X-Ray Audio| THE STRANGE STORY OF SOVIET MUSIC ON THE BONE

X-Ray Audio
THE STRANGE STORY OF SOVIET MUSIC ON THE BONE


X-Ray Audio: The Documentary
The Vinyl Factory
2016/02/11
The strange story of Soviet music on the bone.
The iconic images of gramophone grooves cut onto x-rays of skulls, ribcages and bones have captured the collective imagination way beyond the music scene. Now for the first time, the complete story of the Soviet x-ray record has emerged, as told by the people who made it happen.
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For more information on bone music and the x-ray audio project and book, visit http://www.x-rayaudio.com

The Vinyl Factory / Antique Beat production
Concept & interviews by Stephen Coates & Paul Heartfield
Filmed by Paul Heartfield
Written by Stephen Coates & Anton Spice
Producer by Anton Spice, Anoushka Seigler & Stephen Coates
Edited by Pawel Ptak
Archive footage courtesy of Russian State Archives of Film and Photo Documents

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x02ZQyrNilE
Russian Flexi-Discs on X-Rays – Daniel Knox at Saki
seijinlee
2012/06/10
Russian Flexi-Discs on X-Rays – Daniel Knox at Saki
Daniel bought these in Moscow. 78s but the turntables at Saki don’t play 78s.

X-RAY AUDIO: THE DOCUMENTARY
February 11, 2016
We are very pleased that X-RAY AUDIO: THE DOCUMENTARY is HERE
“Cold War Leningrad: In a culture where the recording industry was ruthlessly controlled by the state, music lovers discovered an extraordinary alternative means of reproduction: they repurposed used x-ray film as the base for records of forbidden songs.
Giving blood every week to earn enough money to buy a recording lathe, one bootlegger Rudy Fuchs cuts banned music onto such discarded x-rays to be sold on street corners by shady dealers.
It was ultimate act of punk resistance, a two-fingered salute to the repressive regime that gave a generation of young Soviets access to forbidden Western and Russian music, an act for which Rudy and his fellow bootleggers would pay a heavy price.”
The culmination of four years of research and countless trips to Russia to track down Rudy, buyer and amateur dealer Nick Markovitch and Beatles’ fanatic Kolya Vasin, this short documentary gives an evocative and intimate insight into one of the most extraordinary, untold stories of twentieth century music.

冷戦時代のソ連では、人々が聴くことができる音楽は、国家によって無慈悲に支配されていた。しかし、音楽愛好家とブーツレガーの秘密で危険なサブカルチャーがそうした検閲に反対し、彼らは手作りの録音機を作り、禁止されたジャズ、ロックンロール、ロシアの音楽をコピーして自分たちの記録を作る特別な手段を見つけた。使用済みレントゲン・フィルムを再利用して作られたソノシート程の薄さで、円形にカットされている。骨の写真レントゲン写真製!冷戦時に作られた幻の”肋骨レコード”が美しい。ソ連の冷戦時代に始まった「ボーンズ」や「リブス」と呼ばれていたそのディスクは、いま入手できるらしい。
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