Iain Sinclair - Stone Tape Shuffle mp3 download
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|A1||Nicholas Hawksmoor, His Churches|
|A2||In The Surgery Of The Sun|
|A3||The Wheel Of His Days, Hanged Man/Reversed, If The Bodies Are Empty, Sickeness Return|
|A4||Riverside Opportunities (Part IX)|
|A5||Riverside Opportunities (Part VIII)|
|B1||Nicholas Hawksmoor, His Churches, Chapter 3|
Voice – Brian Catling
|B4||Hand & Hyle Ascending: Narrative Track, Hand & Hyle: Declining|
|B5||Kotope: Down The Clerkenwell Corridor (Part 2), Kotope The Manner Of His Dying: Six Arabs On The Doorstep|
- Copyright (c) – Test Centre Publications LLP
- Design – David S. Blanco
- Executive-producer – Jess Chandler, Will Shutes
- Mastered By – Dallas Simpson
- Photography By [Original Photography] – Max Colson
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Dan Scott
NotesRecorded on 21 November 2011 at St Anne's Limehouse (A1, A2, A3), King Edward Memorial Park (A4), Wapping Old Stairs (A5), St George-in-the-East (B1), Cable Street/Cannon Street Road crossroads (B1), Cannon Street Road (B2), Altab Ali Park (B1, B3), and Bunhill Fields Burial Ground (B4, B5).
Tracks A1 and A2 contain material from The Lud Heat Tapes , courtesy of Paul Green.
Tracks B1 & B3 feature a recording of the launch reading of White Chappell Scarlet Tracings on 6 February 1987, from the author's archive. Track B1 also contains material from Swandown, a Fly Film production of a work by Andrew Kötting and Iain Sinclair, courtesy of Andrew Kötting.
Track B4 samples The Cardinal and the Corpse , by Chris Petit and Iain Sinclair.
Track B4 also uses a live recording of 'Jerusalem', written by William Blake and Hubert Parry, from the Royal Albert Hall in 1928.
Track B5 features the song as sung by Rufus John c.1925.
Released in an edition of 400 copies, of which 26 have a special insert.
Thanks to John Conway and Russell Beecher at Essential Works, Jon Beecher, Matthew Beaumont, and Mark Pilkington at Strange Attractor Press.