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Paul A. Green - The Dream Laboratory: An Auditory Assault For Voices & Media MP3

Paul A. Green - The Dream Laboratory: An Auditory Assault For Voices & Media MP3

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Performer: Paul A. Green
Title: The Dream Laboratory: An Auditory Assault For Voices & Media
Country: Canada
Released: 1972
Style: Radioplay
Category: AudioFiles & Sounds
Rating: 4.1
Catalog #: E-1055
Label: Radio Canada International

Tracklist

1The Dream Laboratory27:55
2The Dream Laboratory30:20


Credits

  • Directed ByAllen Lane
  • ElectronicsDenis Lorrain
  • Voice ActorBudd Knapp, Don Harron
  • Written-ByPaul A. Green


Notes

from the SoundCloud page of this work:

Pioneering soundscape drama by Paul Green, broadcast by CBC Radio Canada 1972, subsequently distributed freely by CBC Radio Canada International. Directed by Allen Lane, starring Don Harron & Bud Knapp with analogue electronica by Denis Laurin. A scientist manipulates the dream life of his sleeping subjects, mixing them into the media dreamscape.

(https://soundcloud.com/paul-a-green)

from the author's blog:

The piece has obvious flaws but also has its moments, notably in the soundscape devised by composer Denis Laurin and producer Alan Yates. As for the text, imagery starts veering towards the surreal as the Lab gets to work. And the echoes of Ballard and Burroughs are now audible. Dr Nathan, I think, is lurking...

Don Harron was the father of Mary Harron, who directed "I shot Andy Warhol" while the narrator role was taken by Bud Knapp, who played the pilot in the TV version of "Quatermass and the Pit", a connection which gives me a certain obscure pleasure.

(http://marcusslease.blogspot.com/2009/06/paul-greens-dream-lab.html)


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Album

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