Feldman For Cage

Morton Feldman - For John Cage - Josje Ter Haar - John Snijders (1999)

Morton Feldman - For John Cage - Josje Ter Haar - John Snijders (1999)
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | COVER+BOOK | RAR FILES (3% recovery) | 247 Mb
Classical | hat[now]ART 124

Morton Feldman - For Samuel Beckett (1992)  

Posted by basa005 at Sept. 20, 2011
Morton Feldman - For Samuel Beckett (1992)

Morton Feldman - For Samuel Beckett (1992)
EAC RIP | APE + CUE + LOG | COVER + BOOK | RAR FILES (3% recovery) | 187 Mb
Classical | hatART CD 6107

Feldman – For Philip Guston  

Posted by p.cedric at Oct. 1, 2008
Feldman – For Philip Guston

Feldman – For Philip Guston
Classical | 2008 | 4'34'36 | EAC/FLAC+CUE | Front JPG | 809 MB

Morton Feldman - For Samuel Beckett (2000)  

Posted by peachfuzz at Oct. 4, 2007
Morton Feldman - For Samuel Beckett (2000)

Morton Feldman: For Samuel Beckett (2000)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 197 MB
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No other musician can stake a claim for primary Beckett-related importance more than Morton Feldman. Not only are Feldman's timeless, repetitive compositions often evocative of Beckett's minimalist prose, but a meeting in Berlin, 1976, lead to a warm relationship between the composer and the writer, one that bore fruit in several projects and collaborations. In 1976 he met Samuel Beckett in Berlin, at the Schiller-Theater, where Beckett was overseeing rehearsals of Footfalls and That Time. Coming in from the sunlight into the dark theatre, the already terribly myopic Feldman could barely see Beckett, and literally tripped on the stage after "shaking his thumb."
Morton Feldman, Erik Satie, John Cage - Rothko Chapel (2015) {ECM New Series 2378}

Morton Feldman, Erik Satie, John Cage - Rothko Chapel (2015) {ECM New Series 2378}
EAC rip (secure mode) | FLAC (tracks)+CUE+LOG -> 223 Mb | MP3 @320 -> 162 Mb
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© 2015 ECM Records | ECM New Series 2378
Classical / Avant-Garde / Chamber Music

This is a marvelous release, equally perfect in conception, execution, and engineering. The program locates the intellectual origins of the American avant-garde composers Morton Feldman and John Cage not in postwar European developments, but in the music of Erik Satie, who with each decade seems a more pioneering figure. Feldman and Cage here seem not modernists, but postmodernists. Front and center at the beginning is Feldman's masterpiece Rothko Chapel (1967), a chamber-ensemble-and-chorus evocation of the Houston, Texas, chapel adorned with paintings by, and partly designed by, the Abstract Expressionist painter Mark Rothko.

Luke Cage Noir #1-4 (2009) Complete  Comics

Posted by mikestoke at Feb. 9, 2013
Luke Cage Noir #1-4 (2009) Complete

Luke Cage Noir #1-4 (2009) Complete
English | CBR | 4 Issues | HD | 135.11 MB

A lot can change in ten years. And rarely for the better. Local legend Luke Cage, invincible, unstoppable, unflappable, finds that out the hard way when he returns to the mean streets of Prohibition-era Harlem after a ten-year stretch in Ryker's Island. All he wants is to be back in the loving arms of his woman, but certain powerful men have different plans for Cage. Willis Stryker, Cage's childhood friend turned Godfather of Harlem, wants him on his crew and under his thumb. And wealthy white socialite Randall Banticoff, whose wife is now very dead, murdered in a Harlem alley, wants Cage to investigate her death. Cage is about to learn that coming home is never easy, and to survive he might just have to kill a whole lot of people. Collects Luke Cage Noir #1-4.

Cage - Supremacy of Steel (2011)  

Posted by cha77os at Dec. 11, 2011
Cage - Supremacy of Steel (2011)

Cage - Supremacy of Steel (2011)
U.S.A. | Mp3 320 Kbps | 138 MB
Heavy/Power Metal

The mighty Cage return with their sixth album! Like the album cover, the music is a potent, powerful, sensory-overloading and all-encompassing encapsulation of everything that is great about heavy metal. Live for metal, die for Cage!!!

Luke Cage Noir 01 of 04  Comics

Posted by 333anubis at Aug. 14, 2009
Luke Cage Noir 01 of 04

Luke Cage Noir 01 of 04
English | CBR | 18,53 Mb

A lot can change in ten years. And rarely for the better. Local legend, Luke Cage, invincible, unstoppable, unflappable, finds that out the hard way when he returns to the mean streets of Prohibition-era Harlem after a ten-year stretch in Riker’s Island. All he wants is to be back in the loving arms of his woman, but certain powerful men have different plans for Cage. Willis Stryker, Cage’s childhood friend turned Godfather of Harlem, wants him on his crew, and under his thumb. And wealthy white socialite Randall Banticoff, whose wife is now very dead, murdered in a Harlem alley, wants Cage to investigate her death. Cage is about to learn that coming home is never easy, and to survive he might just have to kill a whole lot of people.

Cage a Firenze (1992)  

Posted by ooliver at Oct. 20, 2008
Cage a Firenze (1992)

Cage a Firenze (1992)
G.Cardini, D.Lombardi, p; R.Fabbriciani, fl; S.Scodanibbio, bass; F.Della Monica, voice
Avant-Garde | EAC (ape + cue) | CD 76:02 | Scanned magazine + artworks | 234MB

The concert dedicated to John Cage's music, performed in his presence and introduced by a brief conversation in public, was organized in the summer of 1992 (21 june) in Florence and obtained an exceptional success. It was really and truly an event because Cage had come to Florence on one previous occasion alone, about midway through the Fifties, on the occasion of a concert in the hall of Leonardo da Vinci Society which the young Luciano Berio took part in, and because the performers was the best ones for Cage's sounds.
A few weeks later (on 14 August), Cage died.
from the magazine Sonora, partially included
John Cage - Works for Piano & Prepared Piano, Vol. II (1988)

John Cage: Works for Piano & Prepared Piano, Vol. II (1988)
Classical | EAC (APE & CUE) | 255 MB
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This recording deals with works composed between 1944 and 1958, including several of Cage's lovely and masterful prepared piano pieces, which will come as a major surprise to those familiar only with his chance compositions. Joshua Pierce is the principal pianist (assisted by Dorothy Jonas on the Three Dances, written for two pianos) and attacks the pieces with a nice balance of delicacy and aggression, although compared to the earlier Angel recording of the abovementioned Three Dances, one sometimes wishes for a bit more ferocity. But it's the works themselves that shine here with their auras of Southeast Asia, especially Bali. The rhythms are rich and complex and, unexpectedly for Cage, there are hummable melodies here and there, as in the gorgeous Daughters of the Lonesome Isle, which, along with the equally beguiling Mysterious Adventure, here receives its first recording. Although other composers were investigating gamelan music at around the same time, it's easy to hear the influence these pieces had, especially rhythmically, on contemporaries like Lou Harrison and Harry Partch. Perhaps even more surprising is the (unprepared) piano song Dream, where Cage summons the spirit of Erik Satie in a beautiful, languid line that wanders a luxurious path through its seven minutes. The Three Dances that close out the disc are amazing romps through the prepared piano thicket, redolent of Balinese street fairs, bustling city life, and the love of rhythmic sound. If not quite as overwhelming as the Michael Tilson Thomas/Ralph Grierson versions from 1973, they are still an absolute joy to hear. This volume is a perfect entry point for the listener who may have previously been scared away from Cage. Nothing to fear here, only sublime music.
—Brian Olewnick