Z'EV ‎– 1968-1990: One Foot In The Grave

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Touch ‎– TO:13
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2 × CD, Compilation
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1-01 Z'EV Forbuki 3:28
1-02.1 Stefan Weisser Book Of Love Being Written As They Touched
Recorded By – Christopher GrulichVoice – Carol Schaler, Emi Ozaki, Faryl Bell*, Ilyse Feder, Judy Parks, Lorry Benjamin, Margaret Pethick, Mary Ann Melchert
1:31
1-02.2 Stefan Weisser As Is As 1:15
1-02.3 Stefan Weisser Instill
Engineer [Recording And Replay Engineer] – Carl StoneVoice – Rebecca Navarre, S.Weisser*, Susan Sharpe-Fitzgibbons, William Jackson (4)
1:34
1-02.4 Stefan Weisser 9 Feathers Floating 1:06
1-02.5 Stefan Weisser Oomoonoon: Dancing On The Brink Of The Word #1 0:44
1-02.6 Stefan Weisser Spatial Poetics 1:48
1-02.7 Stefan Weisser Oomoonoon: Dancing On The Brink Of The Word #2
Recorded By – Stephen Moore (4)
1:35
1-03 Stefan Weisser The Mountain Looked At The Mountain... And Slipped Away To Sea
Remix – A.McKenzie*, Z'EV
3:52
1-04 Stefan Weisser OK, Get Rid Of That 0:44
1-05 Z'EV So 1:31
1-06 Cellar-M Bleedfat
Effects [Hole/e Concussion, Power Tools], Tape [Voice Tapes], Voice – S.Weisser*Recorded By – Oliver Di Cittio*Synthesizer [Buchla, Tcherepnin, Echoplex Drum Synthesizer], Voice – Naut HumonVoice [Main], Synthesizer [Tcherepnin], Effects [Echoplex], Tape – Will Jackson*
5:10
1-07 'TO' Big Wave
Effects [Concussion] – S.Weisser*Synthesizer [Tcherepnin], Guitar [Screwdriver Guitar], Effects [Echoplex], Tape, Voice, Autoharp [Taishigoto] – Will Jackson*
1:40
1-08 Stefan Weisser Sound Of Wind And Limb 2:19
1-09 Yoel Live At The 'Fab Mab' 3:11
1-10 Rax Werx In The Compound
Recorded By – Rex Probe
1:38
1-11 Z'EV Radio Station KPFK
Recorded By – Carl Stone
2:32
1-12 Z'EV Shake Rattle & Roll
Featuring [Video Studio] – Nik FaultRecorded By [Audio] – Rex Probe
6:05
1-13 Z'EV First 30 Minutes 1:37
1-14 Z'EV Metal Bizondere Plastik 2:57
1-15 Z'EV Hottest Night
Recorded By – Paul Young (7)Technician [Microphones] – Rex Probe
4:18
1-16 uns BRC 2:25
1-17.1 Z'EV Lust/Unlust 1
Engineer – Greg CurryProducer – Charles Ball
1:00
1-17.2 Z'EV Lust/Unlust 2
Engineer – Greg CurryProducer – Charles Ball
1:05
1-17.3 Z'EV Lust/Unlust 3
Engineer – Greg CurryProducer – Charles Ball
0:48
1-17.4 Z'EV Lust/Unlust 4
Engineer – Greg CurryProducer – Charles Ball
0:59
1-18 uns Strange Girl 3:18
1-19 Z'EV Flew Ting 1:26
1-20 Z'EV Documenta 6:54
1-21 Z'EV Light Of Metal Sounding
Recorded By – Michelle Hout
3:56
1-22 Z'EV Gronigen Mix
Percussion [Additional] – Ger Van De BeukenRecorded By [Source] – Dick Lucas
2:45
1-23 Z'EV Under The Hammer #1
Drum Programming – Naut HumonDrum Programming, Human Beatbox – Z'EVEngineer [Original Recording] – Aldric
1:52
2-01 Z'EV Short Wave 1:25
2-02 Z'EV Pieces
Recorded By – Marianne Brouwer
4:12
2-03 Z'EV The Erl King
Featuring [Interactive Video Piece Produced By] – Roberta FriedmanRecorded By – Eliza Pauley, Paul Blank (2)
5:33
2-04 Z'EV Beautiful Music
Recorded By – Van Lagestein
12:15
2-05 Z'EV Lightning Music
Recorded By – Aadam L. Jacobs*
3:27
2-06 Z'EV Following In The Footsteps
Performer [Footsteps] – Ria Higler
3:45
2-07 Z'EV Under The Hammer #2
Drum Programming – Naut HumonDrum Programming, Human Beatbox – Z'EVEngineer [Original Recording] – Aldric
3:14
2-08 Z'EV Bel's
Mixed By – Naut Humon, Z'EV
7:35
2-09 Mother Tongue Words
Recorded By – Andrew McKenzieVoice – Doro Franck
4:04
2-10 Mother Tongue Conches
Conch – Z'EVHorn [Steer Horn] – Andrew McKenzieVoice – Doro Franck
1:05
2-11 Z'EV Tattoo 6:38
2-12 uns Aldo's Bar
Recorded By – Naut HumonTechnician [Mic.] – Rex Probe
4:56
2-13 uns Says
Recorded By – Paul Young (7)Technician [Mikes] – Rex Probe
5:13
2-14 Magneet Bond Magneet For Organ And Bond 3:59
2-15 uns Boxes 2:03
2-16 uns Past 2 Days
Recorded By – Merle Stier
6:02
2-17 uns Save The What? 3:34

Credits

  • DesignSimon Staines
  • Edited By [First Assembly]Andrew McKenzie
  • Edited By [First Assembly], Mixed By [Transfer To Digital], Mastered By [Final Edit], Liner NotesZ'EV
  • Mastered By [Final Edit], Artwork [Editor]Jon Wozencroft
  • Mixed By [Transfer To Digital]Naut Humon

Notes

First assembly by Andrew McKenzie and Z'EV at the Suitcase Studios, Amsterdam, early January 1988.
Transfer to digital January 23/24/25, 1989, Rhythm & Noise Compound, San Francisco, by Naut Humon & Z'EV.
Final edit: Jon Wozencroft and Z'EV, A Studios, London, begun June 11, finished December 16 & 17, 1990.

Packaged in cardboard box with 124-page booklet, containing a short history; interviews with Z’EV; excerpts of translation works by Z'EV; lyrics; writings by or about Z’EV; discography and recording information; reviews; photos; etc.

Recording information
CD1
1-01 Recorded 28 April 1990, Recommended Records' shop, Wandsworth Road, London. Digital recording by Touch.
1-02.1 Recorded 14 March 1975, “Second Generation Show”, Museum of Conceptual Art, San Francisco.
1-02.2 Produced 19 February 1976, home studio, 1523 4th Avenue, Oakland.
1-02.3 Recorded 19 March 1976, Theatre Vanguard, LA. Assembled in July 81 at OD Studios, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
1-02.4 Produced August 1977, home studio, 1523 4th Avenue, Oakland.
1-02.5 Recorded 19 Sept. 1977, Umunhum Room No.342, University of California, San Jose. First released in an edition of 25 in 1978 by Union Gallery, CSUSJ.
1-02.6 Recorded 19 Nov. 1977, La Mamelle/Mission and Van Ness Streets, San Francisco. Part of the first “West Coast International Sound Poetry Festival”.
1-02.7 Recorded 29 March 1978, Umunhum Room No.342, University of California, San Jose. from a 22 1/2 minute mix done for 'Audio Edition' release (ibid).
1-03 Produced on 21 Aug. 1981 at OD Studios, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Original recording: First performed 17 March 1969 (not 1967) during 'Language Events' at California State College, Long Beach. Half of the audience were saying "the mountain looked", and the other half "at the mountain" - the performers were listening.
1-04 Recorded Oct. 1983, Corps de Garde, Gronigen, The Netherlands.
1-05 Produced August 1984, Studio 82K, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
1-06 Recorded 15 September 1975, The Roundhouse (later known as 'The Compound'), Hunter's Point, San Francisco.
1-07 Recorded April 1977, the Saturday before Easter Sunday, International Trade Center, Tokyo.
1-08 Recorded 25 November 1977 (full moon), Works Gallery, San Jose.
1-09 Recorded April/May 1978 at the Mabuhay, San Francisco
1-10 Original recordings during soundchecks of the “Rax Werx” circa 1978
1-11 Recorded and broadcast 18 February 1978, with thanks to Phil Mendohlson.
1-12 Recorded 15th Aug. 1978, at Nik Fault's video studio in the old Carnation Milk building on 3rd St. in SF. Performance was videotaped.
1-13 Original recording August 1984 from the 1st recordings of the completed '50 Gates'.
1-14 Recorded 12 November 1980, Fountainzaal, Melkweg, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
1-15 Recorded 12 Feb. 1981, Savoy Tivoli, San Francisco.
1-16 Produced August/September 1981 at OD Studios, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
1-17.1-4 Produced March/April 1981 of original recordings at Sorcerer Sound, NYC.
1-18 Produced August/September 1981 at OD Studios, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
1-19 Produced August 1984, Studio 82K, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
1-20 Recorded 22 June 1982, Documenta No.7, Kassel, West Germany. Thanks to Carmen Knobel for arranging the performance.
1-21 Recorded 6 Dec. 1982, Martinson Hall, Public Theatre, NYC, as part of the Language/Noise series produced by Lynn Holst. Z’EV chose to perform with Peter Van Ryper and Jackson MacLow.
1-22 Produced 10 March 1983 from material recorded earlier that night at the Grand Theatre, Groningen, The Netherlands during the Elemental Music tour - 9 March to 5 April 1983. A Corps de Garde production.
1-23 Produced Spring 1988, Studio 82K, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Original recordings Winter 1984 in the Compound, San Francisco.
CD2
2-01 Produced August 1984, Studio 82K, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
2-02 Produced in 1987 (probably not 12 February) at Theatre School, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Original recorded 12 February 1984 (not 4 April 1983), performance/installation at Rijksmuseum Kroller Muller, Otterloo, The Netherlands.
2-03 Recorded 11 August 1984, parking lot adjacent to 131 W 21st St., NYC. Final shooting of material for 'The Erl King', an interactive video piece produced by Roberta Friedman.
2-04 Recorded 10,13 June 1985, Kleine zaal, Concertgebouw, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Last 12 minutes of the 2nd night.
2-05 Recorded 1 March 1986, NAME Gallery, Chicago, Illinois. Part of their 'Art and Alchemy' show.
2-06 Recorded 16 June 1987 (not May/June), recorded in studio 2.5 of the Theatre School, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
2-07 Produced Spring 1988, Studio 82K, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Original recordings Winter 1984 in the Compound, San Francisco.
2-08 Original recorded in 1981, OD Studios, Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Remixed August 1988 at the Compound, San Francisco.
2-09 Recorded 14 November 1987, Triple X studios, Park Royal, London.
2-10 Recorded 13 November 1987, Triple X studios, Park Royal, London.
2-11 Recorded 28 April 1990, Recommended Records' shop, Wandsworth Road, London. Digital recording by Touch.
2-12 Recorded 17 March 1980, Aldo's Bar on Broadway, San Francisco.
2-13 Recorded 12 Feb. 1981 at the Savoy Tivoli, San Francisco.
2-14 Produced 22 June 1981, OD Studios, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.
2-15 Produced August/September 1981 at OD Studios, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
2-16 Recorded 24 May 1982 (not June), Martinson Hall, Public Theatre, NYC.
2-17 Recorded 19 Sept. 1982, Het Apollohuis, Eindhoven, The Netherlands.

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TO:13³ Z'EV The Ghost Of One Foot In The Grave(2xCD, Comp, Ltd, Num, RE) Touch TO:13³ UK 1997 Sell This Version

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