Jon Kortland Greg Wilkinson Patrick Bolger David Bailey - Sound Cartography Volume 1 Album
Limited to 300 copies.
Cover artwork from M. Sirek and C. Blizzard.
Cover printing by MONOLITH Press.
Musician: Jon Kortland Album title: Sound Cartography Volume 1 Style: Soundtrack, Industrial, Minimal Released: 2009 Country: US Size MP3 version: 1424 mb Size APE version: 1917 mb Size WMA version: 1269 mb Rating : 4. 2 Votes: 164 Format: MIDI MP1 VOX VOC MOD AA MP4 Genre: Electronic. Jon KortlandGreg WilkinsonPatrick BolgerDavid Bailey - Sound Cartography Volume 1. Jon Kortland Soundtrack Industrial Minimal 2009 US. Download Free links. Jon Kortland - Sound Cartography Volume 1 MP3 version ZIP archive. Jon Kortland - Sound Cartography Volume 1 APEFLAC version ZIP. Layout Amy Browne. Photography By Karoline Collins. Recorded By, Written By, Performer Greg Wilkinson. Written By, Performer Jon Kortland. Limited to 300 copies on black, red marbled vinyl. Stickered bag. One sided merch insert. Digital download code. Cartography released 3 November 2008 in Germany on the label ECM Records ECM 2086 is an album by Arve Henriksen. On the album Cartography, Henriksen takes us into varied soundscapes that evoke streams of images. Together with his longtime companions Jan Bang and Erik Honore, they add all sort of sampling, processing and production to the mix. Arve Henriksen - trumpet, voice, field recordings. Jan Bang live sampling, beats programming, dictaphone, organ samples. Miles Davis Volume 1 refers to two separate but related entities. The title was originally used for the first time in a pair of compilation albums of recordings made by Miles Davis in 1952, 1953 and 1954, released in 1956 and reissued many times as BLP 1501 on the Blue Note Records label. Miles Davis Volume 1 also refers to a CD compilation that contains the entirety of Young Man with a Horn BLP 5013, 1951 plus three alternate takes, plus the entirety of Miles Davis, Vol. 3 BLP 5040, 1954, both. Artist Archive. Greg Wilkinson, Jon Kortland. Greg Wilkinson, Jon Kortland - One Scythe Fits All. By Grant 'Gumshoe' Purdum July 21, 2016. December 17, 2019. Chance the Rapper cancels upcoming tour. Dave's Picks Volume 1 is a three-CD live album by the band the Grateful Dead. It was recorded on May 25, 1977, at the Mosque in Richmond, Virginia, and contains the complete concert from that date. It was released on February 1, 2012. The album is the first in the Dave's Picks series of Grateful Dead archival releases, the successor to the Road Trips series. Stream Tracks and Playlists from David-Jono Wilkinson on your desktop or mobile year old James Patrick Bulger was abducted February 12, 1993 from the New Strand Shopping Centre. He was abducted, tortured, and murdered by two ten-year-old boys, Jon Venables and Robert Thompson. This is a tribute to James and his family. RIP James Patrick Bulger. Buy Sound Cartography - Volume One from authorized sellers. Download full release Sound Cartography - Volume One . Data about this release: Title: Volume One Performer: Sound Cartography Год: 2020 Jun 26 Genre: Non-Music music Rock music Style: Noise This album was released on lable Nancy Jo catalog num 3 Warm Bath Label catalog num WBL001 Country: US Duration: 09:17:29 Format of the release is: Vinyl , LP Formatcodec: tracks, MP3 Audio bitrate: 320 kbps. About this release. Noise Greg Wilkinson. Noise Jon Kortland. Vocals Patrick Bolger. Date of Copyright: C 2020 Jun 26. Tracklist of Sound Cartography - Volume One. First new album in nine years by a musical visionary and hugely influential figure in new music. Forty years since its creation, Jon Hassell's Fourth World aesthetic remains a powerful influence on modern electronic music. Continuing his lifelong exploration of the possibilities of recombination and musical gene-splicing, fragments of performance are sampled, looped, overdubbed and re-arranged into beguiling unexpected shapes. Boxface My favorite ambient album of 2018. Jon Hassel has perfected his craft with warm crystal clarity. Favorite track: Ndeya. danielschell I love the way Jon Hassel mixes the Indian music culture with a myriad of electronic facets