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Cut-Ups (1959) - Brion Gysin - Live In London 1982

View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Live In London on Discogs/5(5). Autumn , Brixton, London, Brion Gysin renews the methods of performance by reciting texts with Ramuntcho Matta in the style of Brion. He called this session White Funk.. Most of the texts were written upon meeting Burroughs, at the time of the invention of the cut-up. Brion Gysin: Live in London by AAJ Italy Staff, published on December 28, Find thousands reviews at All About Jazz!

Jul 02,  · Live in London is the Beat Generation revamped. Recorded four years before the death of Beat legend Brion Gysin, this live set features the poet reciting poems from the late '50s and early '60s, accompanied by a makeshift no wave backing band consisting of Slits bassist Tessa Pollitt (also playing cello), Rip Rig & Panic (and later free improv) drummer Steve Noble, Penguin Cafe 5/ The last two tracks sound better and contain, in fact, the best material on the album: the band gels better and Gysin paces his recitation to the groove. Live in London is an interesting document, but it will appeal only to fans of spoken word or connoisseurs of William S. Burroughs and Brion Gysin's legacy. Brion Gysin Portions of the first interview appeared in the International Herald Tribune (October , ), and then the complete text in Reality Studios (London) (). The second interview appeared first in French translation in Jazz Magazine (Paris) (September ); in English, excerpts came out in Invisible City (San Francisco) 28 (), and the whole thing in Quilt.

Brion Gysin (January 19, – July 13, ) was a painter, writer, sound poet, and performance artist born in Taplow, Buckinghamshire.. He is best known for his (re)discovery of the cut-up technique, used by his friend, the novelist William S. thrash.agakelvmarijurusandromadar.infoinfo the engineer Ian Sommerville he invented the Dreamachine, a flicker device designed as an art object to be viewed with the eyes closed. Live in London Brion Gysin (January 19, – July 13, ) was a painter, writer, sound poet, and performance artist born in Taplow, Buckinghamshire. [1]He is best known for his rediscovery of the cut-up technique [2], used by William S. thrash.agakelvmarijurusandromadar.infoinfo Ian Somerville he invented the Dreamachine, a flicker device designed as an art object to be viewed with the eyes thrash.agakelvmarijurusandromadar.infoinfo: John Clifford Brian Gysin, 19 January .


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9 thoughts on “ Cut-Ups (1959) - Brion Gysin - Live In London 1982

  1. Bazahn says:
    Autumn , Brixton, London, Brion Gysin renews the methods of performance by reciting texts with Ramuntcho Matta in the style of Brion. He called this session White Funk.. Most of the texts were written upon meeting Burroughs, at the time of the invention of the cut-up.
  2. Mikus says:
    Brion Gysin, Portrait of William S. Burroughs in front of the Théâtre Odeon (Naked Lunch series), “Danger is a biologic necessity, like dreams.” — Burroughs, The Western Lands will robinson. LOL Brion Gysin, William S. Burroughs, Danger, Paris The Barry Miles .
  3. Tomuro says:
    Brion Gysin (January 19, – July 13, ) was a painter, writer, sound poet, and performance artist born in Taplow, Buckinghamshire. [1]He is best known for his rediscovery of the cut-up technique [2], used by William S. thrash.agakelvmarijurusandromadar.infoinfo Ian Somerville he invented the Dreamachine, a flicker device designed as an art object to be viewed with the eyes thrash.agakelvmarijurusandromadar.infoinfo: John Clifford Brian Gysin, 19 January .
  4. Fenrit says:
    Live in London
  5. Jukasa says:
    In , painter Brion Gysin, a close friend and collaborator of William S. Burroughs, discovered a montage technique that produced what he called “cut-ups.”. What happened was, Gysin needed to cut some papers with a razor blade and so placed layers of newspapers on the table in order to avoid scratching up the surface.
  6. Mezigrel says:
    Brion Gysin (January 19, - July 13, ) was a painter, writer, sound poet, and performance artist born in Taplow, Buckinghamshire. [1]He is best known for his discovery of the cut-up technique [2] used by William S. thrash.agakelvmarijurusandromadar.infoinfo Ian Somerville he invented the Dreamachine, a flicker device designed as an art object to be viewed with the eyes closed.
  7. Faugul says:
    The last two tracks sound better and contain, in fact, the best material on the album: the band gels better and Gysin paces his recitation to the groove. Live in London is an interesting document, but it will appeal only to fans of spoken word or connoisseurs of William S. Burroughs and Brion Gysin's legacy.
  8. Gardanris says:
    imagesize = px caption = Brion Gysin (upper left) on the cover of "Junk" birthname = John Clifford Brian Gysin birthdate = 19 January birthplace.
  9. Arashirg says:
    Brion Gysin Portions of the first interview appeared in the International Herald Tribune (October , ), and then the complete text in Reality Studios (London) (). The second interview appeared first in French translation in Jazz Magazine (Paris) (September ); in English, excerpts came out in Invisible City (San Francisco) 28 (), and the whole thing in Quilt.

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