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Radio - Alan Freeman - Melting Phase (CDr, Album)

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  1. Electroacoustic Works by Alan Freeman, released 15 August 1. Aurora 2. Bauchmusik 3. Climax 4. Shimmer 5. Slurr 6. Tropic of Capricorn 7. Undertow 8. X-It This collection of electroacoustic works took me a year on and off to complete, a mixture of pieces that "accidentally" just happened and others that were constructed, tweaked and developed over hours and hours of reconstruction and.
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  3. Alan Freeman was to me, the greatest radio presenter ever to operate in the UK. He did what he came here to do which was to revolutionise British radio from the stuffiness that was ingrained within the BBC during the late 50s and early 60s. I adored Fluff's ability to blend Classical music and Rock together in .
  4. Bandcamp index by Auricle Music A.C.F. #1: Time Shift by Alan Freeman Xylem () by Alan Freeman Xylem: Revision by Alan Freeman Xylem: Predator by Alan Freeman Xylem: Elephants Pursued By Flying Men by Alan Freeman Xylem: Dark Corridors by Alan Freeman Mezzosphere by Alan Freeman Xylem (Auricle Archive) by Alan Freeman Melting Phase by Alan Freeman Captured Flux by Alan Freeman .
  5. Alan Freeman - Écoutez Alan Freeman sur Deezer. Avec Deezer, musique en streaming, découvrez plus de 56 millions de titres, créez vos propres playlists, .
  6. Self-taught musical explorer, working in the realms of experimental music, synthesizer, avant-garde, improv. Involved in numerous projects along with his brother Steve Freeman, notably Alto Stratus and the more recent prolific projects: Endgame and Triax (on the Auricle label).
  7. Nov 10,  · Aussie DJ Alan Freeman who was a mainstay of rock on BBC Radio 1 through the 70's, has been mentioned with fond memories by several Brit correspondents recently. Inevitably he went, somebody declared old age and old rock were not part of Radio 1 - alas we never quite got back to that level of adventure on the Beeb.

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