A double compilation CD inspired by Otomo Yoshihide's lecture "The Role of Culture: After the Earthquake and Man-made Disasters in Fukushima", with John Tilbury, Burkhard Beins, Magda Mayas, Mark Wastell, Greg Kelley, &c. &c.
Fukushima! [2 CDs]
Label: Presqu'ille Records
Released in: France
A double compilation CD inspired by Otomo Yoshihide's lecture "The Role of Culture: After the Earthquake and Man-made Disasters in Fukushima" [see link below]. 100% of the funds raised by Presqu'ille through the sale of this record will go to japanese non-profit organizations. The line-up of the compilation: John Tilbury, Greg Kelley, Annette Krebs, Chris Abrahams, Burkhard Beins, Choi Joonyong / Jin Sangtae / Hong Chulki / Joe Foster, Mural, Magda Mayas, Mark Wastell & Jonathan McHugh, Michael Pisaro & Greg Stuart.
1-01: John Tilbury (piano). 1-02: Magda Mayas (piano). Recorded, mixed and mastered by Tony Buck in July 2011 at Pappelallee 5, Berlin and Acud Studio, Berlin. 1-03: Choi Joonyong (CD players), Joe Foster (things and stuff), Hong Chulki (without turntables), Jin Sangtae (acoustic car horns). Recorded at Dotolim, 19 September 2011, by Hong Chulki. 2-01: Burkhard Beins (analogue synthesizers, E.T., bowed chimes). Recorded and produced by Burkhard Beins in Berlin, July 2011. 2-02: Mark Wastell (Paiste 32″ Tam Tam), Jonathan McHugh (Eventide H3000). 2-03: Annette Krebs (mixing-board-feedbacks, radio, amplified objects, e-guitar), Chris Abrahams (DX7 FM synth and Vermona Mono Lancet analog synth). Selected, mixed and mastered by Annette Krebs
2-04: Musicians and spontaneous guests: Sabine Erklenz (tp), Chris Heenan (alto sax), Mike Majkowski (pitch pipes), Andrea Neumann (tp), Koen Nutters (bowed crotales), Morten Olsen (git), invited via word-of-mouth and Facebook by Johnny Chang and Morton Olsen, playing a composition by James Tenney. Recorded, mixed and mastered by Annette Krebs. 2-05: Jim Denley (flute), Kim Myhr (acoustic guitars, zithers and objects), Ingar Zach (gran cassa, percussion). 2-06: Greg Stuart (glockenspiel, bar chimes, wood blocks). Recorded, mixed and mastered by Greg Stuart. 2-07: Greg Kelley (trumpet). Album Mastering and Post Production: Christoph Amann, Amann Studios Vienna. Notes: This compilation was inspired by Otomo Yoshihide's Lecture.
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Label: Presqu'ille Records
Catalog ID: PSQ004-2
Squidco Product Code: 16178
Format: 2 CDs
Packaging: 2 CDs in a digipak
Recorded on various dates and at various locations. Mastered by Christoph Amann at Amann Studios Vienna.
Burkhard Beins-analogue synthesizers, bowed chimes, E.T.
Mark Wastell-tam tam
Jonathan McHugh-Eventide H3000
Annette Krebs-mixing, feeback, radio, amplified objects, electric guitar
Chris Abrahams-DX7 FM synth, Vermona Mono Lancet analog synth
Chris Heenan-alto saxophone
Mike Majkowski-pitch pipes
Koen Nutters-bowed crotales
Kim Myhr-acoustic guitars, zithers, objects
Ingar Zach-gran cassa, percussion
Greg Stuart-glockenspiel, bar chimes, wood blocks
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1. Dave Smith - Al contrario, by John Tilbury 34:04
2. Magda Mayas - Foreign Grey 9:11
3. Choi Joonyong, Joe Foster, Hong Chulki & Jin Sangtae - From Dotolim 14:32
1. Burkhard Beins - Counter 6:33
2. Mark Wastell & Jonathan McHugh - Eventide 6:36
3. Annette Krebs & Chris Abrahams - Duo 2:46
4. Annette Krebs - Field recording of the anti-Wall Street-demonstration in front of the Reichstag in Berlin 4:04
5. Mural (Ingar Zach, Kim Myhr, Jim Denley) - Fukushima for the Time Being 9:43
6. Michael Pisaro - The Bell-Maker, from Four Pieces for Recorded Percussion (Il faut attendre), by Greg Stuart 21:37
7. Greg Kelley - Cylindrical Mirror 7:07