Re: [thewire] That Seattle Album
- Hey John;
While I haven't gotten around to reading the Wire review. I believe what
you are talking about is:
Christopher DeLaurenti's "N30" disc.
It's about 78 minutes long with 3 tracks, one is a sound collage w/
various people saying "Cocaine"
the second is experimental tones and the third is a 61+ minute field
recording of the WTO fracas.
It's pretty interesting, tho probably moreso if you were there.
It was released on Sonarmap.net label on Nov. 30, 2000 and comes in a
hand folded red cardstock pack for $10.
He also writes for the Seattle experimental music journal The Tentacle
You can get streaming mp3 of his work at www.sonarmap.net
or email him at chris@...
My five for 2000
were the five discs from Bob Marleys' "Songs of Freedom" boxset which I
finally got around to buying.
On Sun, 31 Dec 2000 13:36:06 -0000 "John Gibson"
> OK, does anyone have some PRACTICAL info re. that Seattle anti-WTO________________________________________________________________
> 'documentary' album reviewed by Ben Watson in the current issue,
> like when it comes out etc.
> For what it's worth, here's my five for 2000:
> John Fahey - Hitomi
> The Necks - Hanging Gardens
> Dean Roberts - And the Black Moths Play the Grand Cinema
> The Sea and Cake - Oui
> DAT Politics - Tracto Flirt
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