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United States Of Belt - Pancake Alley mp3

United States Of Belt - Pancake Alley mp3

Performer:
United States Of Belt
Album:
Pancake Alley
Country:
Released:
2004
Label:
Champ Records, Chloë
Catalog:
Champ 05, chloë005
Style:
Field Recording, Experimental
MP3 archive size:
2659 mb
FLAC archive size:
1257 mb

Tracklist

1Ping Pong Holiday19:08
2Sleepytown Breakfast21:47

Credits

  • Banjo, ElectronicsVic Rawlings
  • LayoutCrispin Thomson
  • Mastered ByBhob Rainey
  • NarratorJordan Tinker
  • Performer [Blueberry Pancakes]Erika Thompkins
  • Photography By [Polaroid Photos], Mixed ByRoss Goldstein
  • Producer, Directed By [Directed], Mastered By, LayoutUnited States Of Belt

Notes

Location sound recordings made throughout America 1999-2004
Cover painting by Mr. Joe Signs that Go!
Printing: AGW
Soundstage recordings filmed @ Cyclorama - BCA 3.04.03
(Huey Williams story by Andy Kaufman pg 293-295 December 16, 1981 3:55 AM Greenvalley Rd.)
Brought to you by Aural Gong Wash
© 2004

  • When this band was based in Boston (they've since scattered to New York City and Upstate), I saw them every chance I could. The recordings they left behind are stunning... it still kinda blows me away that more people STILL don't know about 'em. So here's yr chance... composed field recordings and bits of Americana, vaguely narrative and definitely cinematic... not as abstract as Eric la Casa or Francisco Lopez, but not quite linear or clear-cut either. This particular album seems to describe what it's like to wake up in US of B's imaginary "America". A small town... people doing something (making breakfast?) just out of earshot, the fuzziness of dreams becoming clearer as the fog of sleep slowly clears... and then, fireworks? Every sound is so richly recorded, and the layers of sounds/signifiers not as clear as they may at first seem.