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Pierre Bastien & Cabo San Roque / Anna Homler, Adrian Northover & Dave Tucker // FTS003 12 "

Pierre Bastien & Cabo San Roque / Anna Homler, Adrian Northover & Dave Tucker // FTS003 12 "

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Pierre Bastien & Cabo San and Roque / Anna Homler, Adrian Northover & Dave Tucker appear in the split series of London label First Terrace. The A side is 2 minutes long, and the B side contains 3 improvised songs. Although it is 20'', it is recorded for about 5 minutes.

First Terrace deliver another instalment of their split series, following on from the meditative trip supplied by Chihei Hatakeyama and Vida Vojic on FTS002 & the blissful first edition from K. Leimer & Like A Villain.

On the'line' side of FTS003 we hear the meeting of three veteran improvisors --Anna Homler (Breadwoman / Pharmacia Poetica), Adrian Northover (Remote Viewers) and Dave Tucker (The Fall). Born from the fertile creative friction of the London Improvisers Orchestra, they incantate together to deliver a clutch of winding, curious, mesmeric compositions.

On the'circle' side we present a recording from Pierre Bastien --an artist of startling singularity and endless, joyful creativity. Recorded at Arts Santa Mònica in Barcelona with Catalonian group Cabo San Roque, Pierre takes the helm of their monumental mechanical sound sculpture- The orchestra was made up of thirty or forty machines, all linked to Pierre's casio keyboard. The orchestra was made up of thirty or forty machines, all linked to Pierre's casio keyboard.
--First Terrace Records

Artist: Pierre Bastien & Cabo San Roque / Anna Homler, Adrian Northover & Dave Tucker

Label: First Terrace Records

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Pierre Bastien & Cabo San and Roque / Anna Homler, Adrian Northover & Dave Tucker appear in the split series of London label First Terrace. The A side is 2 minutes long, and the B side contains 3 improvised songs. Although it is 20'', it is recorded for about 5 minutes.

First Terrace deliver another instalment of their split series, following on from the meditative trip supplied by Chihei Hatakeyama and Vida Vojic on FTS002 & the blissful first edition from K. Leimer & Like A Villain.

On the'line' side of FTS003 we hear the meeting of three veteran improvisors --Anna Homler (Breadwoman / Pharmacia Poetica), Adrian Northover (Remote Viewers) and Dave Tucker (The Fall). Born from the fertile creative friction of the London Improvisers Orchestra, they incantate together to deliver a clutch of winding, curious, mesmeric compositions.

On the'circle' side we present a recording from Pierre Bastien --an artist of startling singularity and endless, joyful creativity. Recorded at Arts Santa Mònica in Barcelona with Catalonian group Cabo San Roque, Pierre takes the helm of their monumental mechanical sound sculpture- The orchestra was made up of thirty or forty machines, all linked to Pierre's casio keyboard. The orchestra was made up of thirty or forty machines, all linked to Pierre's casio keyboard.
--First Terrace Records

Artist: Pierre Bastien & Cabo San Roque / Anna Homler, Adrian Northover & Dave Tucker

Label: First Terrace Records