Gary Lucas - guitars Knitting Factory Records KFR1141-2, 2017. Gary Lucas & Co de Kloet I Have a Cat. The last lengthy interview with Don Van Vliet a/k/a Captain Beefheart conducted by Co de Kloet for national Dutch radio NPO and scored to original music by Gary Lucas Gary Lucas - music, guitars Digitally released on Okaymusic OKM-0014, 2017, download here. Recorded live at the Czech Embassy Washington DC 2003 on the 14th Anniversary of the Velvet Revolution, with two additional studio tracks. Arranged and performed by Gary Lucas Jason Candler - sax on "Magical Nights" Produced by Gary Lucas Rare Lumiere Rarelum 016, 2014.
Knitting Factory Works changed to Knitting Factory Records in 1998. Distributed in Germany by EFA until early 2004. Label Code: LC 5650, LC 05650. Knitting Factory Records 361 Metropolitan Ave. Brooklyn, NY 11211 US. .Live At The Knitting Factory NYC (CD, Album).
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John Zorn's Cobra: Live at the Knitting Factory is a performance of John Zorn's improvisational game piece, Cobra, performed at the Knitting Factory in 1992. It also had a major impact on the electronic scene of New York
Noted avant guitarist and composer Gary Lucas was a colleague and friend to Don Van Vliet, better known as Captain Beefheart, who died Friday. Lucas offers an appreciation. Knitting Factory Records.
Gary Lucas is heard on an unusual solo guitar version of Albert Ayler's "Ghosts," pianist Myra Melford stretches out on "Some Kind of Blues," Joey Baron gets some odd sounds on electronics during a solo "Pause of the Clock" and guitarist Sonny-Sharrock's quintet romps on "Dick Dogs. other selections feature the quartet Chunk, Odd Job (a group with altoist Ned. Rothenberg), a trio with guitarist Fred Frith, a unit led by percussionist Glen Velez and a strange duet of turntables and electronic percussion
One of several new releases from Knitting Factory Records is Klezmer Festival 1998 which was recorded at the Knitting Factory in New York City as part of the Jewsapalooza festival.
The album, Gary Lucas vs the Dark Poets – Beyond the Pale, features an eclectic mixture of moody drum and bass, techno and rock tracks (notably "Prime Time", featuring vocals by Sarah Hilliard and James R. Hunter) as well as many early Lucas tracks and collaborations (including "Procuress from Karmelitska Street" featuring vocalist Pat Fulgoni of Kava Kava and original sketches of songs that. Lucas returned to Europe for a debut solo in Sardinia at the Santa Arresi Jazz Festival, and a special concert at the Paradiso in Amsterdam on September 2, 2012, in a collaboration with the Metropole Orkest and Dutch singers entitled "The music of Jeff Buckley and Gary Lucas" and featuring Italian vocalist Alessio Franchini; this coincided with publication of his first book
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