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Brion Gysin - The Pool K III


1998
Label: Alga Marghen - plana-G 7NMN.024 • Format: CD Album • Country: Italy • Genre: Electronic, Non-Music • Style: Field Recording, Experimental
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Don't be so sure. I posted the record cover photo the front cover of which was signed and dedicated by Brion in Paris in out of nostalgia for someone I respected. I won't "take issue" and, in fact, encourage anyone with a less "kind of silly" photo to replace it. How about a photo of Gysin alone?

The image posted is kind of silly, considering there are better shots, ones which don't need to state 'upper left' in order to be understood. That said, I'm sure whoever posted it will take issue. Born in England Location? Became a naturalized American, who lived most of his life in Morocco and France. I've seen a lot Janis Suite - Mandrake Paddle Steamer - Mandrake Paddle Steamer different resources that have his name as "Byron Gysin".

I was recently reading a book, Acid Dreamsthat mentions a "Byron Gysin". Does anyone know what his real name is, or possibly why this is so? Firstly, I'll have to apologise because I don't actually know too much about what sounds like a really interesting guy here.

What I do know is that, despite quite a lot of searching I can find no link between Gysin and the BBC Radiophonic Workshop as was previously stated and, in fact, is repeated on the 60 or so articles copied the material on this page. He did indeed make what would be considered radiophonic works, and the "pistol poem" which was mentioned in relation to the workshop before i deleted it was indeed made for the BBC as it says hereso I can understand where the mix-up would come from.

However I can find no evidence he was ever at the Radiophonic Workshop. If anyone can find any source which Sugar Kisses - Various - Get Lively! otherwise and isn't connected to the material on this page then I truly apologise but for now I thought it was best to get rid of it. I've also deleted a couple of links because they didn't seem to link to anything concerning Gysin. I've also discussed it for too long on this page!

In Recordings: on the track "Thoughts on the BBC," he says he was invited by the BBC in the early 60's to play around with a new track they had obtained. He worked Baila Baila - Kantuta - Pacifico a producer named Douglas Cleverdon.

He says he did the Pistol Poem with Cleverton. He doesn't, however, make it clear if it was done at the BBC Workshop. It's pretty clear he did visit the BBC at some point. I don't know enough about the Workshop to know if it's definitely where he would have visited at the Brion Gysin - The Pool K III , or if he might have visited some other recording studio, so I'll leave the actual judgement to somebody else.

Either way, I'd definitely like to see this article grow. He seems to have been vastly undercredited in his influence of Burroughs and Brion Gysin - The Pool K III . From these recordings, it sounds as if he was briefly involved with Breton and the Surrealists, as well as Jean Genet.

Recnilgiarc2 January UTC. In the Radiophonic Workshop's official 25th Anniversary book from it is referred to. He came to the Workshop and recorded a programme. If you listen to Dead city radio burroughs album he mentions Brion Gysin afew times. It's all in the Geiger biography.

I've just created a stub article on The Process novel. I've never read this book, however, so cannot contribute Brion Gysin - The Pool K III the article more than I have.

If anyone is more familiar with this book, please feel free to add information to the article. Thanks for your understanding. As Donald Keene tells us in his memoirs, the World War Two Army-courses included first lessons in "grass"-script - after the soldiers had mastered writing their Kanji in "Japanese elementary school"-script, the stuff universities manage not to teach in years. It is interesting to compare Gysin's Japanese -style with the handwritten examples in some, non-infantile, US-textbooks teaching Kanji Eleanor Harz Jorden.

I am a monumental misanthropist. Man is a bad animal…. Me, I AM Put Yourself In My Place - Erskine Hawkins And His Orchestra - Volume 1 (1938-1940) compromise, a compromise between the sexes in a dualistic universe. Dudanotak talk14 May UTC. I have just modified 4 external links on Brion Gysin. Please take a moment to review Brion Gysin - The Pool K III edit.

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Jun 19,  · The Pool K III CD is a work composed and performed by Paul Bowles. It was initially released and misattributed to Brion Gysin under the same title in by the Alga Marghen label. Barcode and Other Identifiers5/5(4).