|Style:||Free Improvisation, Vocal, Noise, Experimental|
|Category:||Jazz / Rock|
|Other format:||VOX WMA AUD ADX AIFF AIFF MP4|
|2||Noises In My Head||3:00|
|3||Prelude To Biocosmo Pt. One||7:19|
|7||A Meeting In A Park||1:24|
|9||Prelude To Biocosmo Pt. Two||6:08|
Saxophone – Elliott Sharp
|MJR025||Boris Savoldelli / Elliott Sharp||Boris Savoldelli / Elliott Sharp - Protoplasmic (CD, Album, Promo, Adv)||Moonjune Records||MJR025||US||2009|
Boris Savoldelli doesn't even occupy the same rarefied territory as Phil Minton when it comes to free vocalizing. Instead, he carves out his own niche through his use of various electronic manipulations. However, it's guitarist Elliott Sharp's input that makes all the difference on Protoplasmic.
John Cage, alfiere della sperimentazione e cavaliere delle chance operations . Personnel: Boris Savoldelli: vocals, electronics; Elliott Sharp: guitars, saxophone (10), electronics. Title: Protoplasmic Year Released: 2009 Record Label: Moonjune Records.
With Savoldelli on vocals and live electronics (no overdubs are used) and Sharp on electric guitar, electronics, and the occasional sax, Protoplasmic has plenty of rock muscle. But for all its intensity and aggression, Protoplasmic also offers a lot of nuance
About Boris Savoldelli & Elliott Sharp. A major figure in New York City's avant-garde music community since the '70s, Elliott Sharp is a composer and instrumentalist whose body of work runs the gamut from experimental and contemporary classical pieces to blues, noise rock, and electronic music. Sharp was born in Cleveland, Ohio on March 1, 1951, and displayed a talent for music at an early age. He insists he began learning the piano when he was six years old, and started performing in public when he was eight. Sharp then took up the clarinet, and later the guitar.
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Vocalist Boris Savoldelli and guitarist Elliot Sharp entered Sharp's Studio zOaR in September 2008 and set its controls for an extended improvisation. The result was a session of communicative depth, and its highlights are now presented as Protoplasmic. Effects boxes are liberally used, but always with a focused sense of purpose. The knobs and buttons never get beyond the control of Savoldelli and Sharp's fingers.