The President: Bring Yr Camera

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On Bring Yr Camera, Wayne Horvitz and his sextet “dip into blues and slide-guitar rock à la Little Feat,” said the New York Times, “along with mock-minimalist repetition, tinges of gamelan or Latin or Japanese music, and whatever else pops into mind.” The album was hailed as “fascinating” by the Times (UK), citing Horvitz’s “discreetly immaculate” keyboard playing.

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On Bring Yr Camera, Wayne Horvitz and his sextet “dip into blues and slide-guitar rock à la Little Feat,” said the New York Times, “along with mock-minimalist repetition, tinges of gamelan or Latin or Japanese music, and whatever else pops into mind.” The album was hailed as “fascinating” by the Times (UK), citing Horvitz’s “discreetly immaculate” keyboard playing.

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PRODUCTION CREDITS
Produced by Arthur Moorhead and Wayne Horvitz
Recorded February 1988 at Power Station, New York City
Engineer: Rob Eaton
Additional recording by Gordon Etches at Baby Monster Studios
 
Art direction and design: Manhattan Design
Illustration: Morris Shaxon
 
Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz

 

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60799

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1disc
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Wayne Horvitz
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MUSICIANS
Wayne Horvitz, keyboards, harmonica, drum programming
Bobby Previte, drums
Elliot Sharp, guitars
Dave Hofstra, electric bass, tuba
Doug Wieselman, tenor saxophone
Dave Tronzo, slide guitar, National Steel guitar
 

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075596079921BUN
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MP3
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8.00
UPC
603497187065
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    On Bring Yr Camera, Wayne Horvitz and his sextet “dip into blues and slide-guitar rock à la Little Feat,” said the New York Times, “along with mock-minimalist repetition, tinges of gamelan or Latin or Japanese music, and whatever else pops into mind.” The album was hailed as “fascinating” by the Times (UK), citing Horvitz’s “discreetly immaculate” keyboard playing.

    Credits

    MUSICIANS
    Wayne Horvitz, keyboards, harmonica, drum programming
    Bobby Previte, drums
    Elliot Sharp, guitars
    Dave Hofstra, electric bass, tuba
    Doug Wieselman, tenor saxophone
    Dave Tronzo, slide guitar, National Steel guitar
     

    PRODUCTION CREDITS
    Produced by Arthur Moorhead and Wayne Horvitz
    Recorded February 1988 at Power Station, New York City
    Engineer: Rob Eaton
    Additional recording by Gordon Etches at Baby Monster Studios
     
    Art direction and design: Manhattan Design
    Illustration: Morris Shaxon
     
    Executive Producer: Robert Hurwitz