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Viv Corringham - Until I Learn The Language Of Vegetable Mineral MP3

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Performer: Viv Corringham
Title: Until I Learn The Language Of Vegetable Mineral
Country: UK
Released: Feb 2019
Style: Experimental
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.7
Catalog #: LOR 123
Label: Linear Obsessional Recordings

Tracklist

1Messages3:00
2Until I Learn The Language Of Vegetable Mineral4:39
3The Whispers4:00
4Leaving By The Small Door3:16
5Artists From The Future Are Talking To Me Telepathically4:39
6In The Skyways Of Minneapolis8:38
7Could Be A Bird6:42
8Rising9:35
9I Saw The Signs5:15


Versions

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
LOR123Viv Corringham Until I Learn The Language Of Vegetable Mineral ‎(9xFile, FLAC, Album)Linear Obsessional RecordingsLOR123UK2019


Credits

  • Voice, Field Recording, Words ByViv Corrington


Album

Viv Corringham. Available from Linear Obsessional as cassette or digital album: Viv Corringham. 24 tracks24. Follow Viv Corringham and others on SoundCloud. Available from Linear Obsessional as cassette or digital album: e-mineral. Song Experimental field recordings Electronic. Viv Corringham is a British vocalist and sound artist, currently based in Minnesota, USA, who has worked internationally since the early 1980s. She is interested in exploring people. Mar 27 2020. Happy to announce the release of my new solo album. This random rhythm of notes and sounds. on Intelligent Noise Music label Zeromoon. The Sound Projector. Viv Corringhams previous outing on Linear Obsessional, 2013s Gum Butts, was a wonderful and strange odyssey. Corringham recorded live improvisations at various sites across London Borough Market, Tate Modern, Kings Cross station, etc often in the open air, surrounded by the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Field recordings were central to Gum Butts, and they also make an appearance on Until I Learn the Language of Vegetable Mineral, often working in combination with subtle electronics and processed voices to provide fuzzy, soft-edged backdrops for Corringhams vocal explorations. Until I Learn the Language of Vegetable Mineral. 1 listener. Don't want to see ads Upgrade Now. All Albums. Corringham: Walking. 25 listeners. 28 Oct 2013 8 tracks. Play album. Shadow-Walks in the USA. 15 listeners. 1 Sep 2010 5 tracks. Viv Corringham is a British vocalist, composer and sound artist, currently based in New York, who has worked internationally since the early 1980s. Her ongoing project Shadow-walks has been presented in gallery shows from New York to Istanbul to Hong Kong. Her educational background and awards include an MA Sonic Art with Distinction from Middlesex University, London, England and a BA Theatre Design from Nottingham Trent University, England. She is a certified teacher of Deep Listening, having studied with composer Pauli. Viv Corringham: Broken Land, Slack Tide, Disegno и другие песни. Viv Corringham Until I Learn The Language Of Vegetable Mineral From Until I Learn The Language Of Vegetable Mineral Linear Obsessional. Corringhams On The Hour In The Woods is reviewed in The Wire 421. Subscribers can read the review via the digital archive. First listen: White Boy Scream. Opera singer and composer Micaela Tobin presents Bakunawa a homage to the pre-colonial mythology of the Philippines. Back to top. Watch Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: A Naturalists Guide to the Art Collection This Virtual Gallery Talk features an educator, a conservator, and a horticulturalist in conversation about the elements of nature represented in the museum's art collection. English UK. Animal Vegetable Mineral, Pt. 2 - Doctor P. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Исполнитель: Doctor P. Animal, Vegetable, Mineral was a popular television game show which ran from 1952 to 1959. In the show, a panel of archeologists, art historians, and natural history experts were asked to identify interesting objects or artifacts from museums from Britain and abroad, and other faculties, including university collections. The quiz show was presented by the BBC, continuing a long history of bringing contributors to archaeology into the media limelight. Writing in 1953, the critic C. Lejeune described