David Van Tieghem ‎– Safety In Numbers

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Private Music ‎– 2015-1-P
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A1 Galaxy
Electronics [Shortwave Radio] – Richard J. Van TieghemGuitar – Larry Saltzman
5:06
A2 Thunder Lizard
Engineer [Avic Studio] – Juri KawaiEngineer [Computer Operator, Avic Studio] – Masaki Sekijima, Tatsuhiko MoriGuitar – Larry SaltzmanSynthesizer [DX7 & TX7, Voyetra Eight, Memory Moog, Emulator II], Engineer [Ryuichi Sakamoto's Sounds And Sequences Were Realized Onto Multitrack Tape By] – David LeboltSynthesizer [DX7, Emulator II, Fairlight CMI IIx] – Ryuichi Sakamoto
5:00
A3 Crystals
Guitar, E-Bow [Guitar] – Eric LiljestrandHarp – Sara CutlerPiano – "Blue" Gene TyrannyVoice – Laura Demme
5:04
A4 Night Of The Cold Noses
Chapman Stick – Tony LevinElectronics [Shortwave Radio] – Richard J. Van TieghemFlute – Richard LandryPedal Steel Guitar – Ned Sublette
5:10
A5 Future
Drum [African Water Drums, Wooden Tongue Drum], Gamelan [Parabolic], Other [Parabolic Gamelan Designed And Built By] – Bill BuchenGuitar – Larry SaltzmanGuitar, E-Bow [Guitar] – Eric Liljestrand
4:54
B6 All Safe
Other [Special DX7 Percussion Patch Designed By] – Robby KilgoreSynthesizer [DX7 & TX7, Voyetra Eight, Memory Moog, Emulator II] – David LeboltVoice – Rebecca Armstrong
5:49
B7 Skeleton Key
Harp – Sara Cutler
4:23
B8 Clear
Engineer [Avic Studio] – Juri KawaiEngineer [Computer Operator, Avic Studio] – Masaki Sekijima, Tatsuhiko MoriGuitar – Larry SaltzmanHarp – Sara CutlerSynthesizer [DX7 & TX7, Voyetra Eight, Memory Moog, Emulator II], Engineer [Ryuichi Sakamoto's Sounds And Sequences Were Realized Onto Multitrack Tape By] – David LeboltSynthesizer [DX7, Emulator II, Fairlight CMI IIx] – Ryuichi Sakamoto
4:31
B9 Deep Sky
Drum [African Water Drums, Wooden Tongue Drum], Gamelan [Parabolic], Other [Parabolic Gamelan Designed And Built By] – Bill BuchenVoice – Laura Demme
2:43
B10 A Wing And A Prayer
Drum [African Water Drums, Wooden Tongue Drum], Gamelan [Parabolic], Other [Parabolic Gamelan Designed And Built By] – Bill Buchen
3:34

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Credits

  • Artwork [Front Cover Color Images Processing By]Howard Sochurek
  • Co-producerDavid Van Tieghem, Roma Baran
  • Design Concept [Cover Concept], DesignJo Bonney, Laura Demme
  • Drums, Synthesizer [Fairlight CMI IIx And Series III, Akai S900, Yamaha DX7 And DX100, Korg Poly-800, Roland Juno-60 And Octapads, Suzuki Musical Spring, Voyetra Eight, Linn LM-1, E.Mu SP-12], Marimba, Percussion [Metal Ashtrays, Plastic Milk Bottle, Scrap Metal, Japanese Stones, Finger Claps, Plastic Mailing Tube, Aluminium Soda Cans, Corrugated Plastic Hose, Lamp Parts, Plastic Sticks], Cymbal [Chinese Cymbals, Bowed Cymbal], Gong [Chinese Gongs], Piano, Clavinet [Hohner], Drum [Wooden Tongue, Ceramic Drums], Computer [Macintosh], Sequenced By [Opcode Sequencer], Bells, Toy [Jingle Ball, Ray Gun], Electronics [Processed Radio And Television Signals], Voice, Written-ByDavid Van Tieghem
  • Engineer [Assistant, Battery]Derek Davis
  • Engineer [Assistant, Skyline]Barbara DeMauro, Knut Bohn*
  • Mixed By [Mixing], Recorded By [Additional Recording]Leanne Ungar
  • Photography By [Graphics]Paula Court
  • Photography By [Portrait Photo By]Deborah Feingold
  • Programmed By [Fairlight Programming Assistance]Clive Smith, Eric Liljestrand
  • Recorded ByEric Liljestrand

Notes

Digitall recorded and digitalls mastered
Recorded at Battery Sound, New York City
Mixing and additional recording at Skyline Studios, NYC
Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC
Parabolic gamelan designed and built [at] Sonic Architecture

Ryuichi Sakamoto's overdubs were originally created on the NEC PC-9801 computer with RCP-PC98 Come On Music software at Avic Studio, Tokyo, Japan. The sounds and sequences were digitally transferred to various floppy disks and sent to Skyline Studios, NYC, where they were realized onto multitrack tape via Macíntosh computer, Southworth MIDI interface, and Mark of the Unicorn Performer software.

The creative input of the participants on this record is gratefully acknowledged.

Tracks A1 & A4 are derived from my original score to the ballet "Rough Assemblage", commissioned by choreographer Richard Tanner for the Pennsylvania Ballet.
Tracks A3 & B9 are derived from my original score to the Broadway production of "The Alchemedians", commissioned by performers Michael Moschen and Bob Berky.
Tracks B5 & B6 are derived from my original score to the ballet "VII to VIII", commissioned by choreographer Elisa Monte for the Boston Ballet.

In memory of Paul Price.

Ryuichi Sakamoto appears courtesy of MIDI Inc.

Manufactured and Distributed in the United States by RCA Records

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Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 010058201519
  • Rights Society (Publisher): ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Label): 2015-1-PA
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Label): 2015-1-PB
  • Matrix / Runout (A-Side Runout Etching): A2E 2015-1-PA-2 MASTERDISK I
  • Matrix / Runout (B-Side Runout Etching): A2G 2015-1-PB-3 I

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
PMP-28010 David Van Tieghem Safety In Numbers(LP, Album, Promo) Private Music PMP-28010 Japan 1987 Sell This Version
2015-2-P David Van Tieghem Safety In Numbers(CD, Album) Private Music 2015-2-P US 1987 Sell This Version
32XB-143 David Van Tieghem Safety In Numbers(CD, Album) Private Music, Alfa Records, Inc 32XB-143 Japan 1987 Sell This Version
PMP-28010 David Van Tieghem Safety In Numbers(LP, Album) Private Music PMP-28010 Japan 1987 Sell This Version
260 967 David Van Tieghem Safety In Numbers(CD, Album) Private Music 260 967 Germany 1987 Sell This Version

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