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No Wave: Post-Punk. Underground. New York 1976-1980 (Anglais) Relié – 1 juin 2008

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  • Relié: 144 pages
  • Editeur : Harry N. Abrams (1 juin 2008)
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ISBN-10: 0810995433
  • ISBN-13: 978-0810995437
  • Dimensions du produit: 25,4 x 2,5 x 20,3 cm
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2 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile  Par Stéphane le 19 octobre 2009
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Un livre qui retrace l'historique précis et documenté de ces folles années 70 et 80 à New-York, quand la créativité aussi bien musicale que cinématographique était à son maximum. La NO WAVE est née de la rencontre du punk et du monde de l'art contemporain. Sont bien connus James Chance ou Lydia Lunch, mais ici vous découvrirez comment tous ces groupes sont nés, se sont rencontrés... et tous ceux qui gravitaient autour, aussi bien des cinéastes que des peintres. MAIS: EN ANGLAIS.
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eye candy and history 15 juillet 2008
Par David M. Madden - Publié sur
Format: Relié
1970's New York, a time of polemic filth and fury with displaced art kids crashing head first into the detritus to form bands without which we would have no Rapture, Yeah Yeah Yeahs or (insert a hundred names here). Framed around this incredible gathering of black & whites are interviews (conducted by the Thurston Moore and writer/editor/et cetera Byron Coley) with artists deep in the thick of said scene (i.e. James Chance, Glen Branca, Ikue Mori, Robert Quine and the ever-verbose Lydia Lunch), club owners, iconic groupies and passers-by, including Brian Eno who gives his perspective on the immortal Eno "produced" No New York compilation. Having been active participants during this era, the authors do a spectacular job of detailing the tenuous camaraderie, insular tension and the seeds of No Wave's demise. Not simply for those who know the difference between "No Wave" and "New Wave", the eye candy and history lessons make for an illuminating, universally appealing document.
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The scene that never was 15 juillet 2009
Par Lovblad - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Basically if you were listening to music at the end of the 70's, beginning of the 80's, you had heard of all these people. Their records were available in most record stores world-wide, but nothing really became directly of it. This record documents this scene very well: we see a NY underground scene that intermingled with then and future celebrities (Iggy, Blondie, etc) but somehow did not connect. The whole scene centered finally on the Eno-produced No New York LP containing music by the more prominent acts in this book. While Eno seemingly had an eye on the future appraisal of the scene and merely wanted to document it (which shows as I wrote that EVERYBODY had heard of this scene, even my mom...). This book is surprising because while most of the rock books especially the ones covering this era tend to use mostly the same material and sources, this is fairly original stuff. It is based mostly (a little like PLease Kill Me) on personal recollections but without necessarily having a storyline. This does not matter since Moore and his collaborator get the vive of this underground scene beautifully. It is more a photo book with some essential anectdotes. Retrospectively a lot of intellectual bs has been put on the music that was really partly unlistenable and really hilarious stuff to annoy your parents or friends in the 70's who might like their rock music to be listenable. Mars and DNA is particularly atrocious as is some of the Lydia Lunch stuff (she was at the time the arhetypical indie queen and seems to have been a bad influence on everyone). Arto Lindsay ended up doing almost commercial stuff nowadays and Lizzy Mercier Descloux (God Bless her) had a huge afro-beat hit in France with "ou sont passees les gazelles". James Chance was more interesting and apparently still tours France. Anyway this is a splendid book, lovingly done by two people involved in a scene that existed while I was a teenager. I still have all these records and they are to be cherished because they really pushed some (not always artistic} boundaries by being simply too extreme. It was a scene that took itself way too seriously but which had some really very colourful characters. The book does indirectly explain on the one hand why they were extremely influential on the people who heard them, bought their records but failed to go beyond that for recognition. Anyway, it is also quite cheap for the work they have put into it and this kind of work must be supported.
Lesgal... 21 septembre 2009
Par Marcos T. N. Andrade - Publié sur
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Legal o livro... um pouco chato o lance de ter um monte de entrevistas no meio da narrativa. Vc está lendo no fluxo, de repente um sujeito começa a dar um depoimento e passam 2 ou 3 páginas de fotos (incríveis, por sinal)... aí vc já não sabe exatamente onde, quando, etc... E podia ter mais free jazz (esse rótulo é um lixo, mas da pra entender do que estou falando). Não é o foco, mas as duas cenas estavam mais do que conectadas e isso é apenas mencionado.

Vale pelas fotos e o texto é lesgal... Se vc usar ele como "coffee table book" na sua sala de estar e uma menina chegar lá e não te achar um cara sensacional por vc ter ele ao invés de um do Matisse ou um de decoração de interiores é porque ela não vale a pena!!!
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Something bizarre to behold 14 juillet 2008
Par Midwest Book Review - Publié sur
Format: Relié
Best described as a mish mash of art and punk rock, the No Wave movement of the late 1970s was something bizarre to behold. "No Wave: Post Punk. Underground. New York. 1976-1980." is a look at the brief movement and those who were behind it, including James Chance and Lydia Lunch among others. Collected from oral history and interviews conducted by the authors, and enhanced with dozens of black and white photographs, "No Wave: Post Punk. Underground. New York. 1976-1980." is highly recommended for community library music collections.

Diane C. Donovan
California Bookwatch
GREAT no wave history in photos!!! 19 juillet 2013
Par N. Smith - Publié sur
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Absolutely the best writing on this largely forgotten and GREAT downtown NYC rock scene! DNA, Teenage Jesus And The Jerks, Mars and The Contortions (the "big four") are the tip of the iceberg here and there are so many GREAT photos it's hard to believe I'm actually really looking at this in my hands and that I have not been transported back in time to 1977!!! Truly GREAT!!!
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