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Re: jujikan: hanatarash

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  • fastyouth81
    the track on the compilation is called 77up . it s really cool, kind of what vooredoms sound like with out the drums. the compilations is also really
    Message 1 of 3 , Dec 17, 2002
      the track on the compilation is called "77up". it's really cool,
      kind of what vooredoms sound like with out the drums. the
      compilations is also really informative with a timeline/breakdown of
      japanese avant-garde music. i recommend it.

      ryan

      --- In theboredoms@yahoogroups.com, sooooo spicy <idiotsalad@y...>
      wrote:
      > i got this from 23five.org, a great website dedicated
      > to "sound in the arts", and saw they recently released
      > a cd with a hanatarash track. unfortunately it
      > doesn't say what track. still, i thought people might
      > be interested so here's the info:
      >
      > JUJIKAN: 10 Hours of Sound From Japan
      > 23F/SFM 901, 2X Compact Discs: $16.98
      >
      > An exhibition companion compilation to SFMOMA's 2001
      > listening room program JUJIKAN: 10 Hours of Sound From
      > Japan, co-curated by Atau Tanaka, Ryoji Ikeda, and
      > Shunichiro Okeda. JUJIKAN's Double Compact Disc
      > companion features compositions from Tamami Toro, Pain
      > Jerk, Yasunao Tone, Nerve Net Noise, Otomo Yoshihide,
      > Atau Tanaka, i.d., Masonna, Kozo Inada, Ichiro
      > Nodaira, Hanatarash, Yuji Takahashi, Ryoji Ikeda,
      > Merzbow, Kazuo Uehara, Astro, and Testuo Furudate.
      > Comes with a 20 page booklet and original program
      > details.
      >
      >
      >
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