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  1. David Van Tieghem has been played over 30 times on NTS, first on 3 February David Van Tieghem's music has been featured on 31 episodes. 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.
  2. These Things Happen (Album) Composed by David Van Tieghem for Fait Accompli Recorded by Warner Bros. Records Inc. - 1. Number One/Hunted Animals 2. Men's Line/The Women 3. Remote Viewing 4. Beyond Knowledge and Power 5. Untitled/These Things Happen 6. Boxing 7. The Skyway/Scavengers/Two Worlds 8. Dark Passage/Phantom Power/Fait Accompli.
  3. But the thing that always steps back David Van Tieghem is the poor production, noneless this may not be his purpose, but, particulary, this album stays in a better production position than Safety In Numbers, but not as compromising as his debut masterpiece These Things Happen/5(8).
  4. David Van Tieghem is a percussionist, nominally speaking, but as far as he's concerned, everything on earth is a percussion instrument. On this album, which features a variety of found sounds (including radio transmissions) mixed in with more conventional instruments, Van Tieghem plays a wine bottle, a hair comb, metal ashtrays, and balloons, among other things.9/
  5. David Van Tieghem discography and songs: Music profile for David Van Tieghem, born 21 April Genres: Electronic, Spoken Word. Albums include Perfect Lives (An Opera for Television by Robert Ashley), A Diamond Hidden in the Mouth of a Corpse, and These Things Happen.
  6. Label: Warner Bros. Records - 9 • Format: Cassette Album • Country: US • Genre: Electronic, Rock, Pop • Style: Avantgarde David Van Tieghem - These Things Happen (, Cassette) | Discogs.
  7. May 05,  · referencing These Things Happen, LP, Album, , 9 Someone, somewhere, *please* reissue this damn thing on CD! An absolutely brilliant, uncategorizable, experimental work of percussive tics, studio-forged exotica, otherworldly sounds, and insectile electronics, with a vague 'fourth-world' luminescence & more ideas crammed into each /5(71).

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