Action et Démonstration Japonaise N°4

by DDAA

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Charles Pridgeon
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Charles Pridgeon Wondrous and strange murky cassette music. When I listen to it I feel I am not so much hearing it, as I'm overhearing it...as if I've got my ear to the wall to get the sounds of a weird concert going on in the next door apartment... an apartment which I know has not been occupied for years and years. Ghost music in other words.
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07:51
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09:28
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09:53
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03:27
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02:07
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05:02
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01:16

about

In 1979, the DDAA began his musical suite around the idea; "the vision of Japan." The first action was the performance "Action and Demonstration Japanese" No. 1, then a second performance in 1980 in the basement of the Museum of Modern Art in Paris entitled "tea ceremony" and in 1982 the third and fourth parts: IP010 LP "Action and Japanese Demonstration" and the tape printed in 60 copies to subscribers of the LP.

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released August 18, 2015

Thank you to Ellis Britzius to have found this K7 and we have sent it.
Illusion Production 1982 IP010 bis
C/P 2015

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