Fanfare Bizarre …
Luc Van Acker is all except an obscure musician. Already from his solo records in the early 80’s he has been building a name for himself as a multi-talented musician and performer. When you are in the middle of the night, you’ll see the Revolting Cocks.
The session on this record is from 1981 and thus a very early piece of music in the discography of Luc Van Acker. For this occasion he has performed with live electronics, a violin and various other gadgets and tools. The music must be seen as somewhere in between old style industrial music (thus experimental) and modern classical music.
This live performance takes the listener from rhythmic to the sound of the sound. The session has been tranfered from the original tape and is edited and re-mastered to make it available for a new audience. The liner notes have been written by Luc Van Acker himself.
A1 Intro Chi (0:48)
A2 Samadhi (3:56)
A3 Dohan Viola (8:17) sample 1 + sample 2
B1 Fanfaro Piano (10:05) sample 1 + sample 2
B2 Buharata (3:04)