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by Hal McGee

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dictaphone assemblage audio folk art
the sounds of my daily life in Gainesville, Florida
during the COVID-19 era
recorded with one Sony ICD PX-470 stereo digital dictaphone
February 5th through March 3rd 2021
assembled March 4, 2021 with recordings played back on three Sony ICD PX-470s in random-shuffle mode directly into Audacity
with no intervention or interference by me

Featuring Stanley Oliver McGee
Spoken words by me
and the voices of Jiblit Dupree and Rafael González
On the album I play Casio CT-S200RD tablehooter, 2-string pink dumpster guitar, KQ Unotone iPhone synth, and circuit bent Casio SK-1

Including my brother Mark McGee and my nephew playing Casio.
You also will hear neighbors, co-workers, my parents, the Postal Lady, mockingbirds, grocery store employees, sounds of the Hare Krishna Lunch on the University Of Florida campus and Hare Krishnas chanting and singing on the corner of University Avenue and 13th Street on a Friday afternoon, traffic sounds, car alarms, traffic signals, public transportation sounds, airplanes, helicopters, rain, garbage trucks, construction machinery, appliances such as vacuum cleaner and dishwasher

Thanks to Dylan Houser, Leslie Singer, Chris Phinney, and Jay Peele for ideas, inspirations, friendships, and images.


released March 4, 2021


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