Philip Jeck - An Ark For The Listener download album
- Performer: Philip Jeck
- Title: An Ark For The Listener
- Genre: Electronic
- Formats: AIFF AHX MOD RA WAV AUD XM
- Released: 2010
- Style: Experimental, Ambient
- MP3 album: 1260 mb
- FLAC album: 1157 mb
- Rating: 4.6/5
- Votes: 369
Philip Jeck writes: "A version of "An Ark For The Listener" was first performed at Kings Place London on 24/02/2010. This CD version was recorded at home in Liverpool and used extracts from live performances over the last 12 months. The "coda:" tracks are remixes of 2 pieces from "Suite: Live in Liverpool" is Jeck's 6th solo album for touch since 'Loopholes' in 1995.
An Ark for the Listener" was first performed at Kings Place, London, on 24th February 2010. This CD version was recorded at home in Liverpool and uses extracts from live performances over the last 12 months. The "Coda" tracks are remixes of 2 pieces from Suite: Live In Liverpool. Chime, Chime (re-rung)" was originally made for Musicworks magazine (.
Since the 1980s, Philip Jeck has been creating sound sculptures - some of them quite abstract, others structured with beats and audible progressions - using junk-shop record players, outdated Casio keyboards, basses, effects, and other digital and analog miscellanea. An Ark for the Listener started out as a live performance at Kings Place London in February of 2010; after about a dozen more live performances, Jeck took recordings of them back to his home studio, extracted passages from the recordings, and used those extracts to create a new studio version.
On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Touch (catalog number TO:81). This album was released in 2010-09-06 year. UK. Format of the release is. CD, Album. The album included the following session artists: Mastered By. Denis Blackham.
Artists Philip Jeck An Ark for the Listener. An Ark for the Listener Philip Jeck. An Ark for the Listener. This album has an average beat per minute of 98 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 58/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist An Ark for the Listener.
Jeck's music seems designed for a big room where people want a certain kind of overpowering experience, and he knows how to deliver for this audience. Where Sand was built around a central idea- it was a concept album that riffed on the notion of the "fanfare"- and had a unified sound, An Ark for the Listener is held together more loosely. The music here was developed in live performance.
|1||Pilot/Dark Blue Night||8:47|
|6||The All Of Water||8:29|
|7||The Pilot (Among Our Shoals)||4:33|
|8||All That's Allowed (Released)||3:24|
|9||Chime, Chime (Re-rung)||7:34|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Touch
- Copyright (c) – Touch
- Mastered At – Skye Mastering
- Pressed By – Sony DADC UK Ltd.
- Published By – Touch Music
- Mastered By – Denis Blackham
- Photography By – Jon Wozencroft
- Turntables [Fidelity Record Players], Keyboards [Casio Sk1], Electronics [Sony Minidisc Recorders, Behringer Mixers], Bass Guitar [Ibanez], Effects [Boss Delay Pedal, Zoom Bass Effects Pedal] – Philip Jeck
NotesMastered at Skye.
"An Ark for the Listener" was first performed at Kings Place, London, on 24th February 2010. It is a meditation on verse 33 of "The Wreck of the Deutschland", Gerard Manley Hopkins' poem about the drowning on 7th December 1875 of five Franciscan nuns exiled from Germany. This CD version was recorded at home in Liverpool and uses extracts from live performances over the last 12 months.
The "Coda" tracks are remixes of 2 pieces from Suite: Live In Liverpool. "Chime, Chime (re-rung)" was originally made for Musicworks magazine (#104, Summer 09) and "All That's Allowed (released)" is previously unreleased.
All tracks were made using Fidelity record players, Casio SK1 Keyboards, Sony minidisc recorders, Behringer mixers, Ibanez bass guitar, Boss delay pedal and Zoom bass effects pedal.
Thanks to all those who have invited me to play, and thanks also to The Paul Hamlyn Foundation for helping making "more" possible.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 5 027803 148123
- Barcode (Reader): 5027803148123
- Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0101633521-0101 02
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY34
- Mould SID Code: IFPI AEW35
- Rights Society: MCPS