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'''Live @ ATP''' is a collection of the songs played during the performance of [[Boards of Canada]] at the 2001 [[wikipedia:All Tomorrow's Parties|All Tomorrow's Parties]]. Although unofficial and never released by Boards of Canada, they can be found widely on file-sharing networks in their complete form. As with all of their current live work, the collection includes songs that had never before been released and were unnamed.
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'''Live @ ATP''' was a collection of the songs played during the perfomance of [[Boards of Canada]] at the 2001 [[wikipedia:All Tomorrow's Parties|All Tomorrow's Parties]]. Although unofficial and never released by Boards of Canada, they can be found widely on file-sharing networks in the complete form. As with all of their current live work, the collection includes songs that had never before been released and were unnamed.
  
 
All Tomorrow's Parties is an annual music festival.  The 2001 edition, curated by [[wikipedia:Tortoise (band)|Tortoise]], took place at [[wikipedia:Camber Sands|Camber Sands]] Holiday Centre, New Lydd Road, Camber Rye, East Sussex from April 6 through April 8.  Boards of Canada performed on April 7th.
 
All Tomorrow's Parties is an annual music festival.  The 2001 edition, curated by [[wikipedia:Tortoise (band)|Tortoise]], took place at [[wikipedia:Camber Sands|Camber Sands]] Holiday Centre, New Lydd Road, Camber Rye, East Sussex from April 6 through April 8.  Boards of Canada performed on April 7th.
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==Tracks==
 
==Tracks==
  
# "[[Echus]]"<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (6:23)
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# [[Echus]]<sup>2</sup> &ndash; (6:23)
# [[ATP-02|Unknown]]<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (7:32)
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# [[ATP-02|Unknown]]<sup>2</sup> &ndash; (7:32)
# "[[ATP-03|Unknown]]"<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (1:26)
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# "[[A is to B as B is to C]]"<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (1:26)
# "[[Sunshine Recorder]]"<sup>2</sup> &ndash; (6:29)
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# "[[Sunshine Recorder]]"<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (6:29)
 
# "[[Sixtyten]]" &ndash; (5:51)  
 
# "[[Sixtyten]]" &ndash; (5:51)  
# [[ATP-06|Unknown]]<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (1:44)
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# [[ATP-06|Unknown]]<sup>2</sup> &ndash; (1:44)
# [[ATP-07|Unknown]]<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (8:26)
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# [[ATP-07|Unknown]]<sup>2</sup> &ndash; (8:26)
# "[[Julie And Candy]]"<sup>2</sup> &ndash; (6:14)
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# "[[Julie and Candy]]"<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (6:14)
# [[ATP-09|Unknown]]<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (1:30)
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# [[ATP-09|Unknown]]<sup>2</sup> &ndash; (1:30)
 
# "[[Happy Cycling]]" &ndash; (7:55)
 
# "[[Happy Cycling]]" &ndash; (7:55)
# "[[ATP-11|Unknown]]"<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (0:46)
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# "[[A is to B as B is to C]]"<sup>1</sup> &ndash; (0:46)
# "[[In a Beautiful Place out in the Country (song)|In A Beautiful Place Out In The Country]]" &ndash; (5:46)
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# "[[In a Beautiful Place Out in the Country (song)|In a Beautiful Place Out in the Country]]" &ndash; (5:46)
  
<sup>1</sup>: Unreleased as of current date<br>
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<sup>1</sup>: Not yet released at date of performance<br>
<sup>2</sup>: Not yet released at date of performance
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<sup>2</sup>: Unreleased as of current date
 
=== Notes ===
 
=== Notes ===
Track 1 was revealed as "Echus" when a snippet was featured in the 2009 [[wikipedia:All Tomorrow's Parties (2009 film)|All Tomorrow's Parties]] documentary.<ref>https://www.twoism.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=5528</ref><br>
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==== Track 1 ====
Track 3 is essentially the same piece used by [[wikipedia:Chris Cunningham|Chris Cunningham]] in [[Quiet|the Telecom Italia ad "Quiet"]], and is often mislabelled as "[[A Is To B As B Is To C]]".<br>
 
Track 6 was used exclusively as a loop on the [[Boards of Canada]] webpage circa 2000 and 2001. See the [[[email protected]_ATP#Web Loops|web loops]] video below.<br>
 
Track 11 is also often mislabelled as "[[A Is To B As B Is To C]]".
 
  
== Images ==
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This track is relatively slow-paced when compared to the rest of the brothers discography. It feautures deep, warm sounding synths that are played very slowly and segue into each other.
<gallery>
 
ATP 2001 Greg Neate.jpg
 
BOC-live-08.jpg
 
BOC-live-05.jpg
 
BOC-live-07.jpg
 
BOC-live-09.jpg
 
BOC-live-19.jpg
 
BOC-live-06.jpg
 
  
</gallery>
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A portion of this track was included in the ''All Tomorrows Parties'' film, released in 2009.  The credits give the title as "Echus".
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==== Track 3 ====
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This track is essentially the same piece used by Chris Cunningham in the Telecom Italia Ad featuring Leonardo Dicaprio.
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==== Track 6 ====
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This track was used exclusively as a loop on the Boards of Canada webpage circa 2000 and 2001. It can now be found [http://img385.imageshack.us/my.php?image=childrenxt3.swf here].
  
 
== Recordings ==
 
== Recordings ==
A recording of Julie & Candy from the set, seemingly made direct from the soundboard, has also surfaced via YouTube. An attendee to ATP has said the video actually contains the same visuals projected/shown in the performance shown below [http://www.twoism.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=136034#136034]. The song was posted by user [http://www.youtube.com/user/AtalantaFugiens AtalantaFugiens]. The source for the audio and video is unknown, but the video is on the favorites list of the [http://www.youtube.com/boardsofcanada official BoC YouTube account].
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Recordings from this concert was never released.  However, an audience bootleg from the show is widely available on mp3Unfortunately, the quality is low, with heavy distortion in the lower frequencies.  
  
{{#widget:YouTube|id=h-y8HNhJkyM}}
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A recording of Julie & Candy from the set, seemingly made direct from the soundboard has also surfaced via YouTube. The audio is on a [url=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h-y8HNhJkyM]fan video[/url] for the song posted by user AtalantaFugiens. The source for the audio is unknown.
  
 
=== jbible ===
 
=== jbible ===
Recordings from this concert were never released.  However, an audience bootleg from the show is widely available on mp3.  Unfortunately, the quality is low, with heavy distortion in the lower frequencies.
 
 
https://mega.nz/#F!TKwTQAiC!hNSLbVUEj_46CqPEwF_TdA!WPhhRCID
 
 
 
On December 6, 2004, in the [[WATMM]] thread "[http://72.14.207.104/search?q=cache:JLS3YY425rcJ:forum.watmm.com/index.php%3Fshowtopic%3D11845%26view%3Dold+%22Aphex+Twin%22+ATP+%2Bsite:forum.watmm.com&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=7&client=firefox-a Aphex Twin @ ATP]", [http://forum.watmm.com/index.php?showuser=447 jbible] mentioned that he was the one who had recorded [[Boards of Canada|BoC]]'s performance.  He provided some additional information about the recording:
 
On December 6, 2004, in the [[WATMM]] thread "[http://72.14.207.104/search?q=cache:JLS3YY425rcJ:forum.watmm.com/index.php%3Fshowtopic%3D11845%26view%3Dold+%22Aphex+Twin%22+ATP+%2Bsite:forum.watmm.com&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=7&client=firefox-a Aphex Twin @ ATP]", [http://forum.watmm.com/index.php?showuser=447 jbible] mentioned that he was the one who had recorded [[Boards of Canada|BoC]]'s performance.  He provided some additional information about the recording:
  
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=== terekhova ===
 
=== terekhova ===
On July 4, 2009, a new user named terekhova [http://www.twoism.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=92176#92176 came forth] on the [[Twoism forum]] with a partial recording he made at this show.  While this recording consist of only two tracks, it has significantly better sound quality.
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On July 4, 2009, a new user named terekhova [http://www.twoism.org/forum/viewtopic.php?p=92536 came forth] on the [[Twoism forum]] with a partial recording he made at this show.  While this recording consist of only two tracks, it has significantly better sound quality.
 
 
https://mega.nz/#F!TKwTQAiC!hNSLbVUEj_46CqPEwF_TdA!jehGEKQZ
 
  
 
==== Track listing ====
 
==== Track listing ====
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* Equipment
 
* Equipment
 
** "It was a tiny Stereo Electret mic borrowed from a mate. I'd brought a bigger Sony minidisc mic along to that ATP but it was a little obvious and his smaller microphone was easier to hide. I think it was an Aiwa mic that came with his MD recorder (something like [http://www.minidisc.org/images/aiwa_amf90.jpg this one])."
 
** "It was a tiny Stereo Electret mic borrowed from a mate. I'd brought a bigger Sony minidisc mic along to that ATP but it was a little obvious and his smaller microphone was easier to hide. I think it was an Aiwa mic that came with his MD recorder (something like [http://www.minidisc.org/images/aiwa_amf90.jpg this one])."
 
== Videos ==
 
=== Complete Recording ===
 
{{#widget:YouTube|id=Jm1BjJNd3JU}}
 
 
=== Web Loops ===
 
{{#widget:YouTube|id=Y6_FlG27Amo}}
 
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==
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* [http://www.efestivals.co.uk/festivals/alltomorrowsparties/2001/ Original ATP 2001 site] (defunct)
 
* [http://www.efestivals.co.uk/festivals/alltomorrowsparties/2001/ Original ATP 2001 site] (defunct)
 
* [http://archive.bibalex.org/web/20010508111929/http://alltomorrowsparties.co.uk/boards/boardsofcanada/ ATP Message Board: Boards of Canada Forum]
 
* [http://archive.bibalex.org/web/20010508111929/http://alltomorrowsparties.co.uk/boards/boardsofcanada/ ATP Message Board: Boards of Canada Forum]
* [[WATMM]]: [http://72.14.207.104/search?q=cache:JLS3YY425rcJ:forum.watmm.com/index.php%3Fshowtopic%3D11845%26view%3Dold+%22Aphex+Twin%22+ATP+%2Bsite:forum.watmm.com&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=7&client=firefox-a Aphex Twin @ ATP] (Google cache)
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* [[WATMM]]: [http://72.14.207.104/search?q=cache:JLS3YY425rcJ:forum.watmm.com/index.php%3Fshowtopic%3D11845%26view%3Dold+%22Aphex+Twin%22+ATP+%2Bsite:forum.watmm.com&hl=en&gl=us&ct=clnk&cd=7&client=firefox-a Aphex Twin @ ATP] (Google cache)"
 
 
== References ==
 
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[[Category:Live]]
 
 
[[Category:Live Set]]
 
[[Category:Live Set]]
 
[[Category:P2P Release]]
 
[[Category:P2P Release]]
 
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