Various ‘Chaleur’ LP


LP released 2001 on G.M.B.H. (France),

01 Manon Anne Gillis ‘Daeque’ (05:02)
02 Gen Ken Montgomery ‘Pan American Tortilla Special’ (05:31)
03 Bruno Moreigne ‘Nagasaki’ (05:15)
04 John Hudak ‘Steamheat’ (04:04)
05 Seth Nehil ‘Transference’ (06:08)
06 Toy Bizarre ‘Kdi Dctb 94’ (04:47)
07 Jonathan Coleclough ‘Heat’ (05:04)
08 Patrick Mc Ginley ‘Ash, Like Falling Snow’ (03:28)
Total time: 39: 12

‘Chaleur’ is a collection of experimental electroacoustic tracks by well-respected artists, most participants belonging to this school of electroacoustic music whose compositions usually involve some natural phenomenon of one kind or an other. The french title meaning ‘heat’, some of the contributions here have sounds evoking the dilation of metal parts, a fiery furnace, escaping gas, etc. Several track titles refer to this theme, as well. All tracks are extremely focused and deal with a few well chosen elements. Plus the pleasure of an exclusive Anne Gillis track, one of the last she ever released – typical looped sampler notes.


4 Responses to “Various ‘Chaleur’ LP”

  1. 1 Maldoror February 29, 2008 at 3:26 pm

    This was really hard to get. Even the artists who performed on it had trouble getting a copy.

    I finally tracked one down, but thanks for a digital version!

  2. 2 continuo February 29, 2008 at 4:30 pm

    My pleasure to oblige, Maldoror.

  3. 3 torquerind June 22, 2011 at 12:25 am

    thanks kindly; this is nice, it certainly augments the sound of the lawn mower outside!
    I’m shifting my perspective to listening before (or during!) the next download reception; this does make one more appreciative in the present…

    thanks again, o continuous one!

  4. 4 continuo June 22, 2011 at 8:25 am

    Better not to have any perspective at all to listen to this kind of music.
    Thanks for your comment.

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