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Canary Burton & Marylou Blakeslee | Lou Lou and Bird Sound Paintings 2012

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Lou Lou and Bird Sound Paintings 2012

by Canary Burton & Marylou Blakeslee

Sound Art, not exactly music, not necessarily noise. Totally improvised groupings of both human and non-human sound. Meant in this instance to be fun.
Genre: Electronic: Freestyle
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1. Canary's Low Down
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2. Ice Storm
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3. Jazzy Bassoon
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4. Length
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5. Moan
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6. No One Wins
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7. Nowheredotcom
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8. Polar Bear
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9. Practice Hall Summer
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10. Religion
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11. Sympatiz
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12. Compitition in the Ghetto
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13. Murmur
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14. Tropics
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15. Harbor
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Marylou and I started making Sound Paintings 30 years ago. That was a time when people who heard what we were doing thought we were either geniuses or incredible losers. Some people at Berklee School of Music in Boston turned down my application to be a student and called the instructor who recommended me on the carpet. Just think, there are many
types of electroacoustic music in the US and in Europe now. I am a 21st Century Classical Music DJ on WOMR FM out of Provincetown, Ma and when I play the music on this album on an electroacoustic day, it fits right in there like we belonged. The tide has turned.

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Virginia

Ethereal Soundscapes Aware of the Past
Smooth melodies informed by not only the artists' classical backgrounds but by jazz and experimental as well set the overall theme for this dreamy work. Other tracks such as the opening Canary's Low Down and Nowhere Dot Com add a dystopic edge to what would otherwise be very soft and smooth. The single Harbor is an excellent representation of the work overall. I enjoy listening to this album immensely as it provides a dichotomy of deep relaxation and profound thought.
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Xyramat

Thank you
impressive, intensive, dark, cool, smart music with really interesting arrangements. Really nice to listen to this music. Thank you.
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