TEDDY BAR / LILITH by BRUNO SPOERRI

SKU68415
ArtistBRUNO SPOERRI
TitleTEDDY BAR / LILITH
LabelCACHE CACHE
Catalog #CACHE 005CD
Genre
ReleaseW 07 - 2013
FormatCD - UKCD
EAN Barcode5060099503856
Benelux exclusive, Import
 € 6,50 incl. VAT, excl. shipping

Tracks

  1. The Award
  2. The Silliest Tune
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/t/68416_teddy_bar_lilith/2_the_silliest_tune.mp3
  3. Brief Encounter
  4. Smalltalk
  5. Arrest Of Groucho
  6. Baby Baby
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/t/68416_teddy_bar_lilith/6_baby_baby.mp3
  7. Sweet Smell Of Success
  8. Too Much Smell
  9. Silliest Tune (Vocal Version)
  10. Big Reception
  11. Reanimation Of A Filmmaker
  12. Singing In The Dark
  13. Winding Down
  14. Strange Sounds
  15. The Dance
  16. Singing In The Closet
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/t/68416_teddy_bar_lilith/11_singing_in_the_closet.mp3
  17. Seduction
  18. Prepare For The Show
  19. Going To Work
  20. On The Way
    https://objectstore.true.nl/rushhourrecords:files/tracks/t/68416_teddy_bar_lilith/18_on_the_way.mp3

Description

Comprising two of the most complete bodies of work from innovative Swiss electronic jazz pioneer Bruno Spoerri this combined archival release delves into a deep vault of commercial and experimental film music revealing the vibrant versatility of the composer in collaboration with two important Swiss directors. Check!Utilising vocals in both a treated/experimental form as well as in a formal song based capacity this release instantly reveals two new sides to Spoerri�s personality. The two soundtracks also reveal the natural progression of Bruno's interaction between live bands and jazz musicians working alongside industrial field recordings and concr�te tape experiments (previously exemplified in his work for forklift truck manufacturer Lansing Bagnall). Spoerri's broad palette of electronic instruments is widely utilised within these recordings revealing Bruno's home studio as one of the early exponents of the Lyricon wind synth and various modular synthesisers developed and re-customised as part of a wider creative relationship with the creators of Buchla and Arp instruments. Both programmes span a decade of commercial work for Swiss and German advertising companies furnishing a unique Swiss culture of tangible vinyl giveaway records which punctuates the artists varied discography alongside a list that includes collaborations with musicians from German Krautrock band Can, legendary progressive jazz/electronic musicians like Klaus Weiss and Joel Vandroogenbroeck, as well as physical visual artists like Betha Sarasin. Presenting the entire previously unreleased score to Kurt Aeschbacher's experimental film Lilith and a remastered version of the rare vinyl soundtrack to Rolf Lyssy's comedy Teddy B�r (including an newly excavated non-LP track) this release goes beyond the typical realms of commercial film composition including full-length cues and fully realised electronic tracks which stand up both within and outside of the context of the original, seldom seen celluloid achievements.

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