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John Oswald - plunderphonics album flac Performer: John Oswald
Title: plunderphonics
Style: Cut-up/DJ, Experimental
MP3 album: 1839 mb
FLAC album: 1155 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: VOX MP2 DTS MP1 ADX AUD DMF
Genre: Electronic / Not albums / Pop

Plunderphonics 69/96. Oswald has been working on his techniques and esthetics of sound collaging since 1969, but was mostly active in this field during the late '80s/early '90s.

Grayfolded is a two-CD album produced by John Oswald featuring the Grateful Dead song "Dark Star". Using over a hundred different performances of the song, recorded live between 1968 and 1993, Oswald, using a process he calls "plunderphonics", built, layered, and "folded" all of them to produce two large, recomposed versions, each about one hour long.

What does PLUNDERPHONICS mean? PLUNDERPHONICS meaning - PLUNDERPHONICS pronunciation. John Oswald - Replica (Captain Beefheart - Lick My Decals Off, Baby Plunderphonics Mix)Idiotska's Live Corner. John Oswald's remix of Captain Beefheart's Lick My Decals Off, Baby using samples from the entire album as well as an intro from the solo vocal parts of Trout. John Oswald - Pretendermasorad. Plunderphonic Pretender courtesy of John Oswald. Wavon - I'll Just Stay Here (CHILLWAVE, VAPORWAVE, PLUNDERPHONICS)Wavon.

The term was coined by composer John Oswald in 1985 in his essay Plunderphonics, or Audio Piracy as a Compositional Prerogative. Plunderphonics can be considered a form of sound collage. Although the concept of plunderphonics is seemingly broad, in practice there are many common themes used in what is normally called plunderphonic music. This includes heavy sampling of educational films of the 1950s, news reports, radio shows, or anything with trained vocal announcers. In 1989 Oswald released a greatly expanded album version of Plunderphonics with twenty-five tracks. As on the EP, each track used material by just one artist. It reworked material by both popular musicians like The Beatles, and classical works such as Ludwig van Beethoven's Symphony No. 7. Like the EP, it was never offered for sale.

Compiles most of John Oswald's infamous "Plunderphonics" recordings, including the 1989 "Plunderphonic" album, and the "Rubáiyát" EP, which was never released. Tracks 1-13, 1-16 and 1-20 are from the Plexure album. Except for a fix-up in Track 1-3 and remastering Track 1-7, which was bass-shy in the original, Tracks 1-3 to 1-7 is more or less an exact replica of the Elektrax CD-EP. The Elektrax project was originally proposed by Elektra president Bob Krasnow and Nonesuch president Bob Hurwitz.

special oswald j & paste. John Oswald Plunderphonics Double J Radio special - A 22 minute radio special on Canadian producercomposer John Oswald & his concept of plunderphonics. Includes DAB & DollY.

John Oswald – Dab from Plunderphonic (1989; Self-released). John Oswald is the Canadian composer who coined the term plunderphonics, and as such he’s central to the movement itself, his body of work featuring both clever and chaotic uses of samples. His best known work, 1993′s Plexure, is essentially a spiritual precursor to Girl Talk’s Night Ripper, in that it strings together an innumerable amount of samples. But 1989′s Dab, from his influential Plunderphonic album, primarily sticks to one sample source: Michael Jackson’s Bad