Milo Fine - Frequency Etchings (Ongoing Celebrations Of Insignifigance) album flac
Genre: Electronic / Jazz
Title: Frequency Etchings (Ongoing Celebrations Of Insignifigance)
Style: Abstract, Experimental, Free Improvisation
FLAC version ZIP size: 1903 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1294 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1811 mb
Other Formats: MIDI MOD DXD ASF APE AIFF AHX
Recorded in concert November 20, 1998 at Roadrunner Records, Minneapolis, Minnesota by Milo Fine.
Recorded in concert by Milo Fine (May 16, 2008) at the Ritz Theater (as part of the Heliotrope V Festival), Minneapolis, MN. electronic piano (electronics), voice, Acme whistle. Design and screen printing by Cork Leg Nelson. There are no tracklisting associated with this item.
Recorded by Milo Fine in concert at RoadRunner Records, Minneapolis, MN; November 20, 1998. 1999 – Fusetron 025 (LP). Khyber Pass podcast interview.
Milo Fine describes the particular piano as 'more remains than intact', yet he still manages to get the right music out of 'that wonderful beast'. The earlier date is unaccompanied piano improvised mainly at the keyboard. On the other longer concert, recorded towards the likely demise of the 'beast', Fine spends most of his time working on the innards resulting in a very wide range of sound. He also uses some electronics, and is joined by alto saxophonist JARON CHILDS and percussionist DAVU SERU in a trio set that ranges from the minimal to full-on blowing.
Watch now Milo Fine's video clip of album "Frequency Etchings (Ongoing Celebrations Of Insignifigance)".
Insignificance is a 1985 British comedy-drama film directed by Nicolas Roeg, produced by Jeremy Thomas and Alexander Stuart, and adapted by Terry Johnson from his play of the same name. The film is set in 1954, with most of the action taking place in a hotel room in New York City
Frequency Etchings (Ongoing Celebrations of Insignificance). MILO FINE - Frequency Etchings (Ongoing Celebrations of Insignificance). Label: Fusetron (Fuse 025).
Performer: Milo Fine. Album Title: Frequency Etchings (Ongoing Celebrations Of Insignifigance). Genre: Electronic, Jazz. Free Download Milo Fine - Frequency Etchings (Ongoing Celebrations Of Insignifigance).
- Recorded At – Roadrunner Records
- Copyright (c) – John Sandy
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – John Sandy
- Printed By – Mooers Printing
- Manufactured By – Record Technology Incorporated
- Clarinet, Electronics – Milo Fine
- Design [Fabrication] – Pat Cannon
- Layout – John Sandy
- Liner Notes – Milo Fine
- Painting [Cover Painting] – John Sandy
- Producer – Chris Freeman
- Recorded By – Milo Fine
- Transferred By [Tape Transfer] – John Dieterich
NotesRecorded in concert November 20, 1998 at Roadrunner Records, Minneapolis, Minnesota by Milo Fine
Cover painting: "Milo" by John Sandy -- oil on canvas 40.25" x 58", 1991 (© and ℗ 1999 John Sandy)
LP manufacturing: RTI
Limited edition of 330 copies