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Elliott Sharp (エリオット シャープ)

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ECD1031
組み枚数
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1
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Germany
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CD
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Bobby Previte(Drums),  Charles K. Noyes(Drums),  David Linton(Drums),  Elliott Sharp(Clarinet),  Elliott Sharp(Guitar),  Elliott Sharp(Guitar (Bass)),  Elliott Sharp(Saxophone),  Elliott Sharp(Violin),  James Mussen(Drums),  Jim Staley(Trombone),  Ken Heer(Trombone),  Lesli Dalaba(Trumpet),  David Linton(Drums (Electric)),  Elliott Sharp(Voices),  Jim Staley(Trombone (Bass)),  David Linton(Talking Drum),  Elliott Sharp(Fretless Bass),  David Linton(Metal Percussion),  Elliott Sharp(Pantar),  Jane Tomkiewicz(Pantar),  Elliott Sharp(Producer),  Martin Bisi(Engineer),  Chris Gray(Performer),  Elliott Sharp(Composer),  Elliott Sharp(Performer),  Hope Martin(Cover Photo),  Hope Martin(Photography),  Bobby Previte(Drum Arrangements),  Charles K. Noyes(Drum Arrangements),  David Linton(Drum Arrangements),  Elliott Sharp(Slab),  James Mussen(Drum Arrangements),  James Mussen(Slab),  Jane Tomkiewicz(Slab),  Katie O'Looney(Slab)

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Elliot Sharp's guitaristry is seemingly a highly contested thing among the punters who follow avant-garde music, as are his other explorations of the saxophone, clarinets, and his various stringed inventions. There is no doubt that Sharp is both a stylistic and technical innovator. He has designed instruments to do specific things, and has learned to play in a way that suggests none of his peers' or heroes' influences, but only his own experiential encounter with sound itself. The answer to the question lies in this compilation of work from 1983-1987. Carbon is essentially Sharp on his many instruments with a rhythm section. Two drummers here are Charles K. Noyes and Bobby Previte. Jim Staley plays trombones on a couple of cuts as well. This collection documents the development of a sonic architecture that is at once brutal and aesthetically beautiful, one that relies on the assemblage of sounds as much as their elocution. Thus the percussion-heavy guitar work -- Geometry, ISO, Helicopters, -- revolves around one riff, mutated and transformed over time via repetition and changes in textural space. The later works that employ other stringed constructions, saxophones, and clarinet such as Squig, Turbulence, and Lacunar take the textural dynamics allowed by the inclusion of such instruments and create a dark, wrangling, edgy kind of ordered noise. There is no dearth of rock or improvisational intensity here, and the music isn't for everybody, but Sharp's work sounds almost ripe for its time, over 14 years after the fact; the guy is a visionary and this comp proves it. ~ Thom Jurek, Rovi

収録曲   

  • 01. Geometry
  • 02. Iso
  • 03. Helicopters
  • 04. Inverse Proportions
  • 05. CIA Pope
  • 06. Intervention
  • 07. Last Laugh
  • 08. Vicious Cycle
  • 09. Singularity
  • 10. Squig
  • 11. Turbulence
  • 12. Dusts
  • 13. Lacunar
  • 14. Not-Yet-Time

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Elliott Sharp

A major figure in New York City's avant-garde music community since the '70s, Elliott Sharp is a composer and instrumentalist whose body of work runs the gamut from experimental and contemporary classical pieces to blues, noise rock, and electronic music. Sharp was born in Cleveland, Ohio on March 1, 1951, and displayed a talent for music at an early age. He insists he began learning the piano whe

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