John Russell / Jean Demey / Jean-Michel van Schouwburg - The Mercelis Concert In Brussels 2006 album flac
Title: The Mercelis Concert In Brussels 2006
Style: Free Improvisation
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Voice – Jean-Michel van Schouwburg (tracks: 1, 3, to 5). Notes. Tracks 1-3 recorded live at Petit Théâtre Mercelis, Ixelles town, Brussels on 27 May 2006 Tracks 4 and 5 recorded live in the Bonnington Arts Centre, London on 20 June 2005.
The Mercelis Concert (2006), Inaudible – with Jean Demey and Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg. Analekta (2006), Emanem – in various duos and a nine-piece Quaqua, all recorded at Mopomoso. House Full of Floors (2009), Tzadik Records with Evan Parker, John Edwards and Aleks Kolkowski. Wit. 2015), Emanem, 60th birthday concert with Thurston Moore, Evan Parker, etc. Solo recordings. Home Cooking (1978), Incus.
Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg is on Mixcloud. Join to listen to great radio shows, DJ mix sets and Podcasts. free improvising singer and solo voice performer (sound poetry). Works currently and recordings published with Matthias Boss Jean Demey & Marcello Magliocchi as 876+, duos with pianist Yoko Miura, Phil Gibbs guitar, Benedict Taylor viola, Lawrence Casserley live signal proc. Adam Bohman objects/texts, Sureau with Demey and Kris Vanderstraeten, I Belong To The Band with Bohman, Zsolt Sörès & Oli Mayne
Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg Born 1955. Self-taught vocal improviser. Invented his own Phonoetry and vocal techninques, mouthroat cheekteethlipstong. Has performed and recorded with Jean Demey & Kris Vanderstraeten (Sureau), John Russell, Lawrence Casserley (MouthWind), Sabu Toyozumi, Marcello Magliocchi & Matthias Boss, Adam Bohman Zsolt Sörès,Oli Mayne,Yoko Miura, Paul Dunmall Phil Gibbs. The Berlin-based saxophonist's debut stands tall as a monument to queer vulnerability and resilience, grounded in brash ambient tones. Bandcamp New & Notable Jan 31, 2019.
Russell responds with crossbow-like pulls on his strings, rasps beneath the guitar’s bridge and abrasive extended slides. Ken Waxman, JAZZword. MP3 version (7. 9 MB zip file). There’s no doubt that every minute of this record confirms those handwritten thoughts in full.
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Before the Wedding by John Russell & Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg, released 13 May 2018 1. Before the Wedding John Russell, acoustic guitar & Jean-Michel Van Schouwburg voice Concert 12 april 2018 @ Club Gromka Ljubljana. Recorded by Iztok Zupan. Thanks to Natasa Serec & Laszlo Juhasz. Image : Map of Brussels XVII Century. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Jean Michel Van Schouwburg improvising singer from Brussels region. Has developped a large voice - mouth - throat musical & sound techniques and music since the nineties. Groups : Sureau with bass player Jean Demey and percussionnist Kris Vanderstraeten. MouthWind with Lawrence Casserley, live signal processing TRIO 876 with Marcello Magliocchi percussion & Matthias Boss violin + Jean Demey bass. Duos w Yoko Miura piano w Adam Bohman- w Sabu Toyozumi- w Audrey Lauro . Holding voice workshop in many cities (Turin, Budapest, Liverpool, Nitra, Brussels)with his own techniques and conductions.
|2||The First One||15:25|
|3||The Mercelis Trio||11:15|
|4||The 50th Birthday Party||6:30|
|5||Zen Garden Gift||6:46|
- Recorded At – Le Petit Théâtre Mercelis
- Recorded At – Bonnington Arts Centre, London
- Acoustic Guitar – John Russell (tracks: 1, 3, to 5)
- Cover – Kris*
- Double Bass – Jean Demey (tracks: 2, 3)
- Liner Notes – JVMS*, JR*
- Mastered By – Michaël W. Huon*
- Recorded By – Michaël W. Huon* (tracks: 1 to 3), Tim Fletcher (tracks: 4, 5)
- Voice – Jean-Michel van Schouwburg (tracks: 1, 3, to 5)
NotesTracks 1-3 recorded live at Petit Théâtre Mercelis, Ixelles town, Brussels on 27 May 2006
Tracks 4 and 5 recorded live in the Bonnington Arts Centre, London on 20 June 2005