Yeti #8

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In this volume: Interviews with Explode into Colors and Zola Jesus; famed musician/producer Jim Dickinson recalls growing up playing music in the segregated South, and how it's changed; a new look at the instruments Harry Partch created (with many full-page photos); the story of the unreleased album Johnny Mathis and Chic made together; extended interview with composer Eliane Radigue; Olivier Malosse's photographs of abandoned Japanese amusement parks; Amos Harvey's interview with the multiple personalities assumed by gospel-blues great Bishop Perry Tillis; visual work by Nicole Eriko Smith and Andrew Neyer; the hand-built noise instruments of Flower Electronics and King Capitol Punishment.

On the 80-minute CD: rare/previously unreleased music from: Ty Segall, Woven Bones, Fergus + Geronimo, Zola Jesus, Aran Ruth, Vaselines, Little Claw, Tyvek, Evan Miller, Pigeons, Pete Swanson, Mantles, Jim Dickinson, the Splinters, Brown Recluse, Neverever, Gospel Songbirds, Limes, Bishop Perry Tillis, Inca Ore, Vampire Hands, Myelin Sheaths, the Moles.

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Author Mike McGonigal (editor)
Publisher Yeti Publishing
Page Count 194pp
Publication Size 6 x 9
Publication Notes perfect bound, b/w, includes CD
Publication Date December 15, 2009
ISBN 978-0978878689

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