Rinus Van Alebeek & Tibor Macek - Ciao Jazzclub [zero001CB]
- Artist: Rinus Van Alebeek & Tibor Macek
- Title: Ciao Jazzclub
- Format: CDR
- Release Date: Jan, 2006
- OUT OF PRINT
|9||Last Man on Venus||2:26||MP3||Flac|
|8||Mein Huhn (radio edit)||2:34||MP3||Flac|
|6||The Great Mona Lisa Robbery||2:19||MP3||Flac|
|5||Empty Buildings at Night||4:31||MP3||Flac|
|2||Liebe und Kleine Haustiere||7:17||MP3||Flac|
|1||Willkommen im Kasparhauserhaus||7:06||MP3||Flac|
Thanks for receiving this cd.
Ciao jazzclub comes with a handmadecover, and a handmade inlay.
For those who would like to store their cd in a slimcase/jewelcase,
we have asked some friends to design covers, that you are free to print.
You are free to use Tibor´s pictures of the artist residence and its location to design a cover.
The characters in our coverstory are:
Andrea Gabriele - www.pirandelo.org
Anna Landauer, no emailadres, but to be found at
Bahnhofstraße 10 A-6063 Rum Austria
B.C. Hall - email@example.com
Guido Wortmann - www.k147.de
Pamela Wells - www.pamelawells.com
Robert & Szilvia Rutkai (handmade inlay) - firstname.lastname@example.org
Zan Hoffman - www.zh27.net
For our young friend Anna it was the first encounter with soundmakings of this kind.
She got intrigued.
We kindly ask soundgatherers to introduce her to some more
by sending her mp3´s on a cd.
Of course you can send chocolate and flowers to all the ladies to show your appreciation
BC is a lady; Andrea isn´t, but his girlfiriend is.
The guys smoke cigars.
Was recorded in the artist residence of the Circolo Cosmopolita Allosbando at Castiglione del Terziere in Tuscany (Italy) between the 10th and 19th of May.
The editing and mastering was done in Innsbruck (Austria) between 1st and 5th of June.
This cd is issued by the austrian branch of the natural history museum of sound:
das naturhistorische Museum der Klänge.
This cd comes in an edition of 50 copies with a handmade cover by Rinus and an inlay by Robert and Szilvia Rutkai.
Another edition of 7 coloured cd-´s was made by Barbara Gessner.
We don´t run a netlabel. This is a private release.
Those who receive this cd and would like to make a release of it in whatever form,
are free to do so. We kindly ask you to contact us.
Internet/radiomakers can use tracks and send it on air. Please let us know when and where the ether was filled with our sounds.
Should this cd fall into the hands of a representative of a big corporation than also he/she is free to use it for private use.
If he/she feels like making commercial use of it, we reckon on their ethic aproach.
Ours is: big corporations should not be greedy.
Sounds, editing, mastering and production by Tibor Macek - Rinus van Alebeek
Pictures by Tibor Macek
Covers by friends (see coverstory for full details)
Words by Rinus van Alebeek
Artist Residence by Daniele Marzocchi
Telephonecall by Barbara Gessner
Contact to CircoloCosmopolita: email@example.com
Contact to Barbara Gessner: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact to us: email@example.com
Behind the tracks
The äppfelchenstory on willkommen im kasparhauserhaus was inspired by
the movie Jeder für sich und Gott gegen alle - Kaspar Hauser by Werner Herzog in which Kaspar Hauser (played by Bruno S, who has a very typical voice) got into a filosofical dispute about the free will. Kaspar finds out about a kluges äppfelchen – a clever apple – hence the reference in the story to not such a clever apple who got married to a knife and lost its skin.
The voice on liebe and kleine haustiere is by Barbara Gessner.
The phone she was connected to and the words she read were Rinus´.
Toilet music is specially composed for use in a public place, by which we mean the bathroom.
You only need to put two speakers in the bathroom, connect them to a cd-player which has a mp3-function. Put the repeat-function on and let go.
Those who are interested in a composition exclusively for their bathroom,
should contact us or somebody else or eat beans every day.
Chacha is the cat singing along with us.
We can send a more detailed information
on the making of ciao jazzclub
We don´t include this information here because it will change
the image of the sounds.