:some release notes:

:first 30 copies each have one of 30 related class photos, all given to a person by the name of Shilow, aka Shy, or Shi:

:first 15 copies of Found Sound Version Three are NOT numbered:

:copies #31 thru #46 each have one of 16 related photos, all found in garbage along with death certificate indicating suicide:

:all copies have 33 tracks; total lasting one hour and nine minutes:

:track 18; "suicide note from attic" was found in a microcassette recorder wrapped in plastic in the attic of Harmstryker. Neighbors say she was once again unsuccessful:

:track 21; "found bounce" was accomplished using a chopped out lid from a cd-r spindle (provided by sound artist JaDa) placed on top of a fake No-Fi record (by sound artist Autio-Ethik). (true artist unknown) Chopped plastic addition caused needle to bounce like bumper car across vinyl:








VARIOUS - Sounds From the Pocket: Found Sound Volume 3 (Sounds From the Pocket) In the course of throwing some extra icing on the radio cake, few things are more fun to sprinkle into a freeform radio set than snippets from compilations like this. Short pieces of found tapes that exist in their own isolated and inexplicable universe like some kind of necklace strung with faded pearls, voices creaking out of distorted lo-tech sources with an agenda we may never understand or have explained. From the increasingly snarky phone messages from some kind of bill collector "To Ken Boone", to someone's irate mom leaving a message that she doesn't want "that flaming faggot in our car, he's a menace", the folks at Sounds From the Pocket have certainly given us all a reason to gleefully look through door cracks we shouldn't, and somewhat picking up the ball that the late great Bananafish magazine left behind when they stopped publishing their magazine/comp CDs. I am especially a fan of the subway musician croaking "Knights In White Satin" as the 6 train comes squealing to a stop
































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