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Konkrete Canticle - Experiments In Disintegrating Language FLAC album

Konkrete Canticle - Experiments In Disintegrating Language FLAC album
Title:
Experiments In Disintegrating Language
Performer:
Konkrete Canticle
Style:
Musique Concrète, Speech, Experimental
Released:
FLAC album size:
1166 mb
Other formats:
TTA DXD ADX MIDI MPC MP1 DTS
Rating:
4.6 ✪
Konkrete Canticle - Experiments In Disintegrating Language FLAC album

Tracklist Hide Credits

A1 Charles Verey Blood Rumba
A2 Charles Verey Morning Was
A3 Neil Mills Seven Number Poems
A4 Thomas A. Clark Spell For Sarah
A5 Charles Verey Some Very Idle Diamonds Reset For John Ruskin
A6 Neil Mills Gong Poem
A7 Neil Mills Squalinda
A8 Thomas A. Clark Some Flowers
A9 Charles Verey [Title Unrepresentable]
A10 Charles Verey n annu eve
A11 Charles Verey [Title Unrepresentable]
A12 Charles Verey ip og it u
A13 Charles Verey Cry Jim Sped
A14 Charles Verey [Title Unrepresentable]
A15 Neil Mills, Elaine Mills Number Poem For Two Voices (Two Sections)
A16 Thomas A. Clark Mantra
B1 Konkrete Canticle Breeze
Lyrics By – Paula Claire
B2 Konkrete Canticle Ga(il s)o(ng)
Lyrics By – Bob Cobbing
B3 Konkrete Canticle Coacervate Poem
Lyrics By – Michael Chant
B4 Konkrete Canticle Energygalaxy
Lyrics By – Paula Claire
B5 Konkrete Canticle Astound
Lyrics By – Paula Claire
B6 Konkrete Canticle A Sandwich Poem, Consisting Of A Poem For Voice And Mandolin And Poem For Gillian
Lyrics By – Bob Cobbing
B7 Konkrete Canticle Hymn To The Sacred Mushroom
Lyrics By – Bob Cobbing

Credits

  • Recorded By – Murray Marshall, Tony Spalton

Notes

Title for track A9:

r t e
-p gr
--a

Title for track A11:

--f yo
o t Ne
-toKi

Title for track A14:

whi ing & wou ing
-tend her

[the dashes are to allow the proper positioning of the second and third lines and should be disregarded.]

Konkrete Canticle is a self titled work by a collective of Bob Cobbing, Paula Claire and Michael Chant.

Packaged in a sleeve made from thick, coated paper with the text of the poems printed inside.

Published by the Arts Council of Great Britain, October 1971.
Reviews:
  • Llbery
Beware : the original inner sleeve on this has a plastic quality that alters the vinyl's surface. It's not too bad, the sound is more than decent decades later, but visuay, it looks quite scary.