and in fact, some earlier experimental percussion and embryonic electronic sounds from 1975. The recordings were on a cassette tape, under the name of 'Afro Frog', resulting in the tracks 'Jellied Brain Cells' and, 'Sensuous Undercurrents Of My Refrigerator. Gerald Frapp, who played marangan, bongos & congas, joined them. David played congas, flute & guitar & contributed to the vocals. Rob also contributed to the vocals and played congas along with various percussion instruments. It really laid the groundwork for their future poly-rhythmic music.

The other work, ROY G BIV, was recorded in the lounge & kitchen of Robs house and, a small country hall. David used his fender guitar and a small but growing selection of effects pedals, while Rob played the insides of a piano, tympani, congas, bongos and late in the session, a Roland System 100. For the track 'Kitchen Kapers', they simply emptied out the saucepan cupboard! Crude & sometimes simplistic, they really jumped into the deep end, determined to make the most with the little they had.

This experimentation and pushing the limits of the few instruments they had was the breeding ground for the future recordings and the freedom to ignore convention and play what felt and sounded good to them.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Event One cover.jpg 
Views:	138 
Size:	176.7 KB 
ID:	2962
Front cover of EVENT ONE

9. Electric Lunacy (FNC-A009) – This CD by The Generator/ Rainbow Generator is very much an eclectic selection of unreleased work. It commences with the track Netiquette. Recorded in 2004, for them it was quite ground breaking, combining their love for electronic based music with their long-standing use of the Internet. Rob was located in Melbourne, Victoria & 1500 Kms away; David was in a small coastal township of Myleston. Rob was on broad- band, while David was only on dial-up. Using their Mac computers, small keyboards and samples, they played across the net in real-time while sampling what the other was playing & feeding that back. Very interesting and it worked! Other tracks came from a variety of sources & times, including one final track with Geoff Krozier (Track 3 - 1980) that was from the last live show in Melbourne. However, the final three tracks do warrant mention. These were not actually recorded by any of Rainbow Generators incarnations, but by an ad-hoc group 'Strange Attractors', in 1986. Its membership constantly changed but its key members in its live form were David, David Ryde and Rob.

It was the first & only time they consciously attempted to play non-electronic, commercial music. The two David’s composed the tracks, which were recorded at David L's "Never Never" studio in Thora NSW. Sadly the original tapes were misplaced overseas & the only copy of the tracks that survived (and only in part), were on badly recorded cassettes. What survived is now presented. It's sad, because it appeared as though they had something!

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Eclectric Lunacy.jpg 
Views:	131 
Size:	189.1 KB 
ID:	2961
Front cover of ECLECTRIC LUNACY

10. Hannibal’s Skull (FNC-K00-2) – Following renewed interest in Krozier & The Generator as the result of video clips being posted on YouTube in 2009, further material was carefully resurrected from old studio out-takes and from personal cassettes. It resulted in two more (the final two), CD’s in the Krozier collection. The first of these is Hannibal’s Skull.

In many regards all the tracks can be considered as live, even though some were used in live performances they represent material from the final studio sessions in David’s ‘Lectric Loo studio, in Woolloomooloo, NSW. One track, Opening Invocation, was a track that was played at the final live performance at the ‘Lectric Loo Studios (Geoff’s final performance) in January 1981. No dubs were ever overlayed on any of the tracks, they are ostensibly as recorded, with considerable cleaning up to minimize the noise associated both with recording onto cassette, and from degradation of the oxide tapes.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Hannibal's Skull.jpg 
Views:	128 
Size:	86.6 KB 
ID:	2965
Front cover of HANNIBAL'S SKULL

11. Signs and Symbols (FNC-K003) – This represents the fourth and final CD of Krozier and The Generator. The companion to Signs and Symbols, it’s history is as identified above. The track ‘Invocation To My Father’ was a track that was recorded during his final performance at the ‘Lectric Loo Studio’s in January 1981. Duck Pan Dance was a track being developed from an earlier version, without vocals, that was being used to support part of his magic act on stage. There are also a number of tracks on this CD that gives an insight into both his manic presentation and his sense of humour.

Krozier and his performances were full of signs and symbols, in fact those who were fortunate to know him off-stage, were fully aware that his life was also, indeed, full of signs and symbols.

It seemed appropriate that this final Krozier and The Generator CD lay claim to this title!

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Signs and Symbols.jpg 
Views:	132 
Size:	62.0 KB 
ID:	2975
Front cover of SIGNS AND SYMBOLS

12. Fools Moon (FNC-A010) - The CD consists of material predominantly recorded in the early years of the ‘Loo (The “Lectric Loo Studios), between 1977 and 1978. Whilst it may not represent the most ‘musical’ of the Generator releases, it can be classified as weird and wonderful, certainly seriously different. The CD title, “Fools Moon”, which is also the title track, is both indicative of a specific recording session as well as reflective of a series of sessions; sessions recorded under various full moons.
In regard to the track Fools Moon, a friend – Marie, was invited to sit in on the session. Now a large number of people have commented upon the psychological and physiological effect upon their bodies by the music of the Generator. So when Marie began to have a psychotic attack during the session it came as no surprise. Sadly Marie was prone to these attacks, however the studio was safe environment, so she was safe.

David simply allowed the recorder to run. Marie’s voice is featured on the track D’Lirium that is on the first vinyl release, Dance Of The Spheres. The vocal samples on that track came from this session and in the true nature of all works of ‘Art’, we use more of that session on the Fools Moon track.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Fools Moon.jpg 
Views:	139 
Size:	96.5 KB 
ID:	2963
Front cover of FOOLS MOON

13. The ‘Lectric Loo Tapes (FNC-A011) – With a few exceptions, all the material recorded by Rainbow Generator (or as The Generator) was indeed recorded at the ‘Lectric Loo Studios. Therefore any of the previous CD’s may have been rightly given this title. Whilst music was the dominant focus of the “Loo”, in fact it was much more than this. At various times it was home to an animation studio, Tai Chi classes, a clown school and a print works to name just a few complimentary and supplementary activities. In regard to the music, a large number of musicians and groups came through the studio. Some required their own material recorded, many contributed to the music of the Generator. This CD represents some of those collaborations. With the exception of the work Rainbow Generator did with Geoff Krozier, most of their work was instrumental, with some exceptions. This CD is an exception with eight vocal tracks on it.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	The 'Lectric Loo Tapes cover.jpg 
Views:	133 
Size:	162.2 KB 
ID:	2982
Front cover of THE 'LECTRIC LOO TAPES

14. Loose Endz (FNC-A012) – As of October 2009, this CD represents the final CD in the archive productions of the earlier works of the Generator. There may be other CD’s to come in the future if we are able to recover material from redundant technology. It represents quite an eclectic collection of pieces. It opens with one final Krozier track (not appearing on any other CD or vinyl release), and was lifted from a live performance at Melbourne’s San Remo Ballroom – in late 1980. There are two tracks from the ‘Lectric Òoo recorded in 1980 as well as tracks from 1981 and 1982. There are two tracks from the Never Never studio period of 1987, that do not appear on either of the “Never Never’ CD’s. Two tracks were recorded LaTrobe University School of Music recording studio (where David was studying) in 1990, one track featuring Didgeridoo. The final two tracks were from David’s last studio – The Zoo, and were recorded in 2002 and 2003 respectively.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Loose Endz cover.jpg 
Views:	137 
Size:	179.0 KB 
ID:	2969
Front cover of LOOSE ENDZ

15. Sounds From Never Never: Volume 1 ~ The Weird (FNC-A013) – This is the first of a two-part volume of music featuring David and Rob but not as the Generator or Rainbow Generator. Recorded under the name the MoonRockers it is part of the compilation known as the “Time Vault Series”. Rob and David were central to the formation of the MoonRockers and they were joined in this ad-hoc group by songwriter/guitarist/bass guitarist, David Ryde. The most striking difference about these two CD’s is that the pieces are largely rehearsed and feature little in the way of electronic music. They feature guitars, conventional drums and percussion as well as a brass section. It was largely recorded in 1987 and it was titled ‘Weird’ because that’s what it is – weird!

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Sounds from Never Never - The Weird cover.jpg 
Views:	127 
Size:	166.8 KB 
ID:	2977
Front cover from SOUNDS FROM NEVER NEVER: Vol I - The WIERD

16. Sounds From Never Never: Volume 2 ~ The Wonderful (FNC-A014) – This is the companion CD to Volume 1 ~ The Weird. It is once again largely guitars, drums, percussion and brass. It consists of the best of the vocal tracks that were put down in David L’s Never Never studio, in Thora New South Wales. The studio was located in what can only be described as a piece of paradise. Nestled at the head of the Bellinger River, it was a place of beauty and tranquillity…and isolation! The only track on this CD not recorded here is the final track – Monsoon. Although composed and rehearsed at the Never Never studios, it was not until many years later in David’s Melbourne studio – Radio Galaxy, that it was actually recorded.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Sounds from Never Never - The Wonderful cover.jpg 
Views:	146 
Size:	163.3 KB 
ID:	2978
Front cover from SOUNDS FROM NEVER NEVER: Vol II - The WONDERFUL

17. Impromptu (FNC-CD03) – Released under the group name of “Electric Picnic, this is group is yet a further arm of Rainbow Generator. Joining David and Rob on this CD was classically trained pianist, Sheila Guymer. The tracks on this CD came from a session at David’s ‘Radio*Galaxy Studio, in Carlton, Victoria circa 1995. David played guitar and keyboards; Sheila played keyboards and Rob, electronic percussion.


Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Impromptu cover.jpg 
Views:	131 
Size:	135.5 KB 
ID:	2967
Front cover of IMPROMTU

In addition, both Rob and David have produced solo synthesiser/electronic based work.


David’s Solo Releases

18. Synthony - was commissioned as suite based upon the myth of the Quest for the Holy Grail. Neoclassical in style, SYNTHONY is unusual in regard to David’s style of recording, for its extensive use of imitative synthesis. All eight compositions are by David as is all playing.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Synthony - The MIDIeval Suite cover.jpg 
Views:	134 
Size:	88.1 KB 
ID:	2981
Front cover of SYNTHONY

18. Digital Dreaming - is a futuristic set of eleven tracks using extensive digital synthesis with algorhythmic compositions, as well as the use of MIDI guitar. All of the tracks, with the exception of two, are composed and played by David. The other two tracks were composed in collaboration with David Ride – who played bass guitar and provided vocals, and Ken Mathews, who provided didgeridoo.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Digital Dreams cover.jpg 
Views:	128 
Size:	152.0 KB 
ID:	2960
Front cover of DIGITAL DREAMING


Rob’s Solo Releases

18. Singularity – consists of eleven tracks. Rob did all compositions using digital music software, with one exception. The compositions cover a range of styles from semi-classical, through to driving and polyrhythmic compositions. The longest track on the CD was composed without the use either music instruments or music software but rather, uses software that is manipulated to read photographs and convert the images to music. All playing is by Rob

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Singularity cover.jpg 
Views:	120 
Size:	117.5 KB 
ID:	2976
Front cover of SINGULARITY

19. HeadSpace (the music in my head) – encouraged by Singularity, Rob continued experiments with polyrhythmic compositions and also utilises sampled voices in a variety of ways. Use of open tuning on electric guitar compliments the clever uses of a variety of software based synthesisers resulting in a 15 track CD, which includes a rework of a track from the first vinyl LP – Dance Of The Spheres.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	HeadSpace cover.jpg 
Views:	123 
Size:	123.7 KB 
ID:	2966
Front cover of HeadSpace

20. Sunset Sonata (in A minor) – The first classical/symphonic work by Rob, utilising the powerful MOTU Symphonic suite of software. The Sunset Sonata is a three-piece work, with the music inspired by the Sunsets witnessed at Mylestom, on the mid-north coast of NSW.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Sunset Sonata cover.jpg 
Views:	132 
Size:	120.3 KB 
ID:	2980
Front cover of SUNSET SONATA (in A Minor)


21. Four Seasons in Belgrave – Living in the small township of Belgrave, nestled in the Dandenong Ranges outside of Melbourne, this classical/symphonic work was inspired generally by the four distinct seasons witnessed in Belgrave. The intense of deadly fires witnessed around Melbourne in February of 2009, inspired the composition of the piece – Summer! As with Sunset Symphony, the MOTU Symphonic software was the major source of the symphonic instrumentation.

Click image for larger version. 

Name:	Four Seasons in Belgrave cover.jpg 
Views:	132 
Size:	27.9 KB 
ID:	2964
Front cover of FOUR SEASONS IN BELGRAVE

David and Robert ceased playing and recording in late 2007, with David moving to Slovenia and his studio, called the Zoo, dismantled. Rob now lives in the hills outside Melbourne (Australia) where he works in his micro-studio producing his own work, as well as working as a Producer for other musicians.

**************************************************
All work is available on CD. There are limited copies of Dance Of The Spheres and, Tranceformer on vinyl, but these are very limited and the price reflects this.

All CD’s other than Dance Of The Spheres (DOTS) and Tranceformer are available for $10.00 each (plus postage).

DOTS & Tranceformer are available for $15.00 each (plus postage)

Enquiries: media@dragonhelp.com.au

Submit "Rainbow Generator Discography" to Digg Submit "Rainbow Generator Discography" to del.icio.us Submit "Rainbow Generator Discography" to StumbleUpon Submit "Rainbow Generator Discography" to Google Submit "Rainbow Generator Discography" to Facebook

Updated 8th April 2013 at 07:41 PM by Mick Pacholli

Categories
Rob Greaves , Rainbow Generator and Geoff Krozier

Comments