By Douglas Kahn
Earth Sound Earth sign is a learn of energies in aesthetics and the humanities, from the beginning of recent communications within the 19th century to the worldwide transmissions of the current day. Grounded within the Aeolian sphere song that Henry David Thoreau heard blowing in telegraph traces and within the Aelectrosonic sounds of ordinary radio that Thomas Watson heard in cellphone traces, the e-book strikes throughout the histories of technological know-how, media, tune, and the humanities to the Sixties, whilst the composer Alvin Lucier labored with the "natural electromagnetic sounds" current from "brainwaves to outer space," throughout the city electromagnetism within the conceptual paintings of Robert Barry, to the power scavenging drawings and antennas via the artist Joyce Hinterding.
From the sounds of auroras at excessive latitudes and atmospheric electrical energy within the mountains, to underground tune of earthquakes and nuclear explosions, to track bounced off the moon and the sounds of the sunlight, Earth Sound Earth sign rethinks power at an international scale via precise discussions of artists and scientists equivalent to Gordon Mumma, Pauline Oliveros, John Cage, James Turrell, Karl-Birger Blomdahl, Paul DeMarinis, Semiconductor, Thomas Ashcraft, Katie Paterson, Edmond Dewan, Ludwik Liszka and lots of others.
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The tc experiment didn’t last too long, not his fault, but he did throw the band out of balance. Still, the Constanten era produced some interesting material, like just about everyone’s first “Dark Star” on Live/Dead. This version of the Dead was never going to have mass appeal, however. Phil and Tom together overloaded the weirdness end with a steady flow of accidental music while the rock end had to fight to keep up. tc left on good terms right after the New Orleans bust. He’d just gotten another gig, a musical to compose and direct, so it was a good time to move on.
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