Reich: Remixed (2006)

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This follow-up EP to Reich Remixed features contributions from Alex Smoke and Four Tet, plus newcomer Ruohi Ruotsi, chosen by Reich himself via a BBC remix competition. Also included: Reich’s 1966 analog precursor to the sampling era, Come Out.

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PRODUCTION CREDITS
Executive Producers: Matthew Rankin & Jamie Watherston

Graphic Design by Eskimopush

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79988

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1disc
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Steve Reich
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MUSICIANS
1. Proverb (Alex Smoke Remix)
Remixed and additional production by Alex Menzies
Originally released on Nonesuch 79430, Proverb/Nagoya Marimbas/City Life ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

2. Drumming (Four Tet Remix)
Remix and additional production by Four Tet
Originally released on Nonesuch 79170, Drumming ℗ 1987 Nonesuch Records

3. Music for 18 Musicians (Ruoho Ruotsi's Pulse Section Dub Remix)
Remix and additional production by Ruoho Ruotsi
Originally released on Nonesuch 79448, Music for 18 Musicians ℗ 1997 Nonesuch Records

4. Come Out (Original Mix)
Originally released on Nonesuch 79169, Early Works: Come Out/Piano Phase/Clapping Music/It's Gonna Rain ℗ 1987 Nonesuch Records

All original music composed by Steve Reich
Published by Hendon Music Inc., a Boosey & Hawkes Company (BMI)

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075597998863
  • 79988

News & Reviews

  • The first recording of Steve Reich’s Runner and Music for Ensemble and Orchestra, performed by the Los Angeles Philharmonic and conducted by Susanna Mälkki, released on CD and digitally on Nonesuch Records in September, is now available on vinyl. The New York Times calls Runner "a calmly luminous orchestral piece with the pulsating, propulsive rhythms that animate much of Mr. Reich’s music." The San Francisco Chronicle says that Music for Ensemble and Orchestra "is a beautiful and dramatically charged masterpiece, but its impact goes even further than that."

  • Steve Reich’s 1988 piece Different Trains is the subject of this week's episode of BBC Radio 3's The Listening Service. Host Tom Service shares music from Kronos Quartet's 1988 Nonesuch recording of the piece, which won the Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Composition, and talks with author/journalist Jonathan Freedland about creating such art that addresses the Holocaust. You can hear the episode here.

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  • About This Album

    Credits

    MUSICIANS
    1. Proverb (Alex Smoke Remix)
    Remixed and additional production by Alex Menzies
    Originally released on Nonesuch 79430, Proverb/Nagoya Marimbas/City Life ℗ 1996 Nonesuch Records

    2. Drumming (Four Tet Remix)
    Remix and additional production by Four Tet
    Originally released on Nonesuch 79170, Drumming ℗ 1987 Nonesuch Records

    3. Music for 18 Musicians (Ruoho Ruotsi's Pulse Section Dub Remix)
    Remix and additional production by Ruoho Ruotsi
    Originally released on Nonesuch 79448, Music for 18 Musicians ℗ 1997 Nonesuch Records

    4. Come Out (Original Mix)
    Originally released on Nonesuch 79169, Early Works: Come Out/Piano Phase/Clapping Music/It's Gonna Rain ℗ 1987 Nonesuch Records

    All original music composed by Steve Reich
    Published by Hendon Music Inc., a Boosey & Hawkes Company (BMI)

    PRODUCTION CREDITS
    Executive Producers: Matthew Rankin & Jamie Watherston

    Graphic Design by Eskimopush

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