Tuesday, January 01, 2013

Dream's Servants Mix

A Sound Awareness is delighted to present this enchanting little audio collage by Jeremy Novak [ one half of 'strange pop' duo Dymaxion ]. Hopefully this wonderful collection of 'spectral pop' and 'haunted folk musique' will help soothe a few aching heads this morning. Again, many thanks to Jeremy for taking the time to assemble such a beautifully woven mix! Hope you all have happy new ears in 2013! 

Dream's Servants Mix

1. Walter Franco - Muito Todo
2. Simon Park Orchestra - Dawn to Dusk
3. Les Masques - Dis Nous Quel est Le Chemin
4. Brigitte Fontaine & Jacques Higelin - Maman J'ai Peur
5. Ronald Stein - Moon Rock Ad Talk
6. Barbara - Regardez Les Regard Des Hommes
7. Scotty McKay - Black Cat
8. Lill Lindfors - Grimasch Om Morgonen
9. Collage - Dream's Servants
10. Skaldowie - Cala Jestes w Skowronkach
11. Lincoln Mayorga - Love Rach
12. The Open Window - 4 a.m., June, The Sky Was Green
13. The West Coast Workshop - Ode to Jackie, Dorothy and Alyce 
14. Zanagoria - Cancrizzante in Ritmo
15. Eric Framond - Klaxon No. 1
16. Alexander Gradsky - Tanya, Tanyusha
17. Alwin Nikolais - Eruptions & Evolvements
18. Luis Bacalov - Voci Nella Citta Delle Donne
19. Peter Garland - Apple Blossom

8 comments:

dispo said...

Amazing mix! A great way to start the year. Happy New Year!

A Sound Awareness said...

Cheers Raffael!

Joe Prairie said...

I've always cherished that Walter Franco song... I first heard it in a radio show Tim Gane and someone else (Jeremy Novak?) co-hosted. I never found the source for this particular version though. Walter Franco re-recorded that song a bit later in his career and that's the version you most commonly find on the net... Any help?

A Sound Awareness said...

Hi Joe, I emailed Jeremy and he said - "That track is from a Som Livre compilation I picked up in Brazil, it has a generic looking sleeve and it's not on any of his albums. I was lucky enough to find a copy at a street market in Sao Paulo, and would never have known of the track if I hadn't been hipped by a record shop owner I was befriended by (Baratos Afins is the shop).
And I was indeed the co-host of that radio show with Tim, so that makes sense. "

Joe Prairie said...

Wow! Mystery solved, thanx a million! This track really blew my mind when Jeremy first played it on that radio show. I've been looking for the info ever since...
The hunt for the record is on!
Thanks for getting me into Walter Franco's music.

The mix is really great btw.

A Sound Awareness said...

Glad to be of help, good luck finding the record.

Steven Brent said...

Jeremy's a beautiful man, and this is a beautiful mix!

A Sound Awareness said...

Glad you liked it Steven.