Gyallu

by Jim Mortimore

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. . . second of five quirkitty old works. . . way back in the scrungy whenbefore there was a time when I got right into brass TIbetan Singing Bowls and Crystal Healing Bowls. I didn't have a brass Tibetan Singing Bowl or a Crystal Healing Bowl... I did however have me ol' mum's glass icing sugar mixing bowl, apprehended from when I was childsome to make delicious Chemistry Set Cakes. . . and the rest, as they so chucklesomely say. . .

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released January 2, 2001

I played:
Mum's Icing Sugar Mixing Bowl
Splishy Splashy Water From The (Cold) Tap (brrr-rrr-rr-r)
Extract of Tibetan Nasal Chanting (mmm-mm juicy)
W30 workstation perc (r) ussion

This LP was mixed without a mixing desk. How'saboutthatthen?

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Jim Mortimore UK

I've been writing music since I was very young, having abandoned piano lessons for a Casio VL Tone and two reel2reel tape recorders. I'm inspired by early Tangerine Dream and bleepy radiophonica, such as may be found enhancing 1960s Dr Who. I've written music for BBC Dr Who audio plays and live local performances. Delia Derbyshire, Karlheinz Stockhausen and Jerry Goldsmith are among my muses. ... more

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