Philip Jeck

An Ark For The Listener

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Philip Jeck works with old records and record players salvaged from junk shops turning them to his own purposes. He really does play them as musical instruments, creating an intensely personal language that evolves with each added part of a record. Philip Jeck makes geniunely moving and transfixing music, where we hear the art not the gimmick.

Philip Jeck writes: "A version of "An Ark For The Listener" was first performed at Kings Place London on 24/02/2010. It is a meditation on verse 33 of "The Wreck of the Deutschland", Gerard Manley Hopkins poem about the drowning on December 7th 1875 of five Franciscan nuns exiled from Germany. This CD version was recorded at home in Liverpool and used extracts from live performances over the last 12 months. The "coda:" tracks are remixes of 2 pieces from "Suite: Live in Liverpool". "Chime, Chime (Re-rung)" was originally made for Musicworks magazine (#104, Summer 09) and "All That's Allowed (Released)" is previously unreleased. All tracks were made using Fidelity record-players, Casio SK1 keyboards, Sony mini-disc recorders, Behringer mixers, Ibanez bass guitar, Boss delay pedal and Zoom bass effects pedal."

Philip Jeck: An Ark For The Listener

Pilot_Dark Blue Night Philip Jeck 8'36''
Ark Philip Jeck 4'17''
Twentyninth Philip Jeck 2'35''
Dark Rehearsal Philip Jeck 7'32''
Thirtieth_Pilot Reprise Philip Jeck 2'45''
The All Of Water Philip Jeck 8'32''
The Pilot (Among Our Shoals) Philip Jeck 4'48''
All That's Allowed (Released) Philip Jeck 3'22''
Chime, Chime (Rerung) Philip Jeck 7'24''

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