for two months in early 2005, red coffee/black wine was recorded and performed by glenn weyant in a series of sonically appealing covert locations throughout the sonoran desert.
this recording began as a free dada exploration of sound and noise/disintegration via rebirth.
the process was a consistent application of omnivibrational multitonal subharmonics in construction of sonic sculpture.
when all is sound/sound is all.
out of formlessness new forms are born.
the sounds created in real-time shaped the performance as weyant responded to unanticipated sensory stimuli via a random multi-tracking technique.
subatomic intuitive-now interpretations were implemented throughout.
instruments included: prepared piano, splay-tuned guitar, kestrel 920 (a percussion instrument of weyant's design), tenor/alto sax, found objects, pipes, springs, wires, wood, air, birds, trains, electronics and processing.
due to the vagaries of natural law, unexpected phenomenon, and the obscurity of the performance locations, sonic gremlins were inevitable and welcomed.
occasional blasts of wayward electricity and rivers of wanton amp hiss plunges the listener into the doppler abyss pulling back the tapestry of illusion.
one becomes all.
the cars passing outside your window, the rattling refrigerator in your kitchen, the barking dogs, the distant sirens, the rumbling planes, the laughing children, the muffled television: it is all part of the red coffee/black wine listening experience.
when heard this way, the performance is without end or beginning.
nor can this disc ever be heard the same way twice.
in addition, each disc features original imagery created for the project and a 23 minute super hidden happy track.
all you need is all you need.
listen deep and please come again.