Jacqueline Humbert, David Rosenboom - Daytime Viewing album flac
|UW10||Jacqueline Humbert, David Rosenboom||Jacqueline Humbert, David Rosenboom - Daytime Viewing (1979-1980) (LP, Album, Ltd)||Unseen Worlds||UW10||USA & Canada||2013|
Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom.
Jasmine: My New Music - Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom, David Rosenboom, Jacqueline Humbert. Открывайте новую музыку каждый день.
14 USD. Daytime Viewing is an extended narrative song, based on a casual analysis of daytime television drama and the audience phenomena such programming addresses
Daytime Viewing by Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom, released 31 May 2013 1. talk 1 2. bareback 3. domestic violence 4. distant space 5. talk 2 6. wishes. Mini-LP CD sleeve printed on dyed, textured paper Fold-out poster and lyric sheet Includes unlimited streaming of Daytime Viewing via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. ships out within 3 days. Purchasable with gift card.
Released under exclusive license to Unseen Worlds Records.
Daytime Viewing Jacqueline Humbert. Listen on Apple Music. 1983 David Rosenboom Publishing (BMI). More By Jacqueline Humbert. Atalanta - Acts of God.
Jacqueline Humbert is an American recording, performance and visual artist, as well as a designer for film, television and live performing arts. Under the name J. Jasmine she recorded a song cycle, J Jasmine: My New Music (with collaborators David Rosenboom and George Manupelli) which dealt progressively with topics such as androgyny and female sexual agency. The cycle was presented at the Ann Arbor Film Festival in 1978.
The Center for Contemporary Music Recording Studio, Mills College, Oakland, CA. Submit Corrections. Jacqueline Humbert, David Rosenboom.
DAYTIME VIEWING Jacqueline Humbert & David Rosenboom 1979-80 DAYTIME VIEWING is an extended narrative song, based on a casual analysis. of daytime television drama and the audience phenomena such programming addresses. 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.