9 thoughts on “ Fifteen Saxophones - Dickie Landry* - Fifteen Saxophones (CD, Album)

  1. The three pieces appearing on his long out-of-print album Fifteen Saxophones (recently reissued by Unseen Worlds) demonstrate the delicate yet dramatic touch Landry brings to the table. "Fifteen Saxophones" takes the form of a locust swarm, small arpeggios emerging out of a synergistic hum, growing and receding with ominous mass as it proceeds.
  2. Dickie Landry ‎– "Fifteen Saxophones" (Northern Light Records ‎– FSA ) Here's another Philip Glass Ensemble member having a go at this minimalism fad; jazzy Saxophonist Richard "Dickie" Landry. Here he goes for the sustained tone, overdubbing himself fifteen times with the aid of Glass right-hand man Kurt Munkacsi.
  3. Anybody that’s investigated the prime ‘70s work of Philip Glass has heard the saxophone playing of Richard “Dickie” Landry. He also worked with Laurie Anderson and appears on the Talking Heads’ Speaking in Tongues LP. But the man also cut his own slice of killer experimental drift titled Fifteen Saxophones, a record that unlike so many impossibly rare and frustratingly high priced.
  4. Jul 23,  · Dickie Landry; Album Fifteen Saxophones; Licensed to YouTube by [Merlin] SC Distribution (on behalf of Unseen Worlds); BMI - Broadcast Music Inc. Dickie Landry — Fifteen Saxophones (
  5. Oct 12,  · Fifteen Saxophones, an Album by Dickie Landry. Released in on Wergo (catalog no. WER SM ; Vinyl LP)/5(2).
  6. “Having Been Built On Sand" , Richard Landry/Lawrence Weiner “Fifteen Saxophones” , Wergo Specturm “Fifteen Saxophones” re-issue of recordings Unseen Worlds, “Mass for Pentecost Sunday” Serious Music "Solo" Way Down in Louisiana .
  7. Fifteen Saxophones | Dickie Landry to stream in hi-fi, or to download in True CD Quality on sicilicumasletovaniridire.coinfo
  8. Apr 12,  · The opening track, “Fifteen Saxophones,” is indeed that, but they are all played by Landry thanks to a delay unit and overdubbing and the sorcerer-like engineering of Kurt Munkacsi, another alumnus of the Philip Glass Ensemble whose ability to mix the inputs of the other members of Glass’s ensemble live during performance Glass considered so significant that he placed him alongside them .

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