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Program 582: Recycled Music 1

KALW Broadcast Date: November 22, 2019 | Host: Mark Abramson

Mark Abramson will be playing examples of recycled music, e.g. music made from other music. We’ll cover a couple different styles, focusing on artists that make prominent use of turntables. You’ll hear experimentalists Christian Marclay and Dick Raaijmakers, experimental hip-hop artists Flying Lotus, J Dilla and DJ Spooky, and a 20-minute tape-manipulated pop recording by Terry Riley.

Program Audio

30-Second Spot

Track Info & Links

Title: Johann Strauss/Louis Armstrong
Composer: Christian Marclay
Performers: Christian Marclay, turntables
Recording Title: More Encores (1988)
Record Label: Morphius Records
Catalog Number: ?


Title: Canon 5 – Super ‘dis moi’
Composer: Dick Raaijmakers
Performers: Dick Raaijmakers, turntables
Recording Title: The Complete Tape Music of Dick Raaijmakers (1998)
Record Label: Composer’s Voice
Catalog Number: CV-NEAR 09/10/11


Title: Stirring/Coronus, The Terminator/Siren Song/Turtles
Composer: Flying Lotus
Performers: ?
Recording Title: You’re Dead! (2014)
Record Label: Warp Records
Catalog Number: WARPLP256


Title: People/The Diff’rence
Composer: J Dilla
Performers: ?
Recording Title: Donuts (2006)
Record Label: Stones Throw Records
Catalog Number: STH2126


Title: Optometry
Composer: DJ Spooky
Performers: ?
Recording Title: Optometry (2002)
Record Label: Thirsty Ear
Catalog Number: THI57121.2


Title: You’re No Good (1967)
Composer: Terry Riley
Performers: Terry Riley, synthesizer and tape machines
Recording Title: You’re No Good (2000)
Record Label: Cortical Foundation
Catalog Number: Organ of Corti 5

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