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Talk West // Bartlett Square TAPE

Talk West // Bartlett Square TAPE

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Folk label from Oklahoma, USATalk West hosted by Scissor Tail Is a cassette released in June 2024 from the ambient label Aural Canyon in Texas, the same country.

Contains seven ambient songs dedicated to the skateparks he attended from the age of 9 to 18. DL code included.

The following is a commentary by the writer himself.

"This album is dedicated to Bartlett Square. I spent most of my youth skateboarding at this iconic park in downtown Tulsa. From the age of 9 to 18, I skated there almost every day after school and on weekends. I spent all my time on my board. My parents dropped me off and left me with their older kids. Those years of freedom taught me more than just how to skateboard. Adventure. It taught me how to create, to immerse myself in my imagination, and to find romance in a mundane, concrete world.It helped me feel alive and out of real trouble.Police. He also taught me how to escape.

This square was demolished in 2003 and sadly, but ironically, turned into a roundabout. RIP. "

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Aural Canyon releases available at Tobira.

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Includes DL code. Cassette in norelco case.

tracklist:

  1. Lolly Gagging 05:06
  2. Displaying 1 of 0 03:58
  3. Slowly Ripped Apart 02:08
  4. Nothing to Hear Here 07:35
  5. The Tears Are Not The Sadness 11:36
  6. Tame Meyulks 02:08
  7. Cougar Melon Camp (with Gary Peters) 04:18

Talk West:

" This album is dedicated to Bartlett Square. For most of my youth, I grew up skateboarding at this iconic park centered in downtown Tulsa. I spent nearly every day after school and on the weekends skateboarding there from the age of 9 to 18. My parents would drop me off and leave me with the older kids who took me under their wing. Those years of freedom taught me more than how to skateboard. It taught me how to create adventure and get lost in my imagination and find something romantic in a mundane concrete world. It kept me out of real trouble and me in just enough to feel alive. I also taught me how to run from the police."

Artist: Talk West

Label: Aural Canyon

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Folk label from Oklahoma, USATalk West hosted by Scissor Tail Is a cassette released in June 2024 from the ambient label Aural Canyon in Texas, the same country.

Contains seven ambient songs dedicated to the skateparks he attended from the age of 9 to 18. DL code included.

The following is a commentary by the writer himself.

"This album is dedicated to Bartlett Square. I spent most of my youth skateboarding at this iconic park in downtown Tulsa. From the age of 9 to 18, I skated there almost every day after school and on weekends. I spent all my time on my board. My parents dropped me off and left me with their older kids. Those years of freedom taught me more than just how to skateboard. Adventure. It taught me how to create, to immerse myself in my imagination, and to find romance in a mundane, concrete world.It helped me feel alive and out of real trouble.Police. He also taught me how to escape.

This square was demolished in 2003 and sadly, but ironically, turned into a roundabout. RIP. "

Labels and other worksplease use this form. ///Click here to see more Aural Canyon releases available at Tobira.

-------------------------

Includes DL code. Cassette in norelco case.

tracklist:

  1. Lolly Gagging 05:06
  2. Displaying 1 of 0 03:58
  3. Slowly Ripped Apart 02:08
  4. Nothing to Hear Here 07:35
  5. The Tears Are Not The Sadness 11:36
  6. Tame Meyulks 02:08
  7. Cougar Melon Camp (with Gary Peters) 04:18

Talk West:

" This album is dedicated to Bartlett Square. For most of my youth, I grew up skateboarding at this iconic park centered in downtown Tulsa. I spent nearly every day after school and on the weekends skateboarding there from the age of 9 to 18. My parents would drop me off and leave me with the older kids who took me under their wing. Those years of freedom taught me more than how to skateboard. It taught me how to create adventure and get lost in my imagination and find something romantic in a mundane concrete world. It kept me out of real trouble and me in just enough to feel alive. I also taught me how to run from the police."

Artist: Talk West

Label: Aural Canyon