Gil Mellé – Mindscape

LP/CD, Blue Note, 1989

Rippling New Age-y synths meet fusion-inspired soundtrack impressionism, on this atypical (to say the least) late 80s Blue Note release. Mellé is best known for his wonderful electronic score for The Andromeda Strain in 1971 (dig that extraordinary sleeve also), and he provided music for classic 1970s US TV shows like Columbo and Kolchak the Night Stalker. He played everything here, produced the album, even painted the sleeve image. He died in 2004.

A1. Mindscape (3:37)
A2. Message from Mozambique (5:58)
A3. Shadow and Substance (13:51)
Part 1 – Vintage Autumn
Part 2 – Experiment Perilous
Part 3 – Zero in the Universe
B1. Bird of Paradise (3:39)
B2. Double Exposure (2:55)
B3. The Blue Lion (5:43)
B4. Neon Canyons (5:43)
B5. Swamp Girl (4:17)

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3 thoughts on “Gil Mellé – Mindscape

  1. BCR says:

    really dig on the andromeda strain sndtrk…this should be pleasing to my ears as well. thanx for sharing!

  2. drfeelgoed says:

    Listening now to Message From Mozambique through headphones, excellent vinyl rip, thank you very much, never heard of this album before!

  3. Steve says:

    Nice one! Thank you.

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