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Charlemagne Palestine, Terry Jennings, Tony Conrad, Robert Feldman, Rhys Chatham - Sharing A Sonority (Golden 4) album

Charlemagne Palestine, Terry Jennings, Tony Conrad, Robert Feldman, Rhys Chatham - Sharing A Sonority (Golden 4) album
Performer: Charlemagne Palestine
Title: Sharing A Sonority (Golden 4)
Released: 2008
Style: Drone, Experimental, Minimal, Avantgarde
Genre: Electro / Classical
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 318
MP3 size: 1526 mb
FLAC size: 1349 mb

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1 Charlemagne Palestine, Terry Jennings Short And Sweet 11:13
2 Charlemagne Palestine, Robert Feldman Electronic And Flute 5:56
3 Fundamental D Flat Group Db
Performer – Charlemagne Palestine, Rhys Chatham, Tony Conrad

Companies, etc.

  • Pressed By – Sonopress Arvato – 52597313


Released in a Digipak.

Track 1 recorded April 24, 1974.
Track 2 recorded around 1967.
Track 3 recorded April 22-23, 1974.

Part 4 of The Golden Research (Charlemagne Palestine Archive Series).

Edition of 1000 copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout: [Sonopress Arvato logo] 52597313/28NMN.068 21
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB47
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 0788
  • Rights Society: SIAE

Terry Jennings' soprano sax is very elaborated and decorative. Around 1967, Charlemagne was experimenting mainly with voice and electronics. He also occasionally recorded piano and sax improvisations with his friend Bob Feldman. This CD featured a very special duo by Palestine and Feldman playing electronics and flute. The two artists met in 1961 when Bob Feldman worked in a jazz record shop in the Times Square subway station. Palestine didn't know much about jazz and Feldman guided him through the new progressive jazz styles of the times. Later at the Intermedia Center of NYU where.

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Tracklist: 1-1 First 41:27 2-1 Second 60:00 3-1 Third 52:35. This is the first recorded collaboration between Charlemagne Palestine and Rhys Chatham. After the musical meeting with Tony Conrad (SR204), and with Z'ev (SR340), this new Sub Rosa session creates a trilogy. Chatham also played with Tony Conrad in an early version of Conrad's group, The Dream Syndicate. By 1977, Chatham's music was heavily influenced by punk rock, having seen an early Ramones concert. He was particularly intrigued by and influential upon the group of artists music critics would label No Wave in 1978.

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Tony Conrad (b. 1941) is one of the most compelling figures in 20th century music, a profoundly influential composer whose radical styles resist textbook definitions and challenge accepted notions of the minimalist canon. In 1962 he co-founded the groundbreaking ensemble known as the Dream Syndicate. Wielding a drone both aggressively confrontational and subtly mesmerizing, he and his collaborators - including La Monte Young and future Velvet Underground co-founders John Cale and Angus MacLise - created some of the most revolutionary music of that – or any - decade. Tony Conrad - Charlemagne Palestine - Rhys CHATHAM - Terry Jennings. Sharing a Sonority CD €1. 0.

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