Known as a percussionist, Bay Area improviser Charles K. Noyes' first part of his Crimes In High Places is performed on electric & resonator guitars plus amplified guqin, expanding on the innovations of Derek Bailey in free-form non-idiomatic playing as he works to create a personal language on the instrument, presenting a dark and creatively foreboding vision.
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Label: zOaR Records
Catalog ID: ZCD 061
Squidco Product Code: 30648
Recorded in Shohola, Pennsylvania,
Charles K. Noyes-electric guitar
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Charles K. Noyes is a percussionist who is associated with Bay Area improvisers including Henry Kaiser, Weasel Walter, Sang-Won Park. He has released a number of solo albums, and is a member of the Invite the Spirit trio.-Squidco 1/19/2022
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1. Unsportsmanlike Conduct 03:42
2. A Tale Of Unforgiving Light 06:42
3. That Trick With Mirrors 19:00
4. Empty Bottles And Broken Hearts 04:55
5. Broken Bottles And Empty Hearts 09:58
6. Tear-Stained Sleeve 01:07
7. Worlds end 06:55
8. Psychosomatic 08:53
9. A Tale Of Coruscating Light 10:41
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"Crimes In High Places, Part 1" is Charles K. Noyes' attempt at fashioning a personal guitar language for the 21st century. Expanding on the innovations of Derek Bailey, his playing is equal parts 'electric' and 'guitar'."-ZoAr
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