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this edition of framework:afield has been produced in the uk by mark harwood, usuing recordings he made in chile in 2019. for more of mark and his work, see http://penultimatepress.com. producer’s notes:

Anarchy in Chile (2019)

When experimental artist Mark Harwood was invited to perform a series of shows in Chile and Argentina in October 2019 it was by chance his arrival coincided with Chile’s largest uprising since the end of the dictatorship. This radio show attempts to explain what happened (is still happening) there via a vast array of diverse field recordings of the protests and casual conversation with new friends.

Produced and presented by Mark Harwood

Featuring Ivan Daguer, Osvaldo Sotomayor, Diego Hernández aka el Lider, Tomás Salvatierra and Pandelindio. Special thanks to Alvaro Daguer and Maria Morales.

Track 1  Violeta Parra  – Que dirá el santo Padre / What will the Holy Father say (1965)

Lyrics

Look how they talk about freedom
When they really deprive us from there
Look how they proclaim tranquility
When we are tormented by authority
What will the holy father say
Who lives in rome
That they are slaughtering him
To his pigeons
Look how they talk to us about paradise When rains rain like hail
Look at the enthusiasm with the sentence Knowing that they were killing innocence What will the holy father say
Who lives in rome
That they are slaughtering him
To his pigeons
He who officiates death as an executioner Quiet is having your breakfast
Wheat planted
I water with your blood Julian Grimao
What will the holy father say
Who lives in rome
That they are slaughtering him
To his dove
The more injustice, Mr. Prosecutor
More strength my soul has to sing
With this they put the rope around their neck The sixth commandment has no seal
What will the holy father say
Who lives in rome
That they are slaughtering him
To his dove

Track 2  Los Jaivas –  Cacho (1971)

Track 3  Los Jaivas  – Bolerito (1971)

patrick 2020, framework:afield

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