Megaphone 016 Violin music for supermarkets


Jon Rose

Jon Rose, violins, 19 string cello, sampling, fake string orchestra, piano, interactive technology; Eugene Chadbourne, vocal, guitar (track 4), vocal (track 20), banjo (track 29); The Orchestra of Ancient Guts (track 2); Natasha Pschenitschkowa, vocals (track 6); Tristan Honsinger, cello, voice (track 9); Sainkho, voice (track 11); The New Market Economy Gypsy Orchestra (track 6); Lucy Bell, voice; Lauren Newton, voice (tracks 12, 26); Otomo Yoshihide (track 17); Miranda Otto, voice; Matsubara Sachiko, vocals (track 17); Laura Seaton, violin, vocal (track 28); Erik Friedlande, cello (track 28); Kevin Norton, drums, vocals, samples (track 28); Jimmi 'Interactive' Rosenberg (track 19); Brian Rooney, voice; Frank Schulte, turntables (track 22); Chris Cutler, text (tracks 21, 27); Fred Frith, guitar case (track 25); Choir of the Aufruhr (track 24); Noah Taylor, voice; Chris de Chiara, computer programming (track 31).

  1. Kettle piece (02.40)
  2. Mozak (01.46)
  3. What shall we buy? (02.19)
  4. Window shopping (02.04)
  5. The Mouth with shopping list (02.44)
  6. In the queue (01.28)
  7. Techno soap (04.05)
  8. Shopping in Italy (00.50)
  9. Shopping for the bird (02.43)
  10. Tribal chant (01.08)
  11. Shopping in Tuva (03.51)
  12. Screwing (01.44)
  13. All gotta go (01.02)
  14. Shopping in Paris (01.23)
  15. Sharks feeding (01.18)
  16. Post cold war shopping (00.58)
  17. Japanese porn ads (03.24)
  18. A mystic experience (01.36)
  19. Metal car advertising (03.25)
  20. The new car (01.51)
  21. Shopping for spare parts (00.37)
  22. Auction of priceless jazz records (03.22)
  23. Budget soap (02.32)
  24. Shopping mall choir (03.04)
  25. Shopping in Bangkok (03.48)
  26. Pumping the metaphor (02.04)
  27. Princess & Zuba (01.16)
  28. Department store (shopping) (02.36)
  29. Picking thru the garbage (02.16)
  30. The chair that thought it was a violin in a fire sale (00.30)
  31. Hey diddle diddle (03.20)
  32. Ray and Rayline (04.03)
  33. Mum's the word (00.35)
Originally made for and broadcast across Australia by the ABC Listening Room, 14 February 1994.

Front cover (reproduced above) by Marie-Mart.


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