Various - Phonography/ Lowlife/ Antiphon/ Subvert mp3 album
Phonography is the first official album by American t R. Stevie Moore, released in 1976 on the artist's private Vital Records "label". Its initial vinyl pressing was limited to 100 copies. The album mostly consists of selections from his self-released albums Stevie Moore Often (1975) and Stevie Moore Returns (1976), all recorded on 1/4 track 7½ ips reel-to-reel stereo tape decks.
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Antiphon is the fourth studio album by American folk rock band Midlake, released on November 5, 2013, on Bella Union Records, in Europe, and ATO Records in North America. Recorded following the departure of vocalist, guitarist and primary songwriter Tim Smith, Antiphon is the first album to feature guitarist Eric Pulido on lead vocals, alongside new members Jesse Chandler (keyboards, flute) and Joey McClellan (guitar). Released to critical acclaim, the album reached number 39 on the UK Albums Chart.
Phonography is the first official album by American t R. The album attracted a following among New York's punk and new wave circles. Phonography ultimately became the best-known album of Moore's career. In 1996, the album was included in the Rolling. Stone book Alt-Rock-A-Rama as being among "The Fifty Most Significant Indie Records"
And I make no apologies, I'm into phonography And I like my bluetooth, buttons coming loose I need my hands free Then I let my mind roam, playing with my ringtone He got service, I got service Baby, we can talk all night Go. Let's talk about biology Make believe you're next to me Phonography, phonography Talk that sexy talk to me Better make.
Phonography Compendium 2 by Various Artists. TAGGED AS: phonography compendium, field recordings, phonography. Featured here are six tracks recorded by Siberian visual artist Alexei Biryukoff in his album Talmenka. The release is accompanied by a packet of his photographs of the region. Biryukoff, who also releases audio as Muhmood, writes, "Talmenka is the name of the river in Altai Region and a village that stands on it.
|A1||–Untitled Artists||La Maison|
|A2||–Slojak||Come On And Find Me|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – R.A.M.S. International Records
- Copyright (c) – R.A.M.S. International Records
- Mastered At – Dubplates & Mastering
- Published By – Copyright Control
- Distributed By – Neuton
- Distributed By – Vital
- Distributed By – Disc
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