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Steamroom 24 by Jim O'Rourke, released 13 February 2016 1. estimate for the damages recorded at Steamroom Tokyo February, 2016 please download the best possible quality. Steamroom 24. by Jim O'Rourke. Streaming + Download. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. 1. estimate for the damages 36:23. recorded at Steamroom Tokyo February, 2016 please download the best possible quality. released February 13, 2016.
Eureka is a 1999 studio album by Jim O'Rourke, originally released on Drag City. It is named after the Nicolas Roeg film of the same name. NME named it the 16th best album of 1999. In 2012, Fact placed it at number 24 on the "100 Best Albums of the 1990s" list. All tracks written by Jim O'Rourke, except where noted. Brian Calvin – backing vocals (1). Jeff Stafford – backing vocals (1).
Most of Jim O’Rourke’s music is not made for you or me. Some of it is: the Wilco and Sonic Youth records he’s played on or produced were certainly meant to have an audience. His collaborative output-scores of releases, many improvised, alongside players like Oren Ambarchi, Keiji Haino, Fennesz-is part of a greater conversation encompassing both players and listeners. Its gentleness is reminiscent of Kevin Drumm’s 2009 album Imperial Horizon, but O’Rourke’s materials are less muted, more clear-cut. It’s hard to say how he made it, but it feels like all the notes in a major scale are fading softly (and perhaps randomly) in and out of earshot, overlapping in such a way that creates a perpetually shifting moiré of cottony harmonies.
Steamroom 36 Album Cover Art. Jim O’Rourke.
For the past few years, enigmatic avant-pop mastermind Jim O’Rourke has been regularly and quietly posting long, sprawling instrumental pieces on his Bandcamp page; he dropped two on us in January. Today, he’s come out with a new collection called Steamroom 33. It includes two longer pieces that O’Rourke contributed to Japanese films over the last few years: One for Wakamatsu Koji’s Kaien Hotel Blue, from 2011, and one from Takashi Makino’s On Generation And Corruption, which is currently making the international film-festival rounds. Stream those two tracks below
Jim O'Rourke - Eureka. Prelude to 110 or 220/Women of the World (0:00) Ghost Ship in a Storm (8:46) Movie on the Way Down (12:41) Through the Night Softly (20:19) Please. All Downhill From Here (0:00) Insignificance (5:00) Therefore, I Am (10:11) Memory Lame (15:05) Good Times (21:02) Get A Room (25:07) Life Goes Off (32:04). Tracklist: 0:00 Fuzzy Sun 2:36 Not Sport, Martial Art 9:28 The Workplace 17:10 Halfway to a Threeway.
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