back in stock as of
july 15th, 2011
first in stock on
november 20th, 2007
|streamline (usa) #streamline 1014 cd|
mimir “mimir (1st)” compact disc
- entrance • escalator • window (24:27)
- smashed (7:54)
- curtain • december 3, 1989 (8:47)
- december 2, 1989 • air (25:25)
- evening (7:00)
|2007 release ; reissue of the debut album from mimir - at this stage a quartet involving christoph heemann & andreas martin, edward ka-spel, and silverman - originally issued by the flabbergast label as a cd and double lp in 1990 / 1991, respectively ...|
people tend to rep the o’rourke-era mimir sides as their defining moments, but i ride quite hard for this early statement, hinging largely on heemann’s contributions ...
|streamline press release...|
a completely remixed / reworked version of the first mimir album which was originally recorded between 1989 / 90 and released in 1991 : edward ka-spel, andreas martin, silverman and christoph heemann concentrate on a variety of analog synths and krautrock guitars.
...immediately after he caught sight of the lights marking the town, he pressed the ejection button and felt himself flung upward with a greater violence than he had expected. for a moment he was enveloped in darkness; then, as his body spun, he saw the lights of the town again. his fall was slackening and suddenly, as the chute popped open to its full extent, he was jerked sidewise and began swinging in wide arcs. an updraft caught the chute, forcing it back toward the looming peaks and slowing the swinging; but in a moment it slid out of the updraft and was floating smoothly downward.