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|A1||Glückskugel - Title (Ball Of Luck)
Drums – Walter Keiser
|A2||Glückskugel - The Race|
Drums – Thomas Moeckel*Electric Guitar – Martin A. Grütter
|A5||Soft Art Theme|
|B1||Lilith - Singing In The Dark
Vocals – Barbara Fuchs (2)
|B2||Lilith - The Dance
Bass – Thomas HeidepriemDrums – Curt TreierGuitar – Thomas Moeckel*Piano – Renato Anselmi
|B3||Lilith - On The Way|
|B5||Wer Gwünnt? (Who Wins?)
Music By – Rhythm Section Of The Radio Zürich Band
- Composed By – Bruno Spoerri
A1 - 1978. Swiss TV rejected these tracks for a new TV-show as being too modern! The melody lines are played with a Lyricon I (multitracked), ARP Odyssey and EMS Synthi 100
A2 - 1978. Another Unused track from the same show. They wanted a very nervous rhythmic sound to enhance the tension - and then of course it was too rhythmic...
A3 - 1972. PR-Disc for an Iron-Foundry company EMS Synthi-100, tape loops with sounds from the factory.
A4 - Les Electroniciens - the original recording!(originally: Konzert für el. Fahrschalter, Hubhyrdraulik, el. Gitarre & Synthesizer) 1971, a PR-disc for the company Lansing-Bagnall. The strange noises are the real sounds of the machine, realised with the Synthi-100, 2 two-track tape machines.
A5 - 1980 Documentary Film about an art exhibition in Zurich (dir, Ettore Cella, prod. André Amsler for Tope Film) realised with the Synthie 100 and prepared piano.
B1 - 1978, Experimental film by Swiss filmmaker Kurt Aeschbacher (one evening of a striptease dancer).
B2 - played by the band, overdubbed with saxophone, lyricon and synthis.
B3 - from the same film music: the music accompanies the trip from the homeoutside Zurich to the cabaret - a lot of traffic, noises and anticipation.
B4 - (originally: Konzert für SIG-Pressluftwerkzeuge) 1971, one of my first electronic works for an art exhibition. I did this track in one long night session in our living room and drove my familly almost crazy with it. It was played then in a trade exhibition in Basle, until everybody complained about the noise...realised with 2 two-track Revox tape machines (one with a loop), 1 Nagra mono tape recorder, the VCS-3 and an early Japanese Keio drum machine.
B5 - 1972, Title music for a very successful Swiss TV-quiz, realised with the Synthi 100 and the rhythm section of the Radio Zürich Band.
Publishing copyright control. Thanks to DJ Dino Lötscher.
[P] Finders Keepers Records 2006 [C] Bruno Spoerri
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