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John Duncan - First Recordings 1978 - 1985 mp3 album

  • Performer: John Duncan
  • Title: First Recordings 1978 - 1985
  • Genre: Electronic / Audiobooks
  • Country: Germany
  • Formats: ADX ASF FLAC MP3 WMA AC3 MMF
  • Released: 2006
  • Style: Field Recording, Noise, Experimental
  • MP3 album: 1439 mb
  • FLAC album: 1189 mb
  • Rating: 4.1/5
  • Votes: 242
John Duncan - First Recordings 1978 - 1985 mp3 album

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John Duncan: First Recordings 1978-1985 3xLP and DVD released by Vinyl On Demand, DE. The Keening Towers (excerpt) 2xCD released by Institute of Contemporary Art, USA. 2005.

Early recordings 1978- 1985 by John Duncan. Provocative artist gets boxed. John Duncan debuted in the late 70s with several, now very collectable, cassette albums for his private AQM label. Send it to ti. onesopolis. John Duncan - Early recordings 1978- 1985. Probably best known for his controversial radio and video work (a DVD with two short films is included in this set), Duncan’s work is full of contradiction.

VOD 033 John Duncan First Recordings 1978 - 1985 (Comp) VOD 33 special limited 33 friends 2006.

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Tracklist

A1 John Duncan Dance
A2 John Duncan Quan Am
A3 John Duncan Phase
A4 John Duncan Head
A5 John Duncan Untitled
A6 John Duncan Walpurgisnacht
A7 John Duncan Phantom
B1 John Duncan Purge
B2 John Duncan Untitled
C BDR Ensemble Untitled
D BDR Ensemble Untitled
E1 John Duncan No
E2 John Duncan Probe
F John Duncan Gain
DVD-1 John Duncan Prayer
DVD-2 John Duncan Phantom

Credits

  • Composed By – Joe Potts (tracks: A6), John Duncan (tracks: A1 to B2)
  • Other [Close Radio Host] – Paul McCarthy (tracks: C to E1)
  • Other [Dark Market Host] – Ito Haruhiro (tracks: A1 to B2)
  • Other [Stairway Guard] – Michael Le Donne-Bhennet (tracks: E1), Tom Recchion (tracks: E1)
  • Percussion – Tom Recchion (tracks: C, D)
  • Performer [Conversations With Listeners] – John Duncan (tracks: C, D)
  • Performer [Field Recordings] – Paul Hurst (tracks: F)
  • Performer [Reichian Event] – John Duncan (tracks: E1)
  • Performer [Shortwave] – John Duncan (tracks: A1 to B2, E2, F), Paul Hurst (tracks: F)
  • Recorded By – John Duncan (tracks: F), Paul Hurst (tracks: F)
  • Voice – John Duncan (tracks: A1 to B2)
  • Voice [Recorded Voice] – John Duncan (tracks: E1)
  • Woodwind – Michael Le Donne-Bhennet (tracks: C, D)

Notes

This is the limited friends edition of 33 numbered copies in a red Box Set with silver or golden imprints instead of the black Box Set with black imprints, especially for the artist and a few other people in relation to VOD.
10 out of the 33 have 2 glossy inner-cover instead of the normal ones.

A1 - B2: Dark Market Broadcast
Composed for live broadcast on Dark Market Over Pirate FM Radio Code, Tokyo, 1985.
Recorded and broadcast from studio Unomori, Tokyo.
First released on C60 cassette by Cause & Effect, USA.

C - D: Station Event
BDR ensemble live on Close Radio over KPFK, Los Angeles, 1978.
Improvised live in separate studios, with the performers unable to hear between them, mixed with listeners' responses.
First released on C60 cassette by AQM, Los Angeles.

E1: No
Broadcast live on Close Radio over KPFK, Los Angeles, 1978.
Performed in KPFK's open stage studio as guards block station staff and visitors from entering the event area.
First released on C30 cassette by AQM, Los Angeles.

E2: Probe
Composed for Assemblée Générale n°5 compilation 1984/85.
First released on C30 by Ptôse Production.

F: Gain
Recorded at studio Unomori, Tokyo, 1984.
First released on side A of a C60 cassette by AQM, Tokyo.

DVD-1: Prayer
Video released as "Prayer" video, AQM303 .

DVD-2: Phantom
Video released on "Testament" video, RRR .

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
VOD 33 John Duncan First Recordings 1978 - 1985 ‎(3xLP + DVD + Box, Comp, Ltd, Num) Vinyl-on-demand VOD 33 Germany 2006




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