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Bonemap

CD

Bonemap : 'The wild edge' & 'Listening to skin' / Silent Beat.

  • 1 CD (72 min.)
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This item may be available to purchase from the Australian Music Centre.
Please contact our Sales Department to confirm pricing and availability.

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Product details

Duration: 72 min.

Contents note: The wild edge (Dancer's walk photogenically -- Delicate listening -- Rock falls -- Portait of a photographer -- Bone painting -- A mosquito's suck -- A map of bones -- The bay of sparkling lights -- Dry creek bed -- The earth's last deep roar -- A cut in the earth -- Derelict metal -- Blood gurgle -- Days in this heat -- Spirit) -- Listening to skin (String debris -- Ruin it -- Wail -- Piano interior -- Rubbish -- City debris -- Squeal -- Interior).

Liner notes include notes on Bonemap and details on 'The wild edge' production.

Performers: Silent Beat ; Michael Whiticker (recorded texts, spoken and sung, voice, percussion, acoustic guitar, piano interior, tanso, changgo) ; Paul Lawrence (electric guitar) ; Steve Campbell (acoustic bass: Dancer's walk photogenically, The earth's last deep roar) ; Rebecca Youdell (voice: A cut in the earth, The bay of sparkling lights) ; Russell Milledge (voice: Rock falls, The bay of sparkling lights) ; Glen O'Malley (camera, footsteps: Bone painting) ; Lee Wen (voice: The bay of sparkling lights).

'The wild edge' and 'Listening to skin' are projects by interdisciplinary arts collective, Bonemap. All music is composed, recorded and engineered by Michael Whiticker and Paul Lawrence (Silent Beat).


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