For No One Vol​.​3

by mike lockwood

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This is the second take from the second session in a series of planned recording sessions. "For No One" is a structured improvisation piece written to engage the performers in a sort of listening round. It is a five movement "suite" of improvisations in which the performers will strive to "create a singular, patient, collected, undulating sound that watches itself". Each piece is five minutes long followed by five minutes of silence, stretching, relaxing, breathing and/or other non-actions, then the next piece will begin, and so on. Each piece contains at least one under-leader and at least one listener-follower. The under-leader makes their sounds without regard to the type of sounds that others are making. The under-leader plays freely at a volume underneath that of the listener-follower. The listener-follower bases their material solely off of that of the under-leader's. Each five minute piece contains a different U-L and L-F arrangement.
This particular day, the quintet did two takes of the 45 minute process.
Enjoy.

credits

released January 21, 2016

Andrew Conrad - doubles
Frank Silva - doubles
Joe Santa Maria - doubles
Timothy Glenn Carr - percussion
Mike Lockwood - percussion, composition

Recorded on January 12th, 2015 by Louis Lopez @ MorYork Gallery in Los Angeles, CA.

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