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Woodworking (Cricklewood Remixes).

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Cricklewood from David Kristian () (CD).

Track 3: composed, mixed and recorded at Studio MECCA, Kyoto, Japan, October-November 1997 using only David Kristian - Cricklewood CD as source material. Track 4: Recorded 4/1/98. Track 5: recorded March 5, 1998 at 2:47 PM at the Odd Job Resource Center, Miami.

For a moment, anyway; probably just long enough for them to skip through the first three or four tracks of Cricklewood before passing it over to their "trade" pile. Ostensibly Kristian's tribute to the soundtrack of famous B-horror flick Forbidden Planet, Cricklewood is all echoey test tones and modulating drones, and not a whole lot else.

10 tracks · 1 September 1997. 13 tracks · 1 January 2005. 13 tracks · 14 April 2007.

Play Cricklewood album songs MP3 by David Kristian and download Cricklewood songs on Gaana. Released by Alien8 Recordings Feb 2008 10 Tracks.

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Based in Montreal, David Kristian has looked far back into electronic music's past to unite his vision of soundtrack music and experimental electronics. Inspired by the first completely electronic film score, 1956's Forbidden Planet by Louis and Bebe Barron, Kristian recorded a 1997 album (Cricklewood) as a tribute to the radical sound experiments that the Barrons used to record it. Kristian's recording career began in the early '80s while working at a cable-television station in New Brunswick

Cricklewood is an area of north-west London, England. The area is split between three London boroughs: Barnet to the north-east, Brent to the west and Camden to the south-east. Cricklewood was a small rural hamlet around Edgware Road, originally the Roman road which was later called Watling Street, until the impetus for its urbanisation came with the surface and underground railways in nearby Willesden Green in the 1870s.

Tracklist

1 Cookies 6:10
2 Pangolin 5:52
3 Picktooth 9:03
4 King Oscillator 4:54
5 Motorway 7:15
6 I Have A Drum 5:44
7 Aluminum Tree 4:52
8 Quint 3:58
9 Cheytillae 8:48
10 Twelf 9:32

Companies, etc.

  • Mastered At – Numerix
  • Manufactured By – Amtech
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – David Kristian
  • Copyright (c) – David Kristian

Credits

  • Layout – Sean O'Hara
  • Mastered By – Stefan Figiel
  • Synthesizer [Ems Vcs-3, Oberheim Matrix-6 And 6r, Moog The Source], Effects [Random Voltage Generator, Pitch To Voltage Converter, Delta-lab Effectron 2 And 3 Delay Lines, Ic1 Quad Lag Processor Module], Programmed By [Roland Mc-4 Microcomposer], Bass [Fender Precision As Control Source] – David Kristian

Notes

All tracks copyright David Kristian 1997.

This record is dedicated to Louis and Bebe Barron and Otto Joachim.

Special thanks to: Julia, Alien8 Recordings, Discreet/Indiscreet Music, Drop Beat Records, Lo Recordings, Leaf Recordings, Law and Auder, Suction Records, and Tony of IC1 Electronics.

Cover image taken from a spectrograph generated from the first sound of this record.

Mastered at Numerix Audio 97.

Released in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: AMTECH DISC A00080046 G3 970828

David Kristian - Cricklewood mp3 play

Performer: David Kristian

Title: Cricklewood

Date of release: 1997

Style: Abstract, Noise, Experimental

Genre: Electronic

Size MP3: 1519 mb

Size FLAC: 1685 mb

Rating: 4.5 / 5

Votes: 418

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Modifyn
This recording is truly experimental, and will not appeal to anyone expecting traditional melodic/rhythmic approaches. Perhaps the nearest relatives would be pan sonic or the soundtrack to the film "forbidden planet." uneasy listening and homemade sounds.
Modifyn
This recording is truly experimental, and will not appeal to anyone expecting traditional melodic/rhythmic approaches. Perhaps the nearest relatives would be pan sonic or the soundtrack to the film "forbidden planet." uneasy listening and homemade sounds.