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Sachiko M-sinewaves, contact mike

Ami Yoshida-voices


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Label: erstwhile
Catalog ID: erstwhile 024
Squidco Product Code: 918

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2002
Country: USA
Packaging: Jewel Tray
Track 1 recorded at Club Metro, Kyoto on 14 Sep 2001. Tracks 2 & 3 recorded at Off Site, Tokyo on 2nd Feb 2002.

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Sachiko M (Ground Zero, ISO, Cathode) pairs off with Ami Yoshida (who can be heard on the excellent 10-cd set Improvised Music from Japan for one of the most unusual vocal records you're likely to hear. Yoshida's sputters and utterances mesh perfectly with M's sinewaves and contact microphone experiments.

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1. Untitled 1 24:29

2. Untitled 2 18:09

3. Untitled 3 12:09

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Electro-Acoustic Improv
Free Improvisation
Duo Recordings
Before April-2006
Unusual Vocal Forms
Electro-Acoustic
Improvised Music
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Duo Recordings
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