“Glossolalia” means “speaking in tongues”, a veiled reference, perhaps, to the variety of unique musical voices heard on this cassette compilation.
Kathleen Yearwood’s raw passion abuts 9digit Zip’s more or less clinical experimentation; Tim Risher’s careful electronic construction rubs shoulders with Steve Harp’s free floating and atmospheric compositional strategy; and other contrasts abound.
This time, work comes from farther afield than in previous efforts, relying not solely on local compatriots. Also, contributors of visual work to PhotoStatic (Minóy, Harp, And/Was), as well as later Tape-beatles (Dunn, Johnson) also contribute works.
Duplication run: 52.
PDF and Mp3 upload: 2005-07-01.
Photostatic Magazine Retrograde Archive no. 9'
Contributors and Tracks
The tracks are Mp3s and hosted on the UBUWEB archive.
|019||Kathleen Yearwood Azure Cliff Record, part 2||3:22|
|020||Tim Risher Grate Music||2:37|
|021||9digit Zip Distorted Speech Continuum 3||1:20|
|022||Steve Harp from the soundtrack to “Grafitti”||4:42|
|023||Minóy Shortwave Samba||2:22|
|024||Ll. Dunn I couldn’t get through||0:51|
|025||Creature Comforts Bill Butler Cut-up||1:49|
|026||Kathleen Yearwood Song for Vancouver 5||5:23|
|027||Ll. Dunn Soundtrack to “Buz”||4:54|
|028||Qwa Digs Under Paris’s Bite Action||2:53|