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Strange Attractor Featuring David J And Winston Tong - The Unperceived Image download mp3 album

Strange Attractor  Featuring David J And Winston Tong - The Unperceived Image download mp3 album
Album:
The Unperceived Image
Style:
Future Jazz, Trip Hop, Experimental
Released:
2007
FLAC vers. size:
1770 mb
MP3 vers. size:
1539 mb
WMA vers. size:
1954 mb
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Rating:
4.3 ★
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658

The album and its subsequent singles, "Theoretical China" and "Reports From The Heart", were released on Les Disques du Crepuscule  . The Unperceived Image (ltd. 7-inch with David J) 2007. Theoretically Chinese (reissue on LTM Recordings) 2005.

The album and its subsequent singles, "Theoretical China" and "Reports From The Heart", were released via Les Disques du Crepuscule. His composition "In a Manner of Speaking" from 1985's Holy Wars, was later covered by Martin Gore, Nouvelle Vague, and Amanda Palmer, and remains his best known song. Tong left Tuxedomoon in 1985. In March 2005, Tong was reunited with Tuxedomoon for two performances in San Francisco, which is the first time they had performed together in over twenty years  . The Unperceived Image (Ltd 7", w/David J), 2007. Theoretically Chinese, 2005 - CD reissue via LTM. References. a b Winston Tong Biography at LTM.

Punk-Rock Strange Attractor. Other productions from Strange Attractor. Back to the Cruel World.

Winston Tong is a San Francisco-based performance artist and singer, celebrated both for his solo work and his collaborations with the cult group Tuxedomoon. Polymath performance artist Winston Tong was born in San Francisco in 1951, the son of Chinese parents exiled by the Communist revolution.

The Collapsing Empire" (4:51). Side 2. 1. "Strange Attractor" (6:17). 2. "Across The Abyss" (3:36).

This video is so strange and wonderful. I wish videos were this artistically inclined these days. Great surrealism, like a bad dream. Winston Tong - The Twelve Days of Christmas, 1981. from: Chantons Noël - Ghosts Of Christmas Past. Winston Tong, the son of Chinese parents exiled to the US by the Communist revolution, is an actor/playwright, visual artist, puppeteer, and singer/songwriter. He joined the experimental new wave band Tuxedomoon in 1977, sporadically recording and performing live with them while also working on his on own solo projects. His recordings with Tuxedomoon were years ahead of other new wave groups like The Cure, who would become famous years later using a similar sound. Winston left Tuxedomoon in 1985, but has continued to work in the music industry

Dynamic Pop/Funk Band. Rory "I can't play keys and my hair is curly" McCarthy makin' some pretty cool noises today with a red plastic thing for our album!! Thanks man!! Can't wait for ye to hear it, for those who can't, come check us out at De Barra's Folkclub this Saturday the 9th, 10:30pm, may the funk be with you :) 9. These new tunes are sounding fresh. Come hear them this Friday in The Marina Inn for Other Voices. 0pm and again 1. 0am. 26. Budget brass for The Conair Bar tonight in Dingle, 10pm!

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Sleaze
Vocals, Lyrics By – David J
5:52
B Quietude
Lyrics By – Charles BaudelaireVocals, Lyrics By [Translation] – Winston Tong
6:08

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Music For Speakers
  • Manufactured By – www.master-media.net

Credits

  • Clarinet [Bass Clarinet], Saxophone [Tenor Saxophone], Electronics – Niels Van Hoorn
  • Double Bass – Eric Van Der Westen
  • Drums, Synthesizer, Piano [Grand Piano], Guitar, Organ [Elka Organ], Sampler – Richard Van Kruysdijk
  • Electronics – Ryan Moore
  • Mastered By – Sandor Caron
  • Music By – Niels Van Hoorn, Richard Van Kruysdijk
  • Producer, Arranged By – Richard Van Kruysdijk
  • Recorded By – Lx Rudis, Richard Van Kruysdijk, Ryan Moore

Notes

Limited to 300 numbered copies.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, etched): M4S-31 SI-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, etched): M4S-31 SI-B
  • Rights Society: STEMRA