#176: 2007.11.25 [mike hallenbeck]

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this edition of framework:afield was produced in minneapolis, minnesota, usa by mike hallenbeck.  mike says:

This edition of Framework focuses on the output of Wandering Ear, a
Minneapolis-based net label co-curated by Nathan Larson and Mike
Hallenbeck (the latter of whom assembled this broadcast). The sounds lead
us across the planet– from a mosque in Istanbul, to the coast of
Australia, to a salt mine in Romania, to the rain forest of Brazil. Also
featured are a couple of offerings from “Melt: Minnesota Remixed”, a
collection of works derived from tracks on Wandering Ear’s debut release
“Thaw: Field Recordings from Minnesota” (aired previously on Framework).


All of these tracks (plus plenty else) are available for free mp3 download
from http://wanderingear.com.

Surf / Lori Beckstead and Dave Rose / Winanga-li: Australian Soundscapes

Friarbirds / Lori Beckstead and Dave Rose / Winanga-li: Australian Soundscapes

Frogs / Lori Beckstead and Dave Rose / Winanga-li: Australian Soundscapes

Parade / Lori Beckstead and Dave Rose / Winanga-li: Australian Soundscapes

Blue Mosque Fajr (excerpt) / Matthew Sansom / Sacralizing Space

The Office (excerpt) / Annie Baxter / Thaw: Field Recordings from Minnesota

Modified Work Environment (for Annie Baxter) / Autistici / Melt: Minnesota Remixed

Subterranean Salt Echoes (excerpt) / C. Fieldechoes / Subterranean Salt Echoes

Niche / Greg Hooper / Melt: Minnesota Remixed

Horchata (Michael Palace) / Tapajos National Forest (excerpt) / Tapajos National Forest

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