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Taylor Deupree - Lost & Compiled (2014)

28-04-2014, 17:17
Electronic | Ambient | FLAC / APE

Taylor Deupree - Lost & Compiled (2014)

Artist: Taylor Deupree
Title Of Album: Lost & Compiled
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: 12k
Genre: Ambient, Electronic
Quality: 320 / FLAC
Total Time: 56:01 min
Total Size: 128 / 250 MB


01 July 032013 - Sketch of new material, 2013
02 Field (Beta) - Alternate version of “Field” released on Landing (Room 40, 2007)
03 Live In Osaka - From Extract: Portraits Of Sound Artists (Non Visual Objects, 2007)
04 Sea Last (06.05.08) - Early version of “Sea Last” (12k, 2009)
05 Sleepover (Alt) - Alt. version, from Lost In The Humming Air (Music Inspired by Harold Budd) (Oktaf, 2012)
06 So Sleepy - Early version of what became “For A Morning When” from For Nihon (Unseen Music, 2011)
07 Sketch For February - Sketch, prevoiusly unreleased, 2012
08 Journal (Rough) - Early mix of “Journal” released on Journal 7” (Champion Version, 2011)

Lost & Compiled is a CD that Taylor Deupree has been wanting to make for years and, finally, as part of his 2014 Japan tour (with Illuha, Stephan Mathieu and Federico Durand) it has come to light. The album was debuted at the venues of the tour and in an attempt to keep the release on the quiet side will only receive a small amount of Japanese distribution but otherwise only be available in the 12k shop and not through 12k’s regular distribution channels.

Lost & Compiled is a collection of early mixes of songs from the past few years as well as some previously unreleased works. The concept for the release came from the idea that songs that Deupree writes go through so many permutations that by the time they are released they have left behind a trail of ghosts. Sometimes when he goes back to early and rough mixes of songs he will hear something more relaxed, free, and less perfect... a point in the song’s life where the stress of finishing it or the polish of a “final” mix hasn’t yet taken place.

The songs on this album are just that; tracks in earlier states of completion or entirely different versions that never made the final cut. It’s an interesting look at what gets left behind and buried that are no less powerful, and quite a bit more vulnerable, than the final cuts.

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