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|A1||Ressuscitant De L'étreinte De La Sirène|
Recorded By [Live] – Martin Clarke (2)
|B2||Imperial Horizon (For Caliban)|
Edition of 500 in 300gsm sleeve printed on reverse side.
Mixed in Cornwall, 2011-14, various locations in Australia & Tšupc, Germany, 2014
Mastered in Berlin, April 2014.
16-foot pipe organs recorded in Cornwall at the churches of St Paul (Ludgvan), St Winnow (Towednack), St Uny (Lelant), St Wyllow (Lanteglos), St Cyrus & Juliette (St Veep). Unprocessed pipe organ recordings, equalisation only.
Additional turntables, acetates & dubplates recorded in Trewellard, Penzance, Trewetha & 4 The Field, Cornwall.
A1 remixed from “and only the dogs and the fires on the horizon” (on “They tore the earth and, like a scar, it swallowed them” - RFE_02, released October 2014).
A2: Remixed from a live recording by Martin Clarke & line mix at The Exchange, Penzance, Cornwall. August 2011.
B1: Remixed and expanded from the version which originally appears on “Transfixed” (The Tapeworm, TTW#58, 2013) - whose full title is: The Internal Meta-Narrative of Turner’s Tempest As He Is Tied To The Mast in Order to Create the Direct Experience of the Drama Embodied Within a “Snow Storm – [wherein a] Steam-Boat off a Harbour’s Mouth making Signals in Shallow Water, and going by the Lead. [is rendered by virtue of the claim that] The Author was in this Storm on the Night the Ariel left Harwich”.
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- Barcode: 5060366780973