Electric Music Machine. 30th Anniversary of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop. 

Dick Mills on the 50th anniversary of the BBC Radiophonic Workshop.

EMS Synthi A from the archives. 

Delia Derbyshire's EMS Synthi A spotted in this video of Orbital Live Maida Vale BBC.

Via Ken MacBeth’s Facebook Page. Orbital is sporting his beautiful M5N.

Legend of Hell House. Delia Derbyshire and Brian Hodgson.

Great Soundtrack and great film.

(Source: cottageofelectrichell.blogspot.com)

From the album Electrosonic.  Delia Derbyshire and Brian Hodgson.  1972

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“Dreams” was made in collaboration with Barry Bermange (who originally recorded the narrations). Bermange put together The Dreams (1964), a collage of people describing their dreams, set to a background of electronic sound. Dreams is a collection of spliced/reassembled interviews with people describing their dreams, particularly recurring elements. The program of sounds and voices attempts to represent, in five movements, some sensations of dreaming: running away, falling, landscape, underwater, and colour. 

David Vorhaus.

Was in the band White Noise with Delia Derbyshire. BBC Radiophonic Workshop as well I believe.

This guy has a problem. Almost all the pics I’ve seen he’s holding a bass penis.

I think I posted this video before but it’s worth watching again isn’t it?

Tristram Cary flanked by EMS VCS3s.
Listen here.

Tristram Cary flanked by EMS VCS3s.

Listen here.

Malcolm Clarke. Andromedan War Machine.  1976.

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