Some Leaves Turned Red, Some Still Green

by Mary St John

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Mary St John weaves ethereal tapestries of analog electronic haziness in fourteen settings...might be likened to the bucolic experience of lying in a summer country field watching clouds roll by and soaking up the sounds of insects and birds while tripping out on time-suspending hallucinogens. Shimmering organ, spidery Moog melodies...suggest a late-20th-century showdown between Xenakis and Stockhausen...Pretty synth interludes and white noise cacophony cross swords with diseased spacewalks and disheveled harpsichord jaunts." - textura.org

1. Code 614 Contact
2. Angular Reflectance Characteristics
3. Vegetation Management Plan
4. The Treatment is Done in Complete Darkness
5. Radiometric Correction
6. Preprocessing and Recognition
7. Underwater Light Extinction
8. Snow From Clouds
9. Permanent Autonomous Bases on the Moon
10. Soil Surface Background
11. Input Parameters
12. Research Outpost
13. The Flowers are Edible and Delicious
14. Solar Illumination and Sensor Viewing Condition

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released February 5, 2008

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