BLUE GOO PARK
Léandre - Carl
Preis / Price : 15.08 €
Bestell-Nr. / Purchase Order No. : FMP CD 052
 
 
Joëlle Léandre double bass, voice
Rüdiger Carl accordion, clarinet, voice
 
01.
Oui-non (A) 01:32
02.
Derek 01:47
03.
Moondog in Erkenschwick 03:05
04.
Fading Jay Gee 03:58
05.
Little R. from little R. 00:56
06.
Ron Ronade 02:00
07.
Von wo das kommt, da will ich hin 02:52
08.
1. Verstörung 01:55
09.
Tagesmusik I 01:07
10.
Danke, Sozialversicherung 03:22
11.
Taratata 03:03
12.
Géant flandrique 01:53
13.
Kurische Könige 03:14
14.
Hush me now 02:10
15.
Montmartre song 04:27
16.
2. Verstörung 01:37
17.
Abundance-dance 03:40
18.
Fatty´s lullaby 02:23
19.
Don´t think it´s a relationship… 04:08
20.
A deux, c´est mieux 03 39
21.
Tagesmusik II 04:13
22.
The worried song 03:03
23.
Oui-non (B) 01:31
 
Total time:  61:30

Recorded by Jost Gebers and Holger Scheuermann on July 9 - 10, 1992 in Berlin.
Produced by Jost Gebers
Design/Artwork: Hubert Kiecol
Photos: Dagmar Gebers

Liner notes: Fredi Bosshard

 
First published in October 1993
 
Excerpt from the booklet:
The recordings were made in July during the ´Workshop Freie Musik 1992´ in Berlin, a highly reputed festival annually organised by FMP.
 
RÜDIGER CARL started off as a tenor saxophonist, then played the clarinet, and occasionally the accordion more ore less as a gag. (…) In time RÜDIGER CARL has become an accordionist and clarinettist who also plays the saxophone. (..) Over the pas few years compositions, concepts, structuring guidelines, and pregiven rhythmical formations in music have not only become more important for RÜDIGER CARL. (…) In JOËLLE LÉANDRE he has found an ideal partner, has entered into a musical ´folie à deux´. She, who for years has devoted herself equally to composition (I´m thinking of solo performances of her own work and of works by John Cage, Giacinto Scelsi, Sylvano Bussotti and others) and free improvisation, (remember the years spent with Maggie Nicols, Irène Schweizer, Barre Phillips, Jon Rose and others) is a performer and singer as well as being a double bass player - she once referred to her voice as being her fifth ´string´. . (…) A wanderer between worlds with a rare intimate, physical, and at the same time kind of love-hate relationship with her instrument - she bows and plucks it, strokes and hits it, scrapes away on it and makes it screech - coaxes unheard of and un-heard tones out of it. (…)
 
BLUE GOO PARK is an excerpt from a road-movie, by which I don´t just mean that it is of film length and is very varied. It is two persons´ conscious ´yes´ for the here and now. Their ways of life come together, draw near to one another, and withdraw again - oui/oui, oui/non, non/oui, non/non. (…)
 
BLUE GOO PARK is music which does not belong to any specific category, music for a film which has not yet been produced, but which is created inside our heads whilst listening, Oui!
Fredi Bosshard
Translation: Margaret Neuendorf
 


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