MATERIALI SONORI NEWSLETTER 1/14 - STEVEN BROWN & BLAINE L. REININGER "Clear Tears / Trobled Waters"


STEVEN BROWN & BLAINE L. REININGER
with MAXIME BODSON
"Clear Tears/Troubled Waters"

artist: STEVEN BROWN & BLAINE L. REININGER with MAXIME BODSON
title: Clear Tears / Troubled Waters
label: Crammed Discs
series: Made To Measure
cat#: MTM 39
barcode / UPC: 876623006909
format: CD
packaging: digipak

distribuzione: Materiali Sonori

La leggendaria collana della Crammed, Made To Measure, torna con "Clear Tears", un disco di Steven Brown & Blaine L. Reininger. E' la colonna sonora dello spettacolo di balletto di Thierry Smits composta per l'occasione dai due leader dei Tuxedomoon con il musicista belga e sound designer Maxime Bodson. Musiche di scena e atmosfere sperimentali. Panorami elettronici e suggestioni acustiche.

track list:
1. Caged Bass; 2. Less-More; 3. Tears Matrix; 4. String Crossing
5. Second Part; 6. Utopia; 7. In A New World; 8. Incantato
9. Agoria; 10. Five Not One; 11. BB; 12. Seven Not Five; 13. Fibo .

info:
http://www.materialisonori.com/product_info.php?products_id=1855&osCsid=e5a68f08cd6f1a6e37df68bae1201ec2

il trailer ufficiale...
< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7H1i6ya_Ac >
un video...
< http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZTr3gQvoVhg >
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Steven Brown: piano, clarinet, alto sax, voice
In parallel to his activities with Tuxedomoon, Brown started a solo career in 1983 with the two cult albums he recorded with Benjamin Lew, Douzième journée and A propos d'un paysage. Brown has composed music for theatre, cinema and dance, including Divine (1982, for Maurice Béjart), La Grâce du Tombeur (1990) and Eros Délétère (1991) for Thierry Smits. Since 1993, Brown has been living in Mexico where he pursues his musical activities, a.o. with the band Nine Rain.

Blaine L. Reininger: violin, guitar, bass and vocals
Blaine L. Reininger, began his solo career in 1982 with the Broken Fingers album (1982). In 1983, he left Tuxedomoon to concentrate on his own music, recording several solo albums as well as original soundtracks. At the same time, he continued collaborating with Steven Brown (the duet released three albums: 1890 - 1990: One Hundred Years Of Music (1990), Croatian Variations (1992) and Flower Songs (2006). Blaine Reininger joined Tuxedomoon again in 2004. He lives in Greece.

Maxime Bodson: electronics, bass, vocals and editing
A musician and a sound artist, Maxime Bodson has released three albums with his band paTTon, including Hellénique chevaleresque récital (2009). He is also working on his own musical venture, Squelette. Given his keen interest in the performing arts, he has been involved in projects with various artists and companies. He's been collaborating with Thierry Smits since 2005, and worked on soundtracks for Smits' pieces d’Orient, V.-Nightmares (2007) and To the Ones I Love (2010).

Thierry Smits and Compagnie Thor:
Based in Brussels, Compagnie Thor was founded in 1990 by choreographer Thierry Smits, whose work explores, often in an eclectic fashion, the bonds between mystic and erotic, the ambiguities between the sacred and corporeal, all the while probing the metaphysical problems of an individual’s state of mind and emotions. To date, the company has put on more than twenty dance productions.

Tuxedomoon:
Brown and Reininger are two of the three core members (the 3rd one being Peter Principle) of the legendary Tuxedomoon, which they founded in 1977 in San Francisco, and which went on to become one of the most influential bands around. They crystallized a certain dark and romantic zeitgeist, but their music transcended all genres and included impossibly wide parameters, as rock, electronics, minimal music, classical, jazz, Gypsy music and pop were all simultaneously consumed and transmutated into a quasi-prescient blend. The band has released no less than 12 albums between 1980 and 2007, and are still active today.

Made to Measure:
Revived especially for the present album, Crammed's legendary MADE TO MEASURE Series of New Music was described at the time as the aural equivalent of a collection of art books. Charting a map of some of the most interesting instrumental music of the era, thirty-five albums came out between 1983 and 1995, including works by artists such as Hector Zazou, John Lurie, Fred Frith, Arto Lindsay, Zelwer, Steven Brown, Peter Principle, Harold Budd, Brion Gysin, David Cunningham, Benjamin Lew, Ramuntcho Matta, Karl Biscuit, Daniel Schell, Aksak Maboul, Minimal Compact and more. The loose idea behind the title of the series was: this is music which has been or could have been "made to measure" as a soundtrack for other media (film, theatre, dance, video).
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