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Old 07-19-2018, 06:59 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Random Radio 013: electrophotomural



The original methods and creation of electronic music was
sound-based and not rhythm-based (as it is today for most
people under 30 years old) and so there’s a generational
difference when it comes to a definition of “electronic music.”

This mix is a layered exploration of some rather rare early
works that explored sound thru various experimental
methods of good old fashioned cut and splice tape music
and electronic sound generating techniques that gave us
a wide variety of early electroacoustic music.

Instead of presenting individual works one after another,
this mix is a layering of over three dozen excerpts of works
in order to present a kind of audio mural that isn’t necessarily
meant to be a 3 hour plus focus of attention anymore than you
would spend a lot of time spotlighting each square inch of an
interesting painting. Future mixes may feature whole works
taken from the many hundreds of recordings that I have of
these early, lesser known works, but these are a few highlights -
some with special meaning for me growing up listening to them.

For example: the mix starts with Frank Garvey’s album “Omnicircus
which, along with his album “Labyrinth” (which is excerpted
beginning about 2 hours, 36 minutes into the mix), I purchased
from him in the late 70s at a concert of video art he did in Chicago.

About 1 hour 27 minutes in, there begins an excerpt from Douglas
Leedy
’s “Entropical Paradise” - a three LP set on the classical label
Seraphim from the early 70s. These six-sides/six-pieces box sets
were later available in record stores for $1.99 each and because
it was something that I used to stack up on the turntable at night
to fall asleep to, I bought at least 3 more copies at that cheap price.

The very last piece on the mix is from an album that I had some
difficulty trying to sell to record stores in 1980 when I was working
for a very small independent record distributor. It’s “No Imagination
from Gregory Jones & Roy Sablosky. I liked the record very much
and had to try to sell it thru sheer enthusiasm rather than try to
explain the glories of pulse generators and the Serge Modular.

Anyway, get comfortable, read a good science fiction book and let
the various segments of early electronic sound mixed with acoustic
instruments, the occasional field recording, poetic text reading, or
mind-bending sonic assault dive-bombing into softly massaging
near-silences take you into the early world of electronic sound when
composer-performers had a tangle of patch cords and tape that they
needed to wrestle with in order to realize what was in their heads.
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Random Radio 014: Minimillion Swell



If you don’t have access to an underground car park,
then headphones may have to do. Be aware there are
low and high frequencies that may give your speakers
(and your ears) a real workout. A relaxed attitude toward
low volume is desired.

Sounds from (in no particular order):

• Zimoun
• Mahmoud Refat
• Fourm
• Kenneth Kirschner
• FM3
• Mise-en-scčne
• Richard Garet
• Asher
• Pe Lang
• Bloom
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Random Radio 015: Periodic Table of Tunes 61 - 90



Periodic Table of the Elements in titles.
I originally did this many years ago and
was going to upload it here, but I decided
to use more modern tunes in most cases
this time. First 30 are in program 005.
Next 30 are in program 010.
The final batch: 91 - 118
will be available in
program 020.

Mika Vainio & Joachim Nordwall - Promethium
Michael Brook - Samarium
Forever Einstein - Europium
Axons - Gadolinium
Bramble - Terbium
Komparce - Dysprosium
Taheem Jamaal - Holmium
Solxis - Erbium
Matthew Atkins - Thulium
Kutsal Sümük - Ytterbium
Lu.Wildly - Lutétium
Qvonimal - Hafnium Sexuality
Tuna Salad - Tantalum
Esmerine - Tungsten
Make.A.Virus - Rhenium Radius
Tokyo Zawinul Bach - Lychee Osmium
Kenophos - Iridium
Second Thought - Platinum
Komet - Gold
Eshu - Mercury
Nick Parkin - Thallium
Andrea Belfi - Lead
Ole Mathisen - Bismuth
O Yuki Conjugate - Polonium
Karl Schroeder - Astatine
Kodiak & N - Radon
Hatsune Miku - Francium
O - Radium
Puissance - Actinium
Synnack - Thorium
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Random Radio 016: Halloween/Dķa de Muertos -
The Silver City Broadcast 002




The Munsters - Herman Says Hello
Sheb Wooley - The Purple People Eater
Jim Stafford - Swamp Witch
Kay Starr - The Headless Horseman
Ronnie Cook & the Gaylads - Goo Goo Muck
The Bird and the Bee - Witch
Manfred Hübler & Siegfried Schwab - The Dead Do Rise vs. People's Playground
Eels - Trouble with Dreams
Creedence Clearwater Revival - Bad Moon Rising
Flogging Molly - Devils Dance Floor
Jack Marshall - The Munsters Theme
Brenton Wood - Oogum Boogum
Amy Rigby - Like Rasputin
North American Hallowe'en Prevention Initiative - Do They Know It's Halloween
King Horror - Dracula, Prince of Darkness
Camper van Beethoven - Six More Miles to the Graveyard
June Tabor & the Oyster Band - Night Comes In
They Might Be Giants - Dr. Evil
The Crystalites - Blacula
The Jimmy Castor Bunch - King Kong
Dirty Dozen Brass Band & Elvis Costello - That's How You Got Killed Before
Johann Sebastian Bach - Toccata & Fugue, Bwv 565 (D Minor) 1. Toccata
The Persuasions - Dry Bones
The Rolling Stones - Sympathy for the Devil
Lambert, Hendricks & Ross - Halloween Spooks
King Horror - Loch Ness Monster
Bob McFadden and Dor - The Mummy
Vic Mizzy - Hide and Go Shriek
Inflatable Boy Clams - Skeletons
Siouxsie and the Banshees - Halloween
Pilchard (The Hives vs. Screaming Lord Sutch) - Jack the Ripper
The Jim Carroll Band - People Who Died
Marilyn Sokol - I Want a Monster to Be My Friend
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Random Radio 017: Nordic Nova

Contemporary Scandinavian jazz with an emphasis on Finland.



Peloton - Munoz
Aapo Heinonen Quintet - Healing Flows
Juhani Aaltonen - Path with Heart
Jori Huhtala 3 - Rapids
Kari Ikonen & Karikko - Harmaja
Tuomas Wäinölä - Ruostetta
Jukka Perko Tritone - Bebop
Beat - Aspenius
Jukka Gustavson - Yksi Suru Yksi Riemu
Gourmet - Voice of Velour
Antti Sarpila Swing Band - Lullaby in Swing
Suvanne - Einon Leino
Tunto - Forgiving Music
Breadmachine - Starboy
Elifantree - A Fool's Paradise
Veli Kujala - Hyperchromatic Counterpoint: IV. Accordion Hyperoriental
Heikki Sarmanto - Grass Dream
Jarmo Savolainen - Bottoms
Esa Pietilä - Elegy Time
Jukka Gustavson Organ Fusion Band - Ai Ai Ai Vapaus on Päässyt Karkuun
Mikko Pellinen Mini Big Band - Sky High
Kaisa Kulmala Trio - Armin Laulu
Erlend Skomsvoll - Vossajassjazz
Eero Koivistoinen - Mean Meat Blues
Tessa Virta - Overture
Slo Motive - Journey's End
Groove Convention - The Final Bar Blues
Joonas Haavisto - Issues
Korma - Pickpocket
Mikko Hassinen - Thermo Gear Soft
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Random Radio 013: electrophotomural



The original methods and creation of electronic music was
sound-based and not rhythm-based (as it is today for most
people under 30 years old) and so there’s a generational
difference when it comes to a definition of “electronic music.”

This mix is a layered exploration of some rather rare early
works that explored sound thru various experimental
methods of good old fashioned cut and splice tape music
and electronic sound generating techniques that gave us
a wide variety of early electroacoustic music.

Instead of presenting individual works one after another,
this mix is a layering of over three dozen excerpts of works
in order to present a kind of audio mural that isn’t necessarily
meant to be a 3 hour plus focus of attention anymore than you
would spend a lot of time spotlighting each square inch of an
interesting painting. Future mixes may feature whole works
taken from the many hundreds of recordings that I have of
these early, lesser known works, but these are a few highlights -
some with special meaning for me growing up listening to them.

For example: the mix starts with Frank Garvey’s album “Omnicircus
which, along with his album “Labyrinth” (which is excerpted
beginning about 2 hours, 36 minutes into the mix), I purchased
from him in the late 70s at a concert of video art he did in Chicago.

About 1 hour 27 minutes in, there begins an excerpt from Douglas
Leedy
’s “Entropical Paradise” - a three LP set on the classical label
Seraphim from the early 70s. These six-sides/six-pieces box sets
were later available in record stores for $1.99 each and because
it was something that I used to stack up on the turntable at night
to fall asleep to, I bought at least 3 more copies at that cheap price.

The very last piece on the mix is from an album that I had some
difficulty trying to sell to record stores in 1980 when I was working
for a very small independent record distributor. It’s “No Imagination
from Gregory Jones & Roy Sablosky. I liked the record very much
and had to try to sell it thru sheer enthusiasm rather than try to
explain the glories of pulse generators and the Serge Modular.

Anyway, get comfortable, read a good science fiction book and let
the various segments of early electronic sound mixed with acoustic
instruments, the occasional field recording, poetic text reading, or
mind-bending sonic assault dive-bombing into softly massaging
near-silences take you into the early world of electronic sound when
composer-performers had a tangle of patch cords and tape that they
needed to wrestle with in order to realize what was in their heads.
Just starting to check this out. Did you do the tape manipulation? Do you have links for 1-12?

This obviously deserves more attention.

Thank you for doing this.
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Just starting to check this out. Did you do the tape manipulation? Do you have links for 1-12?
This obviously deserves more attention.
Thank you for doing this.
You're welcome. Don't know if it's "deserving" of more attention here,
but it does get it at other forums which does make sense considering.

Are you able to see signature files below people's posts?
If not, mine has three: a link to live sound from my desktop;
my Last.FM page; and my Mixcloud account which is here.
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Yep. Got it.
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Random Radio 019: Holiday Jigunsawn

Rad roses, case of bananas and mean drugs for the holiday.



Jesu - Christmas
Slaughter & the Dogs - Run Rudolph Run
The Bird and the Bee - Carol of the Bells
Blaine L. Reininger - Jingle Hell
Homer & Jethro - Santa Claus, the Original Hippie
Lucho Beltrįn - Inocente Navidad
Paul Matavire & Jairos Jiri Band - Christmas Yaswedera
Los Bengala - Ande La Marimorena
Janove Ottesen & Kitchen Orchestra - Pumper Julen Rett Inn
Aan - Island Ganja Santa Claus (Don't Be No Bumbaclaus)
Martin Lundberg - Julcalypso
Luis Bordon - Jingle Bells
Black Tape for a Blue Girl - Chanukkah, Oh Chanukkah
Danis Rise - Christmas - Alex Il Martinenko Remix
Chris Murray - A Moose in a Maple Tree - the All Canadian 12 Days of Christmas (Canuck Version)
Irma Thomas - May Ev’ry Day Be Christmas
Sofia Jernberg - Bereden Väg För Herran
Jeff Beck - Amazing Grace
Betty Carter - Home for the Holidays
The Fall - Hark the Herald Angels Sing
Aba Taano - Malaika
Insane Clown Posse - Skanta Claws
Slask - Cicha Noc / Silent Night, Solo: Izabela Binek
Klapa Maslina - Bo˛ić Je...
See New Project - We Wish You a Merry Christmas
Free Pizza - Osum Christmas Carol
Eddie Higgins - Silent Night
Ursula 1000 - Mr. Hrundi's Holiday
Abk - Kill Santa Man
Hanns Eisler - Mr Pickwick's Christmas: I Have the Highest Pleasure
Noėl Akchoté - I'll Be Home for Christmas
Marbelle - When They Ring the Golden Bell
Cheo Feliciano - Me La Gozo Entera
Poet Name Life - Poet Name Life / Merry Christmas
Marcelo Radulovich - Holiday Season
Lucho Bermśdez - Tolś
Wayra - Broken Wings
Christian Mcbride Trio - Santa Claus, Go Straight to the Ghetto
Maia Amada - Little Drummer Boy
Grupo El Reto - Frente a La Chimenea
Cyril Pahinui - Auld Lang Syne
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Random Radio 020: Periodic Table of Tunes 91 - 118

Periodic Table of the Elements in titles.
The final installment of which had some extra challenges
because a few of the most recent elements received
their official names just weeks ago, so finding pieces
with the new names became a little more challenging.
You'll also discover that this batch is a lot more edgier
than the previous ones - with the whole series ending
in quite a bang.

The beginning of this project can be found at Random Radio 005 and
subsequent editions are at 010, 015 with the final batch being right here.




Löschel Skrepek Zrost - Protactinium
Matthew Bourne & Franck Vigroux - Uranium
Autumn of Communion - Neptunium
Theyys - Plutonium
Atomic Bride - Americium 241
Martyn Heyne - Curium
Michael Brückner - Berkelium
Magnétophone - Californium
Forever Einstein - Einsteinium
Autechre - Fermium
Ramorae - Mendelevium
Noxious Emotion - Nobelium
Ehgdae - Lawrencium
Anthony Bernal - Rutherfordium
Aldubb - Dubnium
La Foudre & Frd - Seaborgium: Sg 106 (Solaris Vs Terminator) Broken Mix
Holmium - Bohrium
Grave Architecture - Hassium
MT - Meitnerium
Doukus - Darmstadtium
Janet Kuypers - Roentgenium
Systemerror - Copernicium
Stupid Cosmonaut - Ununtrium (Nihonium)
Unspent - Flerovium (Original Mix)
Calvert - Moscovium
Rompasso - Livermorium (Original Mix)
Don't Bother They're Here - Tennessine
Strelokk - Oganesson
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