Sea Level is the 1977 eponymous debut album by Sea Level which was released on the Capricorn Records label. All songs written By Chuck Leavell, except where noted. The Rain in Spain" – 6:47. Shake a Leg" (Edward Hoerner) – 3:53. Country Fool" – 3:39. Nothing Matters But the Fever" – 7:20. Grand Larceny" (Neil Larsen) –5:22. Scarborough Fair" (Traditional) – 5:32. Just a Good Feeling" – 3:01. Chuck Leavell – keyboards, lead vocals. Jimmy Nalls – guitars, vocals.
Below Sea Level follows the creative process of tracing the contours of the landscape to discover the ephemeral acoustic environment. There is very little evidence of previously detailed musical, acoustical or aural studies of the Fens despite music composition and the natural sonic landscape being associated together since the eighteenth century (Vivaldi wrote his composition The Four Seasons in 1723). Books have been written, maps drawn and photographs taken, but never a sonic exploration of areas that reside below mean sea level . Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Songs in album Sea Level - Sea Level (1977).
Sea Level is the 1977 eponymous debut album by Sea Level and was released on the Capricorn Records label. Please support this channel and help me upload more videos.
Sea Level's best and most representative album, 1977's "Sea Level" provides a unique listening experience. The music is primarily R&B tinged rock with killer fusion instrumentals thrown in (Tidal Wave, The Rain in Spain, and Grand Larceny rank with the group's best known compositions). The group started as a side project during an Allman Brothers Band hiatus. Most, if not all, Sea Level members and collaborators had ties to the Allman Brothers.
Sea level – Mean sea level is an average level of the surface of one or more of Earths oceans from which heights such as elevations may be measured. A common and relatively straightforward mean sea-level standard is the midpoint between a low and mean high tide at a particular location. Sea levels can be affected by factors and are known to have varied greatly over geological time scales. Sea level varies quite a lot on several scales of time and this is because the sea is in constant motion, affected by the tides, wind, atmospheric pressure, local gravitational differences, temperature, salinity and so forth. The easiest way this may be calculated is by selecting a location and calculating the mean sea level at that point, for example, a period of 19 years of hourly level observations may be averaged and used to determine the mean sea level at some measurement point.