Mix number three is dominated by Christoph Heemann and his brother Andreas Martin. Heemann’s 2010 re-issue of The Rings of Saturn is currently available from Robot Records, and my review of it is posted over at Brainwashed. I’ve listened to that record at least 20 times in the last month, probably more. Organum’s “Iuel” also features the talents of Mr. Heemann, though I don’t know to what extent.
In addition, I’ve included a pair of Heemann/Martin tracks from the 2xCD compilation, Lebenserinnerungen eines Lepidopterologen, which was also released by Robot last year. According to the website, both records are still available.
Download link is below. Thanks for listening!
- The Cramps, “New Kind of Kick” from Bad Music for Bad People (1984)
- The Saints, “Know Your Product” from Eternally Yours (1978)
- John Fahey, “In Christ There Is No East or West” from The Legend of Blind Joe Death (1996) – recorded in 1967
- H.N.A.S., “Nüchtern Fahren, Sicher Ankommen” from Lebenserinnerungen eines Lepidopterologen (2010) – comp originally released in 1999, track first appeared on Als Der Morgen Kam in 1988
- Pink Floyd, “Let There Be More Light” from A Saucerful of Secrets (1968)
- Christoph Heemann, “Untitled 2” from The Rings of Saturn (2010) – originally released in 2008
- Organum, “Iuel” from Vacant Lights/Rara Avis (2004) – originally released on Iuel/Wolf 7″ in 1990, features Christoph Heemann
- Windy & Carl, “Lighthouse” from Drawing of Sound (1996)
- Christoph Heemann & Andreas Martin, “… Und Schritt Rücklings Ins Wasser, Der Aussicht Wegen” from Lebenserinnerungen eines Lepidopterologen (2010) – comp originally released in 1999, track previously unreleased
- Jack Rose, “Tree in the Valley” from Luck in the Valley (2010)