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Minimal, Experimental
  • Artista:
    David Chesworth
  • Título:
    50 Synthisizer Greats
  • Género:
  • Estilo:
    Minimal, Experimental
  • Fecha de publicación:
    13 Aug 1979
  • País:
    Australia
  • Tamaño Versión FLAC
    2968 mb
  • Tamaño Versión MP3
    1085 mb
  • Tamaño Versión WMA
    1799 mb
  • Clasificación:
    4.2
  • Votos:
    200
  • Registro de:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition

Lista de canciones

1It's All Done With Headphones
2I Told You So
3Making Waves
4Co-Co-Nut Smooth
5The Great Yawn
6Forbin Project
7Just About
8Kraut Mich Mit Einem Dachshund
9Flea Circus
10Tropical Fruit Salad
11Feline Twice The Cat
12Give 'Em Heaps
13Have Beat - Will Travel
14Malignant Humour
15Etc
16Joe Fubernacci - Private Eye
17Inverted Commas Space Outlaw
18The Shady Elements
19Alternately Yours
20Feelings Diminished
21Could You Repeat That?
22No Strings
23Green Lady
24C. H. C. M. C.
25Necrophilia
26O! Wow!
273 3/4
28Mind Your Expander
29Then I Transmitter
30?
31A-Sat
32Hommage To Billy Holiday
33100
34Bi-Pole Antenna
35Do The Boogaloo
36Synthetic Neo Classic Promenade
37It Don't Mean A Thing

Versiones

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WMINCD033David Chesworth 50 Synthesizer Greats ‎(CD, Album, RE)W. MincWMINCD033Australia2005
CH135David Chesworth 50 Synthesizer Greats ‎(LP, RE)Chapter MusicCH135Australia2017

Notas

From an interview with David Chesworth: "The record itself was originally printed as a white label as we hadn’t set up Innocent Records at that stage. The later repressing has an innocent label on it."

According to official Innocent 1981 catalogue: "Actually, 37 small pieces..." Label on A-side has handwritten ball-pen info: Side One.

Liner notes:

Technology:
1 AKAI 4000 BS 1/4 Track Tape Recorder, S.O.S.
1 Mini Korg 700S Synthisizer

Inspiration:
Extruding plastic Hi/fi knobs for Bob Semmons at Semmons Pty. Ltd. Plastics Co.

Production:
Recorded at home after work between 20.11.78 & 4.12.78. "Portraiture Operation" (Reverb/Varispeech/Flange/yawn....)
Performed on original tape at Latrobe Studios with John Campbell be-tween 6.3.79 & 20.3.79.

Remember, David says: "Only quantity counts."

Códigos de barras

  • Matrix / Runout (A-side): MA-12131-A FH 28/5
  • Matrix / Runout (B-side): MA-12131-B FH 28/5

Vídeo

Álbum

50 Synthesizer Greats - David Chesworth. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей. 50 Synthesizer Greats is where it all began for David Chesworth, and remains one of his most engaging and remarkable works. The remastered album is reissued with liner new notes and photos from David Chesworth himself, plus two digital- only bonus tracks. Of the 13 tracks that couldnt fit onto the original 1979 album, sadly only one has survived and is presented here, alongside a recently unearthed 11 minute opus from 1979, recorded on a massive Serge Modular Synthesizer. Album 1979 39 Songs. The later repressing has an innocent label on it. According to official Innocent 1981 catalogue: Actually, 37 small pieces. Label on A-side has handwritten ball-pen info: Side One. Liner notes: Technology: 1 AKAI 4000 BS 14 Track Tape Recorder, . 1 Mini Korg 700S Synthisizer. Inspiration: Extruding plastic Hifi knobs for Bob Semmons at Semmons Pty. Plastics Co. Listen free to David Chesworth 50 Synthesizer Greats The Great Yawn, Have Beat - Will Travel and more. 39 tracks 74:25. David Chesworth is an Australian based composer, keyboard player and sound designer. Chesworth's parents moved the family from Britain to Melbourne, Australia in the late 1960s. Chesworth studied at Latrobe University, including time with tutor and composer Jeff Pressing. David Chesworth. 50 Synthesizer Greats. Your Rating. Overview . Электронная 1979. The Great Yawn. Have Beat - Will Travel. Could You Repeat That 1:18. Green Lady. Malignant Humour. Give 'Em Heaps. David Chesworths pioneering debut album 50 Synthisizer Greats from 1979 will be reissued on vinyl for the first time via Chapter Music. Long before home studio was a thing, Chesworth recorded the album in his parents lounge room, on an Akai 4000 DS reel to reel tape machine and using a monophonic Mini Korg 700 synth, borrowed from fellow post-punk icons Tsk Tsk Tsk. As the label explains, he bounced the tracks down the Akais primitive sound-on-sound feature which results in unexpected echo effects and an enduring final sound. If you listen carefully, some of the earlier recordings he tape. At The Toff In Town, Melbourne 2017 on occassion of the re release of the 1979 record 50 Synthesizer Greats made using a Korg 700 monosynth and 14 track. David Chesworth 01-02-1979. Общая длительность:1 h 14 min. Композиторы: David Chesworth. Could You Repeat That David Chesworth


Qudanilyr
After punk flushed out the putrefaction that rock had largely become by themid-to-late 70s, the three-chord thrasharama quickly became insufficientand the do-it-yourself imperative of punk adapted itself to a number of newalternatives/explorations. One of the most enticing was in a new strain ofelectronic music. Electronic rock had been prominently pioneered in theearly 70s by the likes of Kraftwerk, Tangerine Dream and Eno, and it wasthe infusion of this avant-garde tradition into the do-it-yourself ethicthat gave rise to a worldwide wave of post-punk electronic music (thatended up at the extremes of New Romantic synth-pop and experimentalindustrial noise). Yet while we always hear all about, say, ThrobbingGristle and Cabaret Voltaire in the UK or Suicide and the Residents in theUS, less is heard of the contemporaneous Australian electronic musicmovement, even though it may be more enduring than the others.In Melbourne in the late 70s/early 80s, things were so wide openthat even the pub rock venues were awash with radical, electronic bands. InSydney bands like the Severed Heads, Systematics and Machinations wereisolated outposts, but in Melbourne, electronic music was thriving to suchan extent it was even able to sustain several distinct and quiteoppositional scenes within a scene. Leaving behind the hippy meanderings ofMelbourne's own Krautrock outfit Cybotron, the so-called North FitzroyLittle Bands scene grew out of post-punk electro-rock pioneers Whirlywirldand the Primitive Calculators, and was characterised by its wild,instinctive, very visceral sense of experimentation. If this was expressionism, the scene centered around the Clifton Hill Community Music Centre was contrastingly cerebral, abstract. Although the CHCMC alsoembraced older guard musicians like David Tolley, its stars were the likesof tch-tch-tch and David Chesworth, who had taken to the mini-Korg like itwas the key to a whole new kingdom. David Chesworth in particular set a newstandard when, in 1979, he released his debut album 50 Synthesizer Greats.Nobody had ever made a record like this before. Totally devoid of theslickness of, say, Kraftwerk, the album nonetheless had a K-Tel-like senseof kitsch to it that undermined any saccharine sweetness, giving the37 trax an atmosphere of disquiet that still catches in the ear. Thiswas (and remains) no mere muzak for moderns but something altogether moreinsidious, and haunting, and is an indication of the vibrancy of post-punkelectronic music in Melbourne that the world might only now be catching upwith. Clinton Walker, 2007
Cobyno
I have a copy that’s on innocent records. Says 1978 repressed 1982.. Does anyone have any more info ?
Zepavitta
It was originally released as a white label and then reissued in 1982 as part of a double album called Spiral Rebound on Innocent Records that also contained a reissue of Layer on Layer. Was released on CD in 2007 and then again in 2018 remastered on vinyl by Chapter Music