Taylor Deupree - January album download
Taylor Deupree – January. Label: Spekk – KK: 001. Format: CD, Album. Released: 08 Feb 2004. Composed between January and May 2003. Packed in custom made book-shaped paper pack (12,5cm x 16cm) with REPAK tray. Matrix, Runout: CDR03120228 CID-D002 KK 001. Mastering SID Code: IFPI LV11. Other Versions (2 of 2) View All.
The inspiration for the cd came from my visit to Japan on a tour with 12k artists Richard Chartier and Sogar. We made many, many friends and it was one of the most enjoyable and inspirational travels i have taken in recent memory. January attempts to loosely chronicle this trip by combining the stillness of looping passages with moving and non-repeating elements. a simple metaphor for our travels and the ideas. This album was written at a time in my life of great changes and new beginnings and is dedicated to my son, Nicholas, who was born on February 19th, 2003.
Taylor Deupree and Marcus Fischer created their expansive debut In A Place Of Such Graceful Shapes (12k2021, 2011) over four days in a frigid, snow-covered New York only a few short months after they met. Since then they have toured together, photographed, and written music together keeping the collaborative, creative energy up at every opportunity, wherever they find themselves. The seven tracks on the album are highly repetitive yet constantly shifting due to the asynchrony of the loops. All of the warm, tactile and dusty quality of the tape and vintage players is captured in the recordings and the listener can easily get lost in the slow, enveloping cycles. It was important for them to be surprised as they work, to not approach the album in the ways they had worked before where they knew what the outcome would sound like. The unexpected was a driving force behind the creation.
Hi Taylor Deupree, Sounds great! Good radio potential. 30 January 2014 ·. i've added a couple of more prints of mine for sale in the 12k shop. from the "Faint" series.
Taylor deupree - Journal (rough). After all my escapades with popular music, I bring you something serious, more ambient-oriented and absolutely elegant. Captiva is presented as a beautifully realized double-10 album graced with a pair of Polaroid photographs from the artists taken of the Fish House and its surrounding waters. The audio work and their photography was shown at the Rauschenberg gallery space in Chelsea in New York City in 2013. This is the duo’s first full-length collaborative recording following a series of performances, a song recorded with Ryuichi Sakamoto and a multi-channel sound piece for the touring exhibition, With Hidden Noise, organized by Independent Curators International.
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