An Evening With Scott Walker & Friends (d/y ethereal radio broadcast #110)

Posted by Archive Registrar | Thu Jul 30th 2009 12:57 p.m.


Only when the voice is tied to timbre does it reveal a tessitura that renders it heterogenous to itself and gives it a power of continuous variation: it is then no longer accompanied, but truly "machined," it belongs to a musical machine that prolongs or superposes on a single plane parts that are spoken, sung, achieved by special effects, instrumental, or perhaps electronically generated.
(Gilles & Felix)

Give us your lips
Give us your thighs
Give us your sad & devouring eyes
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