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Cosey Fanni Tutti - Time To Tell

Musician: Cosey Fanni Tutti
Album title: Time To Tell
Style: Ambient
Released: 1983
Country: UK
Size MP3 version: 1865 mb
Size APE version: 1347 mb
Size WMA version: 1655 mb
Rating ✫: 4.9
Votes: 456
Genre: Electronic / Audiobooks, sounds

Cosey Fanni Tutti - Time To Tell mp3 album

Cosey Fanni Tutti - Time To Tell mp3 album


The Secret Touch
Ritual Awakening


Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell ‎(Cass, S/Sided, C60) Flowmotion none UK 1983
none Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell ‎(Cass, S/Sided, C60) Flowmotion none UK 1983
CTI 93004 SE Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell (Special Edition) ‎(CD, Album, Ltd, Num, RE) Conspiracy International CTI 93004 SE UK 1993
CTI93 004, CTI93 004B Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell ‎(CD, Ltd, RE, RM, Dig) Conspiracy International, Conspiracy International CTI93 004, CTI93 004B UK 1993
CTI 93004 Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell 2000 ‎(CD, Album, RE) Conspiracy International CTI 93004 UK 2000
CTI TTT2000 Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell ‎(CD, Ltd) Conspiracy International CTI TTT2000 UK 2000
none Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell ‎(12", S/Sided, Ltd, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label none UK 2012
RN-001 Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell ‎(12", S/Sided, Ltd, Unofficial, W/Lbl) Not On Label RN-001 UK 2012
none Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell ‎(Cass, Unofficial) Not On Label none Malaysia 2014
CTITTTLP2017 Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell ‎(LP, Album, Dlx, RE, RM, Cle) Conspiracy International CTITTTLP2017 UK 2017
CTIDD006 Cosey Fanni Tutti Time To Tell ‎(4xFile, WAV, Album, RE) Conspiracy International CTIDD006 UK Unknown

"Time To Tell" is shortened to about 20 minutes. Similiary "Ritual Awakening" is 11 minutes long and "The Secret Touch" is 8 minutes long. I can't tell what is missing, nothing is cut abruptly, then again I'm not THAT familiar with the album. No "Such Is Life". It could be 2LP. Pressing is rather good with little noise althoughI have some pops on side two.
What is the pressing quality of the clear vinyl? Noisy or not, because from the internet snippets it seems to be very noisy!
My copy is fine and noise free. Very nice release.
My copy is absolutely perfect and sounds really good !
According to the tracklengths on Juno, these seem to be shorter edits of the versions to be found on this CD:https://www.discogs.com/Cosey-Fanni-Tutti-Time-To-Tell/release/321487And the fourth track is missing.
"At bleedin’ last, Cosey Fanni Tutti’s legendary solo album, Time To Tell [1983] sees a proper, if edited, official vinyl reissue - MAGAZINE INCLUDED! - on her and Chris Carter’s Conspiracy International label. In fact, with Cosey’s utterly mind-blowing autobiography, Art Sex Music now in circulation, putting history to rights and stoking febrile interest around her inspirational, nonpareil oeuvre, the timing could hardly be any better to reissue her most sought-after and inarguably definitive solo release. First issued on tape in 1983, some years after the initial demise of Throbbing Gristle and the start of of Chris & Cosey, and just prior to the emergence of their multimedia CTI alias, Time To Tell documents Hull’s greatest daughter, Christine Carol Newby aka Cosey Fanni Tutti, ‘fessing all about her long-running art praxis involving a deep penetration of the British sex industry - from nude modelling to striptease and transgressive performance art - all set to her signature, exploratory electronic sculptures and drily angelic delivery. For this hugely important reissue of Cosey’s only solo record (yep, only!), she worked with husband and creative partner Chris Carter to edit the original two track release, trimming down some of the longer parts to optimise audio fidelity, and also incorporating The Secret Touch which was included on the Time To Tell (Special Edition) CD release in 1993/2000. Thus the release spies three distinct strands or aspects of Cosey’s sound. The first, longest and most comprehensive is the LP’s title track, which, as far as we can tell, appears in a slightly abridged version, but still ties up all her key sonic themes, from pulsing, sensuous synths, sky-licking guitars and brittle drum machines to her achingly seductive Yorkshire accent, drily recounting her experiences and inside/out perspective in the sex industry. Tell us this isn’t one of the most alluring 20 minutes of the ‘80s ever recorded, and we’ll tell you to do one.Ritual Awakening comes on the B-side. Here the drum machine drops away and Cosey’s hushed vocals take a new, diaphanous form, refracted in a diamond-cut prism of electronics with near-cinematic strings, feeling out unreachable edges of the lushest void. Then we’re stranded in The Secret Touch, where her sallow synth strokes hint at an aquarian sort of new age, melding with reverberating, Denny-esque guitar against an unfathomable backdrop of possible field recordings and almost raga-like drones on her signature Cornet. We could hammer on about this one all day, but suffice it to say: this is a totally essential purchase!" (Boomkat)
Thanks. Maybe the tracks will be long enough however... I'd like to know the reasons of this new editing. Was it only in order to fit nicely on a 12'' side?
Yep, you're right. Just got an email from Cosey saying: ..."this deluxe edition has been remastered and edited from the original audio tapes." A shame.
deluxe Lp repress on CTI in november to pre-order here: https://cargorecordsdirect.co.uk/products/cosey-fanni-tutti-time-to-tell-vinyl
this definitely needs a vinyl release! and i don't mean this edit by special delivery with this weird guitar on top of it...
like my prayers were heard by someone. thanks for letting me know!
I have noted that it is just about never that anyone is selling this cassette with the accompanying magazine. Which; I can't quite imagine how anyone who would have bought this would have tossed out that magazine, at any point. Is it that the magazine and cassette were sold separately perhaps? Or is it that nearly all of these cassettes sold here and elsewhere being likely not really the original edition. (I think personally it is likely the latter.)
I have seen 3 different official variations of the tape - two of which came the magazine. I'm guessing later copies did not include it, and many more of those later copies were likely produced compared to the earlier editions with the mag.