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INSTRUMENT

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artysta: Fugazi
wydawnictwo: Dischord Records

Instrument to prawie dwugodzinny dokument o kultowej waszyngtońskiej grupie Fugazi. Film Jema Cohen'a i prezentuje działalność Fugazi w ciągu dekady w latach 1987 – 1997.

Koncerty, wywiady, trasy, próby, pracę w studio, portrety, krajobrazy – słowem same rarytasy dla fanów.

„Instrument” jest efektem współpracy filmmakera Jem’a Cohen’a (przyjaciela grupy i zarazem wielkiego fana) oraz samego zespołu, z dala od tradycyjnej formy dokumentacji przedstawia nam 10-letni okres działalności Fugazi od momentu jej powstania w roku 1987. Projekt ten jest muzycznym dokumentem – portretem muzyków podczas pracy.

Szeroki zakres archiwalnych formatów obejmuje materiały koncertowe, sesje nagraniowe, praktykę, podróżowanie, wywiady oraz portrety członków publiczności. Składanie materiału zajęło około 5 lat i jest całkowicie naturalną i szczerą prezentacją muzycznego doświadczenia oraz dnia codziennego muzyków. Film w całości został zredagowany z członkami grupy wraz z obszernym wykorzystaniem muzyki, którą Fugazi specjalnie skomponowało na potrzeby filmu.

TRACKLISTA:

1 Start Film
2 Gold Tinted Footage, Wilson Center Wash. DC 1987
3 “Shut The Door”, Olympia Film Festival, Capitol Theater, Olympia, WA 1995
4 “Personal Profiles” Interview, Eastern Middle School, Silver Spring, MD 1994
5 Practice, Dischord House Basement, Arlington, VA 1987 + Joe Interview, Citadel Center, DC 1990 | Other [Camera] – M. Rosenberg
6 “Furniture”, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD 1988 | Cameraman – Pinko
7 “Glue Man” Basketball Hoop, St. John's Gym, Philadelphia, PA 1988 | Cameraman – T. Crespi
8 Excerpts From “Bad Mouth” And “Suggestion” Wilson Center, DC 1988 | Cameraman – J. Cohen, J. Spellman
9 Practice: Guy's Parents Basement, Chevy Chase, DC 1991 + Ian Interview, “Moving Targets” Program, Germany, 1990 | Other [Camera] – Unknown
10 Anti-Apartheid Benefit, St. Augustine School, DC 1991 (Intercut Footage Shows Construction Of Ronald Reagan Builiding, DC)
11 “Personal Profiles” Interview #2
12 Gulf War Protest Show At The White House, DC 1991 | Cameraman – D. Redman | Other [Camera] – J. Kozlowski
13 Much Music/Canadian TV Excerpts 1993
14 “Brendan #1” Irving Plaza, NY 1995 |Cameraman – M. Spiller
15 NYC Drive And Marquee Show, 1991 | Cameraman – A. Cohen, J. Cohen
16 “Rend It” (Demo) Portraits, City Gardens Parking Lot, Trenton, NJ 1992
17 Practice & Demo Recording, Guilford, CT 1994
18 “Great Cop”, Roseland, NYC 1993 |Cameraman – J. Cohen, J. Pirozzi, S. Henriques
19 Excerpt: “Repeater” Lorton Correctional Facility, DC 1990 |Other [Camera] – J. Miller, J. Thompson
20 “Personal Profiles” Interview #3
21 Southeastern Tour 1996: Heymann Performance Hall, Lafayette, LA
22 “Ice Cream Eating Motherfucker” Voice-Over From Outdoor Show At Ft. Reno, DC 1993 Recorded By M. Riggs And C. Murphy, Live Film Footage, La Luna, Portland OR 1995
23 “Little Debbie” Excerpt Marquee, NYC 1991 | Cameraman – A. Cohen, J. Cohen
24 “Slow Dance” Roseland, NYC1993 Intercut With Portraits Of Ticket Line NYU 1997 | Cameraman – J. Cohen, J. Pirozzi, S. Henriques
25 Southeastern Tour 1996: Lafayette's, Oxford, MS
26 Inner Ear Studio, Arlington, VA: “Red Medicine” Sessions With Don Zientara, Studio Owner And Engineer, Album Recorded And Mixed Jan. 15 To 27, 1995
27 Southeastern Tour 1996: D And I Colonial Ballroom, Houston, TX
28 “Sweet & Low” Tipitinas, And Swamp Walk, New Orleans, LA 1996
29 Inner Ear Studio, “Red Medicine” Session 1995
30 Driving: DC And Arlington, VA, Into “Repeater” Tipitinas, New Orleans, LA 1996
31 Outtakes & Excerpts From Australian Television Interview: “Recovery TV” Show 1997
32 “Break” (Demo), Portraits Of Ticket Line And Live Show: Palladium, NYC 1997
33 Practice And Demo Recording, Guilford, CT 1994
34 Southeastern Tour 1996: Supermarket + Southeastern Tour 1996: Oxford, MS (William Faulkner's House)
35 Soundcheck And Loadout Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA 1993 + Joe's Dream, Restaurant, Philadelphia, PA 1993
36 Band “Dream” Includes Scenes From U. Of MD, City Gardens, 9:30 Club, Inner Ear Studio, DC, Maxwell's, DV8, DC Church, Ft. Reno
37 “Song Number One” Capitol Theatre, Olympia, WA 1995
38 Southeastern Tour 1996: Motels
39 Southeastern Tour 1996: Electric Ballroom, Knoxville, TN (Fan On Trumpet) + Loadout, Poughkeepsie, NY 1998 | Cameraman – D. Frankel
40 Gas Station, “Glue Man” Excerpt, 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA | Other [Camera] – G. Webb
41 Foreign Tour Super 8 Shot By Band And Road Crew: Chile, Japan, Hawaii, Brazil 1996/97
42 Washington Monument, DC 1993
43 “Forensic Scene” The Alternative Club, Roanoke, VA 1996/DV8, Seattle, WA 1995
44 Interviews: Knoxville, TN, Roanoke, VA, Richmond, VA, Wash. DC (All From 1996)
45 “Glue Man” Roseland, NYC 1993 | Cameraman – J. Cohen, J. Pirozzi | Other [Camera] – W. Perkins
46 Ft. Reno, DC 1997 Free Outdoor Show
47 10th Anniversary Show Latin America Youth Center (Formerly Wilson Center), DC 1997
48 End Credits

Extras: 2 Short Films By Jem Cohen
1 Little Flags – (2000)
2 Glue Man – (1999)

Extras: Three Live Performances By Fugazi
3 “Waiting Room”, Wilson Center, DC 1988 | Cameraman – J. Spellman
4 “Turnover”, Lafayette Park, DC 1991 | Cameraman – D. Redman | Other [Camera] – J. Kozlowski
5 “Long Division”, DV8, Seattle 1995

Issued in a standard DVD jewel case and a 16-page booklet with notes, photos and credits.

 

INSTRUMENT a film/video by Jem Cohen and Fugazi an LAL/Gravity Hill production shot over ten years (1987-1997) concerts, interviews, tours, practices, studio work, portraits, landscapes, super 8, 16mm, and video, 115min. + booklet with lyrics, photos and director's notes.

 

Authoring [DVD Authoring, At Rhed Studios] – Guillaume Bernardeau

Cameraman [All Footage Shot] – J. Cohen

Design [Cover & Booklet Design] – Fugazi, Jem Cohen

Film Director – Jem Cohen

Layout, Graphics – Jason Farrell

Liner Notes – Jem Cohen

Music By – Fugazi

Photography By [Jem With Fugazi] – Teru Kuwayama

Photography By [Of Jem Filming] – Michael Ackerman

Production Manager [Rhed Studios Project Manager] – Chris Mills

Rok wydania

Nośnik

Nośnik [ilość]

1

Rodzaj wydania

ORIGINAL

Rok nagrania

1999

Kraj

Zagraniczna

Tracklista

  • 1. Start Film
  • 2. Gold Tinted Footage, Wilson Center Wash. DC 1987
  • 3. “Shut The Door”, Olympia Film Festival, Capitol Theater, Olympia, WA 1995
  • 4. “Personal Profiles” Interview, Eastern Middle School, Silver Spring, MD 1994
  • 5. Practice, Dischord House Basement, Arlington, VA 1987 + Joe Interview, Citadel Center, DC 1990
  • 6. “Furniture”, Montgomery College, Rockville, MD 1988
  • 7. “Glue Man” Basketball Hoop, St. John’s Gym, Philadelphia, PA 1988
  • 8. Excerpts From “Bad Mouth” And “Suggestion” Wilson Center, DC 1988
  • 9. Practice: Guy’s Parents Basement, Chevy Chase, DC 1991 + Ian Interview, “Moving Targets” Program, Germany, 1990
  • 10. Anti-Apartheid Benefit, St. Augustine School, DC 1991 (Intercut Footage Shows Construction Of Ronald Reagan Builiding, DC)
  • 11. “Personal Profiles” Interview #2
  • 12. Gulf War Protest Show At The White House, DC 1991
  • 13. Much Music/Canadian TV Excerpts 1993
  • 14. “Brendan #1” Irving Plaza, NY 1995
  • 15. NYC Drive And Marquee Show, 1991
  • 16. “Rend It” (Demo) Portraits, City Gardens Parking Lot, Trenton, NJ 1992
  • 17. Practice & Demo Recording, Guilford, CT 1994
  • 18. “Great Cop”, Roseland, NYC 1993
  • 19. Excerpt: “Repeater” Lorton Correctional Facility, DC 1990
  • 20. “Personal Profiles” Interview #3
  • 21. Southeastern Tour 1996: Heymann Performance Hall, Lafayette, LA
  • 22. “Ice Cream Eating Motherfucker” Voice-Over From Outdoor Show At Ft. Reno, DC 1993 Recorded By M. Riggs And C. Murphy, Live Film Footage, La Luna, Portland OR 1995
  • 23. “Little Debbie” Excerpt Marquee, NYC 1991
  • 24. “Slow Dance” Roseland, NYC1993 Intercut With Portraits Of Ticket Line NYU 1997
  • 25. Southeastern Tour 1996: Lafayette’s, Oxford, MS
  • 26. Inner Ear Studio, Arlington, VA: “Red Medicine” Sessions With Don Zientara, Studio Owner And Engineer, Album Recorded And Mixed Jan. 15 To 27, 1995
  • 27. Southeastern Tour 1996: D And I Colonial Ballroom, Houston, TX
  • 28. “Sweet & Low” Tipitinas, And Swamp Walk, New Orleans, LA 1996
  • 29. Inner Ear Studio, “Red Medicine” Session 1995
  • 30. Driving: DC And Arlington, VA, Into “Repeater” Tipitinas, New Orleans, LA 1996
  • 31. Outtakes & Excerpts From Australian Television Interview: “Recovery TV” Show 1997
  • 32. “Break” (Demo), Portraits Of Ticket Line And Live Show: Palladium, NYC 1997
  • 33. Practice And Demo Recording, Guilford, CT 1994
  • 34. Southeastern Tour 1996: Supermarket + Southeastern Tour 1996: Oxford, MS (William Faulkner’s House)
  • 35. Soundcheck And Loadout Trocadero, Philadelphia, PA 1993 + Joe’s Dream, Restaurant, Philadelphia, PA 1993
  • 36. Band “Dream” Includes Scenes From U. Of MD, City Gardens, 9:30 Club, Inner Ear Studio, DC, Maxwell’s, DV8, DC Church, Ft. Reno
  • 37. “Song Number One” Capitol Theatre, Olympia, WA 1995
  • 38. Southeastern Tour 1996: Motels
  • 39. Southeastern Tour 1996: Electric Ballroom, Knoxville, TN (Fan On Trumpet) + Loadout, Poughkeepsie, NY 1998
  • 40. Gas Station, “Glue Man” Excerpt, 40 Watt Club, Athens, GA
  • 41. Foreign Tour Super 8 Shot By Band And Road Crew: Chile, Japan, Hawaii, Brazil 1996/97
  • 42. Washington Monument, DC 1993
  • 43. “Forensic Scene” The Alternative Club, Roanoke, VA 1996/DV8, Seattle, WA 1995
  • 44. Interviews: Knoxville, TN, Roanoke, VA, Richmond, VA, Wash. DC (All From 1996)
  • 45. “Glue Man” Roseland, NYC 1993
  • 46. Ft. Reno, DC 1997 Free Outdoor Show
  • 47. 10th Anniversary Show Latin America Youth Center (Formerly Wilson Center), DC 1997
  • 48. End Credits
  • 49. Little Flags – (2000)
  • 50. Glue Man – (1999)
  • 51. “Waiting Room”, Wilson Center, DC 1988
  • 52. “Turnover”, Lafayette Park, DC 1991
  • 53. “Long Division”, DV8, Seattle 1995
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