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Old 04-02-2017, 10:42 AM   #19441 (permalink)
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Next to Ken Nordine, Franklyn MacCormack had a wonderful voice.
Both of those guys had visited my house decades ago (on separate times).
Does yours have the booklet that came with it?
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Next to Ken Nordine, Franklyn MacCormack had a wonderful voice.
Both of those guys had visited my house decades ago (on separate times).
Does yours have the booklet that came with it?
Christ, rostasi! Is there anyone you don't know? Have you had Dick Raaymakers over for tea? Astounding!

Sadly I do not have the booklet for this one, though I do have instructional manuals which accompanied albums like Learn to Touch Type, Learn (Morse) Code the Easy Way, How to Strip for Your Husband Vol II, and How To Speak Hip.







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Christ, rostasi! Is there anyone you don't know? Have you had Dick Raaymakers over for tea? Astounding!

Sadly I do not have the booklet for this one, though I do have instructional manuals which accompanied albums like Learn to Touch Type, Learn (Morse) Code the Easy Way, How to Strip for Your Husband Vol II, and How To Speak Hip.
That Del Close/John Brent LP is pretty great. So are the others (but for different reasons ).
BTW, I highly recommend the Dick Raaymakers book A Monograph if you don't already have it.
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I highly recommend the Dick Raaymakers book A Monograph if you don't already have it.
A recommendation of music lit from rostasi is not something to be ignored. I'll explore it straight away. Thanks!
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Three fun Raaymakers videos:

Spoiler for IDEOPHONE 1:


Spoiler for INTONA:


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Spoiler for The Graphic Method Bicycle:
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Wonderful stuff - thanks for sharing them! (Context for the Bicycle piece here.)

My introduction to his work was The Electrosoniks ‎ Electronic Music LP on Philips from 1962. I was astonished the first time I heard the track, "Moon Maid" from this album as the entire introduction was used (far more popularly) by The Ran-dells on their novelty hit, "The Martian Hop."

Here's "Moon Maid."



No sampling credit was given to Tom Dissevelt or Dick Raaymakers (here performing under the alias, Kid Baltan), and the Ran-Dells went on for decades to be hailed for their pioneering use of sine wave generators in music composition.



It's a great early example of uncleared sampling, though Buchanan & Goodman did it far more conspicuously with their break-in record, "The Flying Saucer Parts 1 & 2" - the earliest known mash-up track recorded in 1956.

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That Ran-Dells tune used to give me nightmares.
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That Ran-Dells tune used to give me nightmares.
Joanie Bartels' 1991 cover still does.

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Yeah, I forgot about that version - thankfully.

Of course, now I'm thinking of that other extraterrestrial tune.
Do you prefer the Klaatu original or The Carpenters version?
(or The Langley Schools version for that matter).
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