Various - Arte Postale! 63 Bis - Meta-concert In Spirit Mp3
- Album: Arte Postale! 63 Bis - Meta-concert In Spirit
- Label: Near The Edge Editions, Arte Postale!
- Catalog #: AP! 63 bis
- MP3: 2725 mb | FLAC: 2646 mb
- Released: 1992
- Country: Italy
- Style: Interview, New Wave, Abstract, Industrial, Musique Concrète
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 864
- Category: Electronic / Rock / Sounds & Audiobooks
|1||–Raimondo Del Prete||Let's Network Together (Busker Version)|
|2||–Ah Nahm||Networking Zapping Theme|
Mixed By – Luca Rigato, Simone Mancini
|3||–Majorana||Have A Nice Network|
|4||–Andrzej Dudek-Dürer||Metaphysical Telepathic Music/Metaphysical Congress In Viareggio (July 23rd, 1992)|
|5||–Ah Nahm||The Excitement Begins.../A Minimal Suck|
Performer [Sampled] – Smell And Quim
|6||–Le Forbici Di Manitù||Vinyl Love Junkie (Exceedingly Long Aleatoric Cut-up Mix9|
|8||–Thee Psychoberry Emukkha Galliulin Symphony Orchestra||Death Of Trax|
|9||–Le Forbici Di Manitù||Let's Network Together (Halved Version)|
|11||–Vittore Baroni||Networker Blues|
|12||–No Artist||Festa Del Risveglio Di Primavera|
Recorded By – Arnaldo Ghignone
|13||–Marcel Stussi||Mio Finestra/Mail Art Work|
|14||–Franz & I Vigliacchi And I Nipoti Del Faraone||Island Of The Surfin' Zombies/The Martian Hop (Excerpt)|
|15||–The wRong Wrongs||Postal Record|
|16||–Eric Finlay||Branch Lines (For Monk)|
|17||Meta-Concert In Spirit|
|18||–Ordo Templi Of Thee Essoteric Network||A Message From Thee Network|
|19||–The Postmen||L.N.T. (Equiknox Dance 4 U)|
|20||–Morandi Conspiracy||Networker Sound|
|21||–Dewis Granziera, Garbage Pail Kids, Enrico Marani, Marco Pasian & EFYMYC Trio||No Title|
|22||–Ruggero Maggi||Intervista 11-1989|
|23||–Angela Kustermann & Peter Kustermann||The Net Mail Postmen On Melbourne Radio|
|24||–Paladin Chamber Orchestra||Croat Work Together|
|25||–Manitù Rossi||Let's Netwok (Coda)|
- Artwork [Drawings] – Enrico Marani
- Concept By, Edited By, Mixed By, Liner Notes – Vittore Baroni
"In issue 63 of ARTE POSTALE! magazine I invited everybody to perform the song "Let's Network Together" by LE FORBICI DI MANITÙ (Manitou's Scissors, Manitù Rossi, Enrico Marani, Vittore baroni) on the vernal equinox, March 23rd 1992, as part of the "Networker Congress 92 Netshaker Harmonic Divergence" activities, a series of Spirit Netlink Performances launched by the Crackerjack Kid. I also asked for a documentation on cassette of the performances, to be mixed in a cassette supplement to AP!: I received a few weird tapes, and here is finally, clumsily mixed by your truly, our collective planetary "Meta-concert in Spirit".
On the second side, you will find a similarly outrageous alternate mix of the other song included in the first (and last) 7" record by LE FORBICI DI MANITÙ, "Vinyl Love Junkie". Nearly all the contributions to this project have been shamelessly abridged and dismembered, in oure Mail Art fashion. As final bonus, you'll find an homage to TRAX by T.P.E.G.S.O., an audio-philatelic oddity by the unreplaceable Mr. Walter Rovere and some stickers from the archives of the STICKERMAN MUSEUM (a catalogue and travelling exhibition are in the works). Keep cutting those loony tunes!" (Vittore Baroni, from liner notes).
Limited ed. cassette in double plastic bag with shaped cardboard print, and the wRong Wrongs: "Postal Record" anti-record enclosed in bag with stickers, in 93 numbered copies.
A3 recorded at a "Festival for the reawakening of Spring" in Cascina Valgomio on March 21, 1992.
B1 Includes "an orgiastic jam of snippets from old tapes and scartchy records, mailed by contributors to AP!63 or selected from VB's vaults of audio memorabilia (featuring prominently such classic as Tippy il Coniglietto Hippy and La Burra by Teddy Reno): all hisses, clicks and bumps are fully intentional!"
B2 "includes and excerpt from a scary cover of Black Sabbath's Paranoid by Smell and Quim (c/o David Walklett, Huddersfield, Yorkshire)".
B3 includes "more ethereal cut-up and ghostly tape emanations by Dewis Granziera, Garbage Pail Kids, Enrico Marani and Marco Pasian & EFYMYC Trio."
B4 is "a small fragment from the legendary lost audio-visual project "Island Of The Surfin' Zombies/The Martian Hop" by Franz & I Vigliacchi and I Nipoti del Faraone. Will it ever be released? Never trust and indie!"
B5: "In thee making of D.O.T. exclusively TRAX records were used. T.P.E.G.S.O. appear courtesy of Triskelion Records."