Cranfield and Slade: 12 Sun Songs

Culley, Peter. Cranfield and Slade: 12 Sun Songs. Zurich Suisse: JRP Ringier; Vancouver, BC: Or Gallery, 2009.

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Abstract (English)

"Cranfield and Slade: 12 Sun Songs" is a yellow vinyl album made up of covers of pop songs about the sun. Aping a 1970s concept album, Cranfield and Slade present twelve songs arranged to represent a day, beginning with songs about sunrise and winding down with songs about sunsets. Tracks range from classics such as George Harrison’s "Here Comes the Sun" and The Kinks’ "Waterloo Sunset," to the lesser-known "Sun" by singer-songwriter Margot Guryan or "Where Evil Grows" by Vancouver’s The Poppy Family. The album combines field recordings made in various Vancouver locations with electronic sound and acoustic and electric instruments." -- Publisher's website.

Types: Audio, visual, multimedia ; Artists' publications > Artists' books; Flyers, posters
All Contributors: Culley, Peter (Author); Cranfield, Brady (Artist); Slade, Kathy (Artist); Loyva, Larissa (Artist); Harris, Chris (Artist); Payne, Johnny (Artist); Keller, Christoph (Editor); Cranfield, Brady (Producer); Graham, Rodney (Musician); Collins, John (Musician)
Dossier: 353 - OR GALLERY (Vancouver)
Location: Réserve des documents retirés des dossiers. Disques vinyles (Boîte 2)
Collation: 1 LP record + 1 insert ; 31.5 cm
ISBN: 9783037640630
Language of Publication: English
Publishers: Zurich Suisse: JRP Ringier; Vancouver, BC: Or Gallery
Artists: Slade, Kathy; Cranfield, Brady; Loyva, Larissa; Payne, Johnny; Harris, Chris
Art Organizations: Or Gallery (Vancouver)
Keywords: SUN; HOMMAGE; MUSIC; HUMOUR; POPULAR MUSIC
Copyright Statement: Christoph Keller Editions, the authors and composers; JRP|Ringier; Or Gallery
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Notes:

This vinyl is the second in a series of artist records produced by the Or Gallery, Vancouver.
Includes 1 poster insert.

Series Name: Christoph Keller Editions, Artists' Book series.
Deposited by: Intern Stagiaire
Date Deposited: 19 Feb 2014 22:27
Last Modified: 02 Oct 2015 20:21
URI: http://e-artexte.ca/id/eprint/24416
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