The Inevitable Hour

2012-03-03
Drone, Experimental, Noise
Sadayatana Podcast #69
Average Bitrate: 151kbps mp3
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Direct URL: The Inevitable Hour
Review at archive.org: Sadayatana #69

Mostly this show is about automated random whispers over drones and stretched out classical music. Much inspiration is taken from the music of György Ligeti. It works fairly well and I enjoy result. I think you will too.

Whispers provided by Ayn Morgan reading (whispering) from Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's "The Little Prince", Charles Baudelaire's "Flowers of Evil" and T.S. Eliot's "The Wasteland". Thank you Ayn.
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00:00Hidekazu Wakabayashi and Lap DancerInvocation: Sacred Rites
04:00w.xThe Vanishing Sea
07:15Metek Vs. NordBeckRed Sun
33:21GloboscuroCome un Finale
35:26Edith Lorand & Her OrchestraVie d'artiste / K├╝nsterleben (Johann Strauss II) (stretched)
47:32Audran Arcanekstatic_0010 (edit, stretched)
64:24Filip GoreckiGondola
69:40MendigoTetauro F
74:38MendigoTetauro I
80:42SceneThey
90:46MystifiedTrack Twenty-Three
90:59TurmoilChronothusia
92:31MystifiedTrack Twenty-Three
92:34TurmoilChronothusia
100:47GloboscuroAutopsia Solare
102:43McKlainIncertidumbre
108:00LuftpiratSerrate
115:00Playing With NunsMeasure Work
119:52Christian Galarretaespacio sonoro autogenerado
123:04SobotaIntenso Funcionamento Cerebral
126:19Christian Galarretaespacio sonoro autogenerado
128:23LuciftiasSuspension VII: The Tenth Key
131:59LuciftiasThe Great Gray Beast (Alpha)
143:03Darkness And SilenceVacuum Horrendum
147:54Il TagliaBlue
150:39Circle of PinesCove Point
156:06LuciftiasRitual 1.0
162:14Backyard GhostFormaldehyde
166:23Nagual ArtDie 3 Kinder von Fatima
171:08Nagual ArtProzession
174:59LuciftiasDarkness Absolute
178:04Red Army State Chorus and EnsembleMarch of the Tanks
180:40LuciftiasDronosphere II

The boast of heraldry, the pomp of power,
And all that beauty, all that wealth e'er gave,
Awaits alike the inevitable hour.
The paths of glory lead but to the grave.

- Thomas Gray, Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard