Norman Salant - Saxaphone Demonstrations FLAC album
From the album "Saxaphone Demonstrations" released in 1982.
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Saxaphone Demonstrations by Norman Salant, released 20 December 1981 1. Golden Arm 2. Bowieszawa 3. Accidents 4. Tickets Are Free 5. Second Coming 6. 1. 7. After Loving 8. As Far As We Can See 9. Accidents (Club Version) Self-produced first studio album by Norman Salant, recorded in San Francisco in 1981. An early avant new wave masterpiece featuring overdubbed layers of massed electronically altered saxophones in eight unique compositions. Originally released on vinyl.
Album · 1981 · 9 Songs. Saxaphone Demonstrations II: Bad Loops - Love Letter - EP. 2011.
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Featuring: Norman Salant, music David Belmont, reading Jennifer Moloney, dance Appolonia Holzer, dance. as the Salon implies, if you want to perform the floor is yours. This morning i woke up to find a message from Bandcamp that overnight someone bought my first album Saxophone Demonstrations. How those connections are made I have no idea, but it's gratifying to know that the music still matters to people, even after all this time. Norman Salant - Golden Arm. from the album "Saxaphone Demonstrations" released in 1982.
Norman Salant began his solo career in San Francisco when he began experimenting with electronics by running his saxophone through electric guitar effects. While playing in the the Berkeley rock band Deakin led by Andy Shulman, he began creating electronically treated saxophone "orchestras" in his 4-track studio. It attracted the attention of local radio DJ David Bassin who encouraged him to release it as a single. His first album Saxaphone Demonstrations had a startlingly original sound constructed of layers of overdubbed and electronically altered saxophones, earning him a reputation as a pioneer in new saxophone technology. While some focused on the apparent misspelling of the word "saxophone" in the title, the album was quickly noticed by the alternative/indie circuit and was even selected by Trouser Press' America Underground as one of the ten best records of the year.
Norman Salant - Gargoyle 08:26. Norman Salant - Saxophone Stories 07:10. Sax Talk - Norman Salant. Always All Around You - Norman Salant. Saxaphone Demonstrations - Norman Salant. Yodeling Goodbye - Norman Salant. Sax, Off - Norman Salant.
Norman salant ponderosa jack hardy. Early life and career. Salant was born in 1953 and raised in The Bronx, New York. As a youth, he studied guitar and oboe, before teaching himself to play the saxophone as a teen. In 1973, while attending college at SUNY Buffalo, Salant joined experimental free-form rock group Charles Octet, originated by Chuck Hammer. The band had difficulty finding an audience, and when the group disbanded, Salant returned to New York City, where he briefly joined a disco band. He quit and moved to San Francisco in 1977. Officially released in December 1981, his first solo album Saxaphone Demonstrations was named one of Trouser Press's Ten Best Records of 1982. The album features "experiments with massed, minimalist-riff saxes," and the single "Accidents" (an adaptation of Blondie's "Accidents Never Happen").
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|4 Saxophone Demonstrations In The New Wave|
|A4||Tickets Are Free||3:35|
|4 Saxophone Ramifications Of Sex And Love|
|B4||As Far As We Can See||2:20|
- Marketed By – Go! Records
- Copyright (c) – Alive Records
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Alive Records
- Produced At – Different Fur Studios
- Recorded At – Underarden Studios
- Mastered At – The Automatt
- Arranged By, Engineer, Producer – Norman Salant
- Bass – Jerry Mark
- Drums – Gene Reffkin
- Engineer – Howard Johnston
- Guitar – Andy Schulman, Jeff Kaplan
- Guitar, Engineer – Steve Ashman (tracks: B1, B3)
- Lacquer Cut By – Paul Stubblebine
- Photography – Alan Grosso
- Synth [Yamaha Synth] – Jeff Ravon (tracks: B2)