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Captain Beyond
Captain Beyond
Hard Rock,Prog-Rock
Date of release:
Recording location:
Sunset Sound Recorders, Hollywood, CA
FLAC vers. size:
1553 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1971 mb
WMA vers. size:
1105 mb
Other formats
4.3 ★

Captain Beyond is the self-titled debut album by Captain Beyond, released in 1972, featuring former members of Iron Butterfly, Deep Purple, Johnny Winter, and Rick Derringer. The album cover for the . release included 3-D artwork (using lenticular printing). The album was dedicated to the memory of Duane Allman, who Captain Beyond drummer Bobby Caldwell had played with in an informal capacity.

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Captain Beyond is the self-titled debut album by Captain Beyond, released in 1972, and featured former members of Iron Butterfly, Deep Purple, Johnny Winter, and Rick Derringer. release included 3-D artwork (using lenticular printing)

Captain Beyond : Captain Beyond,альбом, рецезия, трек-лист, mp3, тексты песен. Дата релиза Июнь 1972. Лейблы Capricorn Records (USA-1). Музыкальный стильProgressive Rock. Владельцы этого альбома9. 1. Dancing Madly Backwards.

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 Dancing Madly Backwards (On a Sea of Air) Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 4:01
2 Armworth Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 1:48
3 Myopic Void Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 3:30
4 Mesmerization Eclipse Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 3:48
5 Raging River of Fear Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 3:47
6 Thousand Days of Yesterdays (Intro) Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 1:19
7 Frozen Over Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 3:46
8 Thousand Days of Yesterdays (Time Since Come and Gone) Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 3:56
9 I Can't Feel Nothin', Pt. 1 Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 3:06
10 As the Moon Speaks (To the Waves of the Sea) Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 2:25
11 Astral Lady Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 0:15
12 As the Moon Speaks (Return) Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 2:13
13 I Can't Feel Nothin', Pt. 2 Bobby Caldwell / Rod Evans Captain Beyond 1:13


Gene Brownell - Photography
Bobby Caldwell - Composer
Bobby Caldwell - Bells, Drums, Keyboards, Percussion, Piano, Vibraphone, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Captain Beyond - Arranger, Primary Artist, Producer
Wayne Dailey - Engineer
Wayne Dailey - Engineer
Lee Dorman - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Keyboards, Piano, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Rod Evans - Composer, Vocals, Vocals (Background)
Steve Fallone - Digital Remastering
Guille Garcia - Congas, Percussion
Joe Garnett - Illustrations
Paul Hornsby - Organ
Larry "Rhino" Rheinhart - Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Slide Guitar
Martin Rodriguez - Drums, Vocals (Background)
Johnny Sandlin - Mixing
Reese Wynans - Piano, Piano (Electric)
  • Bliss
One of the truly great LPs of all time. Original pressings had the 3-D cover which is also very cool. Led by the great sounding former Deep Purple vocalist, Rod Evans, Captain Beyond take the listener through a progressive hard rock journey. This album offers some of the best heavy rock songs ever released like "Dancing Madly Backwards (On A Sea Of Air)", "Mesmerization Eclipse", and "Raging River Of Fear". Every other song on this album is great as well. A very unique album by a cult band that has achieved legendary status. Essential.
  • Bev
While most progressive bands of the era were of a kinder, gentler, psychedelic bent, Captain Beyond thundered onto the scene with a cocaine fueled (just what do you think the Captain is standing on?) song cycle that rocketed from one song to the next in a mad rush to the stars. And what a trip it was. There had simply been nothing like it at the time, and I still haven't heard anything quite as simply perfect to this day. While hard rock in format, they had crazed fantasy lyrics, wild time signatures and tight playing to equal the best of their prog peers. Of course, they were in their own way a super-group. Some of the lyrics might seem a bit dated as any 70's band, but the sound is fresh even by today's standards. The album works almost as a song-cycle, the way the tracks are sequenced doesn't give you any time to catch your breath. The subject matter ranged from drug-fueled fantasies about hallucinations to war and death.Take the bizarre lyrics of "Armworth" as an example, and pit it against the then current crop of British progsters: "What was my arm worthwhen they took it away?"In a spirited rush, I said,of Armistice DayWhere did they put it, fella?Where and which way?Did it stop the mad chargethat the enemy made?Or is it with my brother,is it with my brotherin a meaningless grave?Tell me where?Tell me where do I go to find it?...I really think that after being booted from Deep Purple, Rod Evans set out with Bobby Caldwell to prove to his ex-band that he could write heavy progressive that blew the doors off of DP's previous efforts.As Ed mentions, this was originally offered with a 3D LP cover on Capricorn records. Worth seeking out for the vinyl junky, the quality was quite high for 70's licorice. I have 2, as well as the CD. This is one of those albums that you leap up to turn over for side 2. It can't happen soon enough. This is a solid 5 star outing. It's a classic, it was ground breaking, and it has never been equaled. CB would go in a completely different direction on their next outing with similarly striking results.
  • Maman
This Captain Beyond album is truly what I call a shooting star, both in album and in band. They came together and produced an album unlike most rock albums. It contains a great performance from all of its members plus rock, jazz, prog, poetry, mystical adventures and a 3-D cover on the original LP. It's jam packed. True, it does sound a bit cheesy at times now, but it's 43 plus years later. Don't forget, most of us at the time this was released were wearing platforms, bell bottoms, "tennis shoes, or an occasional python boot", FZ, and taking whatever we could get our hands on from down at the local park where any good Hippie playing frisbee could be found, so let's not criticize to much about it's dated sound. I was also fortunate enough to see it performed live. A timeless moment in 70's teen lore. I loved this album, and still enjoy a good dose of "Dancing Madly Backwards...".
  • Golden Lama
Captain Beyond features hard rock in a suite-like architecture that is more like what the Beatles did with pop music on the second side of Abbey Road than traditional song structure. There may be an introduction that segues into a separate brief cut or two with the primary material returning for its own time slice before a finale. Meter and tempo changes abound, and the hard rock is occasionally relieved by more lyrical sections. There are three such "suites" plus two stand-alone tracks which incorporate their own sectional edifices. The end result is an exciting roller coaster ride that avoids the repetitive tedium that riff rock can be subject to.The lyrics are of the cosmic philosophical sort but are benign enough not to wear out their welcome, as other more guttural or demonic examples can. The album's rhythmic strengths are evident from the first pounding bars of the CD, and vocalist Rod Evans is strong, as is guitarist Rhino. The latter occasionally inserts some tasty slide riffs, appropriate for an album dedicated to the memory of Duane Allman.Highly recommended!
  • Bluddefender
Absolutely outstanding album! 43 years later and I never tire of listening to it. Complex, flowing, non-stop journey. As stated in the AllMusic review, it is "One of a Kind".
  • Hasirri
An amazzing album with such a rich complexity that still powerful today. A "must listen" albun of an amazing band.
  • Ndav
I saw Captain Beyond at the Philadelphia Spectrum, Summer of 1972. I was 15. I was there to see Allman Brothers Band. The next day, I was at the record store, but not looking for ABB. Captain Beyond's debut album today remains my SINGLE favorite rock album. And it never gets old, ever. I've carried on love affairs with umpteen rock bands, but CB is the album I want to be buried with, because it most closely defines my R/R musical experience.The album is musically astonishing. I loathe the term, "lightning in a bottle", but what else says it? It's a 40-minute "Wall of Sound". The lead-in guitar riff pulls you in, grabs on, and does not let go. The boys rehearsed the material for 3 months straight, so the record is absolutely airtight, utterly seamless, from one riff to the next. After the raw power of "Mezmiration Eclipse" and "Raging River of Fear", the band senses the need to pull back. We're then treated to the "Thousand Days...Intro", a brilliant lead-in to another rock onslaught of intense power. The band might not feel nuthin', but we certainly do! That song is a runaway train of intense rock, leading into "Frozen Over". By this time, we're already impressed, but then "Thousand Days of Yesterdays" reveals a versatility we do not expect. The song is a work of genius--perhaps a bit dated in its use of vaguely "doo-wop" backing vocals, but why sweat small details?The last 10 minutes of the album has some of the most haunting and satisfying guitar riffs and vocals I've ever had the pleasure to experience. Rod Evans' sincere interpretation of "As the Moon Speaks.." lends complete legitimacy to a difficult theme of lonely, existential longing. Evans' effort on this record can be equaled, but never surpassed. If this record doesn't move you musically, check your pulse. You might be dead. There is no finer rock album in existence.T. Wall, Jr.8/26/2017
  • Bundis
A good album, but not a truly great one. The band's line up is interesting and, because of this, I was expecting something more in the vein of straight ahead hard/heavy rock. It's as though these rock musicians were put in a room for a week and made to listen to English 'prog' the entire time immediate to recording this album. Nevertheless, a recommended buy.