Various ‎– Blocks Of Consciousness And The Unbroken Continuum

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Sound 323 ‎– dvd3231
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1 Keith Rowe Derby Dance Center, 23 November 2003 11:25
2 Evan Parker St Michael And All Angels, Chiswick, London, 11 October 2001 12:43
3 Birdyak Freedom Of The City, Conway Hall, London, 4 May 2002
Performer – Bob Cobbing, Hugh Metcalfe, Jennifer Pike, Lol Coxhill
6:14
4 John Tilbury Ongaku, St Cyprians, London, 25 November, 2003 10:15
5 Anton Lukoszevieze & Eddie Prévost Freedom Of The City, Conway Hall, London, 6 May 2002 11:39
6 Broken Consort Whitworth Gallery, Manchester, 20 July 2003
Performer – Mark Wastell, Matt Davis, Rhodri Davies
15:32
7 Jérôme Noetinger The Termite Club, Adelphi Public House, Leeds, 26 March 2004 15:06
8 John Butcher Swinging Vane, St Michael And All Angels, Chiswick, London, 22 November 2001 9:40
9 Tetuzi Akiyama Fast Machine [For Alan Licht]
Composed By, Guitar [Amplified Wooden] – Tetuzi Akiyama
12:06
10 Nmperign Sound 323, Highgate, London, 5 June 2004 15:16

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Notes

A component of the 352-page hard cover book of the same name.
"The video on this DVD is a selection from an archive of audio-visual material collected for a forthcoming film on music-making and environmental sound. The filming technique employed — one camera, one take — has produced footage that matches the music's focused spontaneity. As such, minor imperfections are perhaps to be expected. I have not edited such moments, as any cut away from the music-making tends to disrupt viewing. The sound is from a variety of sources, much of which is audiophile quality."
Track 2 audio courtesy of Martin Davidson and Evan Parker from the CD Lines Burnt In Light.
Track 8 audio courtesy of Tim Fletcher and John Butcher.
Track 9 recorded at Ongaku, 291 Gallery, London, 15 June 2003.

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  • Other (ISBN): 978-0-9551541-0-2

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16 mai 2016
edité over 4 years ago

Great book, interesting range of writers, musicians and subjects all brought together in an unusual and almost schizophrenic design. Highly recommended, brings back memories of Sound 323 (the good ol' days!).