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9 thoughts on “ Its Very Serious - Roger Doyle - Time Machine (CD, Album)

  1. Roger Doyle (born in Malahide on 17 July ) is an Irish composer best known for his electro-acoustic work, for which he was made a Saoi of Aosdána, and for his piano music for theatre. In the s he was briefly a member of Irish jazz rock/fusion/prog band Supply, Demand & Curve. After leaving school, Doyle attended the Royal Irish Academy.
  2. Time Machines, an Album by Time Machines. Released 26 January on Eskaton (catalog no. Eskaton ; CD). Genres: Drone. Featured peformers: John Balance (performer), Drew McDowall (performer), Peter Christopherson (performer).
  3. Listen to Roger Doyle Radio free online. Listen to free internet radio, sports, music, news, talk and podcasts. Stream live events, live play-by-play NFL, MLB, NBA.
  4. A profile of the composer Roger Doyle (b), along with a list of their works available to browse and buy.
  5. The album centres around a series of answering machine messages of Doyle’s family, close friends, colleagues and lovers, all of them recorded in and preserved from the late s. This haunting spectral and deeply emotional meditation on the passing and creating of .
  6. A place which you can visit from time to time and listen to new tracks as they are being composed by Roger Doyle. Preview | Buy. An album of Doyle’s best piano music, played by himself, spanning a 30 year period. Babel Doyle’s magnum opus originally released as a 5-CD set in – the result of ten years’ work. A journey.
  7. Roger Doyle (Dublin, Ireland, ) is a former jazz/rock drummer and scholarship music student at the Royal Irish Academy of Music (Ireland), The Institute of Sonology (The Netherlands) and Finnish Radio Experimental Music Studio.
  8. Mar 26,  · Roger Doyle Heresy;Heresy Records Reviewed by Robert Hugill on Mar 26 Star rating: An intriguingly quirky opera from electronic composer Roger Doyle Roger Doyle is an Irish composer best known for his electronic music [see my review of his Time Machine] and he says in his introductory remarks to this recording that he never thought he would compose an opera.

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