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02-24-2009, 12:58 PM #26
Eno/Byrne's experimentation can be tracked back into the '70s quite easily (King Crimson and Talking Heads), and that leads us right into the weird electronic stuff of the era: Throbbing Gristle, Can, Neu, Kraftwerk, Cabaret Voltaire, etc.
I haven't listened to any Cab Volt in awhile. Think I'll dig some out...
02-24-2009, 01:08 PM #27
02-24-2009, 01:13 PM #28
Last edited by Steven S. Dallas; 02-24-2009 at 01:16 PM.In the long run, we're all dead.- John Maynard Keynes
02-24-2009, 01:18 PM #29
since we've veered off into the subject of sampling pioneers...
"Shock The Monkey" from Peter Gabriel's fourth self titled album was recorded between spring 1981 and summer 1982. This was one of the first tracks to use sampling technology utilizing the ground breaking Fairlight CMI and and other classic machines such as the Linn Drum and the Prophet 5 synth."
"Man, we killin' elephants in the back yard..."
02-24-2009, 01:23 PM #30
02-24-2009, 01:25 PM #31
You can read it that way if you want, but that is not what the word means. It just isn't.
I'm just sayin'.In the long run, we're all dead.- John Maynard Keynes
02-24-2009, 01:35 PM #32
02-24-2009, 01:52 PM #33
"Dookey possesses a leviathan musical knowledge." (no "of")
"Dookey is a leviathan of musical knowledge." ...which kinda implies that Dookey is obese.
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02-24-2009, 02:02 PM #34
I would like to point out, Dookey's ankles are no longer leviathan.
02-26-2009, 02:16 PM #35
By 1985 Gang of Four was doing disco music (that's another story). "Entertainment" circa 1979 was using the dubover voice sampling and is a monumental influence on pop music of the 80's and beyond.