The Listening Booth presents...

Jane P Perry

Release 29. 1st February 2015
Track 1.
Alley Frogs
2015 ; 2m38s

Alley Frogs is a field recording from Lapidge Alley in the Mission District of San Francisco, on the evening of March 31, 2011. Please use headphone/buds.
Best Experienced: Daily commute, meditating, working out, running, relaxing with focused attention in a quiet setting

Track 2.
Luray Stalacpipe Organ
2015 ; 1m25s

The Great Stalacpipe Organ is identified in Trevor Cox’s The Sound Book as one of the sonic wonders of the world. It is nestled deep underground amongst the water-dripping stalactite’s of the Luray Caverns in Virginia. The Stalacpipe Organ’s acoustic resonance is created from rubber plungers that tap one of thirty seven individual stalactite formations, most of which have been filed to produce the scale of notes you hear. Please use headphone/buds.
Best Experienced: Meditating, daily commute, working out, or relaxing with focused attention in a quiet setting

Jane P Perry is an artist, storyteller, and child advocate. she creates narratives using audio field recordings to tell stories. Sometimes she uses collage to weave a sound composition, sometimes she uses raw footage. Perry is interested in how audio opens our imagination. You can find her at https://storytellinginsound.wordpress.com/ and https://twitter.com/oaklandjane