A four-hour version of It's a Sin

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Did Tillmans have any rationalisation for doing this? Was separating each component of the track analogous to the anomie felt by EU citizens living in the UK post-Brexit?

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Thanks Ellie and Sandy!

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TallThinMan wrote: Tue 07 Mar 2017, 9:02 am Thanks Ellie and Sandy!
You are welcome! By the way listening to both official 12" versions at home after the Tate event, it's interesting to hear the elements from the original recordings used in these long versions. I have found the laughter and the guitar like sound on the Ian Levine remix.
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Couldn't get to the long version of 'It's a Sin' Sunday. But was in London today (Tues) and popped along to see the very friendly Wolfgang Tillmans at his book signing in The Tate Modern - took a couple of other items which he seemed to appreciate. Although he didn't seem to want to detract from his photo and signed the inside/back.
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Kobalt Blew wrote: Wed 08 Mar 2017, 1:12 am Couldn't get to the long version of 'It's a Sin' Sunday. But was in London today (Tues) and popped along to see the very friendly Wolfgang Tillmans at his book signing in The Tate Modern - took a couple of other items which he seemed to appreciate. Although he didn't seem to want to detract from his photo and signed the inside/back.
Very cool! I wasn't organised enough to get along and do the same thing, so thanks for sharing.
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Sandy Shaw wrote: Wed 08 Mar 2017, 12:46 pm
Kobalt Blew wrote: Wed 08 Mar 2017, 1:12 am Couldn't get to the long version of 'It's a Sin' Sunday. But was in London today (Tues) and popped along to see the very friendly Wolfgang Tillmans at his book signing in The Tate Modern - took a couple of other items which he seemed to appreciate. Although he didn't seem to want to detract from his photo and signed the inside/back.
Very cool! I wasn't organised enough to get along and do the same thing, so thanks for sharing.
Sooooo cool!!!! Great job!!!

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So wait, I can possibly get a ticket for an early April date and hear this?
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ZiggyPSB wrote: Wed 08 Mar 2017, 8:09 pm So wait, I can possibly get a ticket for an early April date and hear this?
An early April date of what?
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ZiggyPSB wrote: Wed 08 Mar 2017, 8:09 pm So wait, I can possibly get a ticket for an early April date and hear this?
I believe it was only on on Sun 5th March. There are other Tillmans music and video installations that run to 12th March. The exhibition itself runs until early June.
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#55 Post by negative_0ne »

ok, it's probably old news by now.

but there's a 41 track stem remix pack for 'its a sin',
and it looks legitimate.

anybody else check it out?

also a 30+ track version of heart, and some for
what have i done to deserve this, and 2 versions
of how can you expect to be taken seriously.

later
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negative_0ne wrote: Tue 12 Jan 2021, 3:34 am but there's a 41 track stem remix pack for 'its a sin',
and it looks legitimate.

anybody else check it out?
Those tracks are genuine but they do not include the full set of the 30 tracks presented by Wolfgang Tillmans. Some tracks (e.g. the drums) are missing. Instead, there are tracks from the Miami / Latin vocal (Phil Harding's) remixes.

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negative_0ne wrote: Tue 12 Jan 2021, 3:34 am ok, it's probably old news by now.

but there's a 41 track stem remix pack for 'its a sin',
and it looks legitimate.

anybody else check it out?

Depends on where to check it...

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negative_0ne wrote: Tue 12 Jan 2021, 3:34 am ok, it's probably old news by now.

but there's a 41 track stem remix pack for 'its a sin',
and it looks legitimate.

anybody else check it out?

also a 30+ track version of heart, and some for
what have i done to deserve this, and 2 versions
of how can you expect to be taken seriously.

later
-1
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Greendrake wrote: Tue 12 Jan 2021, 8:16 am
negative_0ne wrote: Tue 12 Jan 2021, 3:34 am but there's a 41 track stem remix pack for 'its a sin',
and it looks legitimate.

anybody else check it out?
Those tracks are genuine but they do not include the full set of the 30 tracks presented by Wolfgang Tillmans. Some tracks (e.g. the drums) are missing. Instead, there are tracks from the Miami / Latin vocal (Phil Harding's) remixes.
Listen to some of the It's A Sin stems on headphones, turn the volume up and you can hear Chris chatting in the background.

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#60 Post by negative_0ne »

Greendrake wrote: Tue 12 Jan 2021, 8:16 am
negative_0ne wrote: Tue 12 Jan 2021, 3:34 am but there's a 41 track stem remix pack for 'its a sin',
and it looks legitimate.

anybody else check it out?
Those tracks are genuine but they do not include the full set of the 30 tracks presented by Wolfgang Tillmans. Some tracks (e.g. the drums) are missing. Instead, there are tracks from the Miami / Latin vocal (Phil Harding's) remixes.
cool, yes, i noticed that in the labels of the tracks.

still, it's pretty accurate, and you can still create your own remixes pretty well from them.

a google search should help people find this, if they want to experiment.

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