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Side 1- 22:34
Side 2- 23:00

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Side 1- 22:34
Side 2- 23:00

I blame Bob Weir and Donna Godchaeux. Mostly Bob Weir.

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Side 1- 22:11 Side 2- 22:09

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Side one
"I Am the Sea" – 2:08
"The Real Me" – 3:20
"Quadrophenia" – 6:13
"Cut My Hair" – 3:44
"The Punk and the Godfather"[13] – 5:10
Side two
"I'm One" – 2:37
"The Dirty Jobs" – 4:28
"Helpless Dancer" (Roger's theme) – 2:33
"Is It in My Head?" – 3:43
"I've Had Enough" – 6:14
Side three
"5:15" – 5:00
"Sea and Sand" – 5:01
"Drowned" – 5:26
"Bell Boy" (Keith's theme) – 4:55
Side four
"Doctor Jimmy" (John's theme) – 8:36
"The Rock" – 6:37
"Love, Reign O'er Me" (Pete's theme) – 5:48

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Environments 1 (1970)Side 1: The Psychologically Ultimate Seashore (30:00)
The initial recording in the series goes back to 1968. Working under the direction of Tony Conrad and Beverly Grant Conrad, Teibel recorded ocean waves at Coney Island for use in their feature film "Coming Attractions" (1970). Teibel immediately sensed the marketability of this material, noting its effect on improving concentration, enhancing sleep and sex, and imparting a sense of calm to the listener. Conrad, who wished to credit Walter De Maria for his prior usage of ocean recordings, was not willing to become a partner in the Syntonics Research enterprise as envisioned by Teibel, so Teibel parted ways with the "Coming Attractions" project. Subsequently Teibel himself felt unsatisfied with his results —- though his Uher stereo reel-to-reel tape recorder had faithfully captured the sounds of the surf, he felt that they were less convincing on playback. A friend of Teibel's had access to an IBM 360 computer, and he and Teibel played around with processing the recordings until eventually the two of them hit upon a series of manipulations (basically some rolling filtering and overdubbing) which sounded 'more real than real.'

Side 2: Optimum Aviary (30:00)
For the second side of the LP, Teibel recorded an enclosure of birds at the Bronx Zoo aviary. Later soundscapes were much more naturalistic.

Environments 2 (1970)Side One: Tintinnabulation (30:00)
Alone among the Environments series, "Tintinnabulation" is not natural sounds at all but a series of computer-generated bell sounds playable at any speed from 16-2/3 to 78 RPM. The CD reissue opted for the 16-2/3 RPM speed.

Side Two: Dawn at New Hope, PA (30:00)
The quintessential "field recording" with owls, crows, doves, insects, dogs and geese recorded early one morning in June 1969.

Environments 3 (1971)Side One: Be-In (34:00)
The sounds of a spontaneous gathering in Central Park, April 6, 1969 with strolling musicians, dancers, anti-war protesters, and fragments of conversations. This recording presents the unmistakable ambiance of a place and time in culture now gone. Though many of the Environments recordings have been imitated, this one stands alone as a totally unique recording.

Side Two: Dusk at New Hope, PA (37:00)
A warm summer night (recorded August 1970) deep in the backwoods of Eastern Pennsylvania, surrounded by insects and the occasional distant hound.

Environments 4 (1974)Side One: Ultimate Thunderstorm (32:00)
One of the most-imitated nature recordings, with thunder, lightning and a torrential downpour. This one was recorded from a balcony in the city, unlike Environments 11 which was recorded outdoors in the country.

Side Two: Gentle Rain in a Pine Forest (34:00)
This recording revealed a paradoxical effect, where low-level high-frequency sounds could make a room seem quieter than when the recording was not playing.

Note: Announced inside Environments 4 but never released: Children at Play/Cocktail Party (was to be Environments 9) and Spanish Train/Cable Car (S.F.) (was to be Environments 10).

Environments 5 (1974)Side One: Ultimate Heartbeat (20:00)
A stethoscope heartbeat recording which can be used to calm infants, aid meditation or enhance lovemaking.

Side Two: Wind in the Trees (34:00)
The soft rush of wind rustling the leaves of a grove in late autumn.

Environments 6 (1974)Side One: Dawn in the Okefenokee Swamp (34:00)
Side Two: Dusk in the Okefenokee Swamp (34:00)
Accessible only by airboat, Georgia's verdant wetlands are home to thousands of species both large and small, including growling alligators. Both recordings were taken at the same location, but ten hours apart.

Environments 7 (1976)Side One: Intonation (30:00)
A blended chorus of male & female singers intoning an "Om" chant.

Side Two: Summer Cornfield (35:00)
The cicadas, grasshoppers and katydids of a Vermont field provide a blanket of pulsating sound, subtly enhanced by further bug sounds from an EML synthesizer.[5]

Environments 8 (1974)Side One: Wood-Masted Sailboat (34:00)
Creaking boards, straining lines, and a taut canvas recorded aboard a 42-foot sloop under full sail.

Side Two: A Country Stream (34:00)
A small meandering stream near Stockbridge MA with insects, birds and the sound of water flowing over rocks. Another oft-imitated soundscape in the series.

Environments 9 (1979)Side One: Pacific Ocean (30:00)
Slower and calmer than the Atlantic recordings on Environments 1, with seagulls.

Side Two: Caribbean Lagoon (30:00)
Gently lapping waves on a white sand beach.

Environments 10 (1979)Side One: English Meadow (30:00)
Songbirds recorded in the Sussex countryside, near the Long Man of Wilmington chalk drawing.

Side Two: Night in the Country (30:00)
The sound of a vast sea of insects, primarily cicadas.

Environments 11 (1979)Side One: Alpine Blizzard (30:00)
Howling wind and banging shutters in a ski chateau -- a recording which seemingly lowers the temperature of any room.

Side Two: Country Thunderstorm (30:00)
A quiet afternoon of insects and birds gradually gives way to distant thunder, approaching rain squalls, and then a full-on rainstorm

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Galoot Co-Log-Nuh wrote:
Environments 1 (1970)Side 1: The Psychologically Ultimate Seashore (30:00)
The initial recording in the series goes back to 1968. Working under the direction of Tony Conrad and Beverly Grant Conrad, Teibel recorded ocean waves at Coney Island for use in their feature film "Coming Attractions" (1970). Teibel immediately sensed the marketability of this material, noting its effect on improving concentration, enhancing sleep and sex, and imparting a sense of calm to the listener. Conrad, who wished to credit Walter De Maria for his prior usage of ocean recordings, was not willing to become a partner in the Syntonics Research enterprise as envisioned by Teibel, ....


Very cool find, Galoot. That would be THIS Tony Conrad, of course:
http://www2.metrotimes.com/editorial/story.asp?id=12087

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Iron Butterfly Metamorphis
Side 2- 20:19

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I found an old LP this morning of Mahler's 8th Symphony and the first side has a 24 min track and 14 min track, while Side 2 has a single 42 min track. That's 80 mins on a single LP!

Happy Friday Everyone!!!!!

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Side 1 - 20.04
Side 2 - 24:42
Side 3 - 21:86
Side 4 - 23:09
Side 5 - 22:14
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Isaac wrote:
Could you change the name of your thread to "The Official Old Bullshit Nobody Cares About Thread"? It's become incredibly useless since people stopped caring about it years ago, the forum software changed, the formatting has become messed up, and the last page always comes up as blank, but slime continues to bump it for no reason. It really makes no sense that this thread continues to exist, considering that everyone knows that I never said that shit.


LMAO!!

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The Osmonds? That's just mean...

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I think I'll post this here too...

Disco Boy wrote:
tweedle-dumb wrote:
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tweedle-dee wrote:
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You two sure are funny...



This can't be a coincidence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0TEHscA ... re=related


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tweedle-dumb wrote:
I think I'll post this here too...

Disco Boy wrote:
tweedle-dumb wrote:
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You two sure are funny...



This can't be a coincidence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0TEHscA ... re=related


It's a coincidence.

Maybe he's reading this forum from other computer(s)?! Either way, good for Isaac nonetheless...

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SPACEBROTHER wrote:
I think I'll post this here too...

Disco Boy wrote:
tweedle-dumb wrote:
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tweedle-dee wrote:
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You two sure are funny...



This can't be a coincidence...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0TEHscA ... re=related


Great minds think alike?

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Indeed Caputh! :mrgreen:


I'm convinced that Disco Boy and Isaac are one in the same. We all know that Isaac has created plenty of fake accounts in this forum. :P


Disco Boy wrote:

It's a coincidence.

Maybe he's reading this forum from other computer(s)?! Either way, good for Isaac nonetheless...


Nice try Eye Sack...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0TEHscA ... re=related


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tweedle-dee wrote:
Great minds think alike?


Well, in the case of tweedle-dumb and yourself, weaselly minds think alike.

tweedle-dumb wrote:
Indeed Caputh! :mrgreen:


I'm convinced that Disco Boy and Isaac are one in the same. We all know that Isaac has created plenty of fake accounts in this forum. :P

Nice try Eye Sack...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0TEHscA ... re=related


And you're also convinced that ANYONE who wears a hoodie is a racist. :roll:

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Disco Boy wrote:
tweedle-dee wrote:
Great minds think alike?


Well, in the case of tweedle-dumb and yourself, weaselly minds think alike.

tweedle-dumb wrote:
Indeed Caputh! :mrgreen:


I'm convinced that Disco Boy and Isaac are one in the same. We all know that Isaac has created plenty of fake accounts in this forum. :P

Nice try Eye Sack...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n0TEHscA ... re=related


And you're also convinced that ANYONE who wears a hoodie is a racist. :roll:


Why would I think anybody who wears a hoodie is a racist? Wouldn't it be, anybody who stalks and shoots an unarmed black teenager wearing a hoodie is a racist?

Besides, who are you to talk about racism? In addition to your Tweedledee/tweedledumbisms, you're lame assed racist comic books that you plugged on all of those sights where you got banned from corraborates in the likeliness that you are indeed Isaac.

The gigs up. You've been found out.


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...I'm convinced that Disco Boy and Isaac are one in the same...
not a chance ... now back to the topic


mentaltossflycoon wrote:
The Osmonds? That's just mean...

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