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Bruce Gilbert - This Way MP3 Herunterladen Artist: Bruce Gilbert
Album: This Way
Stil: Abstract, Industrial, Minimal
Kategorie: Elektro-Musik
Datum der Freigabe: Aug 1984
Land: Europe
Etikett: Mute
Katalognummer: STUMM 18
Größe MP3: 2752 mb
Größe FLAC: 2344 mb
Bewertung: 4.3

Trackliste

1Here Visit
2Work For >Do You Me? I Did<
3Work For >Do You Me? I Did< (1&2)
4U, Mu, U

Versionen

CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
C STUMM 18Bruce Gilbert This Way ‎(Cass, Album)MuteC STUMM 18UK1984
eMEGO 102Bruce Gilbert This Way ‎(CD, Album, RE, RM)Editions MegoeMEGO 102Austria2009
eMEGO 102PBruce Gilbert This Way ‎(CDr, Album, Promo)Editions MegoeMEGO 102PAustria2009

Credits

  • CoverAngela Conway
  • EngineerJohn Fryer
  • Mastered ByTimtom
  • Music ByBruce Gilbert

Hinweise

Inspired and commisioned by Michael Clark for dance-work "Do You Me? I Did".

Barcodes

  • Matrix / Runout: MPO STUMM 18 AI TimTom: cbs
  • Matrix / Runout: MPO STUMM 18 BI

Unternehmen

  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mute Records
  • Copyright (c) – Mute Records
  • Recorded At – Blackwing Studios
  • Published By – Dying Art Ltd.
  • Pressed By – MPO

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Album

Album 1984 4 Songs. This Way. Bruce Gilbert. Alternative free to Bruce Gilbert This Way Work For Do You Me I Did 1&2, Work For Do You Me I Did 3 and more. 4 tracks . Bruce Clifford Gilbert born on 18 May 1946 in Watford, Hertfordshire is an English musician, one of the founding members of the influential and experimental art-punk band Wire and a pioneer in the experimental noise scene. He studied art in a British art school and found a niche in the budding avant-garde music scene in late-1960's England. Gilbert's experimental inclinations in his musical tastes later influenced his guitar playing in the art-punk band Wire. While in Wire he was known as the most experimental member of the group. Bruce Clifford Gilbert born 18 May 1946 is an English musician. One of the founding members of the influential and experimental art punk band Wire, he branched out into electronic music, performance art, music production, and DJing during the band's extended periods of inactivity. He left Wire in 2004, and has since been focusing on solo work and collaborations with visual artists and fellow experimental musicians. This Way is Wire guitarist Bruce Gilbert's first solo album, and it took a few by surprise. Suddenly, the man revealed himself to be a strong experimental industrial composer. This Way combines Wire's lumbering rhythmics with Einsturzende Neubauten's noise, Conrad Schnitzler's approach to the synthesizer, and a little of Stockhausen for good measure. This is not a rock guitar player's album - although the guitar is in there providing raw materials - but an avant rocker's take on abstract music. The bulk of the album is taken up by Work for Do You Me I Did. Bruce Gilbert: English musician. Rose in a Red Sunset, One Eyed Dog, Cool Georgia Morning и другие песни. This Way CD, Album, RM, RP. eMEGO 102. I Did 2 eventually usurps it, replacing it with something typical of GILBERT & LEWIS, which hangs in the air like a delicate but strange artifact, transforming through a breathing-like connection into something similar yet different enough to hold the attention. It sustains, metallic yet dull, creating an atmosphere of mild but obvious threat, a machine dog bark echoing across an empty, abandoned, decadent plaza, insatiable and lonely in the heat of an eternal afternoon. Bruce Gilbert This Way Review. Released 2009. Finally, the album concludes with two short compositions, the mechanical Here Visit and U, Mu, U, a music concrete-like piece apparently simulating a steam train at full tilt. For anyone with a fascination for synth noise, or even the less-trod areas of the British experimental underground, This Way is history worth revisiting. This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Licence. If you choose to use this review on your site please link back to this page. Bruce Gilbert Ex Nihilo, released 23 March 2018 1. UNDERTOW 2. CHANGE AND NOT 3. NEGATIVE MASS 4. IN MEMORY OF MV 5. HYMN 6. BLACK MIRROR 7. HA8 8. NOMAD 9. Ex Nihilo is another significant entry into Gilberts outre sound-book. Bruce Gilbert well known for being the guitarist of WIRE an early punk band vanished by the Sex Pistols infamous fame, has been inducted into PA's electronic genre and I could not be happier. Of course his electronic projects are not a WIRE extension, but his punk n' spunk is still there. As a follower of both WIRE and Gilbert's solo endeavors, it is not that far-fetched to understand the reason to merge both releases. Ex Nihilo. Pillow Full of Dreams. Frequency Variation. This Way To The Shivering Man

Anwenderberichte
Still In Mind
Quite an old recording this (1984), but like any good music within the Industrial/Experimental field, it isn't timely simply because it exists outside of the ever flowing stream of 'Popular' music. All of the first side and much of the second was commissioned by Michael Clark as dance music for ">Do You Me? I Did<". Side one opens with ">Do You Me? I Did (1)<", a gradually-building-yet-remaining-static piece of music which opens on a sub-WHITEHOUSE blast. White Noise sounding closer to tape noise rises and falls throughout the looping, almost choral sound. It hangs in the air like a pleasantly-coloured-yet-somehow-tainted mist, punctuated by the occasional bass sound, or a querulous backwards echo. It has an odd, almost biological flavour to it. ">Do You Me? I Did (2)<" eventually usurps it, replacing it with something typical of GILBERT & LEWIS, which hangs in the air like a delicate but strange artifact, transforming through a breathing-like connection into something similar yet different enough to hold the attention. It sustains, metallic yet dull, creating an atmosphere of mild but obvious threat, a machine dog bark echoing across an empty, abandoned, decadent plaza, insatiable and lonely in the heat of an eternal afternoon. Side two opens with ">Do You Me? I Did (3)<", a more obvious 'dance' piece in that it has a beat (a flanging, breathy, hypnotic rhythm, suggestive of lithe body movement) while synths paint ephemeral abstracts across the invisible walls. This rhythm changes into a more harsh, hard, industrial rhythm, still cold & repetitive, yet so much larger. It reaches in bright metallic streaks for a firmament which might or might not be there, which remains out of reach, beyond touch. It changes into an even more complex piece of stereo panned white noise sequencer which threatens to engulf you if played loud enough, a giant of a piece which injects emotion into the listener. "Here Visit" opens on a looping dense rhythm which seems caught inside an infinite echo chamber, without actually echoing at all, changing gradually, almost imperceptively, hiding it's changes inside it's dense, driving hide, You might describe this as a work written by STEVE REICH, played by the Burundi drummers after tutelage by TEST DEPT. "U, Mu, U" is the only track from this EP/cassette not to appear on the later "This Way To The Shivering Man" CD. Again it is a dense piece of percussive music, although imagine WIM MERTENS looking over REICH's shoulder saying 'no, I'd put a tempo change in there' '3/4, not 4/4', much to REICH's ire.
A very interesting little album this. I'd recommend the aforementioned CD as well (or instead) which has four more longish tracks on. If you're into DOME, GILBERT & LEWIS or that first AC MARIAS AC single, give this a whirl, I doubt you'll be disappointed.

Originally reviewed for Soft Watch.