|1||Enfield In Summer||9:15|
|5||The Continuing Story Of Counterpoint, Part Four||19:25|
|RUNE 10||David Borden / Mother Mallard||David Borden / Mother Mallard - Migration (LP, Album)||Cuneiform Records||RUNE 10||France||1988|
- Artwork – Michael Boyd
- Clarinet [E Flat], Bass Clarinet, Bass Clarinet [Contrabass], Tenor Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone – Les Thimmig
- Engineer – Todd Hutchinson
- Keyboards [Yamaha Kx88 Midi Controller, Roland Juno 60, Prophet Vs, Lexoicon Pcm 70], Electronic Drums [Tom] – David Swalm
- Keyboards [Yamaha Kx88 Midi Controller, Tx216+1, Tx81z, Fbo1, Spx90, Roland Jx-10], Computer [Macintosh], Sequenced By, Written-By, Producer – David Borden
- Mastered By – Roger Seibel
- Performer – Mother Mallard
- Voice – Ellen Hargis
Recorded at Calf Audio, Ithaca NY. Mastered at SAE.
Tracks A1 & B3 are from "Edward Hopper In Three Parts". Track B1 is from "The Boston Elegies". Track B2 is from "Places, Times". "The Continuing Story Of Counterpoint" has twelve parts and was composed over a period of eleven years (1976-1987).
Includes an A4 insert.
- Recorded At – Calf Audio
- Mastered At – SAE Mastering
Complétez votre collection David Borden, Mother Mallard. David Borden - The Continuing Story of Counterpoint - Part 4 Migration version 19:31. David Borden - Trains I 7:29. David Borden - Enfield in Summer Migration Version 9:33. Listes Ajouter à une Liste. LIBRARY par andres lazo96. David Borden. The Continuing Story of Counterpoint, Pt. Dick Twardzik. Enfield in Summer. Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Company, formed in 1969 by David Borden, was an early synthesizer ensemble, predating groups like Tonto's Expanding Head Band and Tangerine Dream. David Borden was in contact with Robert Moog and was one of the first musicians to use his Minimoog. After recruiting Steve Drews and Linda Fisher to operate additional synthesizers, the group began playing concerts of minimalist music by Terry Riley, Steve Reich, and Philip Glass. They began recording their first self. Original recording of Part 4 of David Borden's post-minimalist magnum opus The Continuing Story of Counterpoint from the 1988 out-of-print LP 'Migration' from Cuneiform Records. Performed by Mother Mallard with David Borden and David Swalm on synthesizers, Les Thimmig free to David Borden Migration Trains I, The Continuing Story Of Counterpoint, Part Four and more. 5 tracks 53:35. Web Pages: or . Mother Mallard is mentioned extensively in one chapter of this book. I bought the CD plus Like a Duck To Water before hearing a note of music from this band. Needless to say, I was quite impressed and floored by just how ahead of their time this band really is. This album is formidable in its insight, foresight, farsight, whateversight and overall scope. The names David Borden, Linda Fisher and Steve Drews are probably the least known if not unknown in the current EM field. Except probably, by the people they most influenced the players of EM Tangerine Dream, Klaus Shulze etc. and many of their subsequent students. David Borden and Mother Mallard continued performing and releasing albums in the following years, most notably on the Cuneiform record label. Borden adopted new digital synthesizer technology over time, and also incorporated various acoustic woodwind instruments and voices. Borden's most ambitious work, The Continuing Story of Counterpoint Parts 1-12, composed between 1976 and 1987, was recorded and released on three Cuneiform CDs between 1988 and 1991. Discography Mother Mallard and David Borden. 1973 Mother Mallard's Portable Masterpiece Co. 113 Tracks. Stream Tracks and Playlists which songs from which albums David Borden and Mother Mallard played through the years