The Master Musicians Of Joujouka / Brion Gysin - Recorded Live In France / Interview June 21 1981 album flac
Title: Recorded Live In France / Interview June 21 1981
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Genre: Not albums / Folk and Country
The Master Musicians of Joujouka have a long history being recorded by Western artists. Arnold Stahl produced an LP record, Tribe Ahl Serif: Master Musicians Of Jajouka, recorded on location as part of a documentary film written and produced by Stahl. This double album was released in the early 1970s by the Musical Heritage Society. During the 1970s, the French label Disque Arion released a single album of the same music, produced by Stahl and titled Le Rif: La tribu Ahl Serif
A. –The Master Musicians Of Joujouka. Recorded Live In France. B. Interview June 21 1981. Interviewer – Harry Hoogstraten. Artwork based on original calligraphic design for The Dreamachine by Brion Gysin. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat.
Complete your The Master Musicians Of Joujouka, Brion Gysin collection. The Master Musicians Of Joujouka. .
Brion Gysin (January 19, 1916 in Taplow, Buckinghamshire, UK - July 13, 1986 in Paris, France) was a writer and painter. He is best known for his rediscovery of Tristan Tzara's cut-up technique while cutting through a newspaper upon which he was trimming some mats. In 1953, having returned to North Africa, Gysin opened the Thousand and One Nights restaurant, where the Master Musicians of Joujouka played an ‘extended residency’.
Master Musicians of Joujouka added 21 new photos. 7 August at 17:28 ·. Boujeloud in Joujouka 2018 at The Master Musicians festival. The Master Musicians of Joujouka bring it home playing wildly until dawn. Photos by Frank Rynne. 11 July ·. As part of Master Musicians of Joujouka’s recent visit to Marrakesh presented by Atlas Electronic the gallery 18, Derb el Ferrane situated in Marrakech Medina hosted a series of events over three nights culminating with a talk with Master Musicians of Joujouka, Rikki Stein and Frank Rynne and a live appearance by MMOJ in Djemma el Fna here are some pics. Master Musicians of Joujouka live at Villa Janna, Marrakech, 30 June presented by Atlas Electronic. Many thanks to thanks who made this great event happen.
Profile of the performer Brion Gysin: Brion Gysin (January 19, 1916 in Taplow, Buckinghamshire, UK - July 13, 1986 in Paris, France) was a writer and painter. Many of these permutations were derived using a random sequence generator in an early computer program written by Ian Sommerville. Recorded Live In France, Interview June 21 1981.
The Master Musicians of Joujouka have a long history being recorded by Western artists. The name Master Musicians of Joujouka was first used by Brion Gysin and William S. Burroughs in the 1950s, Timothy Leary and Rosemary Woodruff Leary in the 1960s and 1970s, and on the Brian Jones . In the 1980s the musicians were sometimes called by the names Master Musicians of Jahjouka, Master Musicians of. Jajouka and Master Musicians of Joujouka in both articles and on official documents. A schism exists between two similarly-named ensembles from the same village. Lee Ranaldo, following a 1995 visit to Morocco, wrote.
In past centuries master musicians of the Jajouka village traditionally were excused by the country's rulers from manual labor, goat-herding, and farming to concentrate on their music because the music's powerful trance rhythms and droning woodwinds were traditionally considered to have the power to heal the sick. Excerpts from the song "El Medahey" from The Master Musicians of Jajouka featuring Bachir Attar album Apocalypse Across the Sky were used on the 2000 score of The Cell by Howard Shore. El Medahey", a standard the group often has played in live performance, was originally composed by Hadj Abdesalam Attar. Gross, Jason (June 2000). Master Musicians of Jajouka: Bachir Attar Interview". Perfect Sound Forever.
Brion Gysin (January 19, 1916 - July 13, 1986) was a writer and painter.
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|A||–The Master Musicians Of Joujouka||Recorded Live In France|
|B||–The Master Musicians Of Joujouka||Recorded Live In France|
|C||–Brion Gysin||Interview June 21 1981
Interviewer – Harry Hoogstraten
- Design [Bookdesign] – Woudt
- Text By, Artwork – A. M. McKenzie*
NotesTwo cassette tapes in wooden box with small cloth-bound hard-cover book "Back in No Time".
Artwork based on original calligraphic design for The Dreamachine by Brion Gysin.
|none||Brion Gysin||Back In No Time (2xCass, Ltd, RE)||Sloow Tapes||none||Belgium||2014|