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Oh Wolfie, Oh Wolfie, Ain't You The One
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Born On The Bayou
Have You Ever Seen The Rain 1.0
My mashup of Funkadelic, The Art Of Noise, Black Eyed Peas, Freda Payne and Bob Marley & The Wailers.

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Type: Music - Single Track
Published: 4 years, 7 months ago
Rating: General

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dmfalk
4 years, 7 months ago
AoN's "Crusoe", from In No Sense? Nonsense! ;)

d.m.f.
(Props to Mike Patton for pointing that album to me, back in the day... :) )
LupineAssassin
4 years, 7 months ago
I sampled the "Crusoe" segment from their b-side "Acton Art". ;) I believe "Crusoe" was still a work in progress at that point, not sure.
dmfalk
4 years, 7 months ago
Perhaps, though the styling would further lead to "Island" and "Robinson Crusoe" (different song!), both from Below the Waste, the last Dudley/Jezalik AoN studio album.

d.m.f.
LupineAssassin
4 years, 7 months ago
"Island", "Robinson Crusoe" and "Catwalk" are 3 of my personal AoN faves. "Crusoe" is DEFINITELY another.
dmfalk
4 years, 7 months ago
I didn't care much for "Catwalk"-- I felt Below the Waste, while good, was showing the stress Dudley and Jezalik were having at the time, especially with Ann Dudley's soundtrack work load during that period, plus China Records' falling apart shortly after Waste's release... Their best work were definitely In Visible Silence and In No Sense? Nonsense!, with the latter still holding its own more than a quarter century after as a brilliant work of engineering-- Music today still can't do the same dynamics as that CD! :) Even with the Fat Boys' beatboxing dating it, it still holds up extraordinarily well- A very 21st Century album well before the 21st Century. :)

d.m.f.
LupineAssassin
4 years, 7 months ago
"Into Battle" is still one of the most important releases of the last 50 years. Their sound manipulation and dadaist approach to art influenced Madison Avenue and countless numbers of musicians, including myself.
dmfalk
4 years, 7 months ago
Whether under Horn or Dudley/Jezalik, AoN changed the face (sound?) of music forever, from their work with Yes (Owner of a Lonely Heart) onwards. It's critical in today's electronica sound, especially with artists like Pogo, who have a field day splicing up familiar sounds to near unrecognisability, into whole new musical works of art. :) Even moreso than hiphop, which was Horn's, and AoN's, influence, even back then.

d.m.f.
LupineAssassin
4 years, 7 months ago
I'll never forget the first time I heard AoN: it was a Wednesday afternoon around 4pm and I was listening to WRKS-FM (Kiss-FM New York). They played the original album version of "Beat Box", and it fucking hit me like a truck!
dmfalk
4 years, 7 months ago
Saw the video on USA's Night Flight, exposed clubbers' bouncy boobies and all... :) Excellent track, but it was "Close (To The Edit)" that did it for me, which was the follow-up...

The AoN album that isn't listed as an AoN album is Godley & Creme's History Mix Volume 1-- Dudley and Jezalik did the two megamixes, and Trevor Horn produced "Cry". (There was never a "Volume 2", as the second megamix, only on CD, was to be that "Volume 2"... :) )

d.m.f.
LupineAssassin
4 years, 7 months ago
Also, don't forget Malcolm McLaren's "Duck Rock", along with subsequent releases by the World Famous Supreme Team. Anne's keyboard work on "World Famous" is fantastic, especially the genius way she alternates black and white musical styles.
dmfalk
4 years, 7 months ago
The album that changed hiphop forever. ("Buffalo Gals, round the outside, round the outside, round the outside!") As influential, if not moreso, than Gransmaster Flash's work at the same time.

d.m.f.
LupineAssassin
4 years, 7 months ago
Dare I say the first world music album, too? :)
dmfalk
4 years, 7 months ago
One of the first, at least-- I can think of two that came earlier-- Holger Czukay's Movies (1979), with its primary hit "Persian Love", and Snakeman Show's (Japan) 1981 album Sensou Hentei (No More War), which was the first appearance of Neneh Cherry. (Ironically, that album also has Holger Czukay's "Persian Love"!)

d.m.f.
DOtter
4 years, 7 months ago
Great!
LupineAssassin
4 years, 7 months ago
:D
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