Various - The Watermann Memorial flac album
Title: The Watermann Memorial
Style: Abstract, Minimal, Experimental
MP3 album: 1867 mb
FLAC album: 1721 mb
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Various – The Watermann Memorial. Format: File, MP3, Compilation. Using only the material found on the microsound. org hotline server, contributors create a new work no longer than 6 minutes in length.
The Eddie Cochran Memorial Album is the second album by Eddie Cochran, released on Liberty Records in mono, LRP 3172, in May 1960. It had previously been issued as 12 of His Biggest Hits in April 1960 with the same catalogue number, but after Cochran's death on April 17 it was retitled and reissued, and has remained so titled ever since. It is currently in print on the Magic Records label in France, on CD on EMI-Toshiba in Japan, and on BGO in the UK as a twofer with "Singin' To My Baby.
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John Watermann (born February 19, 1935 in Berlin), died April 2002 in Brisbane, Australia) was a composer, performer and filmmaker.
Voodoo is an album by The Sonny Clark Memorial Quartet which comprises John Zorn on alto saxophone, Wayne Horvitz on keyboards, Ray Drummond on bass and Bobby Previte on drums. The album was released in 1986 on Black Saint Records and features the compositions of hard bop pianist Sonny Clark.
Greg Watermann (Photographer): I do all my live photography with a Nikon F3. Everyhting is shot on film - Fujichrome 400 (color) and T-Max 3200 (b&w), using various ASA's depending on the venue. unless people would want to come out and see us play Halo 2 against each other. and maybe some classical. Six Photos from From the Inside
John Watermann was one of the truely underground sound and visual artists. In the late eighties his name surfaced out of knowhere, when a double CD was released by Walter Ulbricht in Germany. Starting out in Berlin, Germany, where he was born, as a filmmaker and photographer, he found out that he needed soundtracks for his films. He started composing music in the mid sixties and moved to Australia in the early seventies.
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|2||–Andrei Kiritchenko*||Too Short||1:50|
|6||–Dale Lloyd||Wassermann Wieder Gemischt||1:59|
|7||–Dale Lloyd||Wassermann Wieder Gemischt 2||2:37|
|10||–Frans de Waard||Mix||2:59|
|13||–Gydja||Trojan Man Hewn||4:46|
|14||–Jeff Morey||Watermann Suberror Serenade||5:07|
|15||–Jeff Morey||Watermann Serenade||5:09|
|20||–Logoplasm||Resurrecting A Dove||2:46|
|23||–M Comma||John Waterman Remix||4:03|
|24||–Michael Bleming||Hair, With Curl||3:13|
|29||–Part Of Me Apparatus||Circle In Her Head||5:38|
|36||–Tofu||Cutoff (Tofu Remix)
Remix – Tofu
|37||–Tu M'||Under Water||4:18|
|38||–Urkuma||Vicious Sludge Blur||4:02|
|39||–Will Soderberg||Anent Mawr||1:52|
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NotesCelebrating the life and work of John Watermann (Feb.19, 1935 - Apr.4, 2002).
Using only the material found on the microsound.org hotline server, contributors create a new work no longer than 6 minutes in length.