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Journey Without Maps
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Journey Without Maps brings you vintage, rare, and underground global music from uncharted sonic territories. Every week, I unearth a new musical landscape: African soul & funk, Latin rhythms, eastern European electronica, Middle East psychedelic, Asian surf rock … and more.
Journey Without Maps is a production of WERA-LP 96.7 FM and Arlington Independent Media. For archives, updates, and to broadcast the episodes on your station, contact:

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Not more than 100 years ago, every sound heard in human history was generated through physical vibrations: plucking strings, hammers, drums, vocal cords. The rise of technologies (like the oscillator, magnetic tape, and vacuum tubes), along with a spirit of iconoclasm and an embrace of the avant-garde in the mid-20th century led to the creation of electronic music. Created from government-sponsored research and housed at universities, electronic music slowly found its way out of the lab and became a global phenomenon. Modern classical music was the ultimate point of reference for the early electronic musicians who broke all barriers to bring strange sounds from the ether into our ears.

John Cage "Williams Mix" from "Fontana Mix" on El Records
Clara Rockmore "Valse Sentimentale" from "OHM - The Early Gurus of Electronic Music, 1948-1980"
Karlheinz Stockhausen "Kontakte: Struktur XIII A" from "Elektronische Musik 1952-1960" on Stockhausen-Verlag
Karlheinz Stockhausen "Kontakte: XIII D" from "Elektronische Musik 1952-1960" on Stockhausen-Verlag
Louis and Bebe Barron "Overture (reprise)" from "Forbidden Planet (Original MGM Soundtrack)" on GNP Crescendo Records
Mario Davidovsky "Electronic Study No. 1" from "Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center" on Sony Classical
Wendy Carlos "Two-Part Invention in F Major" from "Switched On Bach" on Columbia Records
Wendy Carlos "Title Music from a Clockwork Orange" from "Cinema Canvas" on Sony Music Entertainment
Delia Derbyshire "Ziwzih Ziwzih Ziwzih OO-OO-OO" from "BBC Radiophonic Music" on BBC Radio Enterprises
Suzanne Ciani "Sound of Wetness" from "Voices of Packaged Souls"
Suzanne Ciani "Sound of a Dream Kissing" from "Voices of Packaged Souls"
Richard Pinhas "Variations VII Sur Le Thème Des Bene Gesserit" from "Space, Energy & Light: Experimental Electronic and Acoustic Soundscapes 1961-88" on Soul Jazz Records
Bulent Arel "Stereo Electronic Music No. 1" from "Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center" on Sony Classical
Brian Eno "Deep Blue Day" from "Apollo: Atmospheres & Soundtracks (with Daniel Lanois & Roger Eno)"
Laurie Anderson "O Superman" from "Big Science" on Nonesuch
Charanjit Singh "Raga Bhairav (Instrumental)" from "Synthesizing - Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat" on Saregama
Terrence Woodard "The Trax" from "Jack the Box"

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