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Ron Geesin (born 17 December 1943, in Stevenston, Ayrshire, Scotland) is a British musician and composer, noted for his quirky creations and novel applications of sound. He is probably best known as the co-author of Pink Floyd's "Atom Heart Mother (suite)" in 1970. Geesin first collaborated with the band's Roger Waters (the two shared a love of golf) on 1970's unconventional film soundtrack Music from The Body, sampling organic sounds, albeit with tape loops rather than a… read more

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  • fun
  • <3
  • To make more powerful amplifiers, to make more powerful amplifiers, to make more powerful amplifiers...
  • atom heart mother........
  • Humans vibrate...it's all very new you know.
  • Who's have thought Stevenston could produce such a sensible chap?
  • I'd really love to hear Ron's theme tunes as used by Channel 4 (eg. Losing Track) and ATV/Central Television (eg. Basic Maths, Junior Maths etc). I love the quirky sounds and unusual chord transitions.
  • i'm interested in hearing Biting The Hand - if anyone knows of any mp3s or digital copies, please let me know!
  • :D
  • ;-)

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