this edition of framework:ephemera, our occasional series of programs featuring interviews with and selections by invited guests, was recorded in the home and studio of field-recordist, film sound guy, and regular contributor martin clarke. we met martin during a trip to the uk back in the spring, spent a lovely afternoon with tea and caramel bars, and listened to a lot of great recordings. he picked some classics for us, that have been on the show before, but a long, long time ago, like alan lamb‘s incredible telegraph wire recordings, chris watson‘s icelandic glacier time compressions, and jacob kirkegaard‘s sitting in the rooms of chernobyl.
you can find plenty of martin’s past contributions, including several of his own editions of framework:afield, by searching theÂ site for his name, or checking the archives. you can also find his website at http://www.rockscottage.net.
[timeÂ /Â artistÂ /Â trackÂ /Â albumÂ /Â label]
00:00 – 04:45Â /Â martin clarkeÂ /Â framework introduction, recorded in london, uk
11:42 – 30:50Â /Â alan lambÂ /Â primal imageÂ /Â primal imageÂ /Â dorobo
[no web info]
40:06 – 47:40Â /Â martin clarkeÂ /Â watersongÂ /Â slidesÂ /Â oem
46:07 – 50:44Â /Â martin clarkeÂ /Â boatsÂ /Â slidesÂ /Â oem
47:57 – 57:00Â /Â martin clarkeÂ /Â lapseÂ /Â slidesÂ /Â oem