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The Microphones / Golden Boots / Bishop Allen / Paleo - Collaborate With A 1940's Wire Recorder flac

Tracklist

1The MicrophonesI Lost My Wind
Performer [The Microphones Are] – Phil Elverum
2Golden BootsMarie
Performer [Golden Boots Were] – Dimitri Manos, James Grip, Nathan Sabatino, Ryan Eggleston
3Bishop AllenGhost
Performer [Bishop Allen Is] – Christian Rudder, Justin Rice
4Wayne CoyneUntitled
5PaleoJessica's Wedding
Performer [Paleo Is] – David Andrew Streckany

Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
AV-026, PIAPTK-067, LST-29Bishop Allen, The Microphones, Golden Boots and Paleo Bishop Allen, The Microphones, Golden Boots and Paleo - Collaborate With A 1940's Wire Recorder ‎(7", Ltd, Peo)Alt.Vinyl, People In A Position To Know, Lost Sound TapesAV-026, PIAPTK-067, LST-29UK2011
AV-026, PIAPTK-067, LST-29Bishop Allen, The Microphones, Golden Boots and Paleo Bishop Allen, The Microphones, Golden Boots and Paleo - Collaboration Between Bishop Allen, The Microphones, Golden Boots And Paleo And A 1940's Wire Recorder ‎(7", Ltd, Alt)Alt.Vinyl, People In A Position To Know, Lost Sound TapesAV-026, PIAPTK-067, LST-29UK2011

Credits

  • Mastered By [Audio]Nathan Sabatino
  • Recorded ByMichael Dixon

Notes

All copies include an insert that reads:

'The Microphones are Phil Elverum and "I Lost My Wind" was recorded on a farm in August of 2007 in Rochester, WA. Golden Boots were Dmitri Manos, Ryan Eggleston, Nathan Sabatino, and James Grip when "Marie" was recorded along with two other songs in a living room in Olympia, WA in July of 2007. Bishop Allen is Justin Rice and Christian Rudder. "Ghost" was recorded in October of 2007 in a basement in Seattle, WA. A church choir that was previously recorded to the wire in the 40's provides the backing vocals. Paleo is David Andrew Streckany and "Jessica's Wedding" was recorded in an Olympia, WA bedroom in September of 2007. It was serendipitously recorded over an audio letter to a couple celebrating their 25th anniversary. All tracks were recorded by Michael Dixon to a 1940's Webster Chicago Wire Recorder. They were audio mastered by Nathan Sabatino at Loveland Studios in Tucson, AZ.

This 7" was released as a collaboration between People In A Position To Know Records, Lost Sound Tapes, and alt.vinyl. Each label designed and printed their own covers. There were only 600 records made, and only 200 of each cover. Thank you for your support of these artists and labels!'

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From Lost Sound Tapes:

"These songs were recorded live to a 1940's Webster Wire Recorder. Wire recorders were originally invented in the late 1800's and recorded sound to a hair-thin strand of stainless steel wire. This was the predecessor to magnetic tape as a recording medium. The wire is extremely fragile and fickle, and the machine itself adds certain audio elements to the recording; pitch shifts, bleed over from previous recordings on the reused wire, a clanking sound from the cylinders turning, tonal colorings and distortions, etc. These elements very much color and contribute to the recordings. Therefore, this record is considered a 'collaboration' between the artists and this antiquated machine."

A2 ends in a locked groove.
A3 is unlisted and can only be played by placing the needle past the locked groove of A2

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): PIAPTK-67-A PIAPTK-67/AV-26/LST-29 Ⓤ
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): PIAPTK-67-B PIAPTK-67/AV-26/LST-29 Ⓤ

Companies

  • Mastered At – Loveland Studio
  • Pressed By – United Record Pressing

Album

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The Microphones / Golden Boots / Bishop Allen / Paleo - Collaborate With A 1940's Wire Recorder flac
Performer:
The Microphones / Golden Boots / Bishop Allen / Paleo
Title:
Collaborate With A 1940's Wire Recorder
Genre:
FLAC size:
2960 mb
MP3 size:
2130 mb
WMA size:
2860 mb
Country:
US
Released:
2011
Label:
People In A Position To Know, Lost Sound Tapes, Alt.Vinyl
Style:
Lo-Fi, Folk, Indie Rock
Rating:
4.2
Catalog №:
PIAPTK-067, LST-29, AV-026
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