You came this way: Home > Curator: suRRism-Phonoethics > Jamison Williams > Helen Mirren [prologue]

Helen Mirren [prologue] by Jamison Williams

Album Description

Jamison Williams - 'Helen Mirren [prologue]'
Released:September 14th, 2013
Length:00:34:15

suRRism-Phonoethics is truly amazed to release Jamison Williams – ‘Helen Mirren [prologue]‘!

“This album was originally released by Vantage Bulletin through the [PROLOGUE] series, the precursor to the eventual ACT (I, II) series;
this particular album was the debut release (2004) of my solo saxophone recordings, and under this particular condition,
I was completely shit faced from a Bill Henderson donated bottle of homemade 150 proof scorcher.
All recorded in one sitting, no edits, no added effects.
This cover commemorates the 10 year anniversary of the release of this monumental album of Vantage Bulletin publishing,
a start of an amazing development in saxophone techniques.”

credits
released 24 May 2013
Jamison Williams (alto saxophone)
recorded at (POP) nouveau (the Fraser District)
on December 2004
produced by Vantage Bulletin
suRRism-Phonoethics (sPE_0168)

Jamison Williams.
Soprano saxophone player specializing in experimental deconstructionism, and extended techniques; currently heading up the EAUF (Experimental Arts Union of Florida).
Resides in Jacksonville, Florida.

 

melanche & olives trusted performers hide deep inside
hollow hurts béton, spoils laquer as he nails their teeth to thighs
she loves she smiles I cry why must I he thinks about herself
but else the lightening is anthological mentionable notice of white leather pockets patched as signs displaying force to their knees of fortune
in a state of beyond he would travel by pleasures of wheels trending purses being slaughtered as symbols
when again did the time rise as he fell perhaps the tide was ready to come
wall wall fly call by read as 30’s_bpm to find the 50’s coin hearted flavor on duty to finally meet as the commerce drooled name etc.
” -Jaan Patterson


Share

Comments

There are no comments for this page, but feel free to be the first!
log in to post comments