Electricity, that invisible, inner, sexual and mysterious fire transferred between bodies, transports us to a time when old technologies were new.

The Electric Dialect was written by Jay Mandeville with Dwight Frizzell.

Original music by Ed Herrmann (Serge synthesizer), Michael Henry (Syclavier), Mark Steven Brooks (digital pianos), and Charles Dodge (synthesized voices). Historic sound sources courtesy of the Marr Sound Archives. This program was produced/directed by Dwight Frizzell for the From Ark to Microchip series.

ON From Ark to Microchip | November 6, 2013 | 11:30 pm

Electric Dialect

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Electricity, that invisible, inner, sexual and mysterious fire transferred between bodies, transports us to a time when old technologies were new.

The Electric Dialect was written by Jay Mandeville with Dwight Frizzell.

Original music by Ed Herrmann (Serge synthesizer), Michael Henry (Syclavier), Mark Steven Brooks (digital pianos), and Charles Dodge (synthesized voices). Historic sound sources courtesy of the Marr Sound Archives. This program was produced/directed by Dwight Frizzell for the From Ark to Microchip series.

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