Dream Cell

THE SILVERMAN

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Cover ImageRelease date and tracklist

1995
NL CD Terminal Kaleidoscope TEKA 777

  1. Visitation
  2. Rite Of Passage
  3. This Fragile Love
  4. And The Legend Days Return…
  5. Dream Cell #1
  6. Dream Cell #2
  7. Serpent Time
  8. Stream Point Entry
  9. Circle The Sun And You Become One
  10. Desecreation

 

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Cover Image2003
NL LP Terminal Kaleidoscope TEKA 13

side a

  1. Visitation
  2. Rite Of Passage
  3. This Fragile Love
  4. And The Legend Days Return…

side b

  1. Dream Cell #1
  2. Dream Cell #2
  3. Serpent Time

side c

  1. Stream Point Entry
  2. Circle The Sun And You Become One
  3. Desecreation

side d

  1. Bear Necessities
  2. Pantomine Bulge

 

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Cover Image15 March 2013
NL Remastered MP3 self-released on Bandcamp
NL Remastered CD-r self-released on Bandcamp

  1. Visitation + Rite of Passage + This Fragile Love 15:46
  2. And the Legend Days Return 04:00
  3. Dream Cell 1 05:24
  4. Dream Cell 2 06:59
  5. Serpent Time 08:22
  6. Stream Point Entry 07:35
  7. Circle the Sun and You Become One16:10
  8. A Salty Tale 19:16
  9. This Fragile Love 03:56
  10. Circle the Sun and You Become One (alternate version) 13:39
  11. Bear Necessities 05:32
  12. Desecreation + There it is 06:24
  13. Forgotten Zone 04:10

 Credits

  • The Silver Man (Phil Knight)- Keyboards [Analogue, Digital], Electronics [Processing, Ambient Feedbacking], Sampler [Sampling, Performance Cut-ups], Percussion [Arabic], Performer [Environmental Manipulations, Bottle And Bicycle Installations], Composer, Producer

Cover Design(LP) – Klaus Totzler, Nienke Poiesz, Phil Knight


Notes

Music recorded 1992-1994 in Nijmegen, The Netherlands

CD: Originally released in a quantity of 1000.  “Dedicated to Mana”
LP: contains a fourth side of bonus tracks not on the original CD.

from Bandcamp:
After being unavailable for close to a decade,The Silverman’s debut disc from 1992 (sic) was remastered and reissued with a whole disc of bonus material last year. As delicate and evocative as it sounded when it first appeared. Don’t call it ambient, this demands your attention ,even when you’re asleep.

 

 

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