Subject: Re: Women in EA - Sainte-Marie - Poppies & the Angel
From: sylvi macCormac (macCormac@shaw.ca)
Date: Tue Nov 08 2005 - 20:47:00 EST
thank you Kevin
this is awesome information :-) i've got my reading and research cut out for me.
and look now this Call for EA works by Women - Voices on th Edge.
wish you et al could join us Friday for th SFU 4Oth Anniv. EA Concert :-)
best regards, sylvi macCormac
http://www.sylvi.ca / na / da / bc
siwash rock & soundscape composition
Kevin Austin wrote:
> Thank you.
> I listened to a number what was available on line. The work I heard
> (from about 1970) is an example of the academic electronic music
> studio continuing to impinge on the pop industry. The precursors for
> the speed change, backwards and four channel would include Geoff
> Emerick http://www.prosoundweb.com/recording/books/berklee/geoff.php
> (a fine source of information), and for head echo, of course, Phil
> Spector http://www.geocities.com/spectropop/hspector1.html
> and Back to Mono
> and the 1962 productions of:
> Philles 106 Crystals
> He's a Rebel (Pitney)
> I Love You Eddie (Spector-Hunter)
> Philles 107 Bob B. Soxx and the Blue Jeans
> Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah (Gilbert-Wrubel)
> Flip & Nitty (Phil Spector)
> Philles 108 Alley Cats
> Puddin'n'Tain (Caufield-Pipkin-Willis)
> Feel So Good (Caufield-Pipkin)
> (B side producer: Lou Adler)
> Philles 109 (109X) Crystals
> He's Sure the Boy I Love (Mann-Weil)
> Walkin' Along (La-La-La) (Phil Spector)
> With regards to "[S]low speed", Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah is revelatory!
> At 11:48 AM -0700 11/8/05, sylvi macCormac wrote:
> >Poppies & the Angel are fine examples of early use of electronics in
> >music, but is it Electroacoustic ?
> If it comes out of a loudspeaker, that's fine by me,
> >When was the first use of quadrophonic music in EA and/or Electronic
> Ol' Stocky hisself was at 5 channels with Gesang (1956)
> although the picture is of his working on Kontakte.
> >Still, i believe Buffy Sainte-Marie's songs/compositions are
> >signifigant for courses / classes that cover Women in EA as an
> >example of pioneering use of Electronics and Voice.
> You may also wish to find out about the work of Meg Sheppard and alcides lanza.
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