Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Chris Carter - "The Space Between" (Industrial Records IRC32) 1980

Chris Carter was ,of course, the electronics wizard in Throbbing Gristle.And in 1980 he was granted his first solo release on Industrial Records with this cassette only outing.This particular release,consists of several synth/cold wave style instrumental recordings made in the legendary Throbbing Gristle studio.Analogue Heaven.

Track Listing:

1. Beat
2. Outreach
3. Electrodub 1
4. Clouds
5. Reprise
6. Electrodub 2
7. Poptone
8. Slomo
9. Walkabout
10. Maybe
11. Falling
12. Solidit
13. Snap
14. Interloop
15. Resonance

DOWNLOAD from the space between HERE!

7 comments:

Petty Vendetta said...

Wanted to be the first to thank you for your generosity. Really enjoying the Colin Potter and Absolute Body Control cassettes as well...don't always have time to comment, but always make time to listen to your recommendations Jonny. Living it up before we burn it all down.

-PettyV

Jonny Zchivago said...

Thanks for listening mr PV.
I see you at the burning.

ROOKSBY said...

The Space Between was reissued on CD on Mute's Grey Area in the early '90s, but only after some ambiguous remastering & (gasp) re-editing by C.C., so if this is taken from the original tape it's ESSENTIAL. Cheers. :)

Anonymous said...

Fantastic blog, but sadly, you dropped the ball a bit on this one. As the poster above noted, the original cassette would indeed be something to get excited about. This, however, is the subsequently edited CD. : /

Jonny Zchivago said...

Can't catch every ball,but its not about what rare possessions i've got or not got or had.Its the music basically and an ideology that i hope to promote.
Well spotted anyway. ;)

Anonymous said...

Meh. Music stomps ideology into the ground at the end of the day. You should at least change the cover graphic. Truth in advertising, and all that.

Jonny Zchivago said...

Music is ideology,and philosophy.Its the only medium where ideas can be communicated in ways that change people.
The cd cover was crap,and the music is virtually the same with the crapper bits edited out.The truth of giving something away for free is the only truth i understand.
Anyone who says music changes nothing hasn't been awake for much of the last fifty years.