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Skeleton Crew  - Fred Frith - Tom Cora - Etymology mp3 flac download
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Skeleton Crew - Fred Frith - Tom Cora - Etymology mp3 flac download

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In 1982 Tom Cora and Fred Frith formed Skeleton Crew, an improvising rock and jazz band best known for their live performances where they played various instruments simultaneously. Cora and Frith were each one-man bands on stage and for their act, Cora constructed musical contraptions he could play with his feet. The band existed for five years during which time they toured Europe, North America and Japan extensively. In 1995 in The Netherlands, Cora and Frith collaborated, as Skeleton Crew, on Etymology, a CD-ROM sound sample library of sonic sounds and wire manipulations

Skeleton Crew (2), Fred Frith, Tom Cora - Learn To Talk (Album). Live At The Western Front (Album). The Ex + Tom Cora - And The Weathermen Shrug Their Shoulders (Album). RecRec Music, Ex Records.

Skeleton Crew had become the trio of Fred Frith, Tom Cora and Zeena Parkins when this album was made. The music here is richer, more rhythmical and the songs more developed than on their first album, and this ultimately led to the band's break-up. Frith explained that "we actually started to sound like a normal rock and roll band so it seemed kind of pointless to go on at that point.

1997 studio album by Skeleton Crew. Skeleton Crew was a United States experimental rock and jazz group formed in 1982. They originally consisted of English guitarist Fred Frith and American cellist Tom Cora, with American harpist and keyboardist Zeena Parkins joining later Frith later used Cora's cello samples on Etymology in "Traffic Continues II: Gusto", an extended piece Frith composed for Ensemble Modern on their 2000 album, Traffic Continues

Frith and Cora re-united again as Skeleton Crew in 1995 in the Netherlands at the Koeinverhuurbdrijf Studio, Purmerland to record a CD-ROM Etymology, a sound sample library of sonic sounds and wire manipulations. Encyclopedia Article. Fred Frith, Skeleton Crew (band), France, Rock music, Tom Cora. Jazz, Skeleton Crew (band), John Zorn, Fred Frith, Curlew (band). Björk, John Zorn, Fred Frith, Skeleton Crew (band), Tzadik Records. Skeleton Crew (band), Fred Frith, 1982, Tom Cora, Dave Newhouse.

Skeleton Crew 1982-1986 Fred Frith, Tom Cora 19 shows. hope you guys will enjoy! (all the details for each show are in text files. Maybe you could recommend some with the best sound quality ? Anyway thanks 19 times. PS : I think there are not only Fred Frith and Tom Cora in the line up, but also Dave Newhouse (ex Muffins) on some of the oldest shows, and, I guess, Zeena Parkins on the most recent.

Cello, Bass, Keyboards, Drums, Drums, Vocals – Tom Cora Guitar, Bass, Violin, Keyboards, Bass, Piano, Drums, Vocals – Fred Frith. Recommended Music – rm 02 (Germany). Recorded Christmas and New Year 1983-1984 at Sunrise Studio, Kirchberg, except track A7, recorded live in Victoriaville, Quebec. Thanks to snobb for the addition. No release results found : showing artist results instead. Funny Valentine TZADIK RECORDS 1998.

In 1982 Fred Frith and Tom Cora planned to work together in a quartet, but in a bizarre coincidence the other two members both suffered from collapsed lungs within a couple of weeks of each other. Frith and Cora elected to go ahead and work as a duo, playing all the instruments themselves. Frith and Cora reunited briefly in 1995 for Etymology, a CD of sound samples. Skeleton Crew broke up after this album, Fred Frith remarking that they were starting to sound like a normal rock and roll band.

Tracklist

1 0dB Test Tone A440
2 Guitar Sounds And Effects
3 Guitar Sounds And Effects
4 Guitar Sounds And Effects
5 Guitar Sounds And Effects
6 Guitar Sounds And Effects
7 Guitar Sounds And Effects
8 Guitar Sounds And Effects
9 Guitar Sounds And Effects
10 Guitar Sounds And Effects
11 Guitar Sounds And Effects
12 Guitar Sounds And Effects
13 Guitar Sounds And Effects
14 Guitar Sounds And Effects
15 Guitar Sounds And Effects
16 Guitar Sounds And Effects
17 Guitar Sounds And Effects
18 Guitar Sounds And Effects
19 Guitar Sounds And Effects
20 Guitar Sounds And Effects
21 Guitar Sounds And Effects
22 Guitar Sounds And Effects
23 Guitar Sounds And Effects
24 Guitar Sounds And Effects
25 Guitar Sounds And Effects
26 Guitar Sounds And Effects
27 Guitar Sounds And Effects
28 Guitar Sounds And Effects
29 Guitar Sounds And Effects
30 Guitar Sounds And Effects
31 Guitar Sounds And Effects
32 Guitar Sounds And Effects
33 Guitar Sounds And Effects
34 Guitar Sounds And Effects
35 Guitar Sounds And Effects
36 Guitar Sounds And Effects
37 Guitar Sounds And Effects
38 Guitar Sounds And Effects
39 Guitar Sounds And Effects
40 Guitar Sounds And Effects
41 Guitar Sounds And Effects
42 Guitar Sounds And Effects
43 Guitar Sounds And Effects
44 Guitar Sounds And Effects
45 Guitar Sounds And Effects
46 Guitar Sounds And Effects
47 Guitar Sounds And Effects
48 Guitar Sounds And Effects
49 Guitar Sounds And Effects
50 Guitar Sounds And Effects
51 Guitar Sounds And Effects
52 Guitar Sounds And Effects
53 Guitar Sounds And Effects
54 Guitar Sounds And Effects
55 Cello Sounds And Effects
56 Cello Sounds And Effects
57 Cello Sounds And Effects
58 Cello Sounds And Effects
59 Cello Sounds And Effects
60 Cello Sounds And Effects
61 Cello Sounds And Effects
62 Cello Sounds And Effects
63 Cello Sounds And Effects
64 Cello Sounds And Effects
65 Cello Sounds And Effects
66 Cello Sounds And Effects
67 Cello Sounds And Effects
68 Cello Sounds And Effects
69 Cello Sounds And Effects
70 Cello Sounds And Effects
71 Cello Sounds And Effects
72 Cello Sounds And Effects
73 Cello Sounds And Effects
74 Cello Sounds And Effects
75 Cello Sounds And Effects
76 Cello Sounds And Effects
77 Cello Sounds And Effects
78 Cello Sounds And Effects
79 Cello Sounds And Effects
80 Cello Sounds And Effects
81 Cello Sounds And Effects
82 Cello Sounds And Effects
83 Cello Sounds And Effects
84 Cello Sounds And Effects
85 Cello Sounds And Effects
86 Cello Sounds And Effects
87 Cello Sounds And Effects
88 Cello Sounds And Effects
89 Cello Sounds And Effects
90 Cello Sounds And Effects
91 Cello Sounds And Effects
92 Cello Sounds And Effects
93 Cello Sounds And Effects
94 Cello Sounds And Effects
95 Cello Sounds And Effects

Credits

  • Cello, Other [Cello-resonated Objects] – Tom Cora (tracks: 55 to 95)
  • Guitar, Effects [Electromagnetic Translations] – Fred Frith (tracks: 2 to 54)
  • Producer, Edited By – Thomas Dimuzio

Notes

"License Free Sounds", samples, created by and for the Skeleton Crew, plays as regular audio CD.
Recorded 1995 at the Koelnverhuurbedrijf Studio, Purmerland, Netherlands.

Also available as AIFF Mac/PC CD-ROM version (RF12).

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