|04.03.2006, 02:28 PM||#3|
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Join Date: Mar 2006
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Torrent #89651 John Zorn and Sonic Youth, The South Bank Show, 1989
Torrent fileSouthBankShow_19890312.torrent (will be personalized for you upon download)Downloads asSouthBankShow_19890312Info hash68a68298f86b66dd3e8e1e8cfaced814433de46cDescri ption"Put The Blood In The Music"
Directed by Charles Atlas. Aired in the UK on The South Bank Show, 12th March 1989.
53 minutes. PAL.
Documentary on the New York experimental scene focusing on John Zorn and Sonic Youth. I've seen references to a 75 minute version that also features performances from The Ambitious Lovers and Hugo Largo, neither of which feature in this version. John Zorn talks about the gestation of "Spillane" and is seen performing at a rehearsal space and at the Knitting Factory with Spy Vs. Spy. Sonic Youth perform in a rehearsal space and in an industrial building of some kind, and are interviewed/filmed in various New York locations. They discuss the NY experimental music scene with John Cale, and goof around a lot. Both artists are commented on by various NY contemporaries, including Lydia Lunch, Glenn Branca, Ikue Mori, and Christian Marclay.
PAL VHS(1) -> Panasonic DMR-ES10 -> DVD Decrypter 126.96.36.199 -> TMPGEnc DVD Author 188.8.131.52 (edit out leading and trailing frames & commercial break, add chapter breaks & menu)
Haven't seen this circulated much since broadcast. A mpeg of just the Sonic Youth part of the show turns up now and again on other torrent sites. It is an excellent doc, a real nice snap-shot of the scene at that time. Highlights: Zorn's record collection, obviously; Cale with Sonic, two generations of NY noise shooting the breeze; Steve Shelley in a record shop giving props to Half Japanese - "their time will come", says the record shop owner. Well, we're still waiting.
Image quality is excellent. My VHS was dubbed from the master. It has some of that VHS graininess but there are no flaws or artefacts. Here's a couple of screenshots: http://www.pcoward.co.uk/tmp/sbs1.jpg & http://www.pcoward.co.uk/tmp/sbs2.jpg
My ADSL creaks a bit when seeding real big torrents like this one. Be patient, I'm on 24/7, you will get the DVD soon enough. And please help us all out by continuing to seed after completion. Other than the usual reasons of basic courtesy and sense of community, my PC will be switched off for the week commencing 10th April, so I won't be able to seed during that time.
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