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PAN mix, by Berlin based dj & producer Mo Probs (aka Monia L), for Nov 29th’s event at West Germany/Berlin with Tomutonttu, Helm, EL-G and Heatsick. Track list to follow.
william burroughs and christiane f
giampiero boneschi – new situation – 1973
african head charge – elastic dance – 1981
jon hassell – pygmy dance – 1988
dave ball and genesis p orridge – muzak for frogs – 1985
lena platonos – aιμάτινες Σκιές από aπόσταση – 1985
chris carter – moonlight – 1985
new musik – 24 hours from culture – part ii – 1981
fripp and eno – wind on water – 1975
cabaret voltaire – invocation – 1987
human league – the dignity of labour part 1 – 1979
carl craig – a wonderful life – 2002
aksak maboul – scratch holiday – 1984
eric peters – electronic rhythm – 1966
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Shown here is the sharply-critical account of the cruelties of the conquistadors by the Franciscan missionary Bartolomé de Las Casas (1474-1566), which in 1542 led to changes in Spanish administrative policies in New Spain.
Moray is a town in Peru approximately 50 km Northwest of Cuzco near the town of Maras that is noted for a large complex of unusual Inca ruins. These include most notably several enormous terraced circular depressions that were perhaps used to study the effects of different climatic conditions on crops. The depth of the pits (the largest is about 30 m deep) creates a temperature gradient of as much as 15° C between the top and the bottom. As with many other Inca sites, it also has a very sophisticated irrigation system for providing the plants with water. (From Wikipedia)
Found by mischance, I like the faces.