Something completely strange for those of you with a penchant for 'Difficult Listening'.
Just out on Creative Commons label Chinstrap Music is:
A spoken-word audio/video opera by Ergo Phizmiz, with text entirely snipped from the writings of Noel Coward. The audio is created from Ergo's collection of gramophone records, a sample from Monteverdi's "Combattimento de Tancredi", a wooden kitchen door, and Ergo's "Hallucination Duets".
I'm thinking only Deej would see any value in it as almost seems like an episode of the Night Air.
Thu 30 Aug, 2012 05:51 pm
Does anyone know of Brian Eno's less famous brother, Roger?
Well I do, he does sort of neo-classical stuff that is really pensive and inward focussed, to my mind, some of it is quite beautiful but makes me feel like I'm about to cry.
Anyway the reason I raise it because of what just came on random, Bosques de mi Menti's Dibjujame un Cordero, I thought it was a slightly cheerier Roger Eno - makes me think of watching snow fall at dawn. Which is odd, because I've rarely slept where there was snow, and the one season I worked in the snow I did bar work and never got up that early (but may have been heading back to my digs at that time I guess).