Sunday, July 15, 2007

The ignorance of the 90s (Part 6).

At last, me old fruitcakes, I can tell you, the PC problem seems to be fixed, after buying a TFT widescreen monitor and changing the face of the working place.

The next artist I'll present you today was born in 1960 in Croydon in England. She began releasing records in 1982, and she was very successful in the 80s. She mainly is a spoken word artist, but she also plays piano and occasionally accompanies herself, with piano and voice mixing in a somewhat atypical 'New Wave style'. Many of her lyrics deal critically with the imperfections of humanity, everyday life, and politics. Especially in her early works she has created a gloomy, melancholy kind of atmosphere bordering on Weltschmerz.

Now the song I introduce you was originally released in 1984, being her "theme song" in the following years. I used to realize a dub version of the 1993 version according to the fact, that she is a poetry. This now is a poem without words dedicated to all poets of the world. ENJOY! Floyd Anderson.

Here is the info:

ANNE CLARK - Our Darkness (Main Mix)
(chronovisor mix v1.0 - The Final Dub Version) [1992]
music file


Cygnet Committee said...

Nice one! I like the first minute especially - reminds me a little bit of Kraftwerk and Tangerine Dream.

Floyd Anderson / chronovisor said...

Thanks - glad you like it!