teap!n

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Member Since: 10/30/2001
Total Mixes: 42
Total Feedback: 64
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Other Mixes By teap!n

Cassette | Theme
CD | Theme - Depression
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CD | Mixed Genre
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CD | Mixed Genre
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sound songs for others

Artist Song Buy
national public radio  lost & found sound signature (intro)  buy on itunes
sekar sendak ensemble  tabuh empat: pagawa (edit)  buy on itunes
climax golden twins  track 1 (untitled)  buy on itunes
janiv  totblues  buy on itunes
harry smith  selections from smith recordings, boulder, co (door slams, cats, water, airplane, dog barks)  buy on itunes
climax golden twins  track 7 (untitled)  buy on itunes
vc hooker  vc's blues  buy on itunes
ellen band  swinging sings  buy on itunes
david tudor  rainforest 1  buy on itunes
climax golden twins  track 4 (untitled)  buy on itunes
eo sinh + namh hao  vc love song  buy on itunes
ellen band  closet bird  buy on itunes
sounds of nature  frog chorus  buy on itunes
thanh nam teu  lucky luke (bat ghen)  buy on itunes
harry smith  water from roof 10:55 am 12-18-88 south end performing arts center, naropa institute (edit)  buy on itunes
climax golden twins  track 2 (untitled)  buy on itunes
sekar sendak ensemble  baris gede  buy on itunes

Comment:

some kind of homage to musique concrete with a strong eastern bent. this guy jeff works at wall of sound in seattle (or did when i was living there). climax golden twins is his project. lots of really really interesting field recordings of children playing and noise from the street and unexpectedly beautiful stuff like that. david tudor used mechanical devices to mimic tropical birds. ellen band recorded a bunch of swings, and it turned out sounding like an abstract version of seagulls. tracks 4,7,11, and 14 are from this compilation called "ho! #1: roady music from vietnam." very interesting stuff with lots of background traffic and noise. liner note on the first harry smith track: "recorded with sony pro walkman, a gift from allen ginsburg." some gamelan thrown in the pot as well. a pleasant break from the verse/chorus/verse thing.
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Feedback:

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Poserlad1
Date: 12/29/2001
of all the hipsters who think they're tastes are so much better than mine i think i like teapin the best. he's polite.
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teapin
Date: 12/29/2001
awwwwwwww, shucks...
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Poserlad1
Date: 12/29/2001
and his website is neat
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g.a.b. l@bs
Date: 12/29/2001
ever the sucker am I for the 'experimental' genre mix-label; this does look like an interesting aural workout...exercise for the eardrums; nice job-! ~:-p
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Moe
Date: 12/29/2001
This mix makes me hungry (or could it just be the cover art?)
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McDonald12
Date: 12/30/2001
I would like to get a hold of this. Is it possible to get a copy?
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Junior D1
Date: 1/11/2002
I agree with Professor Poserlad, Teapin rocks. his cds are cool, his website is cool, and he is just a nice guy...
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McDonald12
Date: 1/17/2002
Liked this cd. Thanks for sending. Didja get Purple Alligator?
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g.a.b. l@bs
Date: 2/7/2002
Sounds & signs of life; traversing Chimes to Chinatown to barking dogs
(or your very own neighborhood). CAUTION: playing this
mix on a warm summer's night with the window open
could cause you to do a double-take and peek outside;
experimentalism @ its most intriguing. An aural effort
in flow and sound-structure that you might not even
hear on your favorite college radio station. Methinks the tea-man is onto something !
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Curtis_Burns
Date: 10/21/2002
You've probably heard lots of these sounds before (car doors and horns, footsteps and footfalls, child shouts and jabber), now's your chance to listen. A perfect soundtrack bourne of imperfect noises.

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