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Sous les pieds la terRemixed by Various Artists [Headphonica]

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In 2008 Philippe Baudouin (aka Monsieur Tympan – phonographer) and Alexandre Manzanares (photographer) have produced a sound and photographic documentary about rural world, available on CD, called “Sous les pieds, la terre” (which means “Under the feet, the land”). To realize this project, they have collected sounds and pictures of people and landscapes they’ve met on the road: old country people, kids in garden, sounds of agricultural tools, beauty of mountains… In September 2008, Philippe decided to put online 30 samples of the sounds he recorded and to collaborate with Headphonica to release on their netlabel. With this sound samples, everyone was invented to make his own remix! The idea was to propose people to appropriate these field-recordings and to make a subjective remix. Even if these different sounds come from a very little part of the world (Vaucluse, France), the 80 remixes we’ve received show us the universality of these ones. Here is the result sent by people from all over the world! Enjoy yourself!



Sous les pieds la terRemixed
jopy - missa est (02:15)
Lezet - ecole (03:23)
Pinasv - Bon Jour (03:28)
ThomasV - Partout (02:25)
Worrg - remixetno (04:25)
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katya-oddio on 10/22/10 at 11:10PM
What a marvelous idea! Monsieur Tympan is a brilliant DJ and phonographer, so it only goes to figure he would be involved in such a fascinating project.
headphonica on 10/28/10 at 06:49AM
have you seen this interview (french) recently? - quiet interesting!
katya-oddio on 10/28/10 at 06:16PM

Have you heard the radio shows he did for Ouïedire?

They are archived here -- and lots of fun!
ZaphMann on 03/11/11 at 07:04AM
Panda Paranoico along with Lezet will be going on my play-list for this upcoming week. One wonders why the US scene doesn't produce such variable and interesting noise/industrial/ambient/classical/jazz crossover... I think it's due to the lack of homogeneity in a non-federation, additionally protected by multiple languages and the different musical constructions that occur as a result.
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