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Artist
Various Artists
ReleaseProduct
Speech After The Removal Of The Larynx
Label
Fantome Phonographique
Catalogue Number
OME1025
Release Date
August 23, 2019

Genres

Part historical curio, part strange sci-fi document, researcher Harm A. Drost set out to investigate the proliferation of artificial voice creation. His findings, completed in 1964, are here compiled in Speech After The Removal Of The Larynx. Re-released many years after the fact, the LP takes on the strange air of the avant-garde, as each track of electronically-assisted burps and in-mouth sounds are interspersed with Drost’s dead-pan observations.

  1. 1 Coloratura Soprano Singer 0:31
  2. 2 Man Without Larynx 0:24
  3. 3 Buccal Speech 0:32
  4. 4 Parabuccal Speech 2:00
  5. 5 Singing Voice 0:47

Track List

  1. Coloratura Soprano Singer (1:03)
  2. Man Without Larynx (0:49)
  3. Buccal Speech (1:04)
  4. Parabuccal Speech (3:39)
  5. Singing Voice (1:35)
  6. Glossopharngeal Speech (0:33)
  7. Frogsound (3:44)
  8. Esophageal Voice (0:33)
  9. Injection: Basic Sound Two Times (0:15)
  10. Basic Sound Of The Esophageal Voice (0:31)
  11. Basic Sound Of The Esophageal Voice, An Octave Lower (0:33)
  12. Esopheageal Voice By Telephone (2:16)
  13. Singing Voice With Larynxphone (2:17)
  14. Pipa Di Tichioni (1:45)
  15. Western Electric (1:26)

Fantome Phonographique

1960s

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Experimental and Noise

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Library and Field Recordings

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Vinyl Reissue

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