Dead Dread - Naked City - Torture Garden (CD, Album)

01.09.2019
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  • Torture Garden, an Album by Naked City. Released in on Shimmy (catalog no. Shimmy ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Avant-Garde Jazz, Grindcore.
  • Black Box CD music With the original Torture Garden album being out of print, this is the only available release of that album. But many, many thanks to the people at Tzadik for making this album available again, because this is music of the highest caliber. By maikelaarts (Oosterhout, Netherlands) (0).
  • Torture Garden is based on the maniacal anguish presented in the S&M film underground of late-'80s Japan. With its series of 42 pieces ranging in length from eight seconds to one minute, the Torture Garden CD reflects Zorn's infatuation with this element of the Japanese marscontiehyserecompserderschachansi.co: $
  • Torture Garden () is a Studio album by Naked City. Genres: Jazzcore, Grindcore. Songs: Blood Is Thin, Demon Sanctuary, Thrash Jazz Assassin, Dead Spot, Bonehead.
  • Aug 27,  · 1. Grand Guignol 2. La Cathedrale Engloutie 3. Douloureux, Dechirant 4. Tres Lent, Contemplatif 5. Allegro Drammatico 6. Prophetiae.
  • Naked City, John Zorn - Grand Guignol - marscontiehyserecompserderschachansi.co Music Skip to main content Hello, Sign in 20th Anniversary Edition: Torture Garden / Leng Tch'e John Zorn. out of 5 stars Audio CD. $ Radio John Zorn. Dead Dread Speedfreaks New /5(15).
  • "Torture Garden" is an accurately named and brutal listen-- while the material is stunning in its diversity, direction,and virtuoso performances, its not exactly easy to digest, and it switches directions drastically. The material on "Torture Garden" was also released on two other albums, the self titled debut ("Naked City") and "Grand Guignol".4/5(7).
  • Torture Garden, an Album by Naked City. Released in on Shimmy (catalog no. Shimmy ; Vinyl LP). Genres: Avant-Garde Jazz, Grindcore. Featured peformers: John Zorn (alto saxophone, vocals, producer, composer), Bill Frisell (guitar), Wayne Horvitz (keyboards), Fred Frith (bass), Joey Baron (drums), Yamatsuka Eye (vocals), Martin Bisi (recording engineer), Seigen Ono (recording .
  • From the violent cover art to the Japanese text inside the album, at first glance one might mistake Torture Garden for a fetishist soundtrack. But jazz madman John Zorn and Boredoms frontman Yamatsuka Eye assembled another group of open-minded musicians to carry on their vision of grindcore and jazz uniting. Distinguished musicians Wayne Horovitz and Bill Frisell help Zorn and Eye take this 8/

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