|1||Danke, Gute Morning|
|2||Musu Zenta Rezisors|
|3||Eine No Tote|
|4||Du Sovas, Willst Nicht Glaube|
|6||Du Hast Kein Flussigon|
|9||Mark You, Make Believe, My Dear, Yes|
|11||Agnes, Furchtbar Slikt|
|14||On Prosil Bulku Wo Sne|
|15||Tu Stunda, Kancan!|
|19||Wot Nun Gute Nacht Von Citadi|
|22||Wartet Auf Walter Von Kirnbach|
|23||Koste, Tu Tik Nah|
|24||So Sind Sie!|
|25||Tu Laudis Sadezina|
|27||Prasi Zenta Lai Tala|
|28||Loorits Pienaks Klat|
|29||Examples Of Microphone, Radio Frequency, Diode, Goniometer And Psychophone Voices||10:08|
|30||Oui, C'est Necessity|
|31||A General Introduction With Examples Of The Voices||10:23|
|33||Sie Glaubt Nicht|
|34||Entrojas Muchas Cuestiones|
|37||Bedenke, Ich Bin|
|none||Konstantin Raudive & Michael Smythe||Konstantin Raudive & Michael Smythe - Breakthrough: An Amazing Experiment In Electronic Communication With The Dead (Flexi, 7")||The Unexplained Magazine||none||UK||1971|
- Producer, Edited By, Voice – Michael Smythe
- Translated By, Voice – Nadia Fowler
A record with examples of electronic voice phenomena (EVP), which claims to present the voices of the dead.
"An Amazing Experiment in Electronic Communication with the Dead - Examples of original voices received during experiments.
"Dr Raudive's commentary translated and spoken by Nadia Fowler. The examples and explanations are given in the commentary on the enclosed record. For convenience, the actual communications are given below."
Extracts taken from Breakthrough, published by Colin Smythe Ltd., Gerrards Cross, Bucks.
- Matrix / Runout (A Side): VMS-100 A-1A
- Matrix / Runout (B Side): VMS-100 B-1A
- Printed By – West Brothers Printers Limited
Discover all of this album's music connections, watch videos, listen to music, discuss and free to Konstantin Raudive Breakthrough. Breakthrough, Konstantin Raudive, EVP, Electronic Voice Phenomena, Paranormal. Breakthrough: An Amazing Experiment in Electronic Communication with the Dead. by Konstantin Raudive. BREAKTHROUGH by KONSTANTIN RAUDIVE, released 08 May 2016 1. A side intro extract PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS THE ORIGINAL 7 VINYL FROM 1971. This is NOT a repress. This is NOT the flexi disc that came with The Unexplained magazine. This rare & highly collectible 7 single from 1971 introduced electronic voice phenomena EVP to the wider British public. Recorded by Konstantin Raudive & issued to accompany the publication of his seminal book 'Breakthrough - an amazing experiment in electronic communication with the Dead'. Konstantin Raudive 컬렉션을 완성하세요. 다음 참조: Breakthrough, 7, VMS 100. HEADS UP: These are available from Buried Treasure's bandcamp page for just 8. 답글 나에게 알림 2 Helpful. 2014년 12월 4일. 다음 참조: Breakthrough: An Amazing Experiment In Electronic Communication With The Dead, Flexi, 7, none. What a classic random find in thrift store. Konstantīns Raudive 1909 in Asūne, Vitebsk Governorate 1974, known internationally as Konstantin Raudive, was a Latvian writer and intellectual, and husband of Zenta Mauriņa. Raudive was born in Latgale in eastern Latvia then part of Vitebsk Governorate but studied extensively abroad, later becoming a student of Carl Jung. In exile following the Soviet re-conquest of Latvia in World War II, he taught at the University of Uppsala in Sweden. So the album leaves the enigma intact, living off its eeriness. The resulting atmosphere compensates for the rather average bag of tracks. Pieces by Scanner, Calla the very Pink Floyd-esque Raudive Track, and David Toop stand out as three widely different yet pertinent takes on the spirit of Raudive's experiments. Konstantin Raudive - Breakthrough Recordings. This is a complete recording taken from the vinyl which came with Konstantin Raudive's Breakthrough book, recording his experiments recording voices of the dead. EVP ghosts. Breakthrough book. Out of Print. FROM THE BACK OF THE BOOK: Does the soul, the greatest of all c. Raudive is the authority on this subject, having conducted numerous scientific experiments. Whatever you believe with regards to 'the voices', this is a compelling book that will most definitely get you thinking. This book most definitely needs to be back in print