Every now and then the world turns into a sound installation, only waiting to get noticed. When reel-to-reels became portable and affordable during the 1960s, field recordists, musicians and artists began to open their ears – on the hunt for special sounds.
Tag: Geir Jenssen
Tabla Love – Outside of Classical Indian Music (1967-2001)
Tabla drums are a major element in Indian classical music. Since the sixties, they have also appeared outside of that context. 65 minutes with Alejandro Jodorowsky, Catherine Ribeiro + 2 Bis, Geir Jenssen, Robert Ashley, and others.
Filed Recordings – Miking the World (1958-2018)
“Listen to your world. It may be more interesting than all the things you buy to escape from it.” 46-minute mix that proves Sasha Frere-Jones’ observation from 1999 right – with field recordings by Alejandra & Aeron, Bill Fontana, Chris Watson, Paul Bowles, and others.
Flokati – Tunes for a Chill-out Zone (1970-2014)
Reminiscent of a certain time or place, these tunes are for a chill-out zone. 49 minutes with memories and fantasies by Cluster & Eno, Geir Jenssen, Graeme Revell, Muslimgauze, and others.