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Violin Music in the Age of Shopping

by JOHN ROSE with Shelley Hirsch, Chris Cutler, Otomo Yoshihide

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TV Shopping 03:24
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Temptation 03:13
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Blind Faith 01:52
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Dream 03:28
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Is It Me? 01:37
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The Gift 01:21
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Tribal Chant 03:21
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Intakt CD 038

Australian violinist, composer and oddball Jon Rose’s 1995 album Violin Music in the Age of Shopping is one of the most left field items in Intakt’s extensive discography. A postmodern celebration and satire of easy-listening mall music, it slides with reckless insouciance from the over-the-top saccharine muzak schmaltz of “TV Shopping” to the teetering bricolage of “The Channel Surfer’s Guide to the Information Industry” to the fractured noise rock of “Tribal Chant.”
Noah Berlatsky, Bandcamp Intakt-Label profile, 2020

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released January 1, 1995

Jon Rose: Concept, Text, Arrangents, Violin, Interactive Samples, Toy Violins, Voice
Shelley Hirsch: Voice
Chris Cutler: Drums, Electronic Percussion, Packaging
Otomo Yoshihide: Turntables, Guitar, Samples, Muzak, Locations Shopping Recordings
Guest: Irène Schweizer, special guest shopper on Piano / Rik Rue. shopping lists compilation / Matsubara Sachiko, Noda Shingenori, elevator girls recordings

Recorded by Peter Pfister at Rote Fabrik Zürich, Switzerland, March 28, 1994. Master editing by Ray Edgar, Steim, Amsterdam, Aug. 8, 1994. Executive production: Fredi Bosshard. Produced and published by Intakt Records, Patrik Landolt

More information about the project:
www.jonroseweb.com/f_projects_shopping.html

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