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Finch's second album, Beyond Expression, is a reasonable counterpart to Glory of the Inner Force, continuing as it does that album's approach of producing symphonic prog from heavy, Mahavishnu instrumental performances. Once again, the band produce a highly technically accomplished album with a level of complexity a cut above what many competitors in the symphonic field were producing at the time
In ’76 the second album "Beyond Expression" was released, it was acclaimed as Album of the week by radio and the broadcasting company Veronica and known music magazines were very positive. Finch’s second album rounds off some of the sharp edges, but it’s no less adventurous than the debut. The 20-minute A Passion Condensed will probably stand for all time as their defining masterpiece, its mood changes and structural layers revealing themselves after many attentive listens. Each passage merges easily into the next, showing Finch at the top of their game, each member completely dialed-in and making this huge piece work.
Beyond The Bizarre Part 1. 2:58. Beyond The Bizarre Part 2. 2:57. Finch (4). Beyond Expression (LP, Album). Beyond Expression (LP, Album, RE, EMI).
Yes, the level of complexity is what usually separates symphonic prog from other progressive sub-genres and Finch’s Beyond Expression is the perfect album to showcase what symphonic prog is all about. Not only is Finch’s second of three outings classically influenced with a strong-even balance of catchy rock and complex song structures, but the 3 lengthy tracks contained herein are vibrant and pack quite a large punch of emotional value as well; besides the fact that the three tracks are entirely instrumental. Beyond Expression begins with the lengthiest track, A Passion Condenser, clocking.
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Finch - Beyond ch - Beyond Expression - c. pg - . 9. Finch - Beyond Expression/Finch - Beyond Expression. Back To Oblivion '2014. Mythology (3CD) '2013. Stage '76 - Live '1999 Galleons Of Passion '1999.
Finch 1976 Beyond Expression. 01. A Passion Condensed (20:05) 02. Scars On The Ego (8:51) 03. Beyond The Bizarre (14:24). Cleem Determeijer, keyboards - Beer Klaasse, drums - Joop Van Nimwegen, guitars - Peter Vink, bass. Finch's second album certainly picked up where its predecessor had left things at, but it might just be that that they overeached themselves too. Indeed the group attacked their second album with the idea to go one further than previously, so they only did three tracks for Beyond Expression. While the album sold still at respectable levels, its clear that BE was simply too close to GOIF, yet not as good either, but this is only noticeable if you compare the two actively you might still need it again sometime soon.
|A Passion Condensed||(20:05)|
|1.1||A Passion Condensed Part 1||1:04|
|1.2||A Passion Condensed Part 2||4:15|
|1.3||A Passion Condensed Part 3||2:55|
|1.4||A Passion Condensed Part 4||2:59|
|1.5||A Passion Condensed Part 5||5:47|
|1.6||A Passion Condensed Part 6||3:05|
|Scars On The Ego||(8:51)|
|2.1||Scars On The Ego Part 1||2:21|
|2.2||Scars On The Ego Part 2||6:30|
|Beyond The Bizarre||(14:24)|
|3.1||Beyond The Bizarre Part 1||2:58|
|3.2||Beyond The Bizarre Part 2||2:57|
|3.3||Beyond The Bizarre Part 3||2:59|
|3.4||Beyond The Bizarre Part 4||5:30|
- Manufactured By – DADC Austria
- Recorded At – Intertone Studios
- Mixed At – Intertone Studios
- Remastered At – Digipro, Soest
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Negram B.V.
- Copyright (c) – Pseudonym Records
- Published By – Intersong Basart
- Designed At – Multipress / Studio 3
- Distributed By – Bertus
- Bass [Rickenbacker], Pedalboard [Pedal Bass (Moog Taurus)] – Peter Vink
- Composed By – Joop van Nimwegen
- Drums [Gretch] – Beer Klaasse
- Electric Guitar [Gibson Les Paul-Custom], Acoustic Guitar [Martin D35] – Joop van Nimwegen
- Electric Organ [Organ (Hammond L100)], Mellotron, Grand Piano [Steinway], Electric Piano [Wurlitzer], Synthesizer [ARP Axxe, Solina String-Ensemble] – Cleem Determeijer
- Engineer [Assistent-Engineer] – Pieter Boer
- Engineer [Engenireed By] – Jan van Vrijaldenhoven
- Photography By [Photos], Artwork [Frontsleeve Realization] – Studio Artrun Ltd.
- Producer [Produced By] – Roy Beltman
- Remastered By [Digital Re-mastered By] – Digipro, Peter Vink
NotesOn tray card:
All tracks are digitally transfered from the original master tapes
Digital re-mastered: Digipro, Soest, Holland
Total playing time: 43.30
Lyrics sheet inside
℗ 1976 Negram B.V.
© 1994 Pseudonym Records Holland
Distribution Benelux: Bertus Distributie
The music was composed and rehearsed during summer and autumn of 1975.
Recorded and mixed at the Intertone-Studio, Heemstede, Holland, January-February 1976.
Digital re-mastered by Digipro, Soest, Holland & Peter Vink
"limited edition gold disc 1000 copies"
℗ 1976 Negram B.V.
© 1994 Pseudonym Records Holland
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 8 712488 004112
- Barcode (String): 8712488004112
- Rights Society: STEMRA
- Matrix / Runout: CDP 1015-DD 23 B1 [DADC Austria logo]
|NK 203, NK-203||Finch||Beyond Expression (LP, Album)||Negram, Negram||NK 203, NK-203||Netherlands||1976|
|SHVL-618, NK-203A||Finch||Beyond Expression (LP, Album)||Harvest, Negram||SHVL-618, NK-203A||Australia||1976|
|CDP 1015 DD, CDP-1015-DD||Finch||Beyond Expression (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, RP, Son)||Pseudonym, Pseudonym||CDP 1015 DD, CDP-1015-DD||Benelux||Unknown|
|5N 062-25437||Finch||Beyond Expression (LP, Album, RE, EMI)||Negram, EMI||5N 062-25437||Netherlands||1980|
|CDP 1015 DD, CDP-1015-DD||Finch||Beyond Expression (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, DAD)||Pseudonym, Pseudonym||CDP 1015 DD, CDP-1015-DD||Benelux||Unknown|