Monday, May 24, 2021

Dream Weapons present: TREMBLEMENT C90

An almost identical version of this was originally posted elsewhere in 2014. The link has been dead for years and I think it deserves to be available. I had actually lost my own version, so I had to remake it from scratch.

-I just wanted the cover to have a similar feel as some of those strange 1970's films and books that Ben at Toys and Techniques used to present back in the days. Tremblement translates into something like tremor or trembling. It felt like the perfect name for a slightly pretentious, long forgotten arthouse obscurtity as well as describing the deep quivering bass-rumbles that dominates this mixtape. Everything from avantgarde, garage-rock, 20th century classical, library-grooves, psychedelic backwards-singing and jazz of all sorts here -Moahaha

1. A. Linstaedt - Pounding City
2. Guido & Mauritzio De Angelis - Salt Lake Feelings
3. Mark Fry - Rethorb Ym No Hcram
4. Kim Kristensen - Klædt i Stillhet
5. Francois Rabbath - L'Odyssee D'Eau (edit)
6. Nico Fidenco - Pastorale #2
7. Victoria De Los Angeles (Maurice Ravel) - L'Enigme Eternelle
8. Guy Pedersen & Raymond Guiot - Indian Pop Bass
9. Peter Thomas - Escape From The Camp
10. Richard Davis - The Rabbi
11. Nils Økland - Straum
12. Ennio Morricone/Gruppo di Improvvisazione Nuova Consonanza - Ritorno All'Inzio
13. Aart Brouwer - He Pssst
14. Byard Lancaster feat. Sonny Sharrock - Satan

15. A. Linstaedt - Hell For Leather
16. Long Orme - Arboc
17. Don Gere - Werewolves On Wheels (end theme)
18. The Creepniks - Zombie Stomp
19. Bruno Nicolai - E 444
20. Paul Motian - Tuesday Ends Saturday
21. Stelvio Cipriani - The Run In The Alley
22. Lena Nyman & Rune Andersson - Turandot
23. Gerardo Iacouuci & H. Caige - Revolte
24. Lesiman - Furia
25. Peter Frohmader/Nekropolis - Unendliche Qual
26. M.Nomiized - Enfant Mort
27. Trollmann Av Ildtoppberg - The Dreamshadows
28. J.F Jenny Clark - Ozone

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10 comments:

  1. Thanks a lot!!! for another comp!!!
    I always enjoy them
    Cheers

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    1. Boy, that was quick - thanks Il Commendatore!

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  2. U R the best!! Thanks again

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    1. Glad to hear from you Alex and that you're still enjoying our mixtapes! (if you are the same Alex who has commented here before. Glad to hear from you if you're a different Alex too:)

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  3. So beautiful. Your selections are a parte of my life's soundtrack. Sometimes i do my own playlists with them, other stay as they are, but in any case i've spent hours, days and weeks with all that stuff, so thanks. If you come to Madrid you'll always have a good bottle of wine waiting to be opened for you.

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    1. Thanks for letting me know! It means a lot. The way tell me you sometimes make your own playlists from these, is the main reason I keep insisting on sharing my selections as seperate mp3's (in addition to streaming). If I ever come back to wonderful Madrid, I'll be sure to leave a comment here to let you know:)

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  4. The only artist's I recognised on your latest opus was Ennio & Bruno, but I can't resist any review that contains the phrase "deep quivering". Thanks for the ride.

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    1. Sounds good to me, as my main aim really is to present an attractive package of "the great unheard".
      -and you're welcome:)

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