• Mental Home - (Inspired by those terrible mental clinics of past centuries)
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Mental Home

This set of sounds is inspired by those terrible mental clinics of past centuries



Greetings,

Marcus
I think there is always a thin line between reality and fantasy.
Crossing that line is easy
The difficult thing is to return to reality
And stay sane


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Wow! What an interesting piece!

"The main thing is to have a gutsy approach....but use your head." Julia Child

 "In a world of robotic conformity, the only originality left in music is the imperfections" Eric Craptone

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Funny experimental track  @Marcus Nalgaber  - the subject may seem dark but you treat it with surreal humor. The picture in the clip is interesting , all the time I expect something to start moving in it :-)
recommending https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/How_Music_Works "How music works", book by David Byrne.


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Wow! What an interesting piece!

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Funny experimental track  @Marcus Nalgaber  - the subject may seem dark but you treat it with surreal humor. The picture in the clip is interesting , all the time I expect something to start moving in it :-)

This is a work done in 1990.
At that time Mora and I did strange things.
Now we could also continue doing them if we do not suspect that these styles do not like anyone anymore.
Thank you very much for listening and commenting on it  ::thumb:: ::thumb:: ::thumb::


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« Last Edit: May 04, 2019, 23:12:20 by oorlab »
@Marcus Nalgaber  - 1990! Interesting, as a mix it sounds reasonable fresh. Did you record it on tape in 1990 and somewhere along the line digitised it?
I am pretty sure this style remains to be interesting, for experimental musicians.  There is a label from Hamburg
https://soundcloud.com/experimental-label
that might be interested.


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@Marcus Nalgaber  - 1990! Interesting, as a mix it sounds reasonable fresh. Did you record it on tape in 1990 and somewhere along the line digitised it?
I am pretty sure this style remains o be interested, for experimental musicians.  There is a label from Hamburg
https://soundcloud.com/experimental-label
that might be interested.

@oorlab I have a large collection of strange songs from that time and we recorded all that material in our own home studio with the analog multitrack recorder "Tascam MSR-16"
The final mix of the multitrack was done in a DAT
Then we were copying the tapes from DAT to CD Master
In the 90s we were full of illusions to sell our music and we worked a lot at all levels.
It was the time of good New-Age, of world music, etc, etc ...
In short, it was a very good time for hippie musicians who were beginning to become adults
We at that time managed to publish with several record labels
In total there were about 15 or 16 CDs
My artistic name at that time was different from Marcus Nalgaber
Our experience with all the record labels that worked with us was something truly regrettable, of what it is almost better to forget completely.
And finally Mora and I are now two strangers in the musical world
But I assure you that for mental health it is much better to bury all those dreams and realities of the 90s
And live in anonymity which is a place where almost nobody is going to try to cheat you.

POST DATA: My old artistic name I will never say  :no:
Because only I remember it makes me feel pain at all levels...  :lol:


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@Marcus Nalgaber  - thanks for sharing the context from history. Indeed the nineties labels must have been quite daunting for experimental musicians. Lots of sad stories I can imagine. But these days there  quite some non-profit (net)labels - like http://petroglyphmusic.bandcamp.com , https://twitter.com/ProsityRecords and https://twitter.com/FoxFoodRecords.
But who really needs labels? Hoping to hear more from you back catalogue.
Cheers




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