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25 X 25 VINYL

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Formato: Otros
ISBN: 9783958299610
Idioma: INGLÉSMateria: Monografías
DescripciónIn early 1974 Joseph Beuys, Klaus Staeck and Gerhard Steidl sat in a Boeing 747 from New York to Düsseldorf, returning home after Be uys American tour. The trip had been a controversial success, and its every stage carefully documented by Staeck and Steidl in vide os, photographs and audiotheir trusty Sony TC-50 cassette recorder was always at Beuys side during his lectures, conferences and w orkshops. To relieve the boredom of the flight, the three listened to some of the recordings and Beuys surprisedly noticed just how much he laughed: why not edit this laughter into a single, surreal track?Steidl subsequently gave the original tapes to the young so und engineer Siegfried Schäfer, who set to work reducing bass and background noise, and created a final edit of 20 minutes. Steidl p layed this master to a delighted Beuys, who decided to issue it as an audiotape edition, in the mold of his 1969 recording Ja, Ja, J a, Ja, Ja, Nee, Nee, Nee, Nee, Nee (Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, Yes, No, No, No, No, No). Yet the master tape of Beuys Laughing was then sad ly lost for a period of 46 years, only to resurface in 2020. Now, re-mastered and digitized by Schäfer and Pauler Acoustics, it is f inally available to the public, in a limited-edition vinyl EP.