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== Samples / Lyrics ==
 
== Samples / Lyrics ==
* ''"A beautiful place''", sampled from a [[Sesame Street]] vintage on canyons in Arizona. <ref>{{#ev:youtube|KRD1dgLXu04|480||||start=132|false}}</ref>
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* 3:12 onward - ''"A beautiful place''", sampled from a [[Sesame Street]] vintage on canyons in Arizona. <ref>{{#ev:youtube|KRD1dgLXu04|480||||start=132|false}}</ref>
* ''"an ea - gle in your mi - nd"'', ''"bye bye, bye bye bye"''. From the same [[Sesame Street]] vintage used in "[[Whitewater]]" on ''[[Boc Maxima]]''. <ref>{{#ev:youtube|QZyRR-18EVU|480|||||false}}</ref>  
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* 4:03 onward - A timestretched sample of a child's voice, ''"an ea-gle in your mi-nd"'' or ''"a beau-ti-ful pl-a-ce"''
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* 5:57 - ''"bye bye, bye bye bye"''. from the same [[Sesame Street]] vintage used in "[[Whitewater]]". <ref>{{#ev:youtube|QZyRR-18EVU|480|||||false}}</ref>  
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* 2:49, 4:49 - Chopped up vocal samples
 
* At 0:24, the drums come in along with a heavy cranking sound, like big gears turning, that continues until 5:37.
 
* At 0:24, the drums come in along with a heavy cranking sound, like big gears turning, that continues until 5:37.
  

Revision as of 00:20, 29 April 2020

Sunshine Recorder
Running time 6:13
Appears on Geogaddi


Comments

  • The Campbell-Stokes [1] consists of a glass globe which focuses sunlight onto a card behind, leaving a record (in burnmarks) of sunshine throughout the day. [DC]

Samples / Lyrics

  • 3:12 onward - "A beautiful place", sampled from a Sesame Street vintage on canyons in Arizona. [2]
  • 4:03 onward - A timestretched sample of a child's voice, "an ea-gle in your mi-nd" or "a beau-ti-ful pl-a-ce"
  • 5:57 - "bye bye, bye bye bye". from the same Sesame Street vintage used in "Whitewater". [3]
  • 2:49, 4:49 - Chopped up vocal samples
  • At 0:24, the drums come in along with a heavy cranking sound, like big gears turning, that continues until 5:37.

Videos

References

  1. http://web.archive.org/web/20090301025924/http://www.gov.im/airport/virtual/meteor/met/sunrecorder.xml