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  1. The Marble Index is the second solo album and third studio album by German musician Nico, which was released in November on Elektra avant-garde sound introduced in the album—a stark contrast with her folk pop debut, Chelsea Girl—was the result of the combination of Nico's droning harmonium and somber vocals, and producer John Cale's musical arrangements, which were Genre: Avant-garde, art rock, psychedelia.
  2. Mar 21,  · THE MARBLE INDEX is a scary, deeply unsettling record, with Nico's low-affect voice and those twisted John Cale semi-classical arrangements. It's also a work of tremendous power and artistic achievement, absolutely on a par with her Velvet Underground work. Not a cheerful listen, but beyond essential/5(51).
  3. Explore releases from The Marble Index at Discogs. Shop for Vinyl, CDs and more from The Marble Index at the Discogs Marketplace. The Marble Index: The Marble Index (Album) 4 versions: Death Of Rec. Canada: Sell This Version: 4 versions The Marble Index: Not So Bright ‎ (CD, Single, Promo) Death Of Records: UMCR Canada.
  4. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Marble Index on Discogs. Label: Elektra - • Format: CD Album, Reissue • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • /5(23).
  5. Nov 04,  · They specialize in obscure sixties gems, like The Marble Index. The packaging, from what I can tell from seeing pictures (I was born in '89 and have never seen an old copy of the album), is identical to what you would have gotten in '69, minus the Elektra logos, which have been swapped out for Sundazed's own/5(53).
  6. The Marble Index is Nico’s second solo album, released in November on Elektra Records. It is the first release in which Nico presents songs of her own authorship, which she composed in a.
  7. Product Description [Note: This product is an authorized, licensed CD-R and is manufactured on demand] The former Velvet Underground chanteuse's second solo album, The Marble Index, remains capable, decades after its gestation, of reducing the most vibrant of social gatherings to a morbid silence within three tracks. The Marble Index never got played on the radio, except by disc /5(33).

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