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    ConjointEarprints

    Label:Source Records (2) – 991234
    Format:
    CD, Album
    Country:Germany
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic
    Style:Abstract, Future Jazz, Downtempo

    Tracklist

    1Earprint Nr1
    Noises [Breath Noise]Anna-Lena Fiedler
    1:34
    2Strange Ideas
    MelodicaKarl Berger
    ShakerJamie Hodge
    Synthesizer [Juno 106, Pro-one]David Moufang
    Voice [Conversation]Jamie Hodge, Karl Berger
    6:02
    3Earprint Nr2
    Bass [Fender Fretless]Jamie Hodge
    1:00
    4Walk On!
    Human BeatboxAndrew Pekler
    Programmed ByJonas Grossmann
    2:52
    5Earprint Nr3
    Loops [Breath Loop]Anna-Lena Fiedler
    2:40
    6Four.Nine
    Bass, Percussion [Slit Drums]David Moufang
    Synthesizer [Ms-20]Jamie Hodge
    8:18
    7Earprint Nr41:22
    8La Pluie Et La Seine
    OrganDavid Moufang
    3:56
    9Earprint Nr5
    Percussion [Slit Drums]David Moufang
    SaxophoneD.D. (6)
    1:06
    10The Joint
    OrganJamie Hodge
    Synthesizer [Juno 106, Micro Modular], Electric PianoDavid Moufang
    Synthesizer [Sh-101]Kai Kroker
    4:59
    11New York Mary Disaster
    Bass [Fender Fretless]Jamie Hodge
    Saxophone, Voice [Debate]D.D. (6)
    Synthesizer [Juno 106], OrganDavid Moufang
    7:07
    12Born Under A Rhyming Planet At The Foot Of The Odenwald
    Programmed ByJonas Grossmann
    5:19
    13Earprint Nr6
    Percussion [Slit Drums]David Moufang
    SaxophoneD.D. (6)
    0:48
    14Bar Rock
    TalkboxDavid Moufang
    3:18
    15Earprint Nr71:54
    16Instructions
    Drum Programming [Additional]Burkhard Höfler
    Voice [Instructions]Jamie Hodge, Karl Berger
    4:10
    17Deductions (Who Can Get Me The Phone# For Mark Hollis Or Tim Friese Greene?)
    MelodicaKarl Berger
    1:50
    18Earprint Nr81:01
    19Die Implosion Des Sterns (... Und Das Absolute Nichts Danach)
    BassRalf Keydel
    ConductorGunter Ruit Kraus*
    DrumsAlex Wormit
    Horns [Tenor Horn]Stefan (26)
    OrganHolger Selig
    TrumpetDJ B (4)
    6:31
    20No Balls
    Rhythm Guitar, Shaker, Arranged By [Reed Arrangements]David Moufang
    8:10
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    Recorded and mixed at reSource Studio, Heidelberg

    Made in EU.

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Barcode (Text): 7 1875 025642 3
    • Barcode (String): 718750256423
    • Matrix / Runout: [DADC logo] A0100310845-0101 11 A1
    • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551
    • Mould SID Code: IFPI 94W3
    • Rights Society: GEMA
    • Label Code: LC 05696

    Other Versions (5)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    Recently Edited
    Earprints (2×LP)Source Records (2)991234 2xLPGermany2000
    New Submission
    Earprints (2×LP, Promo, White Label)Source Records (2)991234Germany2000
    New Submission
    Earprints (2×LP, Limited Edition, Clear)DDSDDS028UK2018
    New Submission
    Earprints (2×LP)DDSDDS028UK2018
    New Submission
    Earprints (20×File, WAV, Album, Reissue, 24-bit 44.1 kHz)DDSDDS028UK2018

    Reviews

    scoundrel's avatar
    scoundrel
    Conjoint, a sort of jazz and techno supergroup, offers a post-rock jazz odyssey with EARPRINTS. "Strange Ideas," for instance, settles into an easygoing groove immediately, buoyed by an effortless vibraphone and a loping beat, with an electronic throb running underneath. The tracks wander about, never firmly alighting on one specific sound or theme, but drift pleasantly. "La Pluie et La Seine" is as pleasant as a stroll along the titular river, while "The Joint" has as close to a 4/4 beat as you'll get here, a hushed tick track gurgling underneath the guitar. "New York Mary Disaster" seems to rocket in from a space station lounge, and "Bar Rock" is the love song of a robot trapped in a seedy dive bar. The short "Deductions" is all woodwinds, and the various interstital "Earprints" link the pieces together in sometimes abstract conjunctions. "No Balls" ends the album on a floating, dreamy note and closes the journey on a blissful note.