Celia Records (France) 1981
CL 8105 (LP) coated sleeve.
sleeve : EX-(wear on edge.)
media : EX+/EX+(some slightly surface noises, still good condition.)
This is an album released in 1981 by French composer/electronic musician Jean Schwarz, who has left behind masterpieces with an avant-garde approach, such as a stage music piece for "Still Waters" by American contemporary dance choreographer Carolyn Carlson. The album features a random mix of field recordings of radio broadcasts, sampled noises from busy streets, and birdsongs, as well as drones played by electronic instruments. A1 is a intermingling of field recordings of radio broadcasts and noises from busy streets, A2 is a Conrad Schnitzler-esque shredding of bizarre electronic sounds, and B1 is a collage of freely improvising avant-garde jazz. This is an intense music concoction that is considered one of the best among Jean Schwarz's many works. Highly recommended.
B1: Devise avec Sancho