2012:47807: Serving the Community – A two-disc audio guide adventure through the city of Terre Haute, IN

“…The Hautean Egret has never been caught, caged, and inhibited.”
– Steve Kash “The Hautean Egret”

Produced entirely within the enchanted city of Terre Haute, Indiana; 2012:47807: is the Midwestern offering of the ongoing 2012:Site-Specific audio project. Since beginning the work on this segment of the project in 2009, producer (+_m) has recorded many of the interesting characters who have helped to create his adventure in the city.  This audio collection features contributions from individuals who live in, or were simply just passing through, Terre Haute.  Some folks added chatter, some sang, and some made noise. All contributed to a unique lexicon of recordings that were then refined and lastly turned into audio tracks that are ready for public consumption.

2012:47807: Serving the Community // (2012)
release date: 02/03/2012 – Physical (run of 360) & Digital

Sleeve/Liner Notes (design & layout by Sasha-K)
[click images to enlarge detail]

Featuring (alphabetically):

  • A  Dante Johnson – vocals 2:11
  • Alice Forehand – vocals 1:4, 1:5, 2:17, 2:18, backing vocals 1:20
  • Ben Christjansen – vocals 1:4, 1:10, 1:18, 2:3, 2:10, 2:12, 2:20; vocal samples 1:17, 2:13; backing vocals 2:17
  • Brad Kelly – bass guitar 1:8, 1:12, 2:8
  • Brian Lee Whisenhunt – vocal sample 1:4
  • Chris Foote – live drums 1:10, 1:12, 1:14, 1:15, 1:17, 1:19, 2:2, 2:3, 2:4, 2:20, 2:21
  • Codie Snyder – saxophone 1:12, 2:8, 2:10
  • Dr. Carl Klarner – guitar sample 1:7, 1:8;  vocal sample 1:8, 1:11; additional noise samples 1:11
  • Dr. Thunder – vocals / ukelele 1:9
  • DUDE – vocals 1:6, 1:8, 1:9, 1:11, 1:21, 2:3, 2:12, 2:17; vocal sample 2:4, 2:18; tuba 2:2
  • Dustin Funk – vocals 2:19; vocal sample 2:20
  • Gigante – turntables 1:12, 1:20, 2:7, 2:8, 2:10
  • Grantley Wells – synth samples 1:16; synthesizers 1:17; vocals 1:17
  • Jeff Beckman – vocal sample 1:4, 1:5
  • Judy Francis – vocals 1:19; vocal sample 2:5
  • Kelley McKay – gang vocals 1:12
  • Kenye Fudiyah – vocals 1:8, 2:10
  • L-Quiet – vocals 1:13, 1:17; vocal samples 1:16
  • Lucy Burrows – vocal sample 2:6 Mark Long – vocals, harmonica, guitars 1:21
  • Mark Stalcup – vocals 2:1; vocal sample 2:2
  • Matthew Wilson – gang vocals 1:12 Mike Myers – guitars 2:19, 2:20
  • Mr. Smeckles – vocal sample 1:21; audio production 2:10
  • Rev. Walter Beck III – vocals 1:22
  • RiteSedJed – vocal sample (via turntables) 1:12, 1:20; vocals 1:20, 2:9; audio production 2:9
  • Robyn Morton – chatter sample 2:2
  • Sara Noe – gang vocals 1:21; vocal sample 2:2
  • Sarah Long – flute 1:12, 2:6, 2:8; vocals 2:7, 2:8, 2:10; gang vocals 1:12, 1:21; backing vocals 1:21; vocal sample 1:22,2:5
  • Sasha Krasutskaya – vocal sample 1:3, 1:4, 1:11, 1:20, 1:22
  • Scott Novotney – violin 1:6, 1:8, 1:9, 2:6, 2:10
  • Steve Allen – sampled vocal* 2:9
  • Steve Ka$h – vocals 2:2; vocal sample 2:5; vocal sample (via turntables) 2:7, 2:8
  • Steve Martin – sampled vocal* 2:9
  • The Phantom Blazer – vocals 2:16 Tony Z – child’s xylophone / vocal sample 1:11
  • Troy Wilkinson – vocal sample 2:10
  • Umba Maloba – vocals 1:12, 1:15, 1:20; vocal sample 1:14
  • Uncle Noah – vocal sample 2:6
  • XmaSafari – vocals 1:7, 2:4, 2:6; guitars 1:7, 1:11, 2:6; vocal sample 1:8; backing vocals 1:11; vocal sample 1:13, 2:5

Track listing is as follows:
DISC 1:
01. 2wenty2welve Industries ID (47807_Disc 1)
02. Sobasically
03. Indiana.
04. Reality Is Imaginary
05. Get Bent (On Your Knees) [Praise on Haute Redux ]
06. The Housephones
07. I Know
08. Terre Haute Life
09. More Level
10. Making Our Dreams [Christjansen Edit]
11. Into The Night
12. Electric Tiem
13. Obnoxy_(Make Nice)
14. Gottagimeat
15. All Eyes on Me
16. TapTapTap
17. Walk It Off
18. Brights
19. Cancan While You Still Can
20. Klepto Hands
21. Give Take
22. City Life Through Neon Lights* (*Secret Track)

DISC 2:
01. 2wenty2welve Industries ID (47807_Disc 2)
02. The Hautean Egret
03. Pay for the Party
04. Slow Life
05. Poetry at the Grounds
06. Dude, I’m in Terre Haute [Theme]
07. Desiderata 2012
08. Imaginary Desire
09. Excuse Me!, Terre Haute.
10. In the Air Tonight
11. There is No Exit
12. First Contact
13. There You Go
14. Car Trouble (Breakdown #1)
15. Crowshendo
16. Paradise’s Children
17. JAM!
18. Crows+Trains+Meth
19. Untitled Sonnet about Terre Haute
20. Are You Listening?
21. The Perfect Ending

*Declaration of Samples:
1) Audio sample of Steve Martin & Steve Allen via “The Steve Allen Comedy Hour” (1980) [Sample used on Disc 2: Track 9]

Additional Credits/Notes:
1) Disc 1: Track 04 features spoken word containing various excerpts from works by E.E Cummings
2) Disc 2: Track 07 is a rendition of “Desiderata”, a prose poem written by Max Ehrmann (1927)
3) Disc 2: Track 10 borrows the chorus from “In the Air Tonight” written by Phil Collins, released in 1981

All tracks produced by (+_m), except:
1) Disc 2: Track 09 produced by (+_m) & RiteSedJed
2) Disc 2: Track 10 produced by (+_m) & Mr. Smeckles

Produced by (+_m) & 2wenty2welve Industries / Engineered by (+_m) at The Mill, Terre Haute IN | Copyright 2012 2wenty2welve Industries / Myke Flaherty / UnderNewYork http://www.2wenty2welveIndustries.com | Mastered at Dryhill Studios by Andris Balins: andris@dryhillstudios.com  | Packaging & Design by Sasha-K: email@Sasha-K.com

Thanks!:
Sasha-K for making it  happen; Joe Weber and Mystery Systems for providing a place to cook; WMHD Radio, Todd Nation, Sarah Long, Tim & Todd at Big Picture Printing, ALL of our friends for helping out in every way imaginable, The Speakeasy Conversation Bar, Deadly Beautiful, Mr. Smeckles, Smoke & Peace, T.H.E.M for finally getting something going, And to everyone in Terre Haute, IN who has supported the 2012:47807: project.

Additional Info:
“We did it here, in Terre Haute.  I must mention that this was not my effort alone; everyone contributed, in so many ways, everything from scheduling, recording, releasing, and promoting.  Individual talents are what made this project a completely original work. By letting anyone to participate, and by exclusively recording this project in Terre Haute, we have created an amazing audio product that is distinctly local, and could not have been created anywhere else. I want to note that each participant created their own part. There was no censorship in content or push for the perfect recording take, there was only their desire to express. There were no specifications in terms of what genres and musical styles could be used. Everything that came in was raw and unrehearsed, and then processed into the songs that populate the album. The city spoke for itself, and I would not have been able to record these people and their contributions anywhere else in the world. This is literally the sound of Terre Haute.”
– (+_m)

To date the project has produced this Double Album, 3 Remix Kits, a Video EP, 2 Maxi-Singles, numerous Social Events & Performances, and a flattering amount of passive aggression. “2012” is the prefix, and “47807” is the postal code for Terre Haute, IN where (+_m) and friends currently hold a studio, hence the segment, or “band”, “2012:47807:“ The number 2012 can either signify the year this project ends or can be an example of a number that cannot be written as a sum of 3 squares.

Trivia:
1. “Get Bent (On Your Knees)[Praise on Haute Redux]” is originally by 23 Wattkins, a collaborative project with RiteSedJed & Myke Flaherty

AUDIO DOWNLOAD: (click the image to open media player and download):
2012: 47807: Serving the Community (2012)
release date: 02/03/2012 (Physical & Digital)

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More about the 2012:Site-Specific: project here:
The 2012:Site-Specific: Recording Project

If you enjoy our audios, videos, & events, and want us to make more, please consider donating to our project. All of our audio is free for you to enjoy and download.

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