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David Thomas
Edheldred, Vol. 1 [Imperium Romanum]

David Thomas — Edheldred, Vol. 1 [Imperium Romanum] (July 1, 2015)   David Thomas — Edheldred, Vol. 1 [Imperium Romanum] 

Birth name: David Lynn Thomas
Born: June 14, 1953, Miami, Florida, United States
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Album release: July 1, 2015
Record Label: T.M.P Netlabel
Duration:     49:02
01. Imperium Romanum     4:06
02. Precious Rome     3:44
03. Pax Romana     4:48
04. Centurion     4:32
05. Battle Of Alesia     2:41
06. Egypt And Rome     3:18
07. Emblem Of Rome     5:16
08. Lords Of Colosseum     4:46
09. The Last Fight     3:50
10. Honor In A Victory     4:02 
11. The Road To Freedom     4:14
12. Divi Filius     3:45                                                             © David Thomas
≡★≡  David Lynn Thomas is known primarily as a co–founder of the short–lived proto–punk band Rocket From The Tombs and member of Pere Ubu. The first team played under the name Hippopotamus Crocus (Crocus Behemoth). Most often she performed as a singer, but you could play guitar, trombone and a number of tools. The area of ​​their interests Thomas described as "gestalt culture, geography and sound." Through his work permeates a number of recurring themes — the American system of trails, "junk" tourist culture, Brian Wilson (Brian Wilson) and AM–radio. Thomas has long been one of the iconic characters of the American punk and rock; to this day many remember his characteristic high–pitched voice.
≡★≡  Thomas was born in Florida (Florida), I grew up — in Cleveland, Ohio (Cleveland, Ohio). His first project was already mentioned Rocket From the Tombs — stretching, however, only a year. Later, David founded the band Pere Ubu, which included successfully performed from 1975 to 1982–th. Leaving Pere Ubu, Thomas worked for some time with a number of well–known musicians. Among other things, fate brought him to Richard Thompson (Richard Thompson), Moksemom Philip (Philip Moxham), Lindsay Cooper (Lindsay Cooper) and Chris Cutler (Chris Cutler). ≡★≡  For a while David was playing in the style that is virtually indistinguishable from the style of Pere Ubu. Over time he began to develop his own style. Of particular interest is the text of Thomas — rather complicated, confusing and actively exaggerate bird theme.
Website: http://www.ubuprojex.com/ / http://thomas-music-productions.com/netlabel.html
March 12th, 2011 | http://www.theclevelandsound.com/?p=4068
Artist Biography by Jason Ankeny
≡★≡  The longtime frontman of the seminal art–punk band Pere Ubu, David Thomas was born June 14, 1953 in Moss Point, MS. A one–time music journalist, he first attracted attention as a performer during the mid–'70s while leading the Cleveland–based cult favorites Rocket from the Tombs; in 1975, he and fellow rock scribe Peter Laughner formed Pere Ubu, debuting later that year with the single "30 Seconds Over Tokyo." With their noisy, anarchic sound and Thomas' wailing, scattershot vocals, Ubu emerged as one of the key underground acts of the punk era, issuing a series of classic LPs including 1978's The Modern Dance, 1979's Dub Housing, and 1980's The Art of Walking to critical applause and commercial indifference before dissolving in 1982. Thomas had already begun a solo career a year earlier with The Sound of the Sand (And Other Songs of the Pedestrians), a collaboration with guitar virtuoso Richard Thompson, and in 1983, he released both Variations on a Theme and Winter Comes Home. Efforts including More Places Forever and Monster Walks the Winter Lake followed before Thomas released 1987's Blame the Messenger, recorded with a backing band dubbed the Wooden Birds; the group's lineup included fellow Pere Ubu alums Allen Ravenstine and Tony Maimone, and when another onetime bandmate, drummer Scott Krauss, sat in for a Cleveland live date, the decision was made to begin working as Ubu again. The re–formed lineup debuted in 1988 with The Tenement Year, and despite a series of roster shifts, continued on throughout the decade to follow; in 1996, Thomas also released a new solo LP, Erewhon, with new backing band the Two Pale Boys, which also featured avant trumpeter Andy Diagram (also of the Diagram Brothers, the Honkies, and the Spaceheads) and sonic manipulator Keith Molene. His musical theater project, Mirror Man, debuted in London two years later and was released on CD in 1999; Bay City followed on Thirsty Ear a year later. The second Pale Boys album, Surf's Up, appeared in 2001.

David Thomas
Edheldred, Vol. 1 [Imperium Romanum]