Blaine l. reininger - brussels/usa the best of blaine l. reininger, vol.1


Europe proved a creative but demanding environment for the group, who moved first to Rotterdam, then Brussels. From their hectic concert and recording schedule between March 1981 and April 1983, four key recordings emerged, beginning with the score for a Maurice Bejart ballet in March 1982, released as Divine . The album Suite En Sous-Sol followed shortly after, as well as a trio of classic singles for Les Disques du Crépuscule: Ninotchka , Time To Lose and The Cage . The most ambitious band project from 1982, an 'opera without words' known as The Ghost Sonata , performed in Italy in July, remained unreleased until 1990.


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