Vintage Volts (TSP radio show 05/03/04)

  1. a John Baker, ‘Time and Tune’
    b John Baker, ‘Tomorrow’s World’
    c Delia Derbyshire, ‘Ziwzih Ziwzih OO-OO-OO’
    d Delia Derbyshire, ‘Blue Veils and Golden Sands’
    e Delia Derbyshire, ‘Mattachin’
    From BBC Radiophonic Music, BBC RADIO ENTERPRISES REC25MCD CD (2002)
  2. a M Slavin, ‘Space Adventure (Parts 1-3)’
    b H Feischner, ‘Desert Storm’
    From Music From The Tomb of the Cybermen, UK VIA SATELLITE RECORDINGS V-SAT ASTRA 3967 CD (1997)
  3. Louis and Bebe Barron, ‘Main Title from Forbidden Planet’
    From OHM: The early gurus of electronic music 1948-1980, USA ELLIPSIS ARTS CD3670 3 x CD (2000)
  4. Mount Vernon Arts Lab:
    a ‘Arthur Cravan’
    b ‘Electrolumminessense’
    c ‘Andromeda’
    d ‘Window’
    From E for Experimental, UK OCHRE RECORDS OCH013LCD (1999)
  5. E.A.R., ‘Swing’ (extract)
    From Continuum, UK SPACE AGE RECORDINGS ORBIT026 CD (2001)
  6. Clara Rockmore, ‘Hebrew Melody’
    From The Art of the Theremin, USA DELOS INTERNATIONAL D/CD 1014 (1987)
  7. a Nelly Caron, ‘Chant de sérénité’
    b Nelly Caron, ‘Luciole’
    From Musique pour Ondes Martenot, FRANCE TEPPAZ LYON 245.001 MINI-LP (ND)
  8. Curd Duca, ‘Max Brand Konzentrat’
    From In Memoriam Max Brand, AUSTRIA RHIZ CD 006 2 x CD (1999)
  9. Raymond Scott:
    a ‘Auto-Lite: Sta-Ful (instrumental version)’
    b ‘Portofino’
    c ‘Domino’
    d ‘Cheer: Revision 3’
    From Manhattan Research, THE NETHERLANDS BASTA AUDIO/VISUALS 90782 2 x CD (2000)
  10. Tod Dockstader and James Reichert
    Track 3 from Omniphony 1, UK RER MEGACORP RER TODD 1 CD (2002)
  11. Bülent Arel, ‘Postlude from Music for a Sacred Service’
    From Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center 1961-1973, USA NEW WORLD RECORDINGS 80521-2 CD (1998)
  12. Jorge Antunes, ‘Music for Frequency Sweepings’
    From Savage Songs, USA POGUS PRODUCTIONS P21027-2 CD (2002)
  13. Oskar Sala, ‘Concertando Rubato from Elektronische Tanzsuite’
    From OHM, op cit.
  14. Jorge Antunes, ‘Luminous Flow for White Sounds I’
    From Savage Songs, op cit.

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