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Bouncing Radio Waves Off the Clouds of Altair 4 (volume one)

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Peter Sinfield/ Brian Eno/ Ennio Morricone  Dadaman With A Harmonica (excerpts from Robert Shecley's In A Land of Clear Colurs)  buy on itunes
Can/Louis & Bebe Barron  All Gates Open (Forbidden Planet Mix)  buy on itunes
Johnny Cash/U2/Louis & Bebe Barron  The Wanderer of Forbidden Planet  buy on itunes
The Beatles/Martin Denny  2morrow never knowz (rumi's swampfire mix)  buy on itunes
Gary Nueman/ Paul Beaver & Bernie Krause  Cars in Another Part of Time  buy on itunes
U2/Bernard Herrmann  Vertigo (Psycho Mix)  buy on itunes
U2   Running To Stand Still (live from Dublin City)  buy on itunes
William S. Burroughs/U2  A Thanksgiving Prayer/Where the Streets...(intro)  buy on itunes
U2  Where the Streets Have No Name ( Live from Rotterdam)  buy on itunes
Falco/Herbie Hancock  Rock me Der Kommissar Amedeus  buy on itunes
Baby Ford/Bono/M/ Louis Prima  Children of the Pop Muzak Revolution Jump, Jive N Wail  buy on itunes
The Beatle/William S. Burroughs  Flying (Rumi's WSB Mix)  buy on itunes
Jobriath   Take Me I'm Yours   buy on itunes


This is a purely experimental album that captures my earliest attempts at doing mashups. The title refers to the phenomenon of how radio signals can blend on an overcast night and provide interesting mixes out of pure chance. So many of there were randomly selected. My fave is GN's "Cars" with B&K's "another Part of Time". i'm really suprised how well they and others go togetehr. Mainly I used instrumentals to blend with songs. The U2 block puts a new spin on "Vertigo and restores WSB's Thanksgiving prayer to where it was originally placed for the Zoo TV live broacast. "Take Me" by Jobriath is the bonus track. - Rumi '05
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Date: 9/18/2005
Interesting combinations :)
Date: 9/18/2005
This looks good. I'd like to hear it.
Jonny Stiletto
Date: 9/19/2005
I freakin' love the cover, if I do say so myself. It's quite a statement. ;-)
Date: 9/19/2005
Certainly interesting. Wish I could snap my finger and hear it this instant.

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