Thursday, May 15, 2014

John Duncan Tribe 1988


1 –Etsuko Hasumi  Prisoner

2 –Taketoshi Watari  Caretaker

3 –John Duncan  Assasin

4 –Rax Karal  Rape Victim

5 –Haruhiro Itoh  Pirate Broadcast Engineer

6 –Sensei Nakayama  Voice Of Revolutionary Leader

7 –Claudia Hirtel  Doctor In Abandoned Hospital

8 –Etsuko Hasumi & Kiyohime Kato  Doctor's Assistants

9 –Katsu Mizumachi  Operation Victim

10 –Shyu Tsukahara & Etsuko Hasumi & John See  Muggers

11 –John See  Hugging Victim, Street

12 –Hiromi Yokuo  Hugging Victim, Abandoned Building

13 –Shinoko Katsuada & Kouji Yoshida & Kazu Oikawa & Seisei Jack  Citizens Watching Television

John Duncan

From noise to conceptual installations, shortwave-radio to enviromental recordings, John Duncan has been one of the most consistently confrontational, powerful, and compelling masters of experimentation of the last twenty years. Since 2001, Duncan has been releasing his records through his own label Allquestions. The label, based in Italy, has been quietly building up a catalogue of highly regarded recordings. Over the years, Duncan has worked on many rewarding collaborations: 'Incoming' with Christoph Heemann, 'Contact' with Andrew McKenzie (of the Hafler Trio), and most recently 'Da Sich Die Machtgier' with Asmus Tietchens. Other than on his own label, Duncan has released records on labels such as Touch, Staalplaat, Die Stadt and Heemann's own Streamline label.

🌟Seisei Jack is a one of different names of Seiei Jack Nakahara.

John Duncan – Tribe

Label: AQM – none

Format: VHS, PAL 

Country: Japan

Released: 1988

Genre: Electronic

Style: Abstract, Experimental

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