Κυριακή, 12 Φεβρουαρίου 2012
the same friend that suggested the michael vetter LP/7" remind me of the bodin / johnson 'semikolon' LP. to tell you the truth i wasn't a fan of bodin's works. with only but a couple of exceptions his works never attracted me. on the other hand i always liked johnson's works. not perhaps as much as of other text sound artists but a lot.
when i received this 1965 LP recorded of a radio play in the swedish radio i admit i had the shit out of me. not as freaked as someone might believe but it's a gorgeous amazingly structured work that nails you down while listening. ever since i bought it became one of my most beloved and favest text sound classics of my collection. hope it works the same for you!
record infos here (wav upload side per side rip)
LP infos here
Αναρτήθηκε από www.noise-below.org στις 12:41 π.μ.
Σάββατο, 11 Φεβρουαρίου 2012
till the moment i learned from a friend about this record i was aware only of michael vetter's contributions to various stockhausen projects most notable the aus den sieben tagen boxset and the scarce info i had tracked down here and there. i can't say i was much into his later 80's / 90's work as they didn't work for me.
so when i tracked down this one thanks to that friend i was foxed of whether to get it or not. risked and the risk blew me off with this curiosity!
on this record michael vetter experiments with children who improvise with a language without words and the result is outstanding and totally outsider if you wanna use this word.
listen yourself to get what i mean!
Αναρτήθηκε από www.noise-below.org στις 11:37 μ.μ.