Thursday, June 1, 2017

Hans-Joachim Roedelius ‎– Zu Fuss (cassette, 1978)


And this concludes the recent amount of postings. As said earlier I borrowed a bunch of cassettes that were/are available on Discogs and I saved the best until last. This cassette of unreleased Hand Joachim Roedelius was given by the composer to a collector in The Netherlands by way of saying thank you for something the collector did. He transferred it to CDR himself and decided to get rid off it as he no longer has a cassette player, hence the previous 90+ posts of the last months. It is currently for sale on Discogs, and I am not sure the price tag justifies it. But who knows?
So, until I can lay my hands on some other tapes in the near or far future, I say once more, goodbye and good night.

Monday, May 29, 2017

deCOMPILATION (cassette, Intrepid, 1986)


compilation with Rob Angus, Doug Haire, Brian Fergus, J. Greinke, John Calcagno and Marc Barreca

Thursday, May 25, 2017

A Change For The Different (cassette, Messenger Music, 1991)


A compilation with Steve Hillman, Barry Christian, Robert Andrews, Andrew Pinches

Tuesday, May 23, 2017

Wayne (cassette, Overscape Productions, 1994)


Another highly obscure cassette, just credited one 'Wayne'. Someone out there who knows more?

Monday, May 22, 2017

Costis Drygianakis - Hours And Seasons (cassette, 1993)


download
(new download link provided by the composer himself!)

Wednesday, May 3, 2017

Aquarello ‎– To Cover The Dark (cassette, Deep Wave, 1993)


Aquarello was a musical group which blended ambient music and jazz. The trio included keyboardist Hans-Joachim Roedelius, based in Austria, and two Italian musicians, multi-instrumentalist Fabio Capanni, and saxophonist Nicola Alesini. They were active between 1991 and 1998, recording and releasing three albums.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Rieg ‎– Music For Wind (cassette, Mirage, 1980)


Here's the only other cassette published by Rieg. See here also

Tuesday, April 18, 2017

David Parsons ‎– Tibetan Plateau (cassette, Fortuna Records, 1983)


David Parsons is a New Zealand new age/ambient composer who began composing music in the 1960s; often with a darker edge than that of his contemporaries. In 1989, Parsons began recording an extensive series of indigenous music sound documents in Egypt, Cambodia, Armenia, Vietnam, Indonesia, the Himalayas and other exotic locales. He continues to record and compose music in New Zealand (or Middle Earth, as he calls it).