The first two words, "Hell" and "Pele's Tears," offer an aural vision of what it might be like to be detached, to be out of the range of touch, sight, smell - anything but sound. They are eerie yet fascinating, they move and drift and take ominous shapes but never advance further than the imagination stage, because they aren't connected to anything, which makes them sonic monoliths with seemingly endless depths. Think Paul Schutze at his most abstract and you get an idea.
Pele's Tears (Random Acoustics, 1994) - Compilation of works from 1986-1993. 1. Hell 19:25 2. Pele's Tears 17:59 3. Bottle 13:06 4. Quartet1 05:25 5. Quartet2 05:37.
Pele's Tears (CD, Album). Random Acoustics (2). RA 004. Germany. erstwhile 003. Earl Howard, Denman Maroney. 5 Saxophone Solos (CD, Album). Clepton (CD, Album).
supported by 6 fans who also own Pele's Tears EP. Emancipator good for: . hen you need to be alone or be zen a. f. ight drive . ight walk . iking . targazing . ounging with dope ass friends . aking love (that's right) 21stCenturyDevil. Seven Seas by emancipator. supported by 4 fans who also own Pele's Tears EP. It's one of those albums that i'm listening on my chillout sessions.
96 Tears is the debut album by the American garage rock band ? and the Mysterians, released in 1966. It peaked at number 66 on Billboard's Pop Albums chart. The single "96 Tears" reached number 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 on October 29, prior to release of the album. The album and the single "96 Tears" were both on the charts for fifteen weeks, while the single "I Need Somebody" was on the charts for ten weeks.
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Earl Howard (born 1951 in Los Angeles) has been active since the 1970s, since he graduated from the California Institute of the Arts (1974). He concentrated on superimposing ed sounds to live performances, as in Quarks, Pancho Via's Spoon and Nomad (for live electronics and ensemble), Fire Song (may 1999) for hyperpiano (Denman Maroney) and electronics, and Entanglement (2000), for saxophone and Creatophone (Curtis Roads on Creatophone), while the electronic pieces of the live Pele's Tears (october 1992), with an alto saxophonist, a tuba.