- Performer:Martin Tétreault
- Title:Four Focuses
- Style:Free Improvisation
- Date of release:1999
- Recording date:September 27, 1997 - May 25, 1998
- Size FLAC version1438 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1901 megabytes
- Size WMA version1178 megabytes
- Formats:MOD APE ASF TTA DXD VQF
Martin Tétreault (1957, Québec, Canada) is an wned Montreal DJ and improviser, originally came from the milieu of the visual arts.
At the core of Four Focuses is a concert recorded in September 1997 at the Now Music Festival. The people at Amoebic Records selected one solo performance by the guest and one duo track with each of the three Japanese improvisers.
Kid Koala & Martin Tétreault 2007. Des Pas Et Des Mois 1990. Tétreault has a background in fine arts. Much like the Czech radical artist Milan Knizak, he began to work with vinyl because paper led him to a dead end. In 1984, for the first time he took an LP, cut it in half, flipped one piece over, pasted it back together, and played the result on a turntable. By then, the turntable had become a trendy instrument of avant-garde expression and Tétreault embarked on a busy touring and recording schedule.
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CreditsSachiko M - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Yasuhiro Otani - Composer, Performer, Primary Artist
Martin Tétreault - Composer, Leader, Primary Artist
Otomo Yoshihide - Co-Leader, Composer, Guitar, Primary Artist, Turntables
|2||See Sachiko M||Martin Tétreault feat: Sachiko M||8:32|
|3||Glagulater Yasuhiro Otani||Martin Tétreault feat: Yasuhiro Otani||4:52|
|4||Check Otomo Yoshihide||Martin Tétreault feat: Otomo Yoshihide||6:30|
|5||Ne Pas Sachiko M||Martin Tétreault feat: Sachiko M||9:11|
|6||Watch Yasuhiro Otani||Martin Tétreault feat: Yasuhiro Otani||8:46|
|7||Ear Otomo Yoshihide||Martin Tétreault feat: Otomo Yoshihide||5:01|