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135 Grand Street, New York, 1979 – A No Wave Film

CD (Item 921958) Soul Jazz (UK), Late 70s — Condition: Used
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The soundtrack to the rare 135 Grand Street New York, 1979 – a film documenting the post punk No Wave NYC scene which would last pretty well into the early 80s, but caught here in its ascendance – performances by Theoretical Girls, UT, A Band, Rhys Chatham, The Static, Steve Piccolo, Chinese Puzzle, Morales, Jill Kroesen and Youth In Asia! The film is made up of director Ericka Beckman's Super 8MM footage of acts performing in a downtown loft. The CD soundtrack includes material from the film and some bonus tracks on in the film, and titles include "Glazened Eyes" by Theoretical Girls, "Sharp's Loose" by UT, "Sand And Sea" and "Mirror, Mirror" by A Band, "Gay Girl In A Gay Bar" by Morales, "Talking Heads (Pt 1)" and "Amnesia" by Youth In Asia, "Superior Genes" by Steve Piccolo, plus bonus material by Chinese Puzzle, Kill Kroesen, The Static, Theoretical Girls and Steve Piccolo. 16 tracks in all.  © 1996-2019, Dusty Groove, Inc.

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