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Chamaeleo Vulgaris: Ouverture Facile  <i>[Used Item]</i> (Leo Lab)

"You better strap in for this one: it's a relentlessly post-modern excursion into the possibilities of noise, of static, of crossed expectations. Tenor saxophonist Bertrand Denzler is on hand, and he is a fine musician with a raw intens...
 

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UPC: 5024792006120

Label: Leo Lab
Catalog ID: LEO LAB 061
Squidco Product Code: 20426

Format: CD
Condition: VG+
Released: 1999
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Jewel Case
Recorded at the Poste de transformation de la rue Bachelet, rue Labat, at la Moskowa and at the Instant Chavires.

This is a USED (previously owned) item

Personnel:

Simon Pillar-cello

Frank Vaillant-drums

Gilbert Roggi-drums, percussion

Frederick Galiay-electric bass, electronics, voice

Jean-Sebastien Mariage-guitar, electronics

Bertrand Perrin-sampler, keyboard

Bertrand Denzler-tenor saxophone, effects, electronics

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track listing:


1. Sermo Generalis 6:08

2. Les Levres 2:05

3. La Seve 3:19

4. Fornit Some Fornus 6:54

5. La Clef 1:01

6. Virgule 0:09

7. Tout Doit Disparaître 6:02

8. Stella Herma 2:27

9. Plug Your Massive Erotism 4:56

10. Miniature I 1:31

11. La Gorge 2:13

12. Miniature II 1:26

13. Jungfrau 3:10

14. Ouverture Facile 9:44

15. Miniature III 2:17

16. Orly Bros 2:37

17. Lucas Shaman Dayak 4:23

18. Exit 5:00

19. ?? 5:18




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"You better strap in for this one: it's a relentlessly post-modern excursion into the possibilities of noise, of static, of crossed expectations. Tenor saxophonist Bertrand Denzler is on hand, and he is a fine musician with a raw intensity and a fiery attack. He is surrounded here by wild and unusual sounds, courtesy Bertrand Perrin (sampler), Frederick Galiay (electric bass and electronic thingies) and Jean-Sebastien Mariage (more electronics, plus guitar). Denzler himself contributes some of the effects, which the sound of a howling, chuffing animal to a keening and chaos that could serve as the soundtrack to an earthquake movie, complete with rumbles and groans from the deep, static as if from a poor radio signal, far away vacant random noises, howls from hell, thrashing chaos, and simple hiss. In and out of this stalk the instrumentalists. Galiay has a fine bowed string solo on "miniature I." Denzler burns through the middle portion of "Sermo Generalis." Mariage has a goodmoment on "Les Levres." And they shine here and there all through. This is a formidable chunk of sound from the outer edges."-Robert Spencer, allaboutjazz.com


Artist Biographies:
"Bertrand Denzler is a tenor saxophone player. He has played in Europe and Latin America both as a solo act and with musicians such as Xavier Charles, Peter Frils Nielsen, Jean-Luc Guionnet, Barry Guy, Ninh Lê Quan, Urs Leimgruber, Günter Müller, Bob Ostertag, Norbert Pfammatter, Hasse Poulsen, Mark Sanders, Mathieu Werchowski, and Otomo Yoshihide. He is a member of the groups Hubbub, Nanocluster, Laps, Denzler-Mariage, A3/1, and Chamaeleo Vulgaris. He has put out a number of compact discs on various labels."-ActuelleCD.com (http://www.actuellecd.com/en/bio/denzler_be/)
6/5/2017

 
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