Re: jujikan: hanatarash
- 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.
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> 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
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