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Day, Terry: Interruptions (Emanem)

Terry Day plays a wide variety of instruments including piano, saxophones, drums, cello, mandolin, voice and many more in these analogue studio recordings made between 1978 and 1981.

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product information:

UPC: 5030243412525

Label: Emanem
Catalog ID: 4125
Squidco Product Code: 6027

Format: CD
Condition: New
Released: 2006
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Jewel tray, not sealed.
All analogue studio recordings made in Amsterdam, London, Luton & Newcastle 1978 - 1981


Terry Day-piano, keyboards, alto & soprano saxophones, bamboo pipes, drums, percussion, cello, mandolin, home made instruments, balloons, toys (blowers, whackers & pluckers), African thumb piano, voice, Chinese flutes, plastic trumpet, and a Michel Waisvisz crackle box

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track listing:

1. Piano 1 2:11

2. Toy Ensemble 1:58

3. Straight Bamboo Pipe Duet 0:59

4. Bamboo Solo 1:06

5. Drums/Altos/Balloons 2:58

6. Alto With English Plastic Reed 2:10

7. Alto With American Bari Reed 1:20

8. One And Two Cellos 0:40

9. Oriental Theme 1 3:09

10. One And Three Cellos 1:44

11. Oriental Theme 2 1:58

12. Two Cello Fragments 0:39

13. Bottleneck Mandolin 1 2:06

14. Be A Good Boy 2:46

15. Theme Continued 1 3:51

16. Theme Continued 2 0:39

17. Theme Continued 3 6:17

18. The Found Chord 0:22

19. Alto/Cello/Drums 3:32

20. It Ain't My Cup Of Tea 3:37

21. Alto & Cello 3:15

22. Piano 2 1:52

23. Drums & Mandolin 1:40

24. Imperfection 2:31

25. What A Lovely Lad 5:18

26. Eaters 2:53

27. Soprano 1 & 2 3:34

28. Crackle Box And Altos 2:01

29. Crackle & Bamboo 1:28

30. Spliced Balloons 2:17

31. Bottleneck Mandolin 2 3:56

32. Eric 2:43

Related Categories of Interest:

London & UK Free Improvisation Scene
Cultural Musics from Around the World
Solo Artist Recordings
Piano & Keyboards
Percussion & Drums
EMANEM & psi
April, 2006
Objects and Home-made Instruments

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descriptions, reviews, &c.

"Terry Day was a founding member of the People Band and its pre-cursers in the 1960s. He subsequently worked with several leading improvisers such as Maarten Altena, Derek Bailey, Fred van Hove, Maggie Nicols, John Russell and John Stevens. He was a member of numerous groups including the Four Pullovers, Alterations, the Promenaders, Company, Kahondo Style and the Loverly Band. His activities have been curtailed since the late 1980s due to ill health. Before that he was a compelling force on a wide variety of instruments, as can be heard on this collection."-Emanem

"Toying with the idea of multi-tracking during the 1970s, 1978 arrived. The initial aim was to use a 24-track system plus technical assistance (optimism). My thanks to the Arts Council of Great Britain for providing finances to record and to Steim Studio who provided a 4-track and further finances. Also thanks to Nico Bes who taught me to 'do it myself' and press buttons. 'With a hiss, a click, and a drop in; 'clodhoppers and exquisites'; the birth pangs begin' - and the goat tends to eat everything with equal pleasure and taste."-Terry Day

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