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Sissy Spacek

15-tet Oakland

Helicopter
MP3 $9.90

12/14/2010 655035178424 

 


A historic lineup featuring players from all over the Northern California musical underground. SISSY SPACEK’s core members, JOHN WIESE and CORYDON RONNAU, are joined by Mitchell Brown (Gasp, Professor Cantaloupe), George Chen (KIT), Vice Cooler (KIT), Paul Costuros (Death Sentence: Panda!, Total Shutdown), Chris Dixon (DS:P!), Tony Dryer, Jacob Heule (Etteric), Loachfillet (Caroliner), Kanoko Nishi, Gino Robair, Amanda Warner (0th, MNDR), Kim West (DS:P!), and Gerritt Wittmer (Deathroes). Since the inception of the band Sissy Spacek in 1999, the primary focus has been on small tight groups playing small tight music. The first large ensemble was a 13-Tet in Los Angeles (documented on the California Ax 4xCD set released by Helicopter) which was guided by a graphic score. The two sets (and encore) in this documentation are a collective improvisation based on simple instructions recorded at 21 Grand in Oakland, California.

Tracklist

  1. #1 First Set

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  2. #2 Encore

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  3. #3 Second Set

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