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Yasuhiro, Usui / Elliot Sharp: Volcanic Island  <i>[Used Item]</i> (Bakamo)

"What a noisy heaven. Usui and Sharp could not find a better title for this documentation of their volcanic meeting that was recorded in New York in July 2003. Sharp, on the right channel, and Usui, on the left channel, create so many s...
 

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Label: Bakamo
Catalog ID: BKM-003
Squidco Product Code: 19667

Format: CD
Condition: VG+
Released: 2005
Country: Japan
Packaging: Jewel Case
Recorded at Loho Studios in New York City, New York, on July 4th, 2003 by Jason Condier.

This is a USED (previously owned) item

Personnel:

Usui Yasuhiro-electrinc guitar (left channel)

Elliot Sharp-electric guitar (right channel)

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track listing:


1. Ue 7:46

2. Yusui 6:07

3. moQsan 11:33

4. Zenso 7:32

5. Mui 8:41

6. Kazanto 14:33





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"What a noisy heaven. Usui and Sharp could not find a better title for this documentation of their volcanic meeting that was recorded in New York in July 2003. Sharp, on the right channel, and Usui, on the left channel, create so many stormy noises and seismic eruptions on their electric guitars, grinding the strings, pushing them into feedback cacophony, sliding them with obscene objects, and provoking a lot of mysterious sound terrains; all done so intensely that you need. The six tracks are built in almost organic manner. The two guitarists feel in the dark for similar lines, and than delve head-on into them, daring to experience any avenue and welcome any mysterious sound. The outcome is somewhere between the spontaneous improvisations of Derek Bailey and the free-form metallic wall of sounds of Keiji Haino, with whom Sharp has performed in the past. Their open and swift communication is another reason to enjoy this clamorous summit. This disc is certainly not for the faint ofheart, but is very satisfying for the fierce ones."-Eyal Hareuveni, allaboutjazz.com


 
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