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Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom // Daytime Viewing 2xLP

Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom // Daytime Viewing 2xLP

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American singer Jacqueline Humbert and experimental musician David Rosenboom are reissued double records released in March 2023 from New York's Unseen Worlds. (originally released on cassette in 3)

Contains 9 catchy electronic pop songs. Includes 16-page booklet and DL code. 

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Unseen Worlds releases available at Tobira. 

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Includes 16-page booklet with lyrics and additional artwork.

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This project was originally recorded in 1982 in analog form at the Center for Contemporary Music Recording Studio at Mills College, Oakland, CA and released as a private cassette in 1983. First re-released in 2013 by Unseen Worlds (UW10), it was re -mastered again in 2021 by Stephan Mathieu.

The recording was based on the original performance-art version of Daytime Viewing, which included music, text, theater, projections, fashion/costume designs, and video, created in 1979-80 and performed at the Music Gallery, Toronto; 80 Langton St. Kunsthalle, Basel; Festival International de Musique Électronique, Video et Computer Art, Brussels; and Macy's San Francisco as part of the J. Jasmine Review on the New Music America Festival 1981.

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Unseen Worlds:

" 40th Anniversary Edition - newly remastered from the master tapes, with an additional bonus LP of instrumentals and the previously unreleased “Narration Theme.”

Daytime Viewing (1979-80) is an extended narrative song, based on a casual analysis of daytime television drama and the audience phenomena such programming addresses. the mundane to mythological proportions. A central female character weaves tales, using threads of personal experience and the idea of ​​TV as friend, as mantra, and as transformational window between imagined spectacle and the pedestrian plane.

Originally released as a private cassette edition [recorded, 1982; Chez Hum-Boom release, 1983] documenting the collaborative performance piece of the same name by Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom. in 2013 by Unseen Worlds. Jacqueline Humbert (aka J. Jasmine) is a songwriter of brains and wit on par with Robert Ashley, with whom she's worked extensively. David Rosenboom's complex, harmonic electronic arrangements are accentuated brilliantly by percussion from William Winant. Daytime Viewing can happily be added to a small but significant group of work that, through lesser-known paths, engaged in an equally revelatory reexamination of the Great American Songbook as Minimalism did with 20th Century composition . "

Artist: Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom

Label: Unseen Worlds

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American singer Jacqueline Humbert and experimental musician David Rosenboom are reissued double records released in March 2023 from New York's Unseen Worlds. (originally released on cassette in 3)

Contains 9 catchy electronic pop songs. Includes 16-page booklet and DL code. 

Labels and other works Click here for more information. ///Click here to see more Unseen Worlds releases available at Tobira. 

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Includes 16-page booklet with lyrics and additional artwork.

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This project was originally recorded in 1982 in analog form at the Center for Contemporary Music Recording Studio at Mills College, Oakland, CA and released as a private cassette in 1983. First re-released in 2013 by Unseen Worlds (UW10), it was re -mastered again in 2021 by Stephan Mathieu.

The recording was based on the original performance-art version of Daytime Viewing, which included music, text, theater, projections, fashion/costume designs, and video, created in 1979-80 and performed at the Music Gallery, Toronto; 80 Langton St. Kunsthalle, Basel; Festival International de Musique Électronique, Video et Computer Art, Brussels; and Macy's San Francisco as part of the J. Jasmine Review on the New Music America Festival 1981.

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Unseen Worlds:

" 40th Anniversary Edition - newly remastered from the master tapes, with an additional bonus LP of instrumentals and the previously unreleased “Narration Theme.”

Daytime Viewing (1979-80) is an extended narrative song, based on a casual analysis of daytime television drama and the audience phenomena such programming addresses. the mundane to mythological proportions. A central female character weaves tales, using threads of personal experience and the idea of ​​TV as friend, as mantra, and as transformational window between imagined spectacle and the pedestrian plane.

Originally released as a private cassette edition [recorded, 1982; Chez Hum-Boom release, 1983] documenting the collaborative performance piece of the same name by Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom. in 2013 by Unseen Worlds. Jacqueline Humbert (aka J. Jasmine) is a songwriter of brains and wit on par with Robert Ashley, with whom she's worked extensively. David Rosenboom's complex, harmonic electronic arrangements are accentuated brilliantly by percussion from William Winant. Daytime Viewing can happily be added to a small but significant group of work that, through lesser-known paths, engaged in an equally revelatory reexamination of the Great American Songbook as Minimalism did with 20th Century composition . "

Artist: Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom

Label: Unseen Worlds