Title: Live In Europe
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david moss dense band. 01 To To Three To Tango.
Name: David Moss Dense Band. Album: Live In Europe. Style: Experimental, Avant-Garde. Similar Bands: John Zorn, Brand X, Secret Chiefs 3, Fantomas, Mr. Bungle. Based Out Of: NYC, NY. Label: Ear-Rational. Live in Europe - Cover & Record. Live in Europe - Back & Record. Live In Europe (1988). Two to Three to Tango 4:07. Glider 3:18 /. Neural Sense 4:31. Song of the Possible 4:43.
David Moss – Dense Band. Label: Moers Music – Moers Music 02040, Moers Music – MoMu 02040. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. Drums, Percussion, Percussion, Steel Drums – David Moss. Effects – Fred Frith (tracks: A6). Engineer – Martin Bisi.
Dense Band: Live In Europe (may 1987 - Ear-Rational, 1988) displayed the stellar line-up of Moss, Horvitz, Marclay, Jon Rose and bassist Jean Chaine. The Relative Band (april 1985 - Hot Music, 1985) was a group formed with Gillian McGregor on vocals, Jim Denley on sax and flute, Steve Moore on soprano sax, Jon Rose on violin, Eugene Chadbourne on guitars.
David Moss (born January 21, 1949 in New York City) is an American composer, percussionist and self-taught vocalist, founder of the David Moss Dense Band; co-founder and artistic director of the Institute for Living Voice, Antwerp. His performances are noted for their innovative style, multimedia approach and improvisation. Moss has lived in Berlin, Germany since 1991, when he received a fellowship from the prestigious Berlin Artist Program of the DAAD.
On Dense Band, percussionist and insane vocalist David Moss picks up where he left off with his preceding effort, Full House, expanding the number of musicians in a given piece but keeping to brief durations in an attempt to formulate a kind of avant-garde pop song. As the band's name implies, the sound is significantly denser and, partly due to this fact, the music is more successful. Moss also appeared more comfortable using vigorous, almost rock-like rhythms, giving the tunes a richer bed in which to layer more abstract squeals, turntable samples, and clattering percussion
Live in Europe is the first vinyl-Double-LP live album by American band Creedence Clearwater Revival, released in 1973 documenting the Mardi Gras tour. The album is notable because it was performed as a trio following Tom Fogerty's departure. The record was released despite John Fogerty's strong objections. The album was released after John Fogerty's final struggles with Fantasy Records, in which he as a songwriter was trapped.
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|A1||To To Three To Tango||4:07|
|A3||Day To Climb||4:20|
|B2||Song Of The Possible
Harmonica – Wayne Horvitz
- Recorded At – Festival Musique Action
- Mixed At – Studio CCAM
- Artwork – Nick Lawrence
- Bass – Jean Chaine
- Cello [19-string], Violin – Jon Rose
- Composed By – David Moss, Fred Frith (tracks: A1 to B2, B4), Jean Chaine (tracks: B3)
- Drums, Vocals – David Moss
- Mastered By – Francois Dietz*
- Recorded By, Mixed By – Didier Dalfitto
- Synthesizer [DX7], Synthesizer [DX100] – Wayne Horvitz
- Turntables, Performer [Records] – Christian Marclay
NotesRecorded at "Musique Action 87" in Vandoeuvre-lès-Nancy, France on May 23, 1987. Cover art: "The Entymologist".
|ELP 1004||David Moss - Dense Band*||Live In Europe (LP, Album, Cle)||Ear-Rational Records||ELP 1004||Germany||1988|
|ECD 1004||David Moss - Dense Band*||Live In Europe (CD, Album)||Ear-Rational Records||ECD 1004||Germany||1988|