L. Pierre - 1948 album FLAC
These samples from the original 1948 release were all ripped from YouTube, the biggest free music streaming platform in the world. I want to release the album as you have it right now: a vinyl-only LP, no digital whatsoever – indeed, upon the release date, I want to delete all the digital source files and any online promo streams we might do (we’ll have to advertise it in some way, of course). And on top of that, I want to release it with no sleeve. the album is sold naked, without any sleeve whatsoever.
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In stock now for same day shipping. Home nic . Melodic. Format: limited heavyweight vinyl LP Cat: MELO 110 Released: 26 Apr 17 Genre: nic.
B11948 (Part 2). L. Pierre. Melodic Item No: 529268. Vinyl LP 2017, UK – Original New. 16,99 €. Incl. VAT plus Shipping Costs. In Stock Standard shipping 1-2 business days. This is the final . ieree album, released on vinyl only, that does not even comes in a sleeve. No sleeve, not digital version will protect this music from the processes of decay, which is deeply rooted both in . ierre's sound aesthetics as it is in the format of a vinyl record.
But it's time to say goodbye with his fifth offering 1948–, and round off the project with a fitting end. Nathan Milstein’s version of Mendelssohn's Violin Concerto in E minor by the New York Philharmonic Orchestra in 1948 was the first 12" LP ever pressed. Here Moffat has lifted the recording in its entirety from YouTube, reimagining the piece through a warped manipulation of short samples to create an unsettling but bonnie beast.
Y'know, I stared writing a conceit to match this conceit. Release Date: Apr 28, 2017 Record label: Melodic Genre(s): 80 Music Critic Score How the Music Critic Score works. Read text version . 1948- - Very Good, Based on 3 Critics. 80. Y'know, I stared writing a conceit to match this conceit. A record to eulogize both Aidan Moffat's L Pierre project and vinyl itself in one fell swoop? Well, why not also eulogize a fictional dead uncle who kept ten copies of the same naked record, and whose niece finds them each labeled by the year of their 'death'?
The last album ever from L. There is no digital at all. Limited to 500 Copies. Genre UK & EU. Released 28/04/17.
- Manufactured By – GZ Media – 148932E
NotesAll samples from Mendelssohn's Concerto In E Minor by Nathan Milstein were ripped from YouTube by L. Pierre.
(That particular record is considered to be the very first 33 1/3rpm long-playing 12” record in history, released in 1948, explaining also the title of this album "1948 - ").
Second pressing. Quantity unknown. This is the retail version that does not include the facsimile letter. It can be downloaded from the label website though.
The first pressing was numbered and sold out before being even released.
The second pressing is identical and appeared a few weeks after the initial batch. Pre-ordered copies from the label also included the facsimile letter, but were not numbered.
Vinyl comes without any sleeve.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 5060168041159
- Matrix / Runout (Side A - stamped): 148932E1/B
- Matrix / Runout (Side B - stamped): 148932E2/B
|MELO 110||L. Pierre*||1948 - (LP, Album, Ltd, Num)||Melodic||MELO 110||UK||2017|
|MELO 110||L. Pierre*||1948 - (LP, Album, Ltd, RP)||Melodic||MELO 110||UK||2017|