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Dream Weaving For Beginners

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CD-R Auricle AMCDR 084 deleted
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duration: 75'33"

1. Dream Weaving For Beginners  6'01"
2. Synaptic Flux Algorithm  6'50"
3. Flute Equisition  3'02"
4. Chör De Coeur  6'26"
5. A Virus In The System  13'00"
6. Cyborg  4'13"
7.
The Neurotic Machine  10'52"
8. Cherubs For The Melodrome  3'32"
9. Eyes In The Body Eclectic  20'45"

Recorded at Tachyon Studio, Knighton Fields, Leicester
(2,3,6,8,9: 22 May 2002; 4,5,7: 5 June 2002; 1: 10 July 2002).
Original mix by Jim Tetlow in Elmsthorpe (July 2002 & November 2003).
Editing/remix by Alan Freeman at Tachyon Studio (29 October & 1 November 2006).

Alan Freeman: synths, guitar, guitar synth, voice, shakers, cymbal
Jim Tetlow: Sound Canvas, voice, tapes, loops
Steve Freeman: synths, bass, voice, tapes, loops, samples

review...
A selection of visions, possible futures, and imaginary soundtracks, this is a diverse collection with a good deal of sci-fi inspiration, Azimov most obviously, and "The Outer Limits". As "picture music" this is sometimes really cosmic, sometimes melodic, sometimes almost chaotic, but always poignant and evocative, culminating in the vast and cheekily titled finalé.

Versions...
CD-R - released 11/2006.
Routenote distributed download - released 30/12/2012.
Bandcamp download - released 18/9/2014.




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