February 4, 2006

Four Measures Of Fury update...

by Chris Randall

Since it's been inquired by several people, here is an MP3 of the full track of Enoch Light's "Pass And I'll Call You." I assume it was named after the phrase his A&R guy uttered when he heard it. This song is, in a word, tragic.

Also, if you missed it in the comments, effects are fine. Resynthesis is fine. Anything is fine as long as the result is 153bpm, four measures long, and only uses the original source material.




Feb.04.2006 @ 4:40 PM
Yikes! Where hippy met Lawrence Welk. More ass-tastic than expected.

Feb.04.2006 @ 5:26 PM
Chris Randall
Well, you can't say I didn't warn you.



Feb.04.2006 @ 7:47 PM
Suit & Tie Guy


my intelligent dnb remix of this track is going to be at least as good as anythiing Makato put out on Good Looking. just wait and see ...

thanks for giving me this track Chris. what album is it from?


Feb.04.2006 @ 7:53 PM
Suit & Tie Guy
is it kosher if the tempo is an even-integer multiple or division of 153 bpm?

Feb.04.2006 @ 8:00 PM
Chris Randall
Oh, double that shit up, by all means, or half-time, or whatever. As long as the resulting file you give me is the same length as a 153 bpm 4-measure song. So if you go to half time, you're only going to get two measures to have your say. Conversly, going to double will give you 8 tasty measures, which is 1/5 a whole song, practically. (Of course, it'll be at 306 bpm, which is a pretty fair clip by anyone's standards.)

As for the song, it comes from squat in the middle of one the worst Space Age Bachelor Pad albums of all time, Enoch Light's Permissive Polyphonics (Project 3 records.) To be avoided at all costs.



Feb.05.2006 @ 9:21 AM
Wade Alin
cool idea, here you go -

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Feb.07.2006 @ 3:31 PM
i'm a bigger fan of enoch light's _persuasuve percussion_-styled records than this more obvious "switched on" cashcow, but seriously, man. this cut rocks. cheers.



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