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Another Dull Dawn
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chris corsano - Another Dull Dawn

chris corsano

Another Dull Dawn

€ 17.00

LABEL: Ultra Eczema
GENRE: Experimental | FORMAT: Vinyl LP | CATALOG N. ultra eczema 71 | YEAR. (2009)

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When Chris Corsano turned 6 years old, I already begged him on my wounded knees to record an LP for Ultra eczema. He played it cool, was clearly annoyed but remained polite. From then on (he is now 46) I would email him the same question daily. I slept in a tent in front of his house, sent him letters every week, had all his different cell phone numbers, I even gave him new clothes, though he kept wearing his fully blue outfit. Much like Michael Jackson, corsano, the last drummer on earth, always remained calm and polite and made this full on incredible LP of absolute madness played on different drum sets, toy percussion, baritone sax mouthpiece on a 2 foot metal pipe, violin strings, banjo and violin bridges, contact mics, effect pedals, claw bell, metal strips from windshield wipers, toy comb, clarinet, toy gamelan, guitar cable, gongs, metals, triangle, nylon guitar strings, amps, melodica, pot lids etc. In every collab he played in (with Bill Nace, Thurston Moore, Spencer Yeh, John Olson, Eric Thielemans, Bjork, Byron Colley, Blood Stereo, Paul Flaherty, Greg Kelley, Idea Fire Ccompany, etc.) he always changes things and never sounds the same. CC, together with all mentioned colaborators above, changed and refreshed improvised music forever, blew the 'free' into free music again, threw an energy molotov cocktail over western massachussets, and has a non-academic and unlimited interest in sounds far behind any traditional free music school! This LP is a collection of most of his different techniques that blew you away when you saw him play live. Comes in a hairy black and white cover by dt, with an insert. Limited to 400 copies.'


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