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Pauline Oliveros / Stuart Dempster / PanaiotisDeep Listening

Label:New Albion – NA 022 CD
Format:
CD, Album
Country:US
Released:
Genre:Classical
Style:Contemporary, Ambient

Tracklist

1Lear
Accordion, VoicePauline Oliveros
Trombone, Didgeridoo [Didjeridu]Stuart Dempster
VoicePanaiotis
24:48
2Suiren
Voice, WhistlingPanaiotis
Wind [Garden Hose], VoiceStuart Dempster
9:51
3Ione
AccordionPauline Oliveros
Trombone, Didgeridoo [Didjeridu]Stuart Dempster
17:30
4Nike
Conch [Conch Shell], Performer [Metal Pieces], VoicePauline Oliveros
Conch [Conch Shell], Whistling [Mouth Piece Whistling], Trombone, VoiceStuart Dempster
Performer [Metal Pieces], Pipe [Pipes], VoicePanaiotis
10:36
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Track 1 is used in the Mabou Mines production of Lear, directed by Lee Breuer, for Act V Scene iii.

Ft. Worden use coordinated by CENTRUM Foundation; Don Harpole, Program Director.
Administration: The Pauline Oliveros Foundation, Inc.
Publisher: Deep Listening Publications, ASCAP

©℗ 1989 New Albion Records

Packaged in a standard jewel case with 12-page fold-out insert (24 × 36 cm when open).

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 0 22551-0022-2 7
  • Barcode (String): 022551002227
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • SPARS Code: DDD
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): NA022CD 01! I
  • Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): NA022CD 01! |
  • Matrix / Runout (On CD mould, variants 1 & 2): MADE IN USA BY PDO

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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Deep Listening (Cassette, )New AlbionNA 022US1989
Deep Listening (CD, Album, U.S. Optical Disc Pressing)New AlbionNA 022 CDUS1989
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Deep Listening (CD, Album)New AlbionNA 022 CDUS1989
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Deep Listening (CD, Album)New AlbionNA 022 CDUS1989
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Deep Listening (2×LP, Album, Limited Edition, 1st Pressing)Important Records (2)IMPREC473US2020
muffinass's avatar
muffinass
Edited one year ago
can vouch for the 2nd press clear vinyl that it's quiet as a cup. definitely recommend picking this up.

however, listening to Geocentric just makes me question why Readymade Boomerang didn't get a stand-alone reissue. those tracks stand out in their detailed soundstage on this release and really deserved to be given their due on a separate album.
TaneliHooHoo's avatar
TaneliHooHoo
Nobody I know got copies. Maybe press some more, please
SplendorGeometryczny's avatar
Very interested on opinions about sound quality of Important Records reissue. Anyone?
daleview's avatar
daleview
So, who's going to create the entries for the ImpRec vinyl reissue?
ladakh71's avatar
ladakh71
daleview's avatar
daleview
Important Records will be releasing this on vinyl soon. Their IG showed a test pressing earlier this week.
Outlaster's avatar
Outlaster
It just seems very stupid to keep this record out of reach. Same case with Jean Eustache on cinema. What´s wrong with it? I don´t fucking want to know.
septober_energy's avatar
Edited one year ago
It's very rare I hear an album only 5-10 times and declare it a 5-star album. Actually, I don't think I have ever done that. Usually it takes many years, even decades for an album to worm its way into my consciousness enough for me to rate it that highly. But I just did it with this. Recorded in 1989 in an empty water cistern, 14 feet underground, all of the music on this album is acoustic, using accordian, trombone, voice, conch shell, didjeridu, garden hose and assorted pieces of metal. This is among the very best true ambient music I have ever heard, on par with Eno's early ambient series. Equally beautiful and mysterious, it exemplifies the true meaning of the word "sublime" in much the same way some of those early Tangerine Dream albums do. It is magnificent.
ladakh71's avatar
ladakh71
I cannot understand how it is possible that this wonderful masterpiece has not yet been reissued on Vinyl. One of the best works of the twentieth century
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dalakouras
Edited 4 years ago
Recorded 14 feet below the ground in a 186 foot diameter cistern that once held 2 million gallons of water. No echoes, but long smooth reverbs of 45 seconds. Drone perfection.