David Van Tieghem - Safety In Numbers FLAC
|4||A Wing And A Prayer||3:34|
|7||Night Of The Cold Noses||5:10|
|PMP-28010||David Van Tieghem||Safety In Numbers (LP, Album, Promo)||Private Music||PMP-28010||Japan||1987|
|2015-1-P||David Van Tieghem||Safety In Numbers (LP, Album)||Private Music||2015-1-P||US||1987|
|2015-4-P||David Van Tieghem||Safety In Numbers (Cass, Bas)||Private Music||2015-4-P||US||1987|
|32XB-143||David Van Tieghem||Safety In Numbers (CD, Album)||Private Music, Alfa Records, Inc||32XB-143||Japan||1987|
|PMP-28010||David Van Tieghem||Safety In Numbers (LP, Album)||Private Music||PMP-28010||Japan||1987|
- Artwork [Front Cover Color Image Processing] – Howard Sochurek
- Chapman Stick – Tony Levin (tracks: 4)
- Co-producer – Roma Baran
- Co-producer, Written-By – David Van Tieghem
- Computer [Computer Operator, Avic Studio] – Masaki Sekijima, Tatsuhiko Mori
- Design, Design Concept – Jo Bonney, Laura Demme
- Drums [African Water Drums], Gamelan [Parabolic Gamelan], Drum [Wooden Tongue Drum] – Bill Buchen (tracks: 5, 9, 10)
- Drums, Sampler [Fairlight CMI IIx And Series III, Akai S900], Marimba, Percussion [Metal Ashtray, Plastic Milk Bottle, Suzuki Musical Spring, Scrap Metal, Japanese Stones, Plastic Mailing Tube, Aluminum Soda Cans, Corrugated Plastic Hose, Lamp Parts, Plastic Sticks], Cymbal [Chinese, Bowed], Gong [Chinese], Synthesizer [Yamaha DX7 and DX100, Korg Poly-800, Roland Juno-60, Voyetra Eight], Percussion [Octapad], Piano, Clavinet, Drum [Wooden Tongue Drum], Computer, Sequenced By, Drums [Ceramic], Bells, Toy [Jingle Ball Toy, Ray Gun], Effects [Processed Radio And Television Signals], Drum Machine [E-Mu SP-12], Voice – David Van Tieghem
- Effects [Shortwave Radio] – Richard J. Van Tieghem (tracks: 1, 4)
- Engineer [Assistant Engineer, Battery] – Derek Davis
- Engineer [Assistant Engineer, Skyline Studios, NYC] – Barbara DeMauro, Knut Bohn
- Engineer [Avic Studio] – Juri Kawai
- Engineer [Battery Sound], Programmed By [Programming Assistance] – Eric Liljestrand
- Flute – Richard Landry (tracks: 4)
- Guitar – Larry Saltzman (tracks: 1, 2, 5, 8)
- Guitar, E-Bow – Eric Liljestrand (tracks: 3, 5)
- Harp – Sara Cutler (tracks: 3, 7, 8)
- Mastered By – Bob Ludwig
- Mixed By, Recorded By [Additional Recording] – Leanne Ungar
- Pedal Steel Guitar – Ned Sublette (tracks: 4)
- Photography By [Graphics Photography] – Paula Court
- Photography By [Portrait Photo By] – Deborah Feingold
- Piano – "Blue" Gene Tyranny (tracks: 3)
- Programmed By [Programming Assistance] – Clive Smith
- Realization [Skyline Studios, NYC] – David Lebolt
- Synthesizer [DX7 & TX7, Voyetra Eight, Memory Moog], Sampler [Emulator II] – David Lebolt (tracks: 2, 6, 8)
- Synthesizer [DX7], Sampler [Emulator II, Fairlight CMI IIx] – Ryuichi Sakamoto (tracks: 2, 8)
- Voice – Laura Demme (tracks: 3, 9), Rebecca Armstrong (tracks: 6)
Recorded at Battery Sound, New York City.
Mixing and additional recording at Skyline Studios, NYC.
Mastered at Masterdisk, NYC.
Ryuichi Sakamoto's overdubs weqre originally created on the NEC PC-9801 computer with RCP-PC98 Come On Music software at Avic Studio, Tokyo, Japan. The sounds and sequences were digitally transferred to various floppy disks and sent to Skyline Studios, NYC, where they were realized onto multitrack tape via Macintosh computer, Southworth MIDI interface, and Mark of the Unicorn Performer software.
Tracks 1 & 4 are derived from my original score to the ballet "Rough Assemblage"
Tracks 3 & 9 are derived from my original score to the Broadway production of "The Alchemedians"
Tracks 5 & 6 are derived from my original score to the ballet "VII to VIII"
- Barcode: 0 1005-82015-2 6
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 1): P-2015 1B5 6Z
- Matrix / Runout (Variant 2): P-2015 1B2 6Z
- SPARS Code: DDD
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Private, Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Private, Inc.
- Manufactured By – RCA Records
- Distributed By – RCA Records
- Recorded At – Battery Sound
- Recorded At – Skyline Studios
- Mixed At – Skyline Studios
- Overdubbed At – Avic Studio
- Mastered At – Masterdisk
- Published By – Boomer Music
Safety in Numbers is the second studio album by American progressive electronic composer and percussionist David Van Tieghem, released in 1987 by Private Music. Van Tieghem and Roma Baran produced the album, and it was recorded at two separate recording studios in New York City, which were Battery Sound and Skyline Studios. Ryuichi Sakamoto of Yellow Magic Orchestra recorded his overdubs at Avic Studio. Tony Levin, the longtime bassist for progressive rock band King Crimson, plays Chapman Stick on the. Safety In Numbers is the second studio album by American electronica musician & percussionist David Van Tieghem, released in 1987. Tony Levin, the longtime bassist for King Crimson, plays Chapman Stick on track 4. Safety In Numbers' music has been described as a downtown mix of pop, new-age, percussion music and electronic music. Track listing. All music composed by David Van Tieghem. Galaxy - 5:06. Thunder Lizard - 5:00. Shortwave Radio - Richard J. Van Tieghem. Recorded at Battery Sound by Eric Liljestrand. Mixed at Skyline Studios by Leanne Ungar. Produced by Roma Baran and David Van Tieghem. Originally released 1987. Songs in album David Van Tieghem - Safety In Numbers 1987. David Van Tieghem - Galaxy. David Van Tieghem - Thunder Lizard. David Van Tieghem - Crystals. David Van Tieghem - Night Of The Cold Noses. David Van Tieghem - Future. David Van Tieghem - All Safe. David Van Tieghem - Skeleton Key. David Van Tieghem - Clear. David Van Tieghem - Deep Sky. David Van Tieghem - A Wing And A Prayer. David Van Tieghem Pro Unlimited. 46 tracks46. Follow David Van Tieghem and others on SoundCloud. Listen free to David Van Tieghem Safety in Numbers Galaxy, Thunder Lizard and more. 10 tracks 46:14. Drummer and keyboardist David Van Tieghem produced several albums in the 80's in which he combined synthesizers and conventional drumming with percussion using unconventional objects such as ashtrays and teacups. It should be noted he began doing this at the same time as Test. before the emergence of more mainstreams acts like Stomp and Blue Man. David Van Tieghem 11 tracks Released in 2009 Electronic. Listen full album. View all David Van Tieghem albums. Safety In Numbers. David Van Tieghem. 10 tracks. Released in 1987. Your feedback. Safety In Numbers by David Van Tieghem Year: 1987 Overall rank: 106,245th. Accolades: Top albums of 1987 1,356th. David Van Tieghem album bestography. Higher ranked 92,588th This album 106,245th Lower ranked These Things HappenSafety In Numbers-. Upcoming concerts. Safety In Numbers has been added to your Cart. Add gift options. Buy used: . Used: Very Good Details. Sold by Last Record Store. Great album from David van Tieghem. Relxing and enjoying all the different sounds. With help from my hero Riyuichi Sakamoto. Read more. Sending feedback