Various ‎– New Music For Electronic & Recorded Media. Women In Electronic Music - 1977

Label:
New World Records ‎– 80653-2, New World Records ‎– DIDX # 126512
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CD, Compilation, Reissue, Remastered
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Trackliste Verberge Mitwirkende

1 Johanna M. Beyer* Music Of The Spheres
Composed By – Johanna M. Beyer*Electronics [Frequency Shifting], Mixed By – Donald BuchlaElectronics [Pulse Control] – Brenda HutchinsonEnsemble – The Electric Weasel EnsembleRecorded By – Robert ShumakerSynthesizer [Music Easel Synthesizer] – Allen Strange, David Morse, Stephen RuppenthalTriangle – Charles Amirkhanian
5:57
2 Annea Lockwood World Rhythms
Composed By – Annea Lockwood
8:24
3 Pauline Oliveros Bye Bye Butterfly
Composed By – Pauline Oliveros
8:03
4 Laurie Spiegel Appalachian Grove I
Composed By – Laurie Spiegel
5:23
5 Megan Roberts I Could Sit Here All Day
Composed By – Megan RobertsDrums – Danny Sofer*Vocals – Phil Loarie, William Novak
6:25
6 Ruth Anderson Points
Composed By – Ruth Anderson
5:26
7 Laurie Anderson New York Social Life
Composed By – Laurie AndersonTambura – Scott JohnsonVoice, Performer [Telephone] – Laurie Anderson
3:26
8 Laurie Anderson Time To Go
Composed By – Laurie AndersonGuitar, Organ – Scott JohnsonVoice, Violin – Laurie Anderson
2:54

Mitwirkende

Anmerkungen

Composition dates: 1: 1938 / 2: 1975 / 3: 1965 / 4: 1974 / 5: 1976 / 6: 1973-74 / 7 & 8: 1977.

Digital remastering of New World Records reissue: Paul Zinman, SoundByte Productions, NYC
Music of the Spheres was recorded by Robert Shumaker at 1750 Arch Studios.
World Rhythms was realized at Hunter College Electronic Music Studio.
Bye Bye Butterfly was realized at the San Francisco Tape Music Center.
Appalachian Grove I was realized at Bell Labs, Murray Hill, New Jersey.
I Could Sit Here All Day was realized at Mills Center for Contemporary Music and 1750 Arch Studios.
Points was realized at Hunter College Electronic Music Studio.
New York Social Life and Time to Go were realized at the studios of Laurie Anderson, New York City.

The original CRI CD was made possible through the generous support of the Virgil Thomson Foundation.
This reissue was made possible by a grant from the Francis Goelet Charitable Lead Trust.
This recording was originally issued as CRI CD 728 (Composers Recordings Inc., CRI 728, 1997).

Originally released on LP (1750 Arch Records, S-1765, 1977).

℗ & © 2006 Recorded Anthology of American Music, Inc.

Cat# "80653-2" appears on the spine/tray art and CD label. Cat# "DIDX # 126512" appears on the CD label.

Barcode und andere Identifikationsmerkmale

  • Barcode (Text): 0 9322-80653-2 6
  • Barcode (Scanned UPC as 13-digit GTIN): 0093228065326
  • Matrix / Runout: DIDX-126512 1
  • Barcode (Pressing code, mirrored): A01
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L327
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5082

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