30 10 2008
#1982

MYSTIFIER Box

Mystifier “Baphometic Goat Worship” 6 x LP + 48 page booklet (Die hard version with an extra Live Ritual 1989 Picture LP and T-shirt. European distribution by Iron Bonehead and Iron Tyrant)

Mystifier boxset track breakdown:

LP 1: Wicca

Side A: 1-5 (23:17)
Side B: 6-9 (21:5

Side A:
1. The Witch Voisin Recites Our Gloat (Intro) / Osculum Obscenum
2. Tormentum Aeternum
3. Cursed Excruciation
4. Defloration (The Antichrist Lives)
5. (Invocacione) The Almighty Sathanas

Side B:
6. The Dark Kingdom (T.E.A.R.)
7. An Elizabethan Devil-Worshiper's Prayer-Book
8. Hyoscyamus Niger
9. Mystifier (Satan's Messengers) / Our Gloat (Outro)

LP 2 & 3: Goetia

Side A: 1-2 (14:12)
Side B: 3-5 (16:20)
Side C: 6-7 (11:32)
Side D: 8-9 (14:07)

Side A:
1. Alistair Crowley and Ordo Templi Orientis
2. An Elizabethan Devil Worshipper's Prayer Book

Side B:
3. The Sight of the Unholy Cross
4. Caerimonia Sanguilentu (Goetia)
5. Beelzebuth

Side C:
6. The Realm of Antichristus
7. The True Story About Doctor Faust's Pact With Mephistopheles

Side D:
8. Cursed Excruciation / The Sinuous Serpent of Genesis (Levathan)
9. The Baphometic Goats of Knights Templar in the 12th Century

LP 4: Tormenting the Holy Trinity (Check track breakdown)

Side A: 1-4 (18:11)
Side B: 5-9 (14:19)

Side A:
1. The Witness (Intro) / Mystifier 04:25
2. Possession 03:33
3. Christian Proscription 05:54
4. Cursed Excruciation 03:09

Side B:
5. Fierceness 00:28
6. Massacre (Bathory cover) 02:39
7. The Six Celestial Desires of the Virgin 03:57
8. The Almighty Satanas 03:01
9. Satan's Aberrations 03:19

LP 5: Aleister Crowley + Live

Side A: 1-5 (21:2
Side B: 6-7 of AC demo + Disc 3 Live (About 19 minutes total)

Side A:
1. My Gloat (Intro) / Osculum Obscenum
2. Defloration (The Antichrist Lives)
3. An Elizabethan Devil-Worshipper's Prayer-Book
4. Hyoscyamus Niger

Side B:
5. Tormentum Aeternu
6. The Dark Kingdom (T.E.A.R.)
7. Mystifier (Satan's Messengers)

Disc 3: Live 1990 in São Vicente Metal Rock Festival ar Feira de Santana/BA

8. The Ancient Prediction
9. Impulsive Defloration
10. The Awakening of Satanas

Live Line up:
Meugninousouan - vocals
Beelzeebubth - bass guitar
Behemoth - lead guitar
Lucifuge Rofocale - drums

LP 6: TEAR + Live

Side A: 1-2 (7” tracks only. 10:47)
Side B: Live 1990 from Disk 1 (16:0

Side A:
The Cult (Intro) / Ancient Prediction (My Eternal Nightmare)
The Sign of the Unholy Cross / The Cult Continues (Outro)

Side B:
Disc 1: Live 1990 in Pacha Club at Salvador/BA

01 - Osculum Obscenum
02 - Cursed Excruciation
03 - The Sign of the Unholy Cross

Live Line up:
Meugninousouan - vocals
Beelzeebubth - bass guitar
Behemoth - lead guitar
Lucifuge Rofocale - drums

LP 7: Die Hard Live LP. Live 89 from Disc 1

Side A: 1-4 (13:54)
Side B: 5-7 (11:17)
Disc 1: Live 1989 in Gamboa Theater at Salvador/BA

Side A:
01 - Ancient Prediction
02 - Impulsive Defloration
03 - The Awakening of Satanas
04 - MystifieR - Satan's Messengers

Side B:
05 - The Six Wishes of the Virgin Mary
06 - The Dark Kingdom
07 - Satan's Aberrations

Live Line up:
Meugninousouan - vocals
Beelzeebubth - bass guitar
Behemoth - lead guitar
Lucifuge Rofocale - drums

www.nwnprod.com

30 10 2008
#1981
29 10 2008
#1980

Recording @ WORM / Cem studio, Rotterdam for Eternelle Idole 1008

With fellow BEING: D:O:S
Thats ARP 2500 raga and drones all the way.
No, I am not Eleph. Thanks.

28 10 2008
#1979

More Confessor Waterworks

"In 1988 I invited Confessor to play in a battle of the bands at Fame City in Houston. This song was broadcast on local access tv. We videotaped 3 gigs while they were in Houston. This was at the time of their Uncontrolled Demos. "

28 10 2008
#1978

Pandit Hariprasad and Pandit Shiv Kumar - Raga Bhopali &

ugalbandi between two giants of indian classical music peforming raga bhopali. On Tabla is Pandit Anindo Chatterjee playing drut teental (fast 16 beats)

Also:
Pt Hariprasad Chaurasia - Raag Chandrakauns
festival gandharva pune 1992
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U5h19sgkuGk

28 10 2008
#1977
28 10 2008
#1975
27 10 2008
#1974

Pandit Pran Nath

Pandit Pran Nath 90th Birthday Memorial Tribute Concert


Concert of Pre-recorded Tapes
of
Pandit Pran Nath performing
Evening Ragas
with
live commentary by
La Monte Young & Marian Zazeela


Saturday, November 1, 2008, 7 pm
MELA Foundation Dream House
275 Church Street, 3rd Floor, New York, NY 10013
Between Franklin & White Streets in Tribeca
Admission $16. MELA Members, Seniors, Student ID, $12.
Limited seating. Reservations recommended.
212-219-3019 or 212-925-8270.

In honor of Pandit Pran Nath's 90th Birthday and in celebration of his extraordinary life and work, MELA Foundation is presenting a concert of tapes of Pandit Pran Nath performing Evening Ragas on Saturday, November 1, 2008 at 7 pm in the MELA Dream House, 275 Church Street, 3rd floor. The concert is curated by La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, who will present commentary on the music during the event. The concert will continue for several hours.


Pandit Pran Nath, who passed away on June 13, 1996, virtually introduced the vocal tradition of North Indian classical music to the West in 1970. He studied for twenty years as a disciple of Ustad Abdul Wahid Khan, the foremost master of the Kirana gharana. Pran Nath's 1971 morning performance at Town Hall, New York City, was the first concert of morning ragas to be presented in the U.S. Subsequently, he introduced and elaborated to Western audiences the concept of performing ragas at the proper time of day by scheduling entire series of concerts at special hours. Many students and professional musicians came to him in America to learn about the vast system of raga and to improve their musicianship. In 1972, Pran Nath established his own school in New York City under the direction of his disciples La Monte Young and Marian Zazeela, the Kirana Center for Indian Classical Music, now a project of MELA Foundation. Over the years he performed hundreds of concerts in the West, scores of them in New York City, and in Fall 1993, he inaugurated the MELA Foundation Dream House with three Raga Cycle concerts. He continued to perform here annually during his remaining years and on May 12 and 17, 1996, his two concerts of Afternoon and Evening Ragas in the Dream House were his last public performances.

Pran Nath's majestic expositions of the slow alap sections of ragas combined with his emphasis on perfect intonation and the clear evocation of mood had a profound impact on Western contemporary composers and performers. In addition to Young and Zazeela, minimalist music composer Terry Riley became one of his first American disciples, to be followed by Sufi Pir Shabda Kahn. Fourth-world trumpeter Jon Hassell, jazz all‑stars Don Cherry and Lee Konitz, composers Jon Gibson, Yoshimasa Wada, Rhys Chatham, Michael Harrison and Allaudin Mathieu, mathematician and composer Christer Hennix, concept artist and violinist Henry Flynt, dancer Simone Forti, and many others took the opportunity to study with the master.

La Monte Young pioneered the concept of extended time durations for over 50 years, contributed extensively to the development of just intonation and rational number based tuning systems in his performance works and the periodic composite sound waveform environments of the Dream House collaborations with Marian Zazeela, and had a wide-ranging influence on contemporary music, art and philosophy. As the first Western disciple of renowned master vocalist Pandit Pran Nath, Young has performed and taught the Kirana style of Indian classical music since 1970. He accompanied Pandit Pran Nath in hundreds of concerts throughout the world. In June 2002, the title of Khan Sahib was conferred upon Young by Ustad Hafizullah Khan Sahib, the Khalifa of the Kirana Gharana and son of Ustad Abdul Wahid Khan Sahib. In Summer 2002, Young and Zazeela founded The Just Alap Raga Ensemble, which features extended alap sections and sustained vocal drones in just intonation over tamburas and is now Young’s primary compositional and performance vehicle, presenting annual concert series at the MELA Dream House. "For the past quarter of a century he [Young] has been the most influential composer in America. Maybe in the world." (Los Angeles Herald Examiner, 1985). "As the acknowledged father of minimalism and guru emeritus to the British art-rock school, his influence is pervasive" (Musician magazine, 1986). “Young is now widely recognized as the originator of the most influential classical music style of the final third of the twentieth century.” (Strickland, Minimalism:Origins, 1993). “La Monte Young: Le Son du Siècle.” (L’Express L’An 2000 Supplement, 1999).

Marian Zazeela is one of the first contemporary artists to use light as a medium of expression. Expanding the traditional concepts of painting and sculpture while incorporating elements of both disciplines, she developed an innovative visual language in the medium of light by combining colored light mixtures with sculptural forms to create seemingly three-dimensional colored shadows in radiant vibrational fields. Zazeela began singing in 1962 with La Monte Young as a founding member of The Theatre of Eternal Music, and performed as vocalist in almost every concert of the ensemble to date, in addition to creating the visual components of Dream House, their collaborative sound and light work. Her major work, The Magenta Lights, has been described in Art Forum as representing “the subtle relationship between precision and spirituality. [She] transforms material into pure and intense color sensations, and makes a perceptual encounter a spiritual experience." With Young in 1970, she brought Pandit Pran Nath to the U.S. and became one of his first Western disciples. She has since performed and taught the Kirana style of Indian classical music and accompanied Pandit Pran Nath in hundreds of concerts throughout the world. Zazeela created light environments for Pandit Pran Nath's performances of Morning, Afternoon, Sunset and Evening Ragas and her distinctive calligraphic style appears on many of Pran Nath’s concert posters and recordings. Zazeela continues to perform with Young in their Just Alap Raga Ensemble.

For further information: mail@melafoundation.org; www.melafoundation.org

MELA's programs are made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency and generous contributions from individuals and MELA Members.

MELA Foundation, Inc.
275 Church Street
New York, NY 10013
USA

26 10 2008
#1973

November 11th - Studio672/Stadtgarten - Merzbow & Richard Pinhas vs PARIS

November 11th - Studio672/Stadtgarten - Merzbow & Richard Pinhas duo + Das Synthetische Mischgewebe - Cologne, Germany
www.stadtgarten.de

November 12th - Instants Chavirés - Merzbow & Richard Pinhas duo + DJ K.OZ - Paris, France
www.instantschavires.com

presales for paris show
bimbo tower > 5, passage saint-antoine, paris XIème
souffle continu > 20-22 rue gerbier, paris XIème
amiando.com > www.amiando.com/IC121108

souffle continu > NEW RECORD STORE IN PARIS!!! > soufflecontinu.free.fr

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