Mastered at Equus, Brussels, spring 2002 Translation from German and Russian by Eva Schikorski, from French by Valérie Steiner /Virtual Words. This record could not have been published without deep thanks and appreciation to Brett Dean and his family, it was he who started it all. Dedicated to the memory of Gerhard Stempnik, oboist and sound explorer.
1. Various - Here Is Konstantin Raudive. Watch now Various's video clip of album "Konstantin Raudive - The Voices Of The Dead".
Pieces by Scanner, Calla (the very Pink Floyd-esque "Raudive Track"), and David Toop stand out as three widely different yet pertinent takes on the spirit of Raudive's experiments. Less impressive are the submissions by Lee Ranaldo and DJ Spooky. The penultimate track belongs to Brett Dean, a classical-leaning viola solo. Dean may have been the instigator of the project, but his piece cannot be fully appreciated so out of context
Raudive Mix - Bizz Circuits - Drьben.
Konstantin Raudive The Voices of the Dead. Author: Selena Hs. Publish date: Mar 25, 2003. I can take spiders, gore, psychological thrillers, no problem. But when it comes to ghosts, set to the ponderously spooky Sub Rosa vibe? Different story. Latvian psychologist Konstantin Raudive, a student of Carl Jung, collected samples on magnetic tape of what he was convinced were the voices, noises and echoes of the dead. Here the archives are warped by DJ Spooky, Lee Ranaldo, Random Inc, and others in a collection that plays on fears of the unseen.
Free download and listen the Voices of the Dead. Gerhard Stempnik - Sound Piece 'karajan Kluk' 00:50. Konstantin Raudive - Here Is Konstantin Raudive 04:00. Gerhard Stempnik - Sound Piece 'astrid! Ask There' 00:43. Konstantin Rauvive - Radio stimme microphone-stimme - experiments part 11:07. David Toop - Koladé Spirit 05:51. Lee Ranaldo - Lee's Raudive Mix 02:48. CM von Hausswolff - Welcome (for F. Jurgenson & K. Raudive) 05:37. Calla - Calla Raudive Track 04:51. Gerhard Stempnik - Sound Piece 'astrid a Little Bit' 00:42. Scanner - Palae Fore Memoire 05:31
Konstantin Rauvive : Archives material Konstantine Raudive & Gerhard Stempnik remixes by Brett Dean David Toop CM von Hausswolff Calla Lee Ranaldo Scanner Randm Inc Ensemble Original archives from Konstantin Raudive and Gerhard Stempnik and some additional remixes. The fact is, these mysterious magnetic tapes, which capture the voices of the dead, and were recorded by the Baltic scientist Konstantin Raudive, are not a fiction but a reality (we are not here to judge their scientific objectivity ). These tapes, as rare as Lovecraft's Necronomicon, are now in our archives. Who was raudive ? Dr. Konstantin Raudive, a student of Carl Jung, was a Latvian psychologist who taught at the University of Uppsala, Sweden, before devoting the last ten years of his life to electronic voice phenomenon (EVP). He published his book Breakthrough in 1971.
Release group information. Artist: Various Artists. Type: Album + Compilation.
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|1||–Konstantin Raudive||Here Is Konstantin Raudive... Part #1||4:03|
|2||–Scanner||Palae Fore Memoire
Written-By – Robin Rimbaud
|3||–Gerhard Stempnik||Sound Piece #1 • Astrid A Little Bit||0:39|
Written-By – A. Valle*, S. Donovan*, W. Magruder*
|5||–Gerhard Stempnik||Sound Piece #2 • Karajan Kluk||0:47|
|6||–Paul D. Miller AKA DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid*||Cadavre Magnétique
Mixed By – Foam Written-By – Paul D. Miller
|7||–Gerhard Stempnik||Sound Piece #3 • Astrid ! Ask There !||0:40|
Written-By – Olivier Alary
|9||–Gerhard Stempnik||Sound Piece #4 • Mendelsohn: More More||0:57|
|10||–Lee Ranaldo||Lee's Raudive Mix
Written-By – Lee Ranaldo
|11||–Gerhard Stempnik||Sound Piece #5 • Too Much Pop Music On The Radio||0:27|
|12||–Random Inc.*||Bizz Circuits - Drüben
Written-By – Sebastian Meissner
|13||–Gerhard Stempnik||Sound Piece #6 • Forgotten Special Domain||1:02|
|14||–David Toop||Koladé Spirit
Written-By – David Toop
|15||–Gerhard Stempnik||Sound Piece #7 • In Wien||0:41|
|16||–Carl Michael Von Hausswolff||Welcome / For F. Jurgenson & K. Raudive
Recorded By – CM von Hausswolff*, Friedrich JürgensonVoice, Tape [Radio-taperecorder] – Claude*, Ellen Thorlin, Friedrich JürgensonWritten-By, Electronics – CM von Hausswolff*
|17||–Gerhard Stempnik||Sound Piece #8 • Ouverture Now More Less||0:34|
|18||–Paul D. Miller AKA DJ Spooky That Subliminal Kid*||Temps Magnétique
Mixed By – Foam Written-By – Paul D. Miller
|19||–Gerhard Stempnik||Sound Piece #9 • Problems - Distant Cut Up||0:42|
|20||–Brett Dean||Intimate Decision For Solo Viola
Written-By – Brett Dean
|21||–Konstantin Raudive||Radio Stimme + Microphone-Stimme - Experiments Part #2||11:23|
- Design – Mountain United*
- Edited By, Liner Notes – Guy Marc Hinant
- Photography By [Photos By] – Zenta Maurina
- Producer – Sub Rosa
NotesMastered at Equus, Brussels, spring 2002
Translation from German and Russian by Eva Schikorski • from French by Valérie Steiner /Virtual Words
This record could not have been published without deep thanks and appreciation to Brett Dean and his family, it was he who started it all.
Dedicated to the memory of Gerhard Stempnik, oboist and sound explorer.
Released in Digipak.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5 411867 110668
- Matrix / Runout: Sony DADC A0100420228-0101 21 A0
- Mastering SID Code: IFPI L551