Hi /mu/! i want to listen to some essential field recordings, which albums would you recommend?
Michael Pisaro / Toshiya Tsunoda - Crosshatches
Marc Baron - Une fois, chaque fois
Olivia Block - Heave To
Christian Calon / Chantal Dumas - Radio Roadmovies
Luc Ferrari - Presque rien No. 1 / Société II
Anne Guthrie - Perhaps a Favorable Organic Moment
Toshiya Tsunoda - O kokos tis anixis (Grains of spring)
Loren Chasse - Green Laughter
Tuva, Among the Spirits: Sound, Music and Nature in Sakha And Tuva (
Well I didn't make that list, but I may be I can think of something...
Black Dog - Music For Real Airports is not really experimental but it uses airports sounds a lot
Hildegard Westerkamp - Into India is more recordings of indian markets or people but it has some different sounds
Hmmm and for spoken word you could try some Robert Ashley if you didn't already
The Jonestown one?
I suggest you research the story too, the documentary is pretty good
the fuck is this shit, JAV-Field Recording or what?
not just trains, cable cars, chair lifts etc
this isn't the actual voyager plasma waveform spectrometry data though, try this
it also contains earthquakes, deep sea recordings, blind date, the jonestown death tape, and radio emissions from lightning strikes.
Does anyone have the link for
>Steve Feldman - Voices of the Rainforest
I literally cannot find it on what.cd, someone help
Stephen P. McGreevy - Electric Enigma
natural source low frequency radio emissions
the first couple of tracks are quiet and poppy but it picks up and ends up sounding really cool.
Which record labels (other than Gruenrekorder) publish field recordings?