Dream Interpretation (album)

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Dream Interpretation
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Compilation album by John Cale and the Theatre of Eternal Music
Released January 2002
Recorded 1965–1968
Genre Drone, experimental rock, avant-garde, ambient, minimalist
Length 53:23
Label Table of the Elements
John Cale and the Theatre of Eternal Music chronology
Day Of Niagara
(1965)
Dream Interpretation
(1965-1968)
Stainless Gamelan
(1968)
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Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

John Cale: Inside the Dream Syndicate Volume 2, Dream Interpretation, aka simply Dream Interpretation, is an album by John Cale from his tenure with the Theatre of Eternal Music. It is the second in a loose anthology of minimalist pieces, once thought lost, compiled from the tape collection of fellow minimalist Tony Conrad. The album follows Cale's debut collection Sun Blindness Music and the collaborative Dream Syndicate effort Day of Niagara. Dream Interpretation was in turn followed by Stainless Gamelan.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Dream Interpretation" - 20:35
  2. "Ex-Cathedra" - 5:05
  3. "[Untitled] For Piano" - 12:30
  4. "Carousel" - 2:34
  5. "A Midnight Rain of Green Wrens at the World's Tallest Building" - 3:21
  6. "Hot Scoria" - 9:21

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