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Anne-James Chaton - Événements 09 Mp3

  • Performer: Anne-James Chaton
  • Album: Événements 09
  • Label: Raster-Noton
  • Catalog #: r-n 128
  • MP3: 2803 mb | FLAC: 2308 mb
  • Released: 2011
  • Country: Europe
  • Style: Spoken Word, Experimental
  • Rating: 4.6/5
  • Votes: 862
  • Category: Electronic / Sounds & Audiobooks
Anne-James Chaton - Événements 09 Mp3

Tracklist

1Événement N° 211:37
2Pina Bausch0:16
3Événement N° 254:24
4Événement N° 234:08
5Sème Le Trouble0:14
6Événement N° 204:37
7Barack Obama0:15
8Événement N° 223:51
9Événement N° 243:17
10Le Printemps De Téhéran0:14
11De L'Empire0:15
12Pop Is Dead0:15
13Événement N° 263:54
14Événement N° 274:52
15Sommet De Pittsburgh0:16
16Avoir Peur0:15
17Événement N° 283:17
18Taliban0:16

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
R-N128Anne-James Chaton Événements 09 ‎(CDr, Promo, Pap)Raster-NotonR-N128Europe2011

Credits

  • Mastered ByBenjamin Joubert
  • Written-By, Sounds, Read By, Adapted By [Text]Anne-James Chaton

Notes

Six-panel digisleeve format with 22-page booklet containing full transcriptions of the text.

Mastered at Studio Permutation, Paris, December 2010.

"Special thanks to Andy Moor (The Ex)".

© 2011 raster-noton • archiv für ton und nichtton

Barcodes

  • Barcode (Text): 4 260115 991280
  • Matrix / Runout: CA [email protected]@
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 126E
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY88
  • Label Code: lc 01293
  • Barcode (Scanned): 460115991280

Companies

  • Copyright (c) – Raster-Noton
  • Mastered At – Studio Permutation

Video

ACOS
This record is basically a collection of voice loops over some simple clicks-and-cuts. The voice phrases are recorded separately, see tracks 10-18, the titles of these tracks are exactly the words that are being repeated.

The point of this "album" is, I guess, this: what happens when you pick a couple of words and start repeating them ad infinitum, will you start hearing other words that were hidden among the sounds of the original word? What happens when you repeat "Taliban, taliban, taliban, talibantalibantaliban"? There is a "libanta" inside, what is it, a female "liberal ant", or a female "library ant"? I remember we were doing this with words when we were kids. A broken record could do this, too. "Evenements 09" is centered around this idea, and it just doesn't work.

It's too simple an idea, and it's boring, the magic does not happen, the bird fails to sing. You see exactly how everything is done. You will be skipping from one track to the next, then you'll take the CD out, think "wow, pretty neat Raster-Noton packaging here again", and put it on the shelf with the rest of Raster-Noton CDs, probably never to take it out again.
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