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Rrose Plays James Tenney: Having Never Written A Note For Percussion
Cat: FUR 099. Rel: 22 Apr 15
Experimental/Electronic
  1. Having Never Written A Note For Percussion (studio version) (20:16)
  2. Having Never Written A Note For Percussion (live at Dupont Underground) (22:18)
Review: A most interesting undertaking from Seattle's Further Records here, presenting two quite distinct reinterpretations of a composition from US minimalist James Tenney by former Sandwell District artist Rrose. Having Never Written a Note for Percussion was composed by Tenney back in 1971 and is regarded as a gruelling long form piece for a percussionist to perform. Back in 2012, Rrose did a live improvised take on the piece for a performance at Dupont Underground in Washington DC, and a recording of that forms one side of this album from Further. The other is a separate studio recording by Rrose and both extend Tenney's composition beyond its original eight minutes to a collective hour. Whereas the live version seems rife with tension and foreboding, the studio version is more alluring and hypnotic in its steady progression. Further deserve real applause for facilitating this release!
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