Sunday, July 09, 2006

post riders post

Here is the first of several spin-offs from Doubling Riders member Roberto Musci & Giovanni Venosta:

Water Messages on Dessert Sand 1987
Somewhat less dark and intense, more technical than Doublings & Silences...
Electronic and interwoven sound collage, very much in the tradition of Holgar Czukay's Canaxis.
tracklist
01 Technowaltz
02 Water music
03 Empty boulevard
04 Mechanic soul vs. pathetic ambient
05 Volterra
06 Nexus on the beach
07 Vientiane
08 Malangaan
09 Digital ketjak
10 Walter's reggae
11 Old time religion
This copy is ripped from vinyl - kindly uploaded by Professor Franz.
A 2-in-1 CD of this and another collaboration by Musci & Venosta titled Urban & Tribal Portraits is out there...
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6 Comments:

Blogger Lucky said...

many happy thanks - oh, i love musci & venosta since i first heard their "a noise - a sound". in andrew jones' book "plunderphonics, 'pataphysics + pop michanics" there is a long article about their work - but he never mentioned the doubling riders!
what a great post, decoder! thanks a lot.

i will post the "a noise - a sound" on my mr-lucky.blogspot if i find the time - i'm moving to another appartement actually, and it takes it's time...

Wed Jul 12, 06:22:00 PM GMT+10  
Blogger Lucky said...

as I see, Professor Franz already posted the "a noise - a sound". i have another one called "losing the orthodox path" which came out on les disques victo, 1997. i can post it, if Professor Franz not already have done it ....

1000 thanks to both of you

Thu Jul 13, 02:49:00 AM GMT+10  
Blogger Loopy C said...

What an unexpected surprise, one of those great moments when some forgotten artist I once enjoyed appears on a blog and re-inspires listening! Even better, I have not heard these particular releases. Nice one ;-)

Thu Jul 13, 10:47:00 AM GMT+10  
Blogger benito x said...

For those who haven't spotted it, a download link for Urban & Tribal Portraits plus several other Roberto Musci projects can be found in the Doubling Riders Volume II comments!

Thu Jul 13, 02:16:00 PM GMT+10  
Blogger Curved Air said...

Just getting around to this one...absolutely amazing!

thx

Sun Jul 23, 02:56:00 PM GMT+10  
Blogger peskypesky said...

I love "Canaxis", so I have to check this out. Thank you.

Tue Jan 20, 11:46:00 AM GMT+11  

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