SubVersion presents: Greg Haines & Alexander Thomas - Friday 28th May 2010

Shiva Wrote:Big up Muttley, really enjoyed the show.


Thank you Mike for organising this and your family for being such wonderful hosts.

Lovely to have you Shiva. Thanks a lot for the kind words. Seeing you again since we met on New Year's in 2007 was a great pleasure. Smile

Pictures for the absent and memories crew (can someone rotate the last and help me resize these? Oops):

Shiva Wrote:Alexander Thomas - When he first started playing I was a bit unsure whether this was just some guy layering up loops with peddles. But as his performance progressed a story of evolving soundscapes that represented different feelings started to emerge. It actually felt like a war. His control on the Theremin was excellent.

Alexander using the Theremin: (waiting for resize on every picture)

Was so happy to be able to catch this show. Great to meet statto, thushura, and shiva..And adist again.. Grin
Mick again good work on putting it all together!!!

Annastay Wrote:Was so happy to be able to catch this show. Great to meet statto, thushura, and shiva..And adist again.. Grin
Mick again good work on putting it all together!!!

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This feels a long long time ago now. And for the time period soon after, I heard or saw nothing from Greg. But he's back with a film scores mix for Fluid Radio this week:

Greg Haines Wrote:Here is a small mix of film music that I compiled without too much of a plan or concept – I just looked through my shelves of music one dark and rainy afternoon and let the music find me.

There are pieces from some of my favourite movies, some from movies I have never seen, and even one from a movie that I saw and didn’t even like – but the soundtrack is great! Some people find it strange that I sometimes buy soundtracks without ever having seen the film, but in making this mix I began to see the purpose – Greg Haines


Erik Enocksson - The Lingering Procession (Farväl Falkenberg)
Neil Young – Theme from Dead Man (Dead Man)
Ry Cooder – I Knew These People (Paris, Texas)
Thomas Newman – Any Other Name (American Beauty)
Kristin Asbjørnsen – On the Bus (Factotum)
Ayub Ogada – Kothbiro (The Constant Gardener)
Gustavo Santaolalla – Deportation (Babel)
Zbigniew Preisner – Van Den Budenmayer Concerto En Mi Minuer (La Double Vie de Veronique)
Francois Tetaz - Abysmal Horizon (Wolf Creek)
Michael Andrews – Time Travel (Donnie Darko)
Peter Broderick – In the Valley Itself (Confluence)
Nine Inch Nails – A Warm Place (Natural Born Killers)
Craig Armstrong – Hanging (Plunkett and Macleane)
Beck/Jon Brion – Everybody’s Gotta Learn Sometime (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind)
Philip Glass – Organic (Koyaanisqatsi)

Films included are:

Farval Falkenberg
Dead Man
Paris, Texas
American Beauty
The Constant Gardener
La Double Vie de Veronique
Wolf Creek
Donnie Darko
Natural Born Killers
Plunkett and Macleane
Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind

There's been some supplementary reviews and a comment on the Backdoor Broadcasting site (who have recorded Brian Eno, amongst other luminaries)

Great memories

(8th November 2017, 17:34)Muttley Wrote: Great memories

Ah yeah this was a good night for sure, glad to have made the journey Smile

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