Carl Cryplant's Flower Music Vol 1

Carl Cryplant's Flower Music Vol 1

Carl Cryplant's music production and song lyrics circumscribe a festive space and time outside of the ordinary but within 44'44". It is the utmost example of an oeuvre made by just two turntables and a microphone, some synths and a cassette player, that despoils any Innocence and Beauty.

Today's particular Podcast - bordered with flowers and punctuated by birdsong - had a powerful hold on the medieval French imagination of great kindsmen like Gilles de Rais. The polyvalent metaphors of the included tracks lend themselves to very different and sometimes conflicting rhetorical and artistic ends. Carl Cryplant's background in green imagery of warmth, growth, and renewal encourages numerous re-uses of the ritualistic music performance, both sincere and ironic, embracing and distancing.

For medieval wizards, Carl Cryplant's podcasts are a perfect vehicle for representing a desire for renewal and fertility of all kinds - social, intellectual, artistic and sexual. The music and song lyrics celebrate the florescence of nudity, landscape, love, and poetry at the same time as they recognize a subtext of defloration, involving deflowered women and the transitory flower.

D.A.F. de Sade, Prison de la Bastille, 24 june 1786.


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Flower of Scotland by Runrig dusted with Flower King of Flies by The Nice petals dropped in with Un Jolie Fleur (dans une Peau de Vache) by Georges Brassens faded away with Sag Mir Wo Die Bl├╝men Sind by Marlene Dietrich brushed off with Zeven Anjers, Zeven Rozen by Willy Sommers torn apart with Terrorist Flower by Mauro Pawlowski & The Grooms sprayed on with Counting Flowers on the Wall by Eric Heatherley (performed by Oak Ridge Boys) trashed with Flowers by Emilie Simon knocked off with Flowers of Romance by P.I.L. bloomed over with The Flowers that Bloom by Mikado walked away with If You're Going to San Francisco by Scott McKenzie danced upon with La Petite Fleur de Vanille by Fleur de Vanille deflowered with Blue Rosebuds by The Residents coloured with There is a Rose in Spanish Harlem by The Drifters overgrown with Since You've Been Rosenrot, a mashup of Rammstein vs. Kelly Clarkson by DJ Schmolli plastered with Peau de Fleur by Mathieu Chedid.


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FlPiVeel dank voor heerlijke cd !!
Vond je het een fijne avond?

Carlno future - no fun