Sunday, 19 October 2008

back from KYTN and random playings....

And we're back again this week, and again have to say thanks to Gordon for covering with his version of The Fog which he calls, Scottish Mist :)

In anycase, we're done with vinyl-not that I've run out of vinyl, just my obsession has and we're doing something a bit different tonight. I thought I'd revisit some 'electrical' sounding tracks so I started building the playlist and after I had assimilated about 5 hours worth of tracks I realized I could choose what to get rid of, there for, the Zen player gets to choose!

Hope you enjoy the random shuffle!

1. Alva Noto + Ryuichi Sakamoto, Duoon, Haunted Weather. Music, Silence and Memory
2. Echart Tolle, In the Presence of a Great Mystery, audio book 2002, excerpt
3. GX Jupitter-Larsen, and Kenji Siratori, Japenese Spoken Noise
4. Part 3, Zaphorus, Merzbow
5. Cor Fuhler and Gert-Jan Prins, Tulip Creek, The Flirts
6. Frederick Gregory, The Teaching Company, The End of Science, Final Lecture excerpt
7. Groom, Rick Reed, Box set,
8. Keith Rowe Thomas Lehn, Marcus Schmickler, Rabbit Run, Erstwhile Records, excerpt 1
9. Jason Kahn Norbert Moslang Gunter Muller Keichiro Shibuya Maria, Signal to Noise, vol 1.
10. Bill Thompson, Major Morgan Improvisation,
11. Stephen P McGreevy, CD1, Kenai Crazy Whistlers, Electric Enigma- the VLF Recordings
12. The Fantomas,-Melvins Big Band, Good Morning Slaves
13. Wolf Eyes, Tryin' Times, Bulb CD
14. Keith Rowe Thomas Lehn, Marcus Schmickler, Rabbit Run, Erstwhile Records, excerpt 2
15. Emil Beauileaiu, A Punch in the Face, RRR Records
16. Video Shorts with 2 Announcements, The American Doomsday Cults, Vol 14, Church Universal and Triumphant,
17. Part 2, Zaphorus, Merzbow
17. .at/on [mn011] prostir, x
18. Luc Ferrari, Aux Sons Tendus, Tautologoa and Other Early electronic Works
19. Glisando Illusion 2, Musical Illusions Tape,
20. Audio Track 5, unknown artist
21. William Burroughs, Real English Tea Served Here, Towers Open Fire, Experimental Audio Research
22. Data Rape 2, Data Rape, Experimental Audi Research

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