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Peter Becker - Ambivalent Scale - Tape Recordings 1979-1981 [Limited Edition] (2013)

6-11-2014, 14:30
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Peter Becker - Ambivalent Scale - Tape Recordings 1979-1981 [Limited Edition] (2013)

Artist: Peter Becker
Title Of Album: Ambivalent Scale - Tape Recordings 1979-1981
Year Of Release: 2013
Label: Vinyl-on-Demand / VOD115.3
Genre: Minimal Synth, New Wave, Electro
Total Time: 37:47 min
Format: FLAC (tracks, vinyl)
Quality: Lossless
Total Size: 159 mb

Peter Becker is one half of famous Eyeless in Gaza. In 1979/80 Peter Becker and Martyn Bates formed their own label called Ambivalent Scale Recordings in order to release their own music as well as projects of friends like Kevin Harrison or Bron Area. Peter released two Solo-Tapes called ''They brought the Statosphere'' (ASR04) and By Train to the Coast (ASR10, which also found release on Ian Dobson's Flowmotion Label) Peters recordings from those two Solo-Tapes contain a wide variety from athmospheric and melodic compositions in style of Eyeless in Gaza to more abstract and minimal-electro-tunes. This Lp-collection with 20 recordings has been compiled from those 2 Tape-Releases in addition to previously unreleased material from one-off cassettes sent out to people that wrote to Peter Becker at the end of the seventies/ start of the eighties. Hand numbered edition of 500 copies.


A1 Drum Avant 7
A2 Music For Playgrounds
A3 Faces In The Dark
A4 Eyes Blink (Disco Mix)
A5 Music For The Italian Tourist Board
A6 Forch Funk
A7 Veil (PB Version)
A8 Eyes Blink (Version)
A9 Spider Noise / Ant Noise
A10 By Train To The Coast
A11 Arabesque
B1 Ukrainian Stained Glass
B2 Voyage Across
B3 We Can’t Break The Spell
B4 Aborigine Spirit Dance
B5 Loneliness Disco
B6 Ukrainian Church
B7 Winter Glide
B8 Transatlantic Flight
B9 Distance

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