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David Watson (bagpipe) w/ Shelley Hirsch (vocals), Makigami Koichi (vocals & jaw harp). "The writhing and resolving glissandos, so familiar to East Village ears by now, were still edgy enough to send a few Lincoln Center new-music wimps dashing for the exits. It's my feeling that the bagpipe is an inherently avant garde, push-the-envelope type of instrument anyway." --Kyle Gann; "From 1981-86, Watson was active in the New Zealand music and art scene, as a member of Primitive Arts Group, appearing in the first N.Z. International Arts Fest, and co-founded Braille Records to record the local improv music scene (which released 12 LPs in the '80s). He released three LPs on Braille, and did much to create an improv/noise-music scene where previously there was none."