Jin​-​Park​-​Weeter (Cork, 01​-​24​-​11)

by Jin Sangtae, Han-earl Park and Jeffrey Weeter

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“This particular trio setting provides minimal tonal or harmonic sticking points to derail the listening experience—an experience not to be missed by Park agnostics and believers alike. Jeffrey Weeter on percussion and Jin Sangtae on what are most likely hard drives in varying states of repair… could very well be the perfect counterpoint to Park’s active, strident departure from the last 100 years of the prevailing guitar morality…. Without question, ‘Cork 1-24-11’ is a conceptual and aural high-water mark few will ever reach.” Stanley Zappa (New York City Jazz Record)

A stark, real-time evolution of on-stage relations. The performance took place during Seoul-based experimental electronic musician Jin Sangtae’s European tour. Featuring clanking hard drives, buzzing electronics, noisy guitars and machine gun percussion, this recording captures Jin’s meeting with guitarist-improviser Han-earl Park, and composer, drummer and intermedia artist Jeffrey Weeter.

Recorded on January 24, 2011 at the Phoenix Bar, Cork.

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released July 12, 2012

Jin Sangtae: electronics.
Han-earl Park: guitar.
Jeffrey Weeter: drums and electronics.
All music by Jin Sangtae, Han-earl Park and Jeffrey Weeter.
Recorded and mastered by Han-earl Park.
Artwork by Han-earl Park.

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Han-earl Park Cork, Ireland

Improviser, guitarist and constructor Han-earl Park (박한얼) has been crossing borders and performing fuzzily idiomatic, on occasion experimental, always traditional, open improvised musics. Ensembles include Mathilde 253 with Charles Hayward and Ian Smith, Eris 136199 with Nick Didkovsky and Catherine Sikora, and Numbers with Richard Barrett. ... more

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