Franck Dadure - Abstract 220V live in St Paul de Vence​-​ext-

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Live in St Paul de Vence:
Improvisation on an electric prepared guitar & homemade electronics played by Abstract 220V (Franck Dadure) and recorded live in a garden next door from the Maeght Foundation in St Paul-de-Vence, south of France.
Quite unexpectedly, The works of Chagall, Calder, Braque, Giacometti, Bury escaped from the neighboring Miró labyrinth, jumped over the border of separation, and took place among the audience, to attend the concert. We hear them very clearly in the recording manifest their hapiness many times. May they be thanked for this rare moment, as well as their authors, of course. F.D.


released July 29, 2019


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improvised electricity passenger, hairy cosmonaut with S.Dali electric guitar, distorted divinatoire Voodoo Sanza, night train between London & Tokyo, Avant-garde-à-toi, hazardous experimentations, trip-Hopper paint, cup of tea with attic citizens, warm atmosphere, unsafe Jeronimus Bosh Analog machines, Jack Vance effects pedals, 220 volts style (we see your skeleton). ... more

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