*In process of stocking. 2022 stock.* Dynamic and astonishing music from two of the world’s greatest musical pioneers, this is another special project from multi-instrumentalist/composer/improviser Fred Frith who has been bravely crossing musical borders since the early 1970’s. These remarkable duo sessions were recorded during the filming of Thomas Riedelsheimer’s exquisite documentary Touch the Sound about Scottish virtuoso percussionist Evelyn Glennie. Combining the unpredictability of an improvised first encounter with the magic of studio composition, this is music of another dimension, highlighting the power and sensitivity of both players.
Fred Frith: Metal Objects, Organ, Electric Guitar, Bass
Evelyn Glennie: Voice, Paper, Bell-tree, Toy Piano, Simtak, Marimba, Steel Drum, Vibraphone, Metal Objects, Cymbals, Gongs, Drums
Recorded 14th to 16th July 2003 at ZuckerFabrik, Dormagen.
Equipment in Dormagen: Whitehouse Studio, Cologne.
First re-constructions March/April 2004 at Guerilla HiFi.
Final recordings and mix October 2006 at Guerilla HiFi.