Phill Niblock - Working Title album flac
- Album: Working Title
- FLAC: 1722 mb | MP3: 1486 mb
- Released: 2013
- Style: Drone, Minimal, Spoken Word
- Rating: 4.5/5
- Votes: 238
- Format: AU MOD MMF AIFF ADX DTS MP2
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|A||–Phill Niblock||Anecdotes From Childhood - A
Interviewee – Clarence Barlow, Frank Owen , Chang Hsien-Chen*, Chang Hsien-Chen*, Rina Sherman, Veronica "Sweetie" Campbell*
|B||–Phill Niblock||Remo Osaka||120:00|
|C||–Phill Niblock||Anecdotes From Childhood - B
Interviewee – Earl Niblock, Hu Hohn, Paul Panhuysen, Xu Shaodong, Xu Xiao Xiang, Yvonne Grant
|D||–Katherine Liberovskaya||70 For 70 (+1): Seventy (One) Sides Of Phill Niblock
Featuring – Angie Eng, Bernhard Gál, Chris Anderson , Chris Mann, Dan Evans Farkas, David Behrman, David First, Dave Geary*, Esther Ferrer, Guy De Bièvre, Hans W. Koch, Irina Danilova, Jean Dupuy, Jeff Bauer, Jens Brand, John Duncan, Katherine Liberovskaya, Krystyna Borkowska, Malcolm Goldstein, Maria Blondeel, Michael Delia, Okkyung Lee, Paul Panhuysen, Shelley Hirsch, Steve Dalachinsky, Tara Battacharya, Thomas Ankersmit, Tom Buckner*, Tom Johnson, Tomi Keranen, Yasunao Tone, Yu-Fei Chen
- Artwork [Original Graphic Design] – Nicolas Bardey
- Edited By – Phill Niblock, Yvan Etienne
- Engineer [Sound Engineering] – Dan Evans Farkas
- Film Director – Katherine Liberovskaya (tracks: D), Phill Niblock (tracks: A to C)
- Liner Notes – Alan Licht, Arthur Stidfole, Bernard Gendron, Bob Gilmore, Erika King, Guy De Bièvre, Jens Brand, Johannes Knesl, Joseph Celli, Juan Carlos Kase, Mathieu Copeland, Phill Niblock, Raphael Smarzoch, Rich Housh, Richard Glover , Richard Lainhart, Rob Forman, Seth Nehil, Susan Stenger, Ulrich Krieger, Volker Straebel, Yvan Etienne
- Liner Notes [Translated By] – Marie Verry
- Video Editor [Authoring] – Richard Lainhart
Notes70 for 70 (+1): seventy (one) sides of Phill Niblock edited in 2004.
Comes in 520-page book overviewing Phill Niblock's work since the 60's, through about twenty essays and interviews by musicologists, art critics and historians, various documents, scores, and more than 8 hours of videos.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode: 9782840664239
Phill Niblock was born October 2, 1933, in Anderson, Indiana, and gained a degree in Economics before turning to photography and film in 1960. He shot portraits of many leading personalities in New York's jazz and avant-garde art circles in the early 1960s, ranging from Duke Ellington and Sun Ra to John Cage and Yoko Ono. Inspired by Morton Feldman's pieces containing extremely drawn-out notes, as well as by other music, he began to make music himself, and became part of the scene around the Sonic Arts Union (Gordon Mumma, Alvin Lucier, and others)
An overview of Phill Niblock's work since the 60's, . .Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Working Title (+ DVDs) Phill Niblock as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.
Working Title, A Phil Niblock Book Launch. March 12, 2013, 7:00PM. Phill Niblock is a New York-based minimalist composer, multi-media musician, and filmmaker, as well as the director of the Experimental Intermedia Foundation, an intermedia arts collective founded in the late 1960s in New York. edu/ MIT Program in Art, Culture and Technology (ACT).
In Five More String Quartets the musicians are tuned to specific pitches by calibrated sine tones as they play and the sound they produce is recorded, unprocessed, to multitrack tape.
Phill Niblock's music usually consists of simultaneous drones created from tape (later computer) manipulations of recorded pitches performed by instrumentalists such as Rafael Toral, David First, Lee Ranaldo, and Thurston Moore, on Guitar Too, for Four (G2,44+1x2); and Ulrich Krieger, on Touch Food.
Label: Xi Recordings. The title obscures one fact of YPGPN: this can be serious stuff, from its buzzing thickets of digeridoos to its out-of-tune accordions.
Artists Phill Niblock Music by Phill Niblock. Music by Phill Niblock Phill Niblock. Music by Phill Niblock. This album has an average beat per minute of 86 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 86/86 BPM). Tracklist Music by Phill Niblock. 1. Five More String Quartets.