пятница, 13 октября 2017 г.

Michael Siegel – The Sounds Of The Office1963

A1 Time Clock
A2 Coffee Break
A3 Dictation And Transcription
A4 Letter Opening
A5 Heat Copyer (Thermofax) And Stapling
A6 Coffee Break
A7 Old Electric Typewriter
A8 Adding Machine
A9 Writing Chacks, And Check Protector
A10 Manual Typewriter
B1 Telephone And Intercom 6:04
B2 Pop Bottle Machine 3:58
B3 Calculator 6:22
B4 Plastic Laminator 1:58
B5 Bookkeeping Machine 2:52
B6 Coffee Break 2:53
B7 Addressograph
B8 Postage Meter And Enveloppe Sealer
B9 Time Clock
B10 The Office On A Busy Day

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Текст на Английском кому интересно
Folkways website says, "This mysterious album opens with banging and creaking and could be mistaken for a minimalist sound piece. It is in fact the sounds of an office from 1964. Rustling papers, drawers closing, typing and footsteps are just a few of the sounds heard on this album." While field recordings archive may be nothing special, these days, they probably wouldn't exist without records like "Sounds Of The Office", originally released in 1964. These are just normal, everyday sounds of an office environment, but one from 50 years ago. Taken out of context, an interesting phenomena occurs; it becomes a piece of musique concrete sound sculpture, a surreal tapestry of hissing industrial buzzes and clangs and disembodied conversations, which is further exacerbated by the facts that most of these machines, and probably most of these people, are dead and moldering, transforming the set into an industrial ghost dance on par with Eraserhead. As usual, it's also packaged with Folkways ridiculously awesome graphic design. Listening to Sounds Of The Office will forever change the way you hear the world around you, the way you view your home and work, making life 10x more surreal; the hallmark of good psychedelia. For burgeoning concretists, or if you happen to be running a Mad Men live action role playing campaign, get this platter! And then move on to records like "The Sounds Of Medicine", "The Sounds Of The Sea", and "The Sounds Of The Junkyard".