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Notes from the purchase URL:

Blue Calx:

"Recorded in Linmiri [Lannerlog bedroom studio], probably the last track I ever recorded in that house, quite fitting really, end of that era. I made it when coming back to visit my parents in Cornwall after moving away to go to college to do a degree in microelectronic engineering, which I thankfully never finished, was so boring, always preferred teaching myself, so much more satisfying, letting your mind wander where it needs to go. I heard Derrick May pressed this up onto vinyl so he could DJ it, I wonder if that was true?"

track 19 [side 5, track 2, omitted from CDs] ("Stone in Focus"):

"This track has now thankfully been found and uploaded here, I was very worried it had been lost, very relieved*** It was not included on the original CD’s as there wasn't enough room. I usually always give priority to the vinyl versions of all my releases as I never ever really liked CD's much, think I would have liked CD's a little bit more if you could put 90 mins on them, who decided they were to be 74 mins anyway? Thinking about this now I'd love to try and get Warp to do high quality chrome cassette versions of all my Warp musics, maybe even metal ones if possible. If I wait a year or so for this I could include all the extras on the cassettes as there would be plenty of room, would have to sign the tracks over to Warp first for a physical release, something I don't have to do for this website but that shouldn't be too difficult."

#22 ("Spots"):

"Someone I used to know, you know who you are, worked as a cleaner in a police station and kindly pinched me a police interview tape. It was with a woman who murdered her husband, it's the background audio in this track."

#23 ("Tassels"):

"featuring an EMS synthi 'a', mk1, Studiomaster star mixer, recorded 184 Southgate road, 1st floor, London. Bought the synthi when I was about 19 from Robin wood at ems, Ladock, Cornwall. Saved all my money for it for a long time, one of the first synths I ever bought and I know that machine inside and out, magical piece of equipment, always felt like it was made specially for me."

Annotation last modified on 2017-08-04 13:27 .

Tracklist

Digital Media 1
# Title Rating Length
1 #1
4.35 7:27
2 #2
3.5 6:34
3 #3
4 7:44
4 #4
4.5 4:39
5 #5
2.5 8:55
6 #6
3.5 3:31
7 #7
3.5 8:51
8 #8
2.65 5:08
9 #9
3 6:54
10 #10
3 9:58
11 #11
3 7:18
12 #12
3.35 2:42
13 #13 Blue Calx
4 7:20
14 #14
3.5 8:00
15 #15
3.5 5:33
16 #16
2.5 4:45
17 #17
4 2:05
18 #18
3 7:16
19 track 19 [side 5, track 2, omitted from CDs]
4.5 10:11
20 #20
3 5:57
21 #21
4 4:15
22 #22
3.5 7:09
23 #23
3.5 7:30
24 #24
2 11:27
25 #25
3 5:41
26 #26 th1 [evnslower]
4 11:07

Credits

Digital Media 1

composer:
Richard David James (British electronic musician) (tracks 1–25)
producer:
Richard David James (British electronic musician) (tracks 1–25)
publisher:
Chrysalis Music Ltd. (music publisher) (tracks 1–18, 20–25)
recorded at:
DJ-mixes:
Downtown / SAW:II CD2.4 (part of "Blechsdöttir: The Nexus Phase" DJ mix) by Jimi Tenor / Aphex Twin (track 16)
SAW:II CD2.6 / Sexy Bit Courtesy of NinjaTune (part of "Blechsdöttir: The Nexus Phase" DJ mix) by Aphex Twin / [unknown] (track 18)
has remixes:
mash-ups:
Section 001 by ZILLA (track 17)
sampled by:
Stonekiller by Source Direct (track 4)
recording of:
Blue Calx (track 13)
[Blur] (track 8)
[Cliffs] (track 1)
[Curtains] (track 7)
[Domino] (track 11)
[Grass] (track 5)
[Grey Stripe] (track 16)
[Hankie] (track 4)
[Hexagon] (track 20)
[Lichen] (track 21)
[Matchsticks] (track 25)
[Mold] (track 6)
[Parallel Stripes] (track 14)
[Radiator] (track 2)
[Rhubarb] (track 3)
[Shiny Metal Rods] (track 15)
[Spots] (track 22)
[Stone in Focus] (track 19)
[Tassels] (track 23)
[Tree] (track 10)
[Weathered Stone] (track 9)
[White Blur 1] (track 12)
[White Blur 2] (track 24)
[Windowsill] (track 18)
[Z Twig] (track 17)