Bourne, Matthew: Moogmemory

Bourne, Matthew SKU: 29394043
Bourne, Matthew: Moogmemory

Bourne, Matthew: Moogmemory

Bourne, Matthew SKU: 29394043

Format: VINYL LP

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Title: Moogmemory
Artist: Bourne, Matthew
Label: Leaf
Product Type: VINYL LP
UPC: 843190009312
Genre: Rock

Vinyl LP pressing includes bonus CD edition. 2016 album from award-winning English pianist and composer explores the vast sonic possibilities of voltage-controlled oscillators. Moogmemory follows the critical success of Radioland: Radio-Activity Revisited with Franck Vigroux and video artist Antoine Schmitt. Matthew Bourne has previously worked with artists as diverse as John Zorn, Annette Peacock, Nils Frahm, Nostalgia 77, Amon Tobin and Broadway Project. “I first met Matthew Bourne, a prodigious improvising pianist, who was fascinating to watch as he took that conventional instrument ‘off road’ in an emotional sweat. Post-gig, and still wild-eyed, he made a beeline for me, having heard that I also owned a Memorymoog. Matt was keen to compare notes, and to discuss the fact that he was having the Lintronics Advanced Memorymoog (LAMM) conversion done to his. I immediately thought that Matt was insane. Some years later, moogmemory is Matt’s paean to this living, breathing machine. No other instruments are used on the album, and its capabilities are drawn out by this extremely empathetic musician: beautiful, brooding landscapes of thick impasto to translucent sunbursts; Dr Bob would be proud!” - Graham Massey (808 State).

1.1 Somewhere I Have Never Travelled (For Coral Evans)
1.2 Alex
1.3 Nils
1.4 Sam
1.5 Andrew
1.6 Horn and Vellum
1.7 Daniziel
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