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Cutler, Chris

There And Back Again, Volume 2: On Memory

Cutler, Chris: There And Back Again, Volume 2: On Memory (Recommended Records)


 

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Label: Recommended Records
Catalog ID: ReR CC3
Squidco Product Code: 7278

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2006
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Tray

Personnel:

Marcelo Radulovich, Kato Hideki and Dan Silverstein, Stevan Tickmayer, Will Menter, Martyn Singleton, chris Ctuler, Michael Maksymenko, Haco and Christopher, Jon Rose, Tony Durant, Bill Harkelroad, Phillip Mar, Nicholas Collins, Warren BUrt, Tom Dimuzio, Daniel Van beers, Annie Gosfield, Steve MacLean, Maggi Payne, Floris Van Manen, Junay Onoda, Bret Hart, Andrea Hageluken, E.M. Thomas, Jim Pugliese, Raynald Glandien, Andrea Rocca, Gino Robari, David Lee Myers, Jim Denley, Chris Delaurenti, Brian Labcyz, Daniel Van Beers, Adam Overton, Amy Denio, Nicholas Frances Chase, Gary Butler, Ana Maria Avram and Iancu Dumitrescu, Otomo Yoshihide, Warric Winney

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2-45. There and Back Again
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"A companion to 'Twice around the Earth, 'There and Back Again' uses 44 environmental recordings to explore - amongst other things - the way memory works, and how the experience of passing time is constructed. Mainly it's just meant to be good to listen to: surprising, serendipitous, mundane - but alien, the commonplace transfigured - an agglomeration of inadvertent sounds made haphazardly by the world and some of its inhabitants that were never meant to survive, and certainly not to be listened to repeatedly. And yet - they seem to add up. I listened to this many times and it keeps changing, though it can't. I don't understand it, but I like it. As a whole it's very different from 'Twice', though both share some locations (taken at different points) making reading across the two CDs another dimension of listening."-Chris Cutler, ReR Megacorp


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