Audio Arts - Accent For A Start FLAC album
Genre: Electronic / Audio recording
Title: Accent For A Start
Style: Field Recording, Spoken Word, Experimental
FLAC version ZIP size: 1877 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1915 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1722 mb
Other Formats: WAV DMF AIFF XM WMA MP3 MPC
Audio Arts Cassettes was a British sound magazine documenting contemporary artistic activity via artist or curator interviews, sound performances or sound art by artists. From 1973 to 2006, Audio Arts published 25 volumes of 4 issues of the Audio Arts Cassettes (later releasing LPs and CDs as well). The first few releases featured their first address on the covers and had ISPO AUDIO ARTS label stickers.
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Audio Arts was a British sound magazine published on audio cassettes, documenting contemporary artistic activity via artist or curator interviews, sound performances or sound art by artists. The project was launched in 1973 by Barry Barker and British sculptor William Furlong, born 1944 in Woking, Great Britain.
He was actually asking about phrasal verbs, and as I answered him, I realised that in just 12 phrases you can practise how to learn an English accent.
It was released on 25 June 2007 in the UK and on 17 July 2007 in the US. The album was certified Platinum in the UK on the same day it was released. An End Has a Start was the 69th best-selling album in the UK end of year album chart in 2007.
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|A1||Accent For A Start|
|A3||In Relation To What ?|
|A6||Song For Edwina
Featuring [Additional Instrumentation] – The Peripherals
|B1||It's About Time|
|B3||Everything You Could Possibly Want|
|B5||Buckets Of Sand|
- Producer – Michael Archer, William Furlong
- Recorded By, Edited By – Michael Archer, William Furlong