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Jean-Luc Guionnet + Dan Warburton + Eric La Casa // Metro Pré Saint-Gervais CD

Jean-Luc Guionnet + Dan Warburton + Eric La Casa // Metro Pré Saint-Gervais CD

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We have received 4 works from Eric La Casa, a great experimental musician in Paris, France.

This work is a live sound source that he performed on the Paris subway with a violin and saxophonist.Includes two deep listening sound drones that make full use of the acoustics of the subway.Digipak and shrink specifications.

 

Edition of 300.
Recorded live
in Pré-Saint-Gervais metro station, Paris
July 10th -11th 2001, between 22:30 and 00:30

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Review --Paris Transatlantic:
"The Parisian Metro has long attracted artists, writers and musicians: Joseph Beuys spent his honeymoon riding the subways of the French capital, Queneau and Cortazar were fascinated by the sociology of its interconnecting networks, and countless millions of travelers --tourists and local residents- Late in the evening of July 10th 2001, Dan Warburton took Jean-Luc Guionnet and Eric La Casa down into the depths of Pré Saint Gervais, a Metro station in the quiet north-east of the city, where, following no pre-determined plan, the three musicians --Warburton on violin, Guionnet on alto sax, La Casa on portable DAT recorder with stereo boom mic --explored the acoustics of the station, riding the elevators, taking the stairs "Metro Pré St Gervais" is a unique and remarkably accessible aural document of free improvisation and sound art. "Metro Pré St Gervais" is a unique and remarkably accessible aural document of free improvisation and sound art.
Best known in the US as a prolific writer for Signal To Noise magazine, British violinist / pianist / composer Dan Warburton's forthcoming releases include a solo project for Crouton Music's Folktales series, a duo album with Bruno Meillier and the long-awaited "Basement Tapes" (on David Tibet's Durtro imprint) with percussionist Edward Perraud and free jazz legend Arthur Doyle. "

www.paristransatlantic.com

Artist: Jean-Luc Guionnet + Dan Warburton + Eric La Casa

Label: Swarming

We have received 4 works from Eric La Casa, a great experimental musician in Paris, France.

This work is a live sound source that he performed on the Paris subway with a violin and saxophonist.Includes two deep listening sound drones that make full use of the acoustics of the subway.Digipak and shrink specifications.

 

Edition of 300.
Recorded live
in Pré-Saint-Gervais metro station, Paris
July 10th -11th 2001, between 22:30 and 00:30

~

Review --Paris Transatlantic:
"The Parisian Metro has long attracted artists, writers and musicians: Joseph Beuys spent his honeymoon riding the subways of the French capital, Queneau and Cortazar were fascinated by the sociology of its interconnecting networks, and countless millions of travelers --tourists and local residents- Late in the evening of July 10th 2001, Dan Warburton took Jean-Luc Guionnet and Eric La Casa down into the depths of Pré Saint Gervais, a Metro station in the quiet north-east of the city, where, following no pre-determined plan, the three musicians --Warburton on violin, Guionnet on alto sax, La Casa on portable DAT recorder with stereo boom mic --explored the acoustics of the station, riding the elevators, taking the stairs "Metro Pré St Gervais" is a unique and remarkably accessible aural document of free improvisation and sound art. "Metro Pré St Gervais" is a unique and remarkably accessible aural document of free improvisation and sound art.
Best known in the US as a prolific writer for Signal To Noise magazine, British violinist / pianist / composer Dan Warburton's forthcoming releases include a solo project for Crouton Music's Folktales series, a duo album with Bruno Meillier and the long-awaited "Basement Tapes" (on David Tibet's Durtro imprint) with percussionist Edward Perraud and free jazz legend Arthur Doyle. "

www.paristransatlantic.com

Artist: Jean-Luc Guionnet + Dan Warburton + Eric La Casa

Label: Swarming