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Various - Sound Image Number 1

Musician: Various
Album title: Sound Image Number 1
Style: Field Recording, Experimental
Released: 1975
Size MP3 version: 1421 mb
Size APE version: 1887 mb
Size WMA version: 1460 mb
Rating ✫: 4.7
Votes: 842
Genre: Electronic / Audiobooks, sounds

Various - Sound Image Number 1 mp3 album

Various - Sound Image Number 1 mp3 album

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A1 James Metzner* / Paul Dixon Aeolian Harp - Solo Harp
Harp [Aeolian] – James Metzner*, Paul Dixon
A2 James Metzner* / Paul Dixon Aeolian Harp - With Guitar
Harp [Aeolian] – James Metzner*, Paul Dixon
A3 Julie Haines Squash
Tape, Recorder, Xylophone – Julie Haines
A4 Bill Cole Walla Walla, Washington
Oboe [Shinai] – Bill Cole
B1 Margaret Rebar Intermezzo: Sonata For A Spring Afternoon 1:28
B2 Richard Manchester Pulsar PSR 083-45
Technician, Recorded By – Richard Manchester
B3 Unknown Artist Freeze Madagascar
Rattle [Katsa], Violin [Lokanga], Valiha – Unknown Artist
B4 James Metzner* Running With The Indians 1:41
B5 Robert Francis A. Like Ghost Of Eagles, B. The Hawk 2:31
B6 Daniel Pinkham August Landscape
Composed By, Performer – Daniel Pinkham
B7 J. Rainbow Who Sings The Song In Your Heart? 2:23
B8 James Metzner* Baseball Transformation
Gong, Cymbal, Bells – James Metzner*


  • Compiled By – James Metzner*
  • Layout – Carl Barile
  • Mastered By – Lawrence Rich
  • Photography By – Andre Kertesz*, Gus Kayfas, John Goodman , Lotte Jacobi, Mark Orlove, Ralph Gibson
  • Photography By [Cover] – Burt Glinn
  • Photography By [Liner] – Charles Harbutt


Subtitled : A Magazine of Aural and Visual Art.

Comes inside boxset-like gatefold cover with folder including 17 photographs and magazine.

Every photograph, every recorded sound, is a glimpse of a moment, a world unto itself with an atmosphere and shades of meaning. Can the life of a moment, if particularly strong, or if recorded faithfully, be shared? When an observer/listener brings two moments into a relationship with each other, can one world awaken a response - evoke a mood or an idea through which the other world might be explored? The material in Sound image #1 has been organised in response to such questions.
We suggest that the viewer/listener familiarize himself with first the recording and then the photographic sequence. The sounds and images may be experienced ensemble, using the text in pages 2 & 3 as a guide.

B3 is an excerpt of the previously released "Valiha Madagascar" on Ocora Records, Paris France (OCR-18).