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Richard Hell, Robert Quine - Quine/Hell FLAC Performer: Richard Hell, Robert Quine
Album: Quine/Hell
Country: US
Released: 2016
Style: Experimental, Spoken Word
Label: White Columns
Genre: Rock / Not music
Catalog #: WCR014
Size FLAC: 1405 mb.
Size MP3: 1391 mb.
Rating: 4.4/5
Votes: 750
Record Source: Vinyl, 12", Single Sided, Limited Edition, Numbered




Tracklist


1Mood Track 5
Guitar – Robert Quine
2Mood Track 7
Guitar – Robert Quine
3Mood Track 3
Guitar – Robert Quine
4Mood Track 2
Guitar – Robert Quine
5Mood Track 4
Guitar – Robert Quine
6Time
Guitar – Ivan JulianVocals – Richard Hell
7Richard Hell Spoken Word
Speech – Richard Hell
8Mood Track 1
Guitar – Robert Quine
9Mood Track 6
Guitar – Robert Quine


Versions


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
WCR014Richard Hell, Robert Quine Richard Hell, Robert Quine - Quine/Hell ‎(12", S/Sided, Ltd)White ColumnsWCR014US2016
WCR014Richard Hell Quine/Hell ‎(LP)The Sound Of White ColumnsWCR0142016
WCR014Richard Hell, Robert Quine Richard Hell, Robert Quine - Quine/Hell ‎(12", S/Sided, Ltd, Num, Sig)White ColumnsWCR014US2016


Credits


  • Artwork By – Christopher Wool


Notes


Comes with full color book of art curated by Hell.

1. (2:29) Richard Hell singing, with Voidoid band mate Ivan Julian on guitar, Hell's tune "Time" at Robert Quine's memorial in 2004.

2-8. (9:05) A sequence of seven solo "mood clips" on guitar by Robert Quine, originally created in 1995 as background for a recording of Hell reading from his novel 'Go Now'.

9. (4:51) Hell reading from his journals June 7, 2004, the day Robert Quine's suicided body was discovered, and from two and six days later (June 9 and 13, 2004).

Edition of 400 copies
250 are numbered (This)
26 lettered A-Z and signed by Richard Hell
124 hors commerce.


Album


Robert Wolfe Quine December 30, 1942 May 31, 2004 was an American guitarist. A native of Akron, Ohio, Quine worked with a wide range of musicians, though he himself remained relatively unknown. Critic Mark Deming wrote of Quine's eclectic style embraced influences from jazz, rock, and blues players of all stripes, and his thoughtful technique and uncompromising approach led to rewarding collaborations with a number of visionary musicians. Richard Lester Meyers born October 2, 1949, better known by his stage name Richard Hell, is an American singer, songwriter, bass guitarist and writer. Richard Hell was an innovator of punk music and fashion. He was one of the first to spike his hair and wear torn, cut and drawn-on shirts, often held together with safety pins. Blank Generation is the debut studio album by American punk rock band Richard Hell and the Voidoids. It was produced by Richard Gottehrer and released in September 1977 on Sire Records. Kentucky-born Richard Meyers moved to New York City after dropping out of high school in 1966 aspiring to become a poet. He and his best friend from high school, Tom Miller, founded the rock band the Neon Boys, which became Television in 1973. Richard Hell & The Voidoids - Destiny Street album 1982 - Продолжительность: 35:29 LongWay ToTheTop 46. Дождь и. 2:29 Richard Hell singing, with Voidoid band mate Ivan Julian on guitar, Hell's tune Time at Robert Quine's memorial in 2004. 9:05 A sequence of seven solo mood clips on guitar by Robert Quine, originally created in 1995 as background for a recording of Hell reading from his novel 'Go Now'. 4:51 Hell reading from his journals June 7, 2004, the day Robert Quine's suicided body was discovered, and from two and six days later June 9 and 13, 2004. Hell returned to recording in 1992 with a Dim Stars EP preceding one proper album. The songs chosen here mostly sound like jam sessions, like the two-chord Dim Stars Theme, over which Geffen-era Thurston Moore scrawls recklessly while staying within the lines, bending the compositions but not breaking them, keeping a foothold for Hell's lyrics. Monkey is Hell at his most forthright, and the distorted guitars in the background seem incongruous with the popping clean chords and his newfound tenderness I swear I held my own hand pretending it was yours. Richard Hell. Biography by Greg Prato. Follow Artist. Punk pioneer Richard Hell was instrumental in starting the CBGB scene in mid-1970s NYC. Read Full Biography. Robert Quine. Associated with. Busted featuring Bob Quine Richard Hell & Voidoids - Sonny Vincent. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. To me, blank was a line where you can fill in anything . And thats something that provides a uniquely powerful sense to this generation. Its saying I entirely reject your standards for judging my behavior. Richard Hell, Interview with Lester Bangs, 1978. Blank Generation Q&A. What do the artists say about the album Guitarist Robert Quine told Perfect Sound Forever, I think Blank Generation holds up pretty well. Richard Hell and the Voidoids' final album has been remade. Twenty-seven years after the release of Destiny Street, the punk-rock legend has re-recorded the album and will release the repaired version on 1 September. At the time of the original recording I was so debilitated by despair and drug-need that I was useless, Hell said. The record ended up being a high-pitched sludge of guitar noise. It was a shame because the songs were clean, simple, and well-constructed, but those values were sabotaged by the inappropriate arrangements and production