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Daniel Miller There are concept records and then there are concept records. This is the latter. A true journey via sound.

"When are we going to wake up? What's needed in this country is a people movement...where all people come together and stop this bullshit..." True in 1974. True today. Favorite track: Osteochondroma.
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“1974” is an experimental music project by Rip Rowan and Byron Glickfeld.

“1974” tells the story of the end of the Vietnam war, Watergate, the oil crisis, and other current social and political issues through the vehicle of experimental music and sound collages. In short, “1974” is about 1974, but it doesn’t sound like 1974.

See the full-length video here: youtu.be/x-uom-oeYNE

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released October 19, 2015

Music: Rip Rowan
Sound Collage: Byron Glickfeld

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Rip Rowan Dallas, Texas

Rip Rowan is a producer, composer, and multi-instrumentalist from Dallas, TX.

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