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Steve Piccolo

Adaptation (Lp)

Label: Materiali Sonori

Format: LP

Genre: Electronic

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**Original 1983 pressing, sealed copies. Few available**  In the late 1970s, Steve Piccolo was a founding member of the seminal No Wave jazz band Lounge Lizards along with John Lurie, his brother Evan Lurie and Arto Lindsay. He’d studied music at Bard and NYU and was doing performances, art and sound installations at night while during the day maintaining a job as a Wall Street computer analyst. This is his second solo LP, again a minimalist and radical rethinking of song, mixing a post-punk/DIY/lo-fi aesthetic with art-rock & spoken poetry, equally draws on the past as it foreshadows the future, flirting around the territories explored by Brian Eno, John Cale, Young Marble Giants, and Jonathan Richman, as much as it does with yet to founded projects like Sebedoh and Magnetic Fields.

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Cat. number: MASO 025
Year: 1983

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