"Many of you will remember Manuel Göttsching by his Masterpiece "E2-E4" and know the fact it got sampled by far more than once. Think "Sueno Latino" to start with ... and the plethora of further re-recordings by Derrick May, Joe Claussell, and a bootleg by Carl Craig that prove how "Now" and Iconic Manuel's Work is. The 2006 edition "Joaquin Joe Claussell meets Manuel Göttsching" is the first attempt to bring these once illegal mixes finally to a broader and wider audience. It comes with 2 very rare and first time officially released tribute mixes of 1970's Göttsching Classics, carefully remodeled by Joe Claussell (21.12 minute "Deeper Distance" plus 10.17 Minute "Ain't No Time For Tears"). The last words, however, are left to MG himself, with "Shuttlecock", a final eighteen minute excursion, which has Manuel improvise over a soft carpet of delayed bell sounds, before the guitar fades away and the track deepens and thickens, like a dark river sweeping along ever more motives and harmonies. A perfectly balanced collaboration released on both CD and LP. Consisting of 3 Concert recordings: Tracks 1 und 3 in Paris, 12/1976, Track 2 in Berlin 8/1979" (label info)
soon in stock - please pre-order | FR| 2006| MG.ART | 20.90

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