In volume 4 of the T&T show I play a lot of tapes and hardly say a word.
You will hear longer or shorter bits
from the Fyta and UskÃ© Orchestra split tape
released by noise-below;
Wise words from The Teachings of Zen Master Dogen,
dREÃ gÃ¤nn’s Undine (released by Lonktaar).
From the Montreal Tape Run (staaltape/crustacÃ©s tapes)
I play Martin TetrÃ©ault and Nicolas Dion.
Split – a tape released by galerie West, Den Haag,
has Gregory Whitehead and Jack Sutton on it; you hear them.
An issue of Glissando was dedicated to Tape,
and came with a free tape,
called Sounds of Deep Poland;
I play longer parts from side A (Ambient).
You hear words from the tape Make The Most Of Your Time,
issued in 1971 by the Chamber of Commerce of the U.S.A.
The Audiozine #2 Diktat in America (staaltape) gets some sounds in as well.
And so does the French duo Femme,
their tape released by Tanzprocesz.
Ben Roberts comes along with a longer extract
from his cassette Eclectiktronik EP-1,
released on his own label eclectiktronik.
Italo-disco was on this tape that
I found in an ex-car radio/cassette-player.
With the pitch up it sounds great.
It got accompanied by a pitched down Bollywood tape
called Dill se… by Mani Ratnam.
Here and there you will hear songs from a private tape,
labelled The Christmas Collection,
and Debussy gets some airtime as well.