Saturday, 8 August 2009

Funky Phantom


A few months ago I made an hour long mix of cosmic jazz music for the VG+ site: a selection of beeps, bleeps and brass plucked from the ether and entitled ‘Phantom Signals’ after the former British Army Regiment and the electrical phenomenon of the same name.

As a keen recycler, and ardent believer in the importance of music that just sort of ‘floats about’, I present it for your aural approval here. Let me know what you think. Track listing in comments.

The gentleman to your left is Vladimir Gavreau, the French Russian scientist who made himself and his team of researchers very ill indeed by experimenting with extreme frequencies in order to create sonic weapons. To his right is an infrasound device that would probably make you shit yourself.

2 comments:

Unmann-Wittering said...

Richard Maxfield: Sine Music
Freddie Hubbard: Monodrama
Miles Davis: He Loved Him Madly (Extract)
Terje Rypdal: Rainbow
First Moog Quartet: Have It, Grab It, Or Go
Eric Peters: Deformed Theme
George Russell: Electronic Sonata For Souls Loved By Nature 1 (Extract)
Robert Ashley: She Was A Visitor
Eddie Henderson: Spiritual Awakening
Eddie Henderson: We End In A Dream
Booker Ervin: The Trance (Extract)
Roland Young: Stillness
Sounds Of Joy: Slowest, Saddest Waltz
Richard Maxfield: Sine Music (Reprise)

Reimer said...

thanks, looks nice