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Larry Voltz - The Last Rainbow Full Album
Experimental, Dark Ambient
  • Performer:
    Larry Voltz
  • Title:
    The Last Rainbow
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Experimental, Dark Ambient
  • Release date:
    1981
  • Country:
    US
  • Size FLAC version
    1695 mb
  • Size MP3 version
    2203 mb
  • Record from:
    Vinyl, LP, Album

Tracklist

1Danskin Danceking Demons4:16
2On The Roof4:52
3Little More Time3:41
4Water Is The Window3:48
5Sitcom3:58
6The Last Rainbow5:25
7The American Dreamer4:08
8Gizmo Su4:08
9Radio5:42

Credits

  • Composed By, Guitar, Bass, Arp, Synthesizer, Vocals, Arranged By, Concept By, Design, ProducerLarry Voltz

Notes

With Printed Inner-Sleeve

Album

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Excellent and should be reissued. And five more unnecessary words.
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Through his words and music, Larry Voltz skillfully creates a vision of a lonely and dysfunctional future based on actions (and lack of action) by humans in the present. It’s not a pretty picture, and he hints that it may arrive sooner than later. On “Water Is the Window” and “On the Roof,” he addresses apathy for the environment and its consequence: ending up like the ossified fallout victims on the front cover. “Sitcom” comments on the media’s power to manipulate and suggests that political coverage on television has no more substance than an episode of Three’s Company. Set to a spacy C&W waltz, “The American Dreamer” denounces consumerism and willful ignorance with a sharp sense of humor. Urban shysters and con artists appear as creatures from some sci-fi nightmare in the creepy “Danskin Danceking Demons.” Despite the discord, Larry is hopeful about matters of the heart on the closer “Gizmo Su”: turns out love is the only thing worth pursuing in this bleak world. Maybe the future isn’t all that different from the present.

The Last Rainbow is an ambitious and creative work that never falls back on a formula. By crafting the music and releasing the LP solely on his own, Mr. Voltz’s purity of artistic vision could not be stronger and makes the record that much more worthy of investigation. Although Larry was just 19 when he recorded the album (he looks well out of his twenties on the sleeve), his observations are mature and thought-provoking. He voices his concerns about corruption, pollution, greed and the shallowness of modern culture without being heavy-handed. His most arty lyrics belong to the album’s title track, but in actuality, the song is instrumental with the words appearing only on the back cover (and additional “bonus” lyrics printed on the inner sleeve). I suspect that “The Last Rainbow” began life as an epic poem (from a creative writing project?) and the idea evolved into a concept album. Voltz was clearly limited financially by having to orchestrate the album in his bedroom (proudly stated on the sleeve), but his chilly electro-rock sound establishes the mood wonderfully. Unconventional song structures on the record enhance the sense of displacement and unease. An example occurs in the middle of the second verse of “Water Is the Window,” when an unexpected shift to a major key progression announced by a slide guitar solo effectively transports the listener to a happy dream. But the dream is quickly revealed to be a nightmare, and we’re seamlessly dropped back into reality. Unlike many one-man, DIY home recordings, the sound of the album is full and professional. He multi-tracks his vocals with proficiency, and his intricate, harmonized guitar runs impressively hit the mark. Brian May and Tom Scholz were obviously heroes, and perhaps George Orwell provided thematic inspiration. I was introduced to this album through Enjoy the Experience, an outstanding book on private press recordings. After seeing the cover art, I mistakenly assumed that the album would be calculated camp. In reality, it’s a genuine, thoughtful and important musical statement, and given the fact that it’s a completely self-contained effort from a Texas kid barely out of high school, it’s nothing short of miraculous.