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[[DD262]] is the [[Initial Catalogue]] number of one of Delia's [[Attic Tapes]] containing ''[[London Lemons]]'', ''[[Wildlife Safari to the Argentine]]'', ''[[Under the Pont Mirabeau]]'',  ''[[Radio Solent]]'' and a short track with the ''[[Dance from Noah]]'' rhythm track.
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[[DD262]] is the [[Initial Catalogue]] number of one of Delia's [[Attic Tapes]] containing ''[[London Lemons]]'', ''[[Wildlife Safari to the Argentine]]'', ''[[Le Pont Mirabeau]]'',  ''[[Radio Solent]]'' and a short track with the ''[[Dance from Noah]]'' rhythm track.
  
 
=[[Initial Catalogue|Mark Ayres' notes]]=
 
=[[Initial Catalogue|Mark Ayres' notes]]=

Latest revision as of 08:42, 30 September 2021

DD262 is the Initial Catalogue number of one of Delia's Attic Tapes containing London Lemons, Wildlife Safari to the Argentine, Le Pont Mirabeau, Radio Solent and a short track with the Dance from Noah rhythm track.

Mark Ayres' notes

Type: 10.5" reel, 1/4" tape
Label: [[Oranges and Lemons]], [[Approaching the 70s]] copy, [[Cubism Song]] copy etc

Louis Niebur's notes

DD262 – Cubism song copy, approaching the 70s
opens with oranges and lemons
cubism?
Song sung by vorhaus. WHAT IS THIS???
Great zoos of the world

James Percival's notes

DD/1/2/2 Cubism song
Short tracks including London Lemons and the song Under the Pont Mirabeau
FORMER REFERENCE: DD262 DATE: [compiled ca. 1972] CONTAINS: London Lemons, Wildlife Safari to
the Argentine, Drama Workshop: Noah, Radio Solent ident, Approaching the 70s
MEDIUM: 10.5" reel, ¼" tape DURATION: 00:07:36
LABELS: [Reel label:] CUBISM SONG COPY
[Reel label:] APPROACHING THE 70's COPY
NOTES: A brief and varied reel of tracks partly from other sources, including London Lemons and Wildlife Safari to the Argentine, but with additional short tracks not on other reels: the song Under the Pont Mirabeau found typeset as a lithographic negative in the document archive, sung by White Noise vocalist John Whitman and set to an electronic backing (appears to be the 'Cubism song' in question); and a short track with the Dance from “Noah” (Drama Workshop: Noah) rhythm track. Also contains the Radio Solent ident based on the first four notes of “O God our help in ages past”.