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Brian Eno – Pellisero Wine Promo CD [FLAC]

Brian Eno – Pellisero Wine Promo CD
2003
FLAC

A rather strange one this!

In 2003, to promote an Italian wine (Pellisero), for some reason, a promotional CD was sent to wine distributors!

Very surreal!! … Eno music never really encourages me to drink wine! Everything else does, however!

This promotional CD included 5 unreleased Brian Eno tracks.

The music sounds like outtakes from “Bell Studies” period.

Ripped in FLAC with cover scans.

Tracklisting

1) Study 16 (x5, x3, series ratios) 2:32
2) Study 17 (pythgorean ratios) 4:12
3) If a bell became a drone 2:14
4) Campion Bells 2:25
5) Bell Study with distant delay 5:22

Big thanks to cosmos65



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October 13, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, Music_Electronica, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Dungen: 4

Dungen

photo: Karl Max

From blogger.xs4all.nl/werksman/

Dungen has been at the vanguard of Swedish progressive rock since 2001. Led by Gustav Ejstes, the main composer, singer and instrumentalist, they continue to explore the meandering soundscapes peppered with the occasional guitar outburst. Their latest album 4 is more jazzy and sometimes even poppy than its predecessors, while retaining the seventies classic rock of feel of Pink Floyd albums like Obscure By Clouds and the output of Mike Oldfield.

Gustav Ejstes doesn’t play any guitar on this album, bringing his piano chops to the fore. His vocals are carefully floating on top of the tracks, serving as an extra instrumental layer.

4

4 is released on Kemado Records.

Tracks:

  1. Sätt Att Se
  2. Mälerås Finest
  3. Det Tar Tid
  4. Samtidigt 1
  5. Ingenting Är Sig Likt
  6. Fredag
  7. Finns Det Någon Möjlighet
  8. Mina Damer Och Fasaner
  9. Samtidigt 2
  10. Bandhagen

USA tour:

  • 10/24 Brooklyn, NY, Music Hall of Williamsburg (CMJ/Kemado)
  • 10/26 Northampton, MA, Pearl Street
  • 10/27 Hoboken, NJ, Maxwell’s
  • 10/28 Philadelphia, PA, Johnny Brenda’s
  • 10/30 Boston, MA, Great Scott
  • 10/31 Toronto, ONT, Horseshoe Tavern
  • 11/01 Ann Arbor, MI, Blind Pig
  • 11/02 Chicago, IL, Bottom Lounge
  • 11/04 Minneapolis, MN, 400 Bar
  • 11/07 Seattle, WA, Chop Suey
  • 11 Portland, OR, Doug Fir
  • 11/10 San Francisco, CA, Bottom of the Hill
  • 11/11 Visalia, CA, Cellar Door
  • 11/12 Los Angeles, CA, The Echo

MP3: Dungen – Sätt att se

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October 12, 2008 Posted by | Dungen, Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, Music_Jazz, Sweden, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Sun City Girls – Second Shitload of SCG albums!!

The Sun City Girls were a fine experimental rock band formed in Phoenix, Arizona in 1982.

The members were Alan Bishop (bass guitar, vocals), his brother Richard Bishop (guitar, piano), and the late Charles Gocher (drums).

More here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sun_City_Girls

They released about 33,000 albums! Here’s a rough discography listing!

Cassettes / LPs / CDs etc

* Sun City Girls LP (Placebo) 1984
* Grotto of Miracles LP (Placebo) 1986
* Midnight Cowboys from Ipanema CS (Breakfast Without Meat) 1986, LP/CD reissue (Amarillo Records) 1994
* Horse Cock Phepner (Placebo) LP/CS 1987
* God is My Solar System 1982 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Superpower 1982-83 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Hatchet Rain 1983 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Bleach Has Feelings, Too! 1983-85 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* To Cover Up Your Right To Live 1983-85 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Def in Italy 1984 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Folk Songs of The Rich and Evil 1985 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Fresh Kill of a Cape Hunting Dog 1985-86 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Exotica on Five Dollars a Day 1986 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Fruit of The Womb 1986 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Polite Deception 1986 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Famous Asthma 1986-87 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* The Palm Leaves of Victory 1986-87 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Cloaven Theatre #1 1987 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Cloaven Theatre #2 1987 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* Tibetan Jazz 666 1987 CS (Cloaven) 1987
* The Multiple Hallucinations of an Assassin 1987-88 CS (Cloaven) 1989
* Cloaven Theatre #3 1988 CS (Cloaven) 1989
* Audio Letter to Mitch Meyers 1988 CS (Cloaven) 1989
* That Old Western Sieve 1988 CS (Cloaven) 1989
* Graverobbing in the Future 1988 CS (Cloaven) 1989
* Extra-Sensory Defection CS (Cloaven) 1989
* Torch of the Mystics LP (Majora) 1990, CD reissue (Tupelo) 1993
* The Great North American Tricksters CS (Cloaven) 1990
* Dawn of the Devi LP (Majora) 1991
* Live from Planet Boomerang 2-LP (Majora) 1992
* Bright Surroundings, Dark Deginnings LP (Majora) 1993, CD reissue (Majora) 1998
* Valentines from Matahari LP (Majora) 1993, CD reissue (Majora) 1998
* Live at C.O.N. Artists LP (Poon Village) 1993
* Pelican 92 CS (Abduction) 1993
* Kaliflower CD/LP (Abduction) 1993
* Juggernaut LP (Abduction) 1994
* Piasa…Devourer of Men LP (Abduction) 1994
* Jacks Creek LP (Abduction) 1994
* Dante’s Disneyland Inferno 2-CD (Abduction) 1996, 3-LP reissue (Locust) 2002
* Wah CD (Abduction) 2002
* 330,003 Crossdressers from Beyond the Rig Veda 2-CD (Abduction) 1996, 3-LP reissue (Locust) 2001
* Live from the Land of the Rising Sun City Girls CD (Japan Overseas) 1997
* Box of Chameleons 3-CD box (Abduction) 1997
* Dulce soundtrack LP (Abduction) 1998
* Cameo Demons and Their Manifestations CD (Abduction) 2000 – CFR vol. 1
* The Dreamy Draw CD (Abduction) 2000 – CFR vol. 2
* Superculto CD (Abduction) 2000 – CFR vol. 3
* A Bullet Through the Last Temple CD (Abduction) 2000 – CFR vol. 4
* Severed Finger With a Wedding Ring CD (Abduction) 2000 – CFR vol. 5
* Sumatran Electric Chair CD (Abduction) 2001 – CFR vol. 6
* Libyan Dream CD reissue (Abduction) 2001 – CFR vol. 7
* The Handsome Stranger CD (Abduction) 2001 – CFR vol. 8
* High Asia/Lo Pacific 2-CD reissue (Abduction) 2001 – CFR vols. 9 & 10
* Flute and Mask CD (Abduction) 2002
* God is My Solar System/Superpower 2-LP reissue (Eclipse) 2003
* Bleach Has Feelings, Too!/To Cover Up Your Right To Live 2-LP reissue (Eclipse) 2003
* Carnival Folklore Resurrection Radio 2-CD (Abduction) 2004 – CFR vols. 11 & 12
* The Fresh Kill of a Cape Hunting Dog / Def In Italy 2-LP reissue (Eclipse) 2004
* 98.6 IS DEATH CD (Abduction) 2004 – CFR vol. 13
* Folk Songs of the Rich and Evil / Exotica on $5 a Day 2-LP reissue (Eclipse) 2005
* Uncle Jim’s Superstars of Greenwich Meantime LP (Black Velvet Fuckere Records) 2005
* Static from the Outside Set CD (Abduction) 2006 – CFR vol. 14
* Uncle Jim’s Superstars of Greenwich Meantime CD reissue (Abduction) 2006
* Live Room CD (Three Lobed) 2006
* Djinn Funnel LP (Nashazphone) 2006
* Piano Bar LP (Ri Be Xibalba) 2006
* For Drummers Only LP (Ri Be Xibalba) 2006
* Beginnings Dark LP (Enterruption) 2007
* Mister Lonely: Music From A Film By Harmony Korine with J. Spaceman LP/CD (Drag City) 2008

7″ records

* And So The Dead Tongue Sang (Pulp) 1987
* You’re Never Alone With a Cigarette (Majora) 1990
* Three Fake Female Orgasms 2×7″ (Majora) 1991
* Let’s Just Lounge (Majora) 1992
* Napoleon and Josephine (Scratch) 1992
* Caroliner tribute split 7″ with the Thinking Fellers (Nuf Sed) 1992
* Eye Mohini (Majora) 1992
* Borungku Si Derita 2×7″ (Majora) 1993
* Live…For Chilly (bootleg) 1993
* Carl the Barber (I Don’t Feel a Thing) 2003
* Uncle Jim’s True Confessions of Homeland Security (Empirical) 2003


We already posted a Shitload of SCG albums some months back; shitload-of-scg

Here’s a Second Shitload!

Some of the same titles but different links.

This of course is an incomplete discography! Just a tranche of their voluminous output!

If anyone’s got some good other SCG stuff – including video – please do drop us a line!


Here be some drops in the SCG ocean! …..

1984 – Sun City Girls
1986 – Grotto of Miracles
1987 – Horse Cock Phepner
1990 – Torch of the Mystics
1991 – Dawn of the Devi
1992 – Live From Planet Boomerang 1 2
1993 – Bright Surroundings, Dark Beginnings
1993 – Pelican 92 72.96
1993 – Live at C.O.N. Artists
1993 – Kaliflower
1993 – Valentines from Matahari
1994 – Juggernaut
1994 – Midnight Cowboys From Ipanema…
1994 – Piasa…Devourer of Men
1995 – Jacks Creek
1996 – 330,003 Crossdressers from Beyond the Rig Veda 1 2 3
1996 – Dante’s Disneyland Inferno 1 2 3
1996 – Live from the Land of the Rising Sun City Girls
1997 – Box Of Chameleons 1 2 3
1998 – Dulce
2002 – Flute and Mask
2002 – Wah
2006 – Djinn Funnel
2006 – For Drummers Only
2006 – Live Room
2006 – Piano Bar
2006 – Montreal Pop

Big thanks to experimentaletc and acetoeteno



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October 10, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, music_Garage, Sun City Girls, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Sonic Youth – The Destroyed Room: B-Sides & Rarities (FLAC)

Sonic Youth – The Destroyed Room: B-Sides & Rarities
Mp3 @ 320 kbps / FLAC


Tracklisting

01 – Fire Engine Dream (10:22)
02 – Fauxhemians (4:04)
03 – Razor Blade (1:08)
04 – Blink (5:27)
05 – Campfire (2:19)
06 – Loop Cat (5:39)
07 – Kim’s Chords (6:02)
08 – Beautiful Plateau (3:07)
09 – Three-Part Sectional Love Seat (8:16)
10 – Queen Anne Chair (4:37)
11 – The Diamond Sea (25:48)

Here she be:

320 kbps:

FLAC:

Quote:



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0. go to the bottom of the page
1. click: сюда or просмотра рекламы
2. click link (JobList.ru – лучшие вакансии) or any other link
3. wait 30 seconds (look right – up corner)
4. a new page appears with 4 numbers code (like a rapidshare, at the bottom of the page)
5. write it and click on red arrow >
6. click : ckayatb > (or click on red arrow or click link)

-or-

ANOTHER GUIDE: http://weaponofsound.blogspot……derru.html

and a tip:
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Much-much faster!

You can also d/l more than one files simultaneously.

Big thanks to the original poster



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October 8, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, Sonic Youth, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

György Ligeti – Mechanical Music (1997)

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György Ligeti – Mechanical Music (1997)
Audio CD (May 20, 1997)
Label: Sony
ASIN: B0000029P2
Mp3 @ 192 kbps cbrspan

Wonderful and beautiful modern experimental music from the great Gyorgy Ligeti!

This CD was part 5 of an extensive Sony Ligeti series that’s sadly soon to be deleted.

Although Gyorgy Ligeti is best known for his eerie, tonally ambiguous choral and orchestral writing (immortalized in 2001: A Space Odyssey), this collection of works for musical automata–player piano, barrel organ, and metronomes–includes some of his most astonishing music.

The player piano pieces are an exhilarating, intensely physical roller-coaster ride through superhuman tempi and dynamic extremes–an intriguing marriage of artifice and human invention.

While clearly indebted to the influence of Nancarrow, Ligeti’s player piano works are more approachable than Nancarrow’s rigorous etudes, revealing the sense of humor that distinguishes Ligeti from his more ponderous contemporaries.

Likewise, the controversial prank piece Metronomes foreshadows the phasing experiments of Reich with its intricate cross-rhythms created by metronomes marking time simultaneously at different speeds. Perhaps most fascinating of all are Ligeti’s compositions for computer-modified barrel organ–a hand-cranked, calliope-like instrument popular with itinerant musicians in the 1700s.

–Dennis Rea

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First off, I should inform you that Sony’s Ligeti Edition series is being deleted so if you’re interested in this stuff, you should pick up the ones you want as soon as you can. Ligeti Edition 5 is a good one. No, it’s AWESOME. If you have any interest in “mechanical music,” this should be essential.

Poeme Symphonique for 100 Metronomes was the main thing I wanted to hear on this collection. The piece starts with 100 metronomes ticking in a dense, ordered mass of monotone ticks. As the piece progresses, as some of the metronomes finish winding down, distinct rhythmic arrangements begin to emerge, swaying and wavy and disorienting. (You can also play a good trick on someone: play this piece in their car and they’ll think the vehicle is about to explode or something.) Finally, one metronome is left ticking alone, then silence. The concept seemed utterly fascinating so I knew it was something I had to check out. Fortunately, it is more than just an idea that sounds good on paper – it is a very enthralling piece of music. In the liner notes, Ligeti discusses the thermodynamic category of maximal entropy, which factored into his considerations in composing this piece. That’s interesting, because in his work on “dissipative structures,” Nobel laureate Ilya Prigogine theorized that a given system might reach a “bifurcation point,” at which its simpler processes can no longer provide for order. At this point, Prigogine tells us, the system can either go into a total, entropic collapse, or evolve into a higher form of order. The second law of thermodynamics (on which our understanding of entropy is based) may not be as relevant as Prigogine’s insights. Rather than coming to maximal entropy upon the finale of the single metronome, we can think of it as a new beginning. It’s kind of inspirational in its own weird little way. To get the most out of it, play it on your finest stereo equipment at massive volumes and drown in the sound (gotta emulate the live performance anyway you can).

Another highlight of this collection as Ligeti’s piano Etudes adapted for player piano. In standard form, the Etudes demand reams of virtuosity. Here, they are rearranged for player piano where there are no limits imposed by the performer – even the godlike Pierre-Laurent Aimard and Fredrik Ullen are still MEN, and thus have man’s limitations. Needless to say, these adaptations are stunning and astonishingly fast, from the head-spinning runs of L’escalier du diable to the astonishing gamelan texture of Galamb borong (for two player pianos). Also of interest is Continuum, adapted for two player pianos. It takes the blurry prestissimo to unreal speeds (it cannot actually be played fast enough on standard piano – the original was written for harpsichord).

The barrel organ pieces are very amusing adaptations of early Ligeti with shadows of Bartok, and they are full of the original pieces’ rhythmic ingenuity and vigor, but with flawless mechanical precision and tone control. I think a big reason for my enjoying them is their quirky sound. As for Musica ricercata, personally I’d rather listen to Aimard’s piano version (on Ligeti Edition 3), but the barrel organ adaptation is a pretty interesting spin on the piece, with an arrangement that gives it a very different flavor. The barrel organ also makes them sound kinda proggy, hehe.

Get it. Remember, this stuff’s going out of print, and Ligeti is so good you don’t want to miss your opportunity to have his music!

By Lord Chimp

Tracklisting

1. Continuum (Instrumental)
2. Hungarian Rock (Instrumental)
3. Capriccio No.1 (Instrumental)
4. Invention (Instrumental)
5. Capriccio No.2 (Instrumental)
6. Pohme Symphonique for 100 Metronomes (Instrumental)
7. Musica Ricercata/I. Sostenuto – Misurato – Prestissimo (Instrumental)
8. Musica Ricercata/II. Mesto, rigido e cerimoniale (Instrumental)
9. Musica Ricercata/III. Allegro con spirito (Instrumental)
10. Musica Ricercata/IV. Tempo de Valse (poco vivace – ` l’orgue de Barbarie) (Instrumental)
11. Musica Ricercata/V. Rubato. Lamentoso (Instrumental)
12. Musica Ricercata/VI. Allegro molto capriccioso (Instrumental)
13. Musica Ricercata/VII. Cantabile, molto legato (Instrumental)
14. Musica Ricercata/VIII. Vivace. Energico (Instrumental)
15. Musica Ricercata/IX. (Bila Bartsk in memoriam) Adago. Mesto – Allegro maestoso (Instrumental)
16. Musica Ricercata/X. Vivace. Capriccioso (Instrumental)
17. Musica Ricercata/XI. (Omaggio a Girolamo Frescobaldi) Andante misurato e tranquillo (Instrumental)
18. Itudes pour piano, adapted for Player Piano/X. Der Zauberlehrling: Prestissimo, staccatissimo, leggierissimo (Instrumental)
19. Itudes pour piano, adapted for Player Piano/IX. Vertige: Prestissimo sempre molto legato, sehr gleichma_ig (Instrumental)
20. Itudes pour piano, adapted for Player Piano/XI. En suspens: Andante con moto, “avec l’iligance du swing” (Instrumental)
21. Itudes Pour Piano, Adapted For Player Piano/XIII. L’Escalier Du Diable: Presto Legato Ma Leggiero (Instrumental)
22. Itudes pour piano, adapted for Player Piano/XIVa. Coloana fara sfbrsit: Presto possibile, tempestoso con fuoco (Instrumental)
23. Itudes pour piano, adapted for Player Piano/VII. Galamb borong: Vivacissimo luminoso, legato possibile (Instrumental)
24. Continuum (Instrumental)

Here she be:

GL-MM.part1.rar

GL-MM.part2.rar

Password: http://wharfinger.extra.hu

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October 3, 2008 Posted by | György Ligeti, Music_Classical, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

SEMPER SANTAGO: A DOMINO COMPILATION (2005) [Various Artists]


SEMPER SANTAGO: A DOMINO COMPILATION (2005) [Various Artists]
Mp3 @160

An amazing collection from the wonderful Domino label – home to so many innovative bands.

Here we get an outstanding array of tracks from some of our favourites – Four Tet, The Notwist, Hood and Clinic!

Also good stuff from the likes of Orange Juice, Caribou, Sons & Daughters, King Creosote, Franz Ferdinand, James Yorkston & The Athletes and many, many more.

Tracklisting

Sons & Daughters – Johnny Cash
The Blueskins – Girl
Clinic – Nicht
Archie Bronson Outfit – Islands
Franz Ferdinand – Love & Destroy
Adem – These Are Your Friends
Woodbine – Neskwik
Hood – The Negatives…
Four Tet – As Serious As Your Life
Caribou – Crayon
To Rococo Rot – Sol
The Notwist – Consequence
James Yorkston & The Athletes – Edward
Clearlake – Wonder If The Snow Will Settle
King Creosote – Missionary
Ulrich Schnauss – In All The Wrong Places
Junior Boys – Teach Me How To Fight
Juana Molina – Solo Su Voz
Orange Juice – Blue Boy

Here she be:

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October 2, 2008 Posted by | Clinic, Four Tet, Franz Ferdinand, Hood, James Yorkston, Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, The Notwist, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Sonic Youth – SYR Series (SYR1-SYR7):


Sonic Youth – SYR Series (SYR1-SYR7)


Bring the Noise !!!

This is for all you Robbie Williams fans out there! Yeah, DL it … you’ll love it!

We posted some of this amazing series before!

Here’s lots more!

Methinks this young group have a great future and will surely go places!!!

More SY stuff here:

SYR1: Anagrama
Sonic Youth 1997

SYR2: Slaapkamers Met Slagroom
Sonic Youth 1997

SYR3: Invito Al Cielo
Sonic Youth & Jim O’Rourke 1998

SYR4: Goodbye 20th Century
Sonic Youth 1999

SYR5
Kim Gordon, DJ Olive & Ikue Mori 2000

SYR6: Koncertas Stan Brakhage Prisiminimui
Sonic Youth & Tim Barnes 2005

SYR7: J’Accuse Ted Hughes
Sonic Youth 2008

Big thanks to thanks to “we’re up for sale” blog and Iraklis



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October 1, 2008 Posted by | Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, Sonic Youth, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

OCEAN OF SOUND (1996) [2 Discs Various Artists]


OCEAN OF SOUND (1996) [2 Discs Various Artists]
Mp3 160

This is a stunning eclectic collection of marvellous music I bought soon after it came out and thoroughly enjoyed!

Until some bimbo I was dating back then, borrowed the CD and lost it!

Subtitled; “A Collection of Music to Accompany David Toop’s book, Ocean of Sound,” this two disc set is like no other music collection you’ve ever heard!

We are grateful to isupplythecountrywithbutter

David Toop (born 5 May 1949) is an English musician and author, and as of 2001 was visiting Research Fellow in the Media School at London College of Communication. He was notably a member of The Flying Lizards. He was a prominent contributor to the British magazine The Face. He is a regular contributor to The Wire, the U.K. based music magazine.

Toop published his pioneering book on hip hop, Rap Attack, in 1984. Eleven years later, Ocean of Sound appeared, described as Toop’s “poetic survey of contemporary musical life from Debussy through Ambient, Techno, and drum ‘n’ bass.”

Since the 1970s, Toop has also been a significant presence on the British experimental and improvised music scene, collaborating with Max Eastley, Brian Eno, Scanner, and others. In 2001, Toop curated the sound art exhibition Sonic Boom, and the following year, he curated a 2-CD collection entitled Not Necessarily Enough English Music: A Collection of Experimental Music from Great Britain, 1960-1977.


The rather scholarly Toop, back in the mid nineties, produced a wonderful book on the origins and diaspora of modern music – focusing on ambient/ minimalist music – and also complied a masterful music collection to illustrate his themes and concepts.

Amazon.com describes Toop’s amazing book as;

“A member of a radical editorial collective on the cutting edge of British music criticism in the 1970s, later a critic for more standard papers, including the Times, David Toop’s second book covers a vast expanse of music. His tour-de-force survey describes a dissonant and invigorating clash of music and noise from western classical to Javanese gamelan, from Claude Debussy to Miles Davis to Brian Eno, from disco to techno to ambient. He discusses the changes in our sound world caused by the global reach of radio and recordings, and shows himself a rigorous pluralist, open to all styles and forms, but unafraid to offer robust criticism in any musical sphere.”

Altered States iii, Crystal World excerpt

In their search for absolutes, a number of music critics have looked to Riley as the definitive starting point for various trends: minimalism, extreme repetition, all-night trance improvisations and tape-delay systems.

Pieces such as In C, A Rainbow In Curved Air, and Poppy Nogood and the Phantom Band were important in their time because they signalled two important changes in the way the worlds of music and comerce worked.

One: a composer was writing pieces which had grooves and improvised around modes (just like John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Frank Zappa and half the rock bands in Psychedelia), which sounded as if psychotropics had been involved at some stage of the compositional process, which explored new technology and studio processing. Two: the albums were packaged by Columbia as rock albums, despite being on the Masterworks series, so implying that the razor wire dividing so-called classical, rock, jazz, art and commerce had been cut in a few places. Never mind the embarrasing occurence of hippie-speak on the In C sleevenotes – ‘No preconceptions, you just dig it’ – the sort of thing that Oliver Stone might exhume for another chapter of his Sixties revisionism.

The music, as musicians and sleevenote writes love to say, spoke for itself. Essentially modest, Riley downplays all of this. After all, his contribution to the late 20th Century mix emerged out of collaborative work and improvisations with La Monte Young, Pauline Oliveros and Chet Baker.

After the first flush of enthusiasm for minimalism and systems music, Riley and Young tended to be dismissed as old hippies, past their peak, while Philip Glass, Steve Reich, John Adams and Michael Nyman slid with varying degrees of compositional credibility into a new orthodoxy of avant-garde populism.

But as Riley says, life goes in cycles. Suddenly, the open works of Riley and Young seem more expansive, more useful to the fractured nature of music in the Nineties than all that knitting machine repetitiveness and it’s mutations.

— David Toop excerpt from his book “Ocean of Sound” published by Serpents Tail

Like the book, the discs cover an incredible array of sound and music. From Erik Satie to John Cage, to Ornette Coleman to Les Baxter to My Bloody Valentine to The Velvet Underground to Aphex Twin to Miles Davis to Brian Eno ! And loads more wonderfully eclectic music!

All your common or garden left of field “weird” music (well, weird to Robbie Williams fans anyway!)

But then there’s the really weird stuff!

Yap, we also get some strange but compelling stuff – sounds of Bearded Seals, recordings of Howler Monkeys (not a band, like the awful Arctic Monkeys! In fact, not a band at all!), sounds from a Buddhist Ceremony ….. you name it, it’s here!

Rather strangely, Howler Monkeys sound far better than Arctic Monkeys !!!

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Track Listing

Disc 1

King Tubby – Dub Fi Gwan
Herbie Hancock – Rain Dance
Aphex Twin – Analogue Bubblebath
Jon Hassell – Empire III
Ujang Survana – Sorban Palid
Claude Debussy – Prelude A L Apres ‘Midi D Un Faune’
Les Baxter – Sunken City
My Bloody Valentine – Loomer
Brian Eno – Lizard Point
Shunie Omizutori Buddhist Ceremony
The Vancouver Soundscape – The Music Of Horns And Whistles
Howler Monkeys
Peter Brotzmann Octet – Machine Gun
Harold Budd – Bismillahi ‘Rrahmani Rrahim’


Disc 2


Miles Davis – Black Satin
Terry Riley – Extract From Poppy Nogood “All Night Flight”
Detty Kurina – Coyor Panon
Ornette Coleman – Virgin Beauty
John Zorn/David Toop – Chen Pe I Pe I
Paul Schutze – Rivers Of Mercury
The Velvet Underground – I Heard Her Call My Name
Bearded Seals
Holger Czukay & Rolf Dammers – Boat-Woman-Song
The Beach Boys – Fall Breaks Back Into Winter (Woody Woodpecker Symphony)
African Headcharge – Faraway Chant
Sun Ra – Cosmo Enticement
Music Improvisation Company – Untitled
Deep Listening Band – Seven-Up
John Cage – In A Landscape
Erik Satie – Vexations
Suikinkutsu Water Chime

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October 1, 2008 Posted by | Erik Sati, John Cage, Miles Davis, Music_Alternative, Music_Ambient, Music_Experimental, My Bloody Valentine, Ornette Coleman, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

SUICIDE – Live 1977-1978 (2008, 6CD-BOX)

SUICIDE – Live 1977-1978 (2008, 6CD-BOX)
High VBR, 511 Mb:

A magnificent find this!

This was a limited edition of 3000, x 6 CD set of high quality “audio verite” recordings of Suicide playing live in their heyday, September 1977 to August 1978 !

As you will hear, this proved to be a crucial year in Suicide’s development and their mission to stretch the label of Punk Rock to the very limit.

The release also included a 64 page booklet of Suicide & Red Star Records memorabilia from the personal archives of Howard Thompson, the A&R man that signed Suicide to UK Bronze Records.

Only the infamous “23 Minutes Over Brussels” had been released before !!

All mastered by Denis Blackham for optimum listening pleasure.

Tracklisting

Disc: 1

1. CBGB Sept 29 1977: 96 Tears Intro/Ghostrider/Rocket USA/Cheree/Jonny/Fr
2. CBGB Dec 3 1977, Set 2: Ghostrider/Jesus Vega/Frankie Teardrop/Put a Li

Disc: 2

1. Palladium NYC Jan 7: Rocket USA/Cheree/Dance/Frankie Teardrop
2. Maxs Jan 13: Ghostrider/Rocket USA/Cheree/Dance/96 Tears/Frankie
3. CBGB Feb 3: Harlem/Ghostrider/Keep Your Dreams/Dance/Frankie Teardrop

Disc: 3

1. Brussels June 16 1978: Frankie Teardrop
2. Paris Olympia June 18 1978: Ghostrider/Rocket USA/Cheree/Dance/Frankie
Charles Ball, Miriam Linna, Martin Rev, Marty Thau, Howard Thompson, Roy Trakin, , Alan Vega

Disc: 4

1. Hamburg Audiomax: Rocket USA/Cheree/Harlem
2. Berlin Kant Kino-Neue Welt June 30 1978: Ghostrider/Rocket USA/Cheree/H
3. Berlin Kant Kino-Neue Welt June 30 1978, Set 2: Ghostrider/Rocket USA/9

Disc: 5

1. London Musicmachine July 24 1978: Rocket USA/Dance/Harlem/Cheree/Mr Ray
2. Our Price Radio Ad
3. Erics Liverpool July 29 1978: Rocket USA/Cheree/Ghostrider/96 Tears
4. Erics, Pt. 2 July 29 1978: Cum Ahead/Frankie Teardrop

Disc: 6

1. Maxs August 25 1978: Ghostrider/Rocket USA/Cheree/Mr Ray/Jonny/Harlem

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September 28, 2008 Posted by | Music_Electronica, Music_Experimental, Music_PostPunk, Music_Punk, Suicide, _MUSIC | 2 Comments

Einstürzende Neubauten – Full Discography

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Einstürzende Neubauten – Full Discography
Industrial / Experimental

Germany



We like this great German group, and it’s not only for the fact that a guy called Ash Wednesday (what a wonderful handle … I’m jealous!) is an associate / touring member!

Yap, we do like experimental industrial Berlin music now and again!

And we do like this crowd, the falling new buildings, or Einstürzende Neubauten!

Einstürzende Neubauten have been supremely influential on numerous groups – starting with a band of the quality of and working downwards.

Of course Singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Blixa Bargeld was a member of and for 20 years! Prior to that, Blixa was a mamber of Cave’s earlier group , which he joined in 1983.

In 2003, Bargeld quit the Bad Seeds in order to focus on Einstürzende Neubauten.

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The band’s been together for almost 29 years now! Yes! Really!

On April Fools Day, 1980, Einstürzende Neubauten made their first appearance in the Moon Club in Berlin.

Their sound has evolved down the years and aside from one extreme of cacophonous industrial din, the band have also, at a different extreme, produced many beautiful and lyrical songs.

Check this out, if you don’t believe me!! … EN – Stella Maris

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Current Einstürzende Neubauten members are

* Blixa Bargeld: lead vocals, guitar, keyboards. (real name: Christian Emmerich, original member)
* Alexander Hacke: bass, guitar, vocals (also known as Alexander von Borsig, since 1980)
* N.U. Unruh: special built instruments, percussion, vocals (real name: Andrew Chudy, original member)
* Jochen Arbeit: guitar, vocals (since 1997)
* Rudi Moser: special built instruments, percussion, vocals (since 1997)

Other characters associated with Einstürzende Neubauten include;

* Ash Wednesday: keyboards, electronics (touring member since 1997, perhaps named for the Australian bush fires, perhaps for the holiday)
* Boris Wilsdorf – sound engineer
* Erin Zhu – executive producer, webmaster of neubauten.org and wife of Blixa Bargeld.
* Ari Benjamin Meyers – frequent collaborator, with Redux Orchestra and on Piano

Einstürzende Neubauten’s logo (a symbol of human with a circle in the head) is an ancient Toltec cave drawing!

Some links:

Here she be:

1981 – Kollaps
1983 – Zeichnungen des Patienten O. T.
1984 – 2X4 (Live)
1984 – Strategies Against Architecture 80-83
1985 – Halber Mensch
1987 – Fünf Auf der Nach Oben Offenen Richterskala
1989 – Haus der Lüge
1991 – Die Hamletmaschine
1991 – Strategies Against Architecture II
1993 – Tabula Rasa
1996 – Ende Neu
1996 – Faustmusik
2000 – Silence Is Sexy
2001 – Berlin Babylon
2001 – Strategies Against Architecture III
2004 – Perpetuum Mobile
2007 – Alles Wieder Offen

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September 24, 2008 Posted by | Blixa Bargeld, Einstürzende Neubauten, Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | 3 Comments

John Cage: Works for Percussion

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John Cage: Works for Percussion (WER 62032)

Classical | APE & CUE | 3 parts / 207 Mb

John Cage: Works for Percussion (Quatuor Hêlios)

The French percussion ensemble Quatuor Hêlios has, since their inception in 1986, been dedicated to performing the early compositions of American avant-garde composer John Cage. Their 1991 release, John Cage: Works for Percussion, is a compilation of seven of compositions written by the groundbreaking composer between 1939 and 1943. Quatuor Hêlios, which takes its name from the mythical Greek sun god, performs Cage’s challenging compositions presented on this CD solidly. Played by members Isabelle Berteletti, Jean-Christophe Feldhandler, Florent Haladjian, and Lê Quan Ninh, the compositions on this release reflect Cage’s interest and dedication to the promotion of an often-overlooked component in traditional Western art music: rhythm. It was in 1933, after witnessing Varése’s percussion composition “Ionization” (1931) being performed at the Hollywood Bowl under the direction of conductor Nicolas Slonimsky, that the 21-year-old Cage decided to dedicate himself to writing percussive compositions for such instruments as coffee cans, snare drums, lion roars, prepared pianos, and conch shells.

While living in Seattle during 1938 and 1939, Cage collaborated with the experimental dancer and choreographer Merce Cunningham, organized a percussion ensemble, and began to work as a musical accompanist for dancers at Cornish College. Since stage space was limited at the tiny Cornish, Cage came up with the idea of mimicking the timbres and sounds of his percussion ensemble by preparing a standard piano’s strings with forks, springs, and other sundry miscellany. The John Cage: Works for Percussion CD contains a number of work’s that utilize prepared piano: “First Construction (In Metal),” “Second Construction,” “Amores,” and “She Is Asleep.” In 1939, Cage composed “Imaginary Landscape No. 1.” This work, which is not presented by the quartet on this CD, was written for two variable-speed turntables, frequency recordings, cymbal, and piano. During the same year, the prodigious 27-year-old composer wrote “First Construction in Metal.”

This ten-minute work, which is the concluding cut on this CD, ebbs and flows with amazing dynamics as it makes use of a large palette of metallic objects. By 1940, Cage had moved to San Francisco where he wrote this CD’s first track, “Second Construction..”

This work moves in and out of changing time signatures, prepared piano ostinatos, tom-tom melodies, and brake drum bells lines. The composition “Double Music,” which is the fourth of Cage’s works presented on this CD, is actually a collaboration with another American composer, Lou Harrison. Harrison’s fondness for the gamelan music of Bali and Java comes through in the complex interlocking rhythms and cyclical presentation of the various gongs on this cut.

As a member of the avant-garde, Cage is remembered alongside of such visionaries as Boulez, Berio, Stockhausen, Kagel, Cowell, as well as Harrison, to name but a few. His contribution to the world of music is immeasurable as he helped to open the minds and ears of Western audiences to the limitless possibilities inherent in percussive compositions.

―John Vallier, All Music Guide

Tracks:

Second construction [1940] (7:29)

Imaginary landscape no. 2 [1942] (5:22)

Amores [1943] (9:43)

Double music [1941] (4:39)

Third construction [1941] (10:06)

She is asleep [1943] (11:40)

First construction (in metal) [1939] (10:03)

Recorded “live in studio” at CCAM, Vandoeuvre-Lès-Nancy, France in July 1989

Cover photo: Marcel Duchamp’s A bruit secret, 1916

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Download links

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http://www.ftp2share.com/file/13907/EAC.part2.rar.html

http://www.ftp2share.com/file/13914/EAC.part3.rar.html

(Recovery Record Incl.)


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The 25-Year Retrospective Concert of the Music of John Cage

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Classical | APE & CUE | 1995 | 3 CD / 6 parts / 519 Mb

The 25-Year Retrospective Concert of the Music of John Cage.

Various artists.

Recorded in performance at Town Hall, New York, May 15, 1958.

Reissued as Wergo WER 6247-2, 1994.

Disc 1

1 Six Short Inventions for Seven Instruments / Anahid Ajemian/Maro Ajemian/Douglas Allan/Joan Brockway/Melvyn Broiles/Earle Brown/Philip Brown…

2 First Construction in Metal / David Tudor

3 Imaginary Landscape No.1 / Anahid Ajemian/Maro Ajemian/Douglas Allan/Joan Brockway/Melvyn Broiles/Earle Brown/Philip Brown…

4 The Wonderful Widow of Eighteen Springs / Arline Carmen/John Cage

5 She is Asleep / Paul Price/Michael Colgrass/Warren Smith/Philip Brown

6 She is Asleep / Arline Carmen/John Cage

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Disc 2

1 Sons & Interludes: Sons I / Maro Ajemian

2 Sons & Interludes: Sons II / Maro Ajemian

3 Sons & Interludes: Sons III / Maro Ajemian

4 Sons & Interludes: Sons IV / Maro Ajemian

5 Sons & Interludes: Interlude / Maro Ajemian

6 Sons & Interludes: Sons V / Maro Ajemian

7 Sons & Interludes: Sons VI / Maro Ajemian

8 Sons & Interludes: Sons VII / Maro Ajemian

9 Sons & Interludes: Sons VIII / Maro Ajemian

10 Sons & Interludes: Second Interlude / Maro Ajemian

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Disc 3

1 Music for Carillon No.1 / David Tudor

2 Williams mix / Anahid Ajemian/Maro Ajemian/Douglas Allan/Joan Brockway/Melvyn Broiles/Earle Brown/Philip Brown…

3 Concert for Piano & Orchestra / Anahid Ajemian/Maro Ajemian/Douglas Allan/Joan Brockway/Melvyn Broiles/Earle Brown/Philip Brown…

Total Running Time: 1:44:50

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CD 1: Part 1 & Part 2

CD 2: Part 1 & Part 2

CD 3: Part 1 & Part 2

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John Cage: Sonatas & Interludes for Prepared Piano (WER 60156-50)

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John Cage: Sonatas & Interludes for Prepared Piano (WER 60156-50)

Classical | APE & CUE | 1989 | 3 parts / 199 Mb

“As important, highly prized recording (WERGO 60151-50) which approaches Cage’s music without compromise … Pierce’s interpretation is a mixture of strength, poetry and beautiful harmonies.”

– Jean Francois Pioud, Etude Reveu, Paris, France, October 1989

John Cage: Sonatas & Interludes for Prepared Piano (1946-1948)

Joshua Pierce, Piano

Tracks:

Sonata 1

2

3

4

First Interlude

Sonata 5

6

7/ 8

Second Interlude

Third Interlude

Sonata 9

10

11

12

Fourth Interlude

Sonata 13

Sonatas 14 & 15 Gemini

Sonata 16


Download links

Part 1

Part 2

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John Cage – A Chance Operation (The John Cage Tribute) (1993)

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John Cage: A Chance Operation (The John Cage Tribute) (1993)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 525 Mb
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Some typical Cage genius/madness!

This two-CD set celebrating John Cage features works by various luminaries in the international avant-garde circle performing works by or in memoriam of the iconoclastic composer John Cage.

Programmed to random play by the listener qua co-creator and mixed with whatever other sounds the listener brings to the listening space and whatever sounds happen to be present, the album becomes what Cage calls “real music,” not a relic of music: One hundred and forty-one minutes of 183 pieces of 23 works, in any order, with any other sounds!

The irony will not be lost on fans of Cage’s work that a recorded tribute album for a composer who disliked the recorded medium is at best a strange tribute. But that said, considering the uniqueness of the collection — and indeed the clout of the listed performers — even the most orthodox of Cage disciples will be pleased with this recording.

Performances range from David Tudor’s electronic explorations to Patrick Moraz’s performance of Cage’s “Dances for Prepared Piano.” Laurie Anderson is featured reading texts by Cage over her own compositions on several tracks, and these add a fair amount of unity to this sprawling collection.

The final work on this recording is entitled “New York City” and is an ambient recording of the environment outside Cage’s apartment.

Some would say that Frank Zappa’s participation alone in this project, featuring his rendition of Cage’s infamous 4′33″, is worth looking into.


Tracklisting *

CD 1

The Kronos Quartet : Pieces (30) for String Quartet: Excerpt(s)
1. Excerpts For Thirty Pieces For String Quartet
2. Excerpt From Thirty Pieces For String Quartet

Patrick Moraz: Three Dances for 2 Prepared Pianos: no 1
3. Three Dances For Prepared Piano, Dance #1
4. Dance 2: Three Dances for Prepared Piano
5. Dance 3: Three Dances for Prepared Piano

Jackson Mac Low, Anne Tardos: First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
6. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
7. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
8. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
9. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
10. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
11. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
12. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
13. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage
14. First Four-Language Word Event in Memoriam John Cage

Christian Wolff, Roger Zahab: Six Melodies Variation for Solo Violin
Ken Nordine Ken Nordine: A Cage Went in Search of a Bird
Earle Brown: Three Solos for Trumpet
Laurie Anderson: Cunningham Stories (At the Age of Twelve…)
Ryuichi Sakamoto: Haiku FM
Larry Austin, Robert Black: Art Is Self-Alteration Is Cage Is
David Tudor: Webwork
Yoko Ono: Georgia Stone

CD 2

Laurie Anderson: Cunningham Stories (Merce Cunningham Phoned His Mother…)
Oregon (Ralph Towner, Glen Moore, Paul McCandless ): Chance/Choice
Takehisa Kosugi: 75 Letters and Improvisation
David Van Tieghem: Living Room Music
James Tenney: Ergodos I for John Cage
Laurie Anderson: Cunningham Stories (Every Morning…)
Robert Ashley: Factory Preset
Frank Zappa: 4′ 33″
John Cale: In Memoriam John Cage — Call Waiting
Meredith Monk: Aria
Laurie Anderson: Cunningham Stories (The Cunningham Company…)
New York City (recorded outside of John Cage’s apartment in New York City)

* You may find detailed information on this CD, including complete track listing, widely available on the web.

Koch 3-7238-2 Y6×2

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CD 2

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September 18, 2008 Posted by | John Cage, Kronos Quartet, Laurie Anderson, MUSIC, Music_Ambient, Music_ClassicalModern, Music_Experimental, _ART | Leave a comment

Laurie Anderson – 7 albums in FLAC


Laurie Anderson, 7 albums in FLAC
Avant-Garde | FLAC | ~700 Kbps | 6:14:33 | 1.973,5 Mb | Covers

Some great works here from Lou reed’s missus!

Big Science
Big Science (1982)
Avant-Garde | FLAC | ~700 Kbps | 38:53 | 176,5 Mb | Covers

Mr. Heartbreak

Mister Heartbreak (1984)
Avant-Garde | FLAC | ~700 Kbps | 40:13 | 205,3 Mb | Covers

Home of the Brave

Home of the Brave (soundtrack album) (1986)
Avant-Garde | FLAC | ~700 Kbps | 31:15 | 175,3 Mb | Covers

Strange Angels

Strange Angels (1989)
Avant-Garde | FLAC | ~700 Kbps | 45:56 | 268,6 Mb | Covers

Bright Red

Bright Red (1994)
Avant-Garde | FLAC | ~700 Kbps | 52:21 | 275,2 Mb | Covers

The Ugly One with the Jewels

The Ugly One with the Jewels (spoken word) (1995)
Avant-Garde | FLAC | ~700 Kbps | 70:50 | 336,0 Mb | Covers

Live in New York (2002)

Live At Town Hall New York City September 19-20, 2001, 2CD
Avant-Garde | FLAC | ~700 Kbps | 95:05 | 536,2 Mb | Covers

Laurie Anderson is one of today’s premier performance artists. Known primarily for her multimedia presentations she has cast herself in roles as varied as visual artist, composer, poet, photographer, filmmaker, electronics whiz, vocalist, and instrumentalist.

O Superman launched Anderson’s recording career in 1980, rising to number two on the British pop charts and subsequently appearing on Big Science, the first of her seven albums on the Warner Brothers label. Other record releases include Mister Heartbreak, United States Live, Strange Angels, Bright Red, and the soundtrack to her feature film Home of the Brave. A deluxe box set of her Warner Brothers output, Talk Normal, was released in the fall of 2000 on Rhino/Warner Archives. In 2001, Anderson released her first record for Nonesuch Records, entitled Life on a String, which was followed by Live in New York, recorded at Town Hall in New York City in September 2001, and released in May 2002.

Anderson has collaborated with William Burroughs, Arto Lindsay, Bill Laswell, Ian Ritchie, Peter Gabriel, Perry Hoberman, David Sylvian, Jean Michel Jarre, Brian Eno, Nona Hendryx, Bobby McFerrin, Dave Stewart, Peter Laurence Gordon, Hector Zazou, and Lou Reed. She also worked with comedian Andy Kaufman in the late 1970s.

As a composer, Anderson has contributed music to films by Wim Wenders and Jonathan Demme; dance pieces by Bill T. Jones, Trisha Brown, Molissa Fenley, and a score for Robert LePage’s theater production, Far Side of the Moon. She has created pieces for National Public Radio, The BBC, and Expo ‘92 in Seville.

Recognized worldwide as a groundbreaking leader in the use of technology in the arts, Anderson collaborated with Interval Research Corporation, a research and development laboratory founded by Paul Allen and David Liddle, in the exploration of new creative tools, including the Talking Stick. She created the introduction sequence for the first segment of the PBS special Art 21, a series about Art in the 21st century. Her awards include the 2001 Tenco Prize for Songwriting in San Remo, Italy and the 2001 Deutsche Schallplatten prize for Life On A String as well as grants from the Guggenheim Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.

In 2002, Anderson was appointed the first artist-in-residence of NASA out of which she developed her solo performance “The End of the Moon” which premiered in 2004 and toured internationally through 2006. Other recent projects include a commission to create a series of audio-visual installations and a high definition film, Hidden Inside Mountains, for the World Expo 2005 in Aichi, Japan and a series of programs for French radio called “Rien dans les Poches/Nothing in my Pockets”. Her score for Trisha Brown’s acclaimed piece “O Composite” premiered at the Opera Garnier in Paris in December 2004. Anderson was also part of the team that created the opening ceremony for the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. Currently she is working on a series of documented walks, a new album for Nonesuch Records, “Homeland”, and an accompanying touring performance. Anderson lives in New York City.

more:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laurie_Anderson

Tracklist

Big Science
1. “From the Air” – 4:29
2. “Big Science” – 6:14
3. “Sweaters” – 2:18
4. “Walking & Falling” – 2:10
5. “Born, Never Asked” – 4:56
6. “O Superman (For Massenet)” – 8:21
7. “Example #22″ – 2:59
8. “Let X=X/It Tango” – 6:51 (”Let X=X” – 3:51; “It Tango” – 3:01)

Mister Heartbreak
1. “Sharkey’s Day” – 7:41
2. “Langue d’Amour” – 6:12
3. “Gravity’s Angel” – 6:02
4. “Kokoku” – 7:03
5. “Excellent Birds” (Anderson, Peter Gabriel) – 3:12
6. “Blue Lagoon” – 7:03
7. “Sharkey’s Night” – 2:29

Home of the Brave (soundtrack)
1. “Smoke Rings” – 7:00 co-produced by Nile Rodgers
2. “White Lily” – 1:16
3. “Late Show” – 4:30
4. “Talk Normal” – 5:27
5. “Language is a Virus” – 4:10 Produced by Nile Rodgers
6. “Radar” – 2:01
7. “Sharkey’s Night” – 6:16
8. “Credit Racket” – 3:28

Strange Angels
1. “Strange Angels” – 3:51
2. “Monkey’s Paw” – 4:33
3. “Coolsville” – 4:34
4. “Ramon” – 5:03
5. “Babydoll” – 3:38
6. “Beautiful Red Dress” – 4:43
7. “The Day the Devil” – 4:00
8. “The Dream Before” – 3:03
9. “My Eyes” – 5:29
10. “Hiawatha” – 6:53

Bright Red
Bright Red
1. “Speechless” – 5:20
2. “Bright Red” – 3:12
3. “The Puppet Motel” – 3:09
4. “Speak My Language” – 3:38
5. “World Without End” – 2:47
6. “Freefall” – 4:32
7. “Muddy River” – 3:02
Tightrope
1. “Beautiful Pea Green Boat” – 4:20
2. “Love Among the Sailors” – 2:49
3. “Poison” – 3:47
4. “In Our Sleep” – 2:31
5. “Night in Baghdad” – 3:23
6. “Tightrope” – 5:58
7. “Same Time Tomorrow” – 3:51

The Ugly One with the Jewels
1. “The End of the World” – 5:00
2. “The Salesman” – 3:19
3. “The Night Flight from Houston” – 1:33
4. “Word of Mouth” – 4:50
5. “The Soul is a Bird” – 3:56
6. “The Ouija Board” – 4:11
7. “The Ugly One with the Jewels” – 5:06
8. “The Geographic North Pole” – 5:22
9. “John Lilly” – 3:34
10. “The Rotowhirl” – 3:54
11. “On the Way to Jerusalem” – 1:20
12. “The Hollywood Strangler” – 1:50
13. “Maria Teresa Teresa Maria” – 5:43
14. “Someone Else’s Dream” – 2:25
15. “White Lily” – 1:17
16. “The Mysterious ‘J’” – 2:57
17. “The Cultural Ambassador” – 6:47
18. “Same Time Tomorrow” – 7:49

Live in New York
CD one
1. “Here with You”
2. “Statue of Liberty”
3. “Let X=X”
4. “Sweaters”
5. “My Compensation”
6. “Washington Street”
7. “Pieces and Parts”
8. “Strange Angels”
9. “Dark Angel
CD two
1. “Wildebeests”
2. “One Beautiful Evening”
3. “Poison”
4. “Broken”
5. “Progress” (a.k.a. “The Dream Before”)
6. “Animals”
7. “Life on a String”
8. “Beginning French”
9. “O Superman”
10. “Slip Away”
11. “White Lily”
12. “Puppet Motel”
13. “Love Among the Sailors”
14. “Coolsville”

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Dead Can Dance – Discography

1984 – Dead Can Dance
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1984 – Spleen and Ideal


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1987 – Within the Realm of a Dying Sun


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1988 – The Serpent’s Egg


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1990 – Aion


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1990 – Gothic Spleens [Live Radio Broadcast – Musikhalle Hamburg (Germany)]

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02 – Song of Sophia.mp3
03 – Fuaelo.mp3
04 – Song of the sybil.mp3
05 – Spleens.mp3
06 – Arabian gothic.mp3
07 – Cantara.mp3
08 – Toward The Within.mp3
09 – Lilian colours.mp3
10 – End of a circle.mp3
11 – Sanvean.mp3
12 – [bonus track].mp3
13 – As The Bell Rings The Maypole Spins.mp3

1991 – A Passage In Time [Compilation]


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1993 – Into the Labyrinth


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1994 – Toward The Within


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1994 – Mystical Rain (Bootleg – Live on Tour ’94)


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1994 – The Hidden Treasures (Bootleg)


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03 – In Power We Trust The Love.mp3
04 – To The Shore.mp3
05 – Alone.mp3
06 – Pray For Dawn.mp3
07 – Lartomento.mp3
08 – The Night We Were Lost.mp3
09 – Lyandra.mp3
10 – Isabella.mp3
11 – Tune Foe Sheba.mp3
12 – Cyndrill.mp3
13 – The Serpents Army.mp3
14 – They Don’t Even Cry.mp3
15 – Eyeless In Gaza.mp3
16 – The Endless Longing Of SD.mp3

1995 – The Rare Traxx


01 – Fuaelo.mp3
02 – Spleens.mp3
03 – Lilian Colours.mp3
04 – End of a Circle.mp3
05 – Desert Sun.mp3
06 – Mystical Rain.mp3
07 – Sailing the Sea.mp3
08 – Watch Over Me.mp3
09 – Out of a Serpent’s Egg.mp3
10 – Amelia.mp3
11 – Ignis.mp3
12 – Lost Treasure.mp3
13 – Forest of Souls.mp3
14 – Factuus.mp3
15 – Empty Dreams.mp3
16 – Mourner Rose.mp3
17 – Garden of Refuge.mp3
18 – Ichor.mp3

1996 – Spiritchaser


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1998 – The Carnival Within (A Tribute To Dead Can Dance)


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2001 – Dead Can Dance (1981-1998) [Box set 3CD]


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2003 – Wake: The Best of Dead Can Dance


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**Unreleased Tracks**

Volume 1:

01 – Inner Life.mp3
02 – Daylight.mp3
03 – Yours.mp3
04 – Labour Of Love.mp3
05 – The Children’s Toys.mp3
06 – Yan T’Chin Song.mp3
07 – Instrumental In Southampton.mp3
08 – Shanga.mp3
09 – Ash Song.mp3
10 – Poison Tree.mp3
11 – Our Kingdom.mp3
12 – Deckra.mp3
13 – Accord.mp3
14 – Clap Along Song.mp3
15 – I Don’t Believe In Anymore.mp3
16 – Santora.mp3
17 – Ondra Reist I.mp3
18 – Ondra Reist II.mp3
19 – Ondra Reist III.mp3
20 – Rami.mp3
21 – East Of The River.mp3
22 – Matawa.mp3
23 – Svatba.mp3
24 – Heavenly Bodies.mp3
25 – Lisa Gerrard.mp3

Volume 2:

01 – No Reason At All.mp3
02 – Drag My Feet.mp3
03 – For A While.mp3
04 – Ichor.mp3
05 – I Leave You.mp3
06 – We Are Angels.mp3
07 – Family’s Around You.mp3
08 – Thespian Arrival.mp3
09 – Amondies.mp3
10 – Keen Voices.mp3
11 – Adoration.mp3
12 – Greek Rembetika.mp3
13 – Rembetika.mp3
14 – Lisa’s First Composition.mp3
15 – Tanamakoa.mp3
16 – ARF ARF The Infanta Of Castil.mp3
17 – I Must Have Been Blind.mp3

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September 14, 2008 Posted by | Dead Can Dance, Music_Alternative, Music_DISCOGRAPHY, Music_Experimental, music_Spiritual | 2 Comments

Irmin Schmidt (CAN) – Anthology: Soundtracks 1978-1993 (3CD) .. @320 kbps

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Irmin Schmidt (CAN) – Anthology: Soundtracks 1978-1993 (3CD)
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Irmin Schmidt was the leader of CAN, the hugely influential, avant-garde rock group of the 70s. He has over the past 30 years also been involved in scoring numerous films. Some of his earlier work in this field – typically eclectic and challenging – is nicely compiled here.

After the Can years the keyboardist Irmin Schmidt’s career is largely deal with soundtracks. In this 3-CD set, the best of his soundtracks are all covered.

Disc 1 is the best, “verdi prati valse” the accordian work is excellent, and other tracks “pauline”, “rote Erde”, “qui sait” and “ritas’ tune” are extremely romantic work. Other pieces are synthesizer instrumentals occasionally supported by Can’s guitarist Michael Karoli. Some works “mountain way” shows the spontaneity of Can.

Disc 2 is more 80’s feel, with lots of synthesizers and sometimes with merits, for example, “morning in berlin”, “Balance”.

Disc 3 contains his late 70’s materials which are more experimental, for example, “wallenstein”, “Messer im kopf”, etc. “Flachenbrand” is very impressive, too.

More details; http://www.irminschmidt.com/

Tracklisting

CD 1:
1-01 Verdi Prati Valse (3:30)
1-02 Pauline (4:49)
1-03 Rote Erde (Titelmusik) (4:11)
1-04 Qui Sait (4:56)
1-05 Heimkehr (6:28)
1-06 Valse Meringue (4:53)
1-07 Es Geht Ein Schnitter (3:14)
1-08 Bohemian Step (6:26)
1-09 Zocker (3:55)
1-10 Nut’s N News (3:10)
1-11 Gesicht Im Dunkel (5:41)
1-12 Mountain Way (2:31)
1-13 Ritas’s Tune (4:41)
1-14 G. String (2:59)
1-15 Baal (6:05)
1-16 Mzungu (1:47)

CD 2:
2-01 Roll On Euphrates (Titelmusik) (3:52)
2-02 You Make Me Nervous (4:08)
2-03 Mary In A Coma (5:49)
2-04 Kein Schöner La La (4:25)
2-05 Zombie Mama (4:47)
2-06 Stille Thränen Walzer (2:22)
2-07 City Of Magic (10:48)
2-08 Ultimate City Limit (5:52)
2-09 Morning In Berlin (3:12)
2-10 Aller Tage Abend Walzer (13:52)
2-11 Asagrai (4:59)
2-12 Mörderlied (6:13)
2-13 Balance (3:32)

CD 3:
3-01 Wallenstein (9:02)
3-02 Vision (3:51)
3-03 Fürst Von Atlantis (6:05)
3-04 Man On Fire (14:57)
3-05 Solo (5:36)
3-06 Messer Im Kopf (Titelmusik) (4:46)
3-07 Endstation Freiheit (Titelmusik) (3:37)
3-08 Der Tote Bin Ich (Titelmusik) (3:08)
3-09 Lurk (2:24)
3-10 Loony’s Walk (1:14)
3-11 Flächenbrand (Titelmusik) (2:17)
3-12 Decision (3:50)
3-13 Der Elch (5:01)
3-14 Koto (1:47)
3-15 Im Herzen Des Hurrican (Titelmusik) (5:15)

Tracklisting / Credits

CD 1:
Irmin Schmidt p, keyb
Michael Karoli g
Max Lasser g (#2–7)
Jaki Liebezeit dr (#1,8–16)
John Marshall dr (#2,3,5)
Trilok Gurtu perc (#8–12)
Frank Ema Outu b (#9–12)
Manfred Schoof tp (#2,3,5)
Gerd Dudek sax (#2,3,5,9)
Barney Wilen sax (#13)
Serge Ferrara accordeon (#1–7)
Steve Baker harmonica (#2–8)
Egon Stegemцller violin (#14)
Scott Terzaghi cello (#4,6,7)
David Johnson fl (#2,3,5)
Serge Feral oboe (#2,3,5)

CD 2:

Irmin Schmidt p, keyb
Michael Karoli g
Jaki Liebezeit dr
Jean-Luc Danna dr (#4,5)
Trilok Gurtu perc (#1,3)
Reebob Kwakuba perc (#2,7,9,11)
Gaetan Massabo perc (4,5)
Frank Ema Outu b (#1)
Manfred Schoof tp (#2,6–9,11,13)
Gerd Dudek sax (#1,6,8,10,13)
Serge Ferrara accordeon (#2,7,9–11)
Egon Stegemцller violin (#6,8,13)
David Johnson fl (#10)

CD 3:
Irmin Schmidt p, keyb
Michael Karoli g (#1–12,14)
Max Lasser g (#13,15)
Jaki Liebezeit dr
Walter Keiser dr (#13,15)
Trilok Gurtu perc (#1)
Rosko Gee b (#7,10,12)
Holger Czukay b (#9,11)
Peter Keiser b (#13,15)
Manfred Schoof tp (#9,11)
Gerd Dudek sax (#2)
Bruno Spoerri sax (#5,8)
Peter Aussem accordeon (#9,11)
Steve Baker harmonica (#1)
Egon Stegemцller violin (#2,4)

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September 8, 2008 Posted by | Can, Irmin Schmidt, Music_Electronica, Music_Experimental, Music_OST, _MUSIC | 1 Comment

Yann Tiersen – Discography (21 albums)

Guillaume Yann Tiersen (born 23 June 1970) is a French musician and composer known internationally for composing the score to the Jean-Pierre Jeunet movie Amélie.

His music is recognized by its use of a large variety of instruments in relatively minimalist compositions, often with a touch of either European classical music or french folk music, using primarily the piano, accordion or violin together with instruments like the melodica, xylophone, toy piano, ondes martenot, harpsichord and typewriter.

He has been compared to musicians like Chopin, Erik Satie, Phillip Glass and Michael Nyman!

1995 La valse des monstres
1996 Rue des Cascades
1997 Le Phare
1997 et Baestard La_Mancha
1998 Le Cyclope de la Mer
1998 La Vie Des Anges
1999 Tout est calme
1999 Black session
2001 Le fabuleux destin d’Amelie Poulain (BSO)
1995 La valse des monstres
2001 L’ absente
2002 Project Musica Planet
2003 C tait ici [Disc 1 & 2]
2003 Good bye Lenin! (BSO)
2003 On_Aime On Aide
2004 Shannon_Wright
2004 Concierto_en_Cartagena La Mar de Musicas live
2005 Les_Retrouvailles
2005 Muenchen
2006 Tiersen On tour
2008 Tabarly

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September 5, 2008 Posted by | France, Music_Classical, Music_Experimental, Music_WorldMusic, Yann Tiersen, _MUSIC | 6 Comments

Brian Eno & David Byrne – "My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts" (1981)

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Brian Eno & David Byrne – “My Life In The Bush Of Ghosts” (1981)

Released February 1981 (1981-02)
Recorded August 4, 1979–October 1980 at RPM Studios, New York; Blue Rock Studios, New York; Eldorado, Los Angeles; Different Fur, San Francisco; Sigma, New York
Genre Art rock, experimental music
Length 39:40
Label Sire Records
Producer David Byrne and Brian Eno

My Life in the Bush of Ghosts is a 1981 album by Brian Eno and David Byrne, titled after Amos Tutuola’s 1954 novel of the same name. The album was re-released in expanded form in 2006.

Receiving strong reviews upon its release, My Life is now regarded as a high point in the discographies of Eno and Byrne.

In a 1985 interview, Kate Bush stated the album “left a very big mark on popular music,” while critic John Bush describes it as “[a] pioneering work for countless styles connected to electronics, ambience, and Third World music.”

Tracklisting

Side One:

1. “America Is Waiting” (arr. Eno, Byrne, Bill Laswell, Tim Wright, David Van Tieghem) – 3:36
* Unidentified indignant radio host, San Francisco, April 1980.
2. “Mea Culpa” – 3:35
* Inflamed caller and smooth politician replying, both unidentified. Radio call-in show, New York, July 1979.
3. “Regiment” (Eno, Byrne, Michael “Busta Cherry” Jones) – 3:56
* Dunya Yusin, Lebanese mountain singer. (From The Human Voice in the World of Islam, Tangent Records TGS131)
4. “Help Me Somebody” – 4:18
* Reverend Paul Morton, broadcast sermon, New Orleans, June 1980.
5. “The Jezebel Spirit” – 4:55
* Unidentified exorcist, New York, September 1980.

Side Two:

1. “Qu’ran” – 3:46
* Algerian Muslims chanting Qu’ran. (Same source as track 3)
2. “Moonlight in Glory” – 4:19
* The Moving Star Hall Singers, Sea Islands, Georgia. (From The Moving Star Hall Singers, Folkways FS 3841). Produced by Guy Carawan.
3. “The Carrier” – 3:30
* Dunya Yusin. (See track 3)
4. “A Secret Life” – 2:30
* Samira Tewfik, Egyptian popular singer. (From Les Plus Grandes Artistes du Monde Arabe, EMI)
5. “Come with Us” – 2:38
* Unidentified radio evangelist, San Francisco, April 1980
6. “Mountain of Needles” – 2:35

All tracks written by Eno/Byrne except as indicated.

*Notes above indicate the voices sampled, from the liner notes.

“Qu’ran”, which features samples of Qur’anic recital, was replaced by “Very, Very Hungry” in some later releases. On some early editions of the record, “Very, Very Hungry” was included along with “Qu’ran” on the Compact Disc release.

Personnel

* David Byrne and Brian Eno – guitars, basses, synthesizers, drums, percussion, found objects
* John Cooksey – drums
* Chris Frantz – drums
* Dennis Keeley – bodhran
* Busta Jones – bass
* Bill Laswell – bass
* Mingo Lewis – bata, sticks
* Prairie Prince – can, bass drum
* Jose Rossy – congas, agong-gong
* Steve Scales – congas, metals
* David van Tieghem – drums, percussion
* Tim Wright – click bass
* Rooks on “Help Me Somebody” courtesy April Potts, Eglingham Hall

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August 29, 2008 Posted by | Brian Eno, David Byrne, Music_Alternative, Music_Electronica, Music_Experimental, _MUSIC | Leave a comment

Sonic Youth – SYR 7 & SYR 8 (2008)

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Sonic Youth – SYR 7 & SYR 8 (2008)
These are from a brand new band of kids called “Sonical Youth” or something!

They sound OK! I’ve a feeling these youngsters will go places!

Both of these Sonic Youth Recordings series albums were released in 2008.

Sonic Youth – SYR7: J’Accuse Ted Hughes
April 2008
SYR
SYR7: J’Accuse Ted Hughes is the seventh release in American group Sonic Youth’s SYR series.

It was released only on vinyl – the first in the series to receive no compact disc release – and features two songs: “J’Accuse Ted Hughes”, and “Agnès B. Musique”.

Tracklisting

  1. J’Accuse Ted Hughes – 22:53
  2. Agnès B. Musique – 18:15

LINK – MEDIAFIRE

Sonic Youth w/Jim O’Rourke, Mats Gustaffson (Sax), Merzbow (Noise) – SYR8: Andre Sider Af Sonic Youth
July 2008
SYR

SYR8: Andre Sider Af Sonic Youth is an album by Sonic Youth with Mats Gustafsson and Merzbow. It is the eighth release in the SYR series and was released on July 28, 2008.

Strangely, it was not released on vinyl.

The album title is in Danish and obviously means “Other sides of Sonic Youth”.

This is taken from a live show which features full band improv.

The players leave the stage one at a time until Merzbow is left. Then he makes some noises. Then he leaves!

Very zen!

Tracklisting

Andre Sider af Sonic Youth – 57:32

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August 29, 2008 Posted by | Jim O' Rourke, Music_Alternative, Music_Experimental, Sonic Youth, _MUSIC | 2 Comments