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Songs of Experience is the second studio album by American composer and producer David Axelrod. Axelrod composed, arranged, and produced the album while recording with session musicians such as guitarist Al Casey, drummer Earl Palmer, and conductor Don Randi.

B0028035-01, NA 5165, NA 5165-CD-ST. Reply Notify me Helpful. Reissue is coming from Now Again US during the next couple of weeks.

Redirected from Song of Innocence (album)). Song of Innocence is the debut studio album by American composer and producer David Axelrod.

Song of Innocence is a music studio album recording by DAVID AXELROD (Crossover Prog/Progressive Rock) released in 1968 on cd, lp, vinyl and/or cassette. A brief tour of psychedelia-tinged jazz-rock, David Axelrod's Song of Innocence is aptly named, because it exudes a naive charm that contrasts with the intriguing experimental agenda of the album.

Artist: David Axelrod. Album: Live At Royal Festival Hall, 2008. Tracklist 01 Urizen 0:00 02 Holy Thursday 4:00 03 The Smile 9:32 04 A Dream 13:00 05 Song Of Innocence 15:31 06 Merlin's Prophecy 20:06 07 The Mental Traveler 22:53. Notes A suite in seven parts inspired by the writings of William Blake. Originally released in 1968.

Using eight of Blake's poems, Axelrod composed a suite that was less rock in its aim and more pop- and jazz-oriented in places, but overall a more orchestral work. Texturizing a symphony with percussive elements and the use of British and Irish folk song, as well as the stylistic inventions of fellow arranger Gerald Wilson for effect, Axelrod created a sobering, and, in places, even melancholy collage of song and lyrical styles that slid rather than drove home its point: that experience is a good but bittersweet teacher

With Song of Innocenc. xelrod unleashed his remarkable imagination, one that would forever shape his reputation as one of the decade's most eclectic and creative producer-composers. Axelrod’s debut, and a ‘60s masterpiece. Celebrated as psychedelic, the birth of jazz-fusion, the harbinger of hip-hop, Song of Innocence is a hybrid that no one, not even Axelrod himself, could describe  . Titel: Song Of Innocence.

Tracklist

A1 Urizen 3:56
A2 Holy Thursday 5:30
A3 The Smile 3:25
A4 A Dream 2:26
B1 Song Of Innocence 4:32
B2 Merlin's Prophecy 2:43
B3 The Mental Traveler 4:03

Companies, etc.

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – UMG Recordings, Inc.
  • Copyright (c) – Now-Again Records
  • Copyright (c) – Capitol Records, LLC
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Capitol Records, LLC
  • Distributed By – Traffic Entertainment Group
  • Lacquer Cut At – Capitol Mastering
  • Manufactured By – Universal Music Enterprises

Credits

  • Art Direction [Reissue] – Errol F. Richardson
  • Artwork – Lockart*
  • Composed By, Arranged By, Producer – David Axelrod
  • Conductor – Don Randi
  • Engineer [Recording] – Joe Polito
  • Interviewee – David Axelrod
  • Interviewer – Brian DiGenti, Eothen Alapatt
  • Lacquer Cut By – Ron McMaster
  • Liner Notes – Eothen Alapatt
  • Performer – Al Casey , Allen Di Rienzo*, Alvin Dinkin, Anne Goodman, Arnold Belnick, Arthur Maebe*, Benjamin Barrett, Bobby Bruce, Carol Kaye, Douglas Davis, Earl Palmer, Freddie Hill, Gareth Nuttycombe, Gary Coleman, Gene Estes, Harold Schneier, Harry Bluestone, Harry Hyams, Henry Roth, Henry Sigismonti, Howard Roberts, Jack Shulman, Leonard Malarsky, Lew McCreary, Marshall Sosson, Myron Sandler, Nathan Ross, Ollie Mitchel*, Pete Wyant, Raphael Kramer, Richard Leith, Sid Sharp*, Tibor Zelig, Tony Terran, Vincent de Rosa*, Bill Hinshaw*
  • Reissue Producer – Eothen Alapatt
  • Text By [Captions and Additional Information] – Kristof Indeherberge

Notes

Originally reissued for Record Store Day 2018 as a 'RSD First' release, in an over-sized resealable poly-bag with large Record Store Day hype sticker. This lower part of the hype sticker is not on the later released retail pressing.

Lacquered directly from Axelrod's original Eq'ed master tapes at Capitol Records by Ron McMaster.

Contains 28 page booklet containing never before seen photos and an interview with Axelrod.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 59457 51651 2
  • Matrix / Runout: B0028035-01-A G-1 RM
  • Matrix / Runout: B0028035-01-B G-1 RM

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
ST 2982 David Axelrod Song Of Innocence ‎(LP, Album) Capitol Records ST 2982 US 1968
7243 5 21588 2 9 David Axelrod Song Of Innocence ‎(CD, Album, RE, RP) Stateside 7243 5 21588 2 9 UK & Europe Unknown
none David Axelrod Song Of Innocence ‎(Acetate, LP, 12", TP) Capitol Records none US 1968
B0028035-01, NA 5165, NA 5165-CD-ST David Axelrod Song Of Innocence ‎(CD, Album, RE) Capitol Records, Now-Again Records, Now-Again Records, Universal Music Special Markets B0028035-01, NA 5165, NA 5165-CD-ST US 2018
none David Axelrod Song Of Innocence ‎(Cass, Album, Promo) Mo Wax none UK Unknown


Gashakar
Compared this to an original EMI U.k pressing and it sounds nowhere near as good,save your money and get out there and search for an original.I have found Two original copies in the last year so it can't be all that rare.
Hulbine
I've heard both an original US issue as well as the 70s 2nd pressing. This sounds equally as good and can be had at a fraction of the price. Also, it will be infinitely harder to find a NM or even VG+ original. This is the level all modern releases should be striving for, especially for the price. If this was selling for $50 -$100 then yea sure go find an OG. But since you can get it for $20, you should absolutely jump on it.
MegaStar
not sure , could be a faulty needle, but i swear to whatever that the drums are a lot more prevalent in the right channel. can someone either confirm or deny?
Paster
Thanks for the write up! I was beginning to notice this mixing style in some of my other lps , but only because of this record. Seems to be a mostly a jazz style mix, heavy drums in the right with the other noticeably prevelant melodies in the left. I 100% don’t like it, but I guess it’ll have to grow on me. Peace! =)
Brakree
This mixing style is typical for late 60's early 70's music.In that era people were hungry for music that really shows off what stereo imaging can do,Sounds a little crazy nowadays - but it is neither a faulty pressing/mixing nor a badly system configuration on your side.It is just some "flavour of time". :)If you like some other examples - go listen to "Take Five" by Dave Brubeck or if you want it to the "silly level" - listen to some of the early Beatles stereo mixes. That is true "Ping-Pong-Stereo".I think the level of separation on this release is still ok. There is enough crosstalk of the drums into the left channel.Given the age of the recording - this pressing sounds fine to my ears. The pressing itself is not so great. The copy I re-recorded had some very audible wow and flutter effects, pops and cracks are evident all the time, but not to a level that will destroy the experience. Outstanding music, good mastering, average pressing.My spectrum reading shows, that the source for the cut must have been an anlog (or very highres digital) one.Nice overall.
Kagaramar
I knew things weren't going to be great when the first thing I saw in the paper sleeve was a tendril of vinyl offcut. My record came dirty and scuffed, even with minor scratches. Judging by what looks like a drunk person has rammed it onto the spindle and the scratches in the first track, my copy appears to have been play tested. And even though they've warmed it up for me I had a hard time getting it back off the spindle because the hole is a little small.I had to turn the volume up significantly from the record I listened to before it to get a similar level. I would expect a record with sides as short as this to be louder. There is quite a lot of background noise. I can't be sure how much is vinyl noise and how much is simply noise from the recording and unfortunately I don't have an original to compare. But it's very distracting, almost unacceptable in quiet sections so I'm sure this disc is most of it. Overall the sound quality isn't too bad, but you just have to hope yours doesn't arrive all scuffed and scratched. Perhaps other copies are less noisy overall but I doubt it. The booklet is nice with a lot of info and photos, but at this price I expect much higher quality control on the record itself. And the jacket is rather flimsy and cheap. I would actually like a digital version of this master to cut out the unreliability of pressing plants, and a download card would have been nice at this price.For comparison, I bought a sealed 2000 pressing of Song of Experience at the same time as this, and it sounds far better than this version of Innocence, or at least my copy of it anyway. It was also just over half the price, and I was sure it was going to sound awful compared to this nice new expensive record, but it ended up being the other way around unfortunately.
Braendo
From "eq'd" master tapes, what does that mean? master tapes are mastered originals, what does eq'd (equalized) have to do with it? and 'from the original master tapes', doesn't means AAA. It might sound great, no doubt, but unless it says 'All Analogue' these days, it I very much doubt it is.
Balladolbine
There's a video on the Now Again website showing the lacquer being cut directly from the tape, with no digital gear in sight (see: http://www.rappcats.com/shop/song-of-innocence/). AAA is truly rare these days, no doubt, but this is a legitimate all-analog pressing.
Qumen
Hardly anything is all analog these days. If you reissue something on vinyl, particularly if its from a major label, they send you a digital master to use. Analog mastering typically is more expensive because it requires more equipment and more time, and original master tapes may have broken down anyway, so it's better to be concerned about sound quality than signal chain technology.
Phalaken
I don't mind the paper sleeve. My copy had no scuffs or marks and the sound quality is great.Downsides to me are the non-capital label on the record. And the flimsy cover, which is oversized to accommodate the booklet. There is already some seam split from its journey in the mail due to this.So to summarise, the sound quality is top notch, the booklet is great however I would have traded it for a capital label and a stronger cover.
MarF
This mastering/pressing sounds fantastic; I can't imagine we'll ever get a better vinyl reissue of this classic album. The packaging could be better, but give the record a cleaning and a new inner and you'll be fine. Based on the notes on the album, it sounds like it was an AAA mastering (lacquers created directly from tape), which doesn't happen often these days. Highly recommended!
Phain
Extremely disappointed at this reissue. It's probably my fault for assuming. Given Egon's deep love and respect for Axelrod, I honestly thought that this reissue was going to be at the level of the first run of the Now-Again Reserve Series. In some aspects, it is. Maybe if the term "Audiophile reissue" wasn't used so loosely. I don't own many audiophile reissues, but I can tell you that the ones I do own are proper in every way. Thick, sturdy jackets. Poly inner sleeves. Thick vinyl (minimum 180g). This doesn't come close. I don't even want to go into how shitty this jacket is. If you do end up purchasing, I highly suggest cleaning the record before playing. The booklet is pretty amazing too. Just be extremely clear on knowing what it is you're buying so that there's no disappointment. I just sincerely feel like this deserved so much more.
Goll
MikeTV421: Hey man, hope all is well with you. Thanks for taking the time to respond. I'm a bit confused as to why you felt the need to clear up what audiophile actually means since my post wasn't about that specifically, but rather my opinion and expectation on what the standard for an audiophile reissue (in its entirety) should be. Not sure where in my simple frustration as a consumer with too much wishful thinking allowed you to conclude that I have no idea what audiophile means, specially considering my personal standards for sound. However, I hope your post serves as a guide for anyone in the community who doesn't know what the term audiophile really is. Right on Mike. Thanks bro.
Ylal
You clearly don't understand what the term audiophile means... It means someone who cares about SOUND. All your complaints are about the jacket, sleeve, and thickness of the record. You are right that the term "audiophile reissue" is used too loosely. Usually it means exactly what you are complaining about....but that is incorrect. Audiophiles care about sound and this release sounds terrific.
Butius
Sold my Scorpio/180g Axelrod LPs in advance of this reissue series and I'm very happy with this pressing. Gave it a vacuum clean and a poly inner, it sounds perfect.
Kit
Picked this up in the UK on RSD and love it. I have a cd copy from years back and the sound of this press is a delight in comparison, loads of detail, nice and quiet with no major pops or crackles (those with noisy pressings obviously just had bad luck). The booklet and photos are excellent. Can't see what the problem is with the sleeve but then I haven't studied it closely. I was just excited to come across it by chance on the day, got it home, played it a couple of times, sounds fantastic. Go grab one if you can and don't worry about it, it's a good one.
in waiting
I wish they had kept the original Capitol label instead that black label. Also would it be so hard to reissue an album with a thick old style cardboard barcode-less sleeve? While the sound's great, I think many collectors would love to have a closest-to original repress even from the packaging side.
Kea
Are you all kidding me now with the paper sleeve comments? Provide your own damn sleeve if you don't like the one it came with. Furthermore, spend $200 to $400 on an original if you are that much of an "audiophile". This pressing sounds fine in my opinion, and I appreciate Now Again giving you more than just a record and actually giving you a booklet with more background on the artist than you might have know. Don't be talked out of buying this. Well worth my $27. Jeez people!
Moogura
"All the pieces matter..." - Det. Lester Freamon, The Wire ©
Steelrunner
I have to agree with the quibbles about the sleeve. They went with a wide spine so that it could hold the LP + the booklet, but they went too thin on the paper stock so it is super flimsy at that spine width. I would have been willing to spend an extra couple bucks for a tip-on like the Baby Huey reissue got. Record sounds solid.
Vishura
“audiophile reissue” comes in a paper sleeve with visible marks on vinyl and tons of surface noise
Vozilkree
This was the one RSD release I was really looking forward to purchasing. The good... magnificent job on the remastering, cannot fault it. Sonically a 9/10. The bad... poor pressing, sounded better after a clean which has gotten rid of most of the surface noise but the record itself was very dirty. Paper inner sleeve doesn’t help at all. The ‘ok’...album artwork has been recreated well, looks sharp but the cardboard stock used is very flimsy and will crease over time trying to hold the weight of the vinyl and booklet. Speaking of, the booklet is a fascinating read and includes pics I’ve never seen before but it doesn’t focus on just this one release, so I’m guessing it will be used for all the upcoming releases. The jury is out if I will purchase the remainder of the reissues.
Coiwield
Thanks for your remarks. I was considering buying this but will pass now. Shame that so many great albums have to suffer such poor pressings/releases.
Kanal
I’m still glad I got it- sounds decent enough, but would of happily forgone the fancy booklet for a better pressing.
Iaran
Mine does have marks and very occasional surface noise. By no means a deal breaker though - it sounds ace and I enjoyed my first listen.
Modifyn
That's too bad. The hype sticker reads like it's on point and then the pedigree flies off a cliff when it comes time to mention where the record is pressed. Roll the dice: Optimal/GZ/Pallas/Rainbo/Quality/Out Behind Someone's Garage... I guess that's why they call it a hype sticker. Sounds like the reemergence of another great title has been boogered by cutting corner$. I was hoping this would be a winner; if anyone can post _good_ experiences about this sonics of this reissue please do.
Use_Death
This is exactly why I passed on this release, had similar experience with this labels reissues. Luckily I could see the shitty paper sleeve through the poly bag and knew not to shell out $30 for this because the vinyl would be all marked up.
David Axelrod - Song Of Innocence mp3 album
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