Various ‎– Touch 33

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Touch ‎– T33
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Cassette, Compilation, C60
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The Third Mind
A1 Unknown Artist Mobile
A2 Koto Numariya Nakano-Ku
A3 Andy Ross Bush / Xylatymbou
A4 IOOO In The One
A5 S. Eritrea Chant
A6 Unknown Artist A Clean Mirror
A7 Unknown Artist Gamelan Music From Bali
A8 Soliman Gamil Music Dialogue
A9 Unknown Artist Return Of Paradise
A10 Fasili Kassa East Of The River
A11 Bamyali Sheep
A12 Unknown Artist The Children's Hour
Narrator [Read By] – Arthur Storey McKenzie
The Last Wave
B1 Touch 33 / Andy Warhol Orange Disaster
B2 Flesh Box (Extract)
Written-by [Written With] – George Handleigh
B3 Terry Fox / Touch 33 Internal Sound
B4 Empty Words Sign Language
Triptych
B5 Not I I. The Blue Wind
Composed By – A.M*
B6 Not I II. 4 Doors
Composed By – A.M*
B7 Not I III. Painted Faces
Composed By – A.M*

Credits

Notes

A8 courtesy of The Egyptian Cultural Embassy
Mastered at the Suitcase Studios 23/24 Jan 1983.
©TOUCH 1983
except A1 © Passion Songs
A3 © Rondor Music Ltd.
B3 © Anacrusis Music Publishing/Ronald Feldman Fine Arts, Inc.
Thanks to Simon Turner.

TOUCH ::: Andrew McKenzie, Garry Mouat, Jon Wozencroft, Michael Harding.
All rights of the manufacturer and of the owner of the recorded work reserved.
Cassettes by Maxell.
Use noise reduction.

Edition of 1000 copies

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
00653-83 Various Touch 33(Cass, Comp, Unofficial, C60) Pressing Problems 00653-83 UK 1983 Sell This Version

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johnson-smith

johnson-smith

February 19, 2017
I have a question about this release. With my copy the first piece consists of an almost unbearably high pitched whine over ambient sounds. It's mastered very differently than the rest of the tape. I'm wondering if this is native to the release or if a previous owner taped over the first piece in a very odd manner. Can anyone help me out?
dropandroll

dropandroll

March 18, 2013
I was given a copy of this release a year or two ago. The j-card is professionally printed, but the cassette itself appears to be on branded stock, though handstamped and handwritten stickers have been overlaid. Was this usual for Touch releases or has someone copied up a tape separately?