this edition of framework:afield has been produced in canada by france jobin, as the 5th installment of her regular series, ‘my favorite things’.  france says:

Bonjour,  I am france jobin, better know as i8u.  Welcome to  “these are a few of my favorite things”.

As mentioned in earlier installments, my interpretation of field recording based works is very broad, however the thread I like to follow is to find  artists who have mastered  their unique identity through the music of sound.

The next 2 editions of ‘my favorite things’ will focus on a festival that has taken place in Winnipeg, Canada for the last 10 years. Winnipeg is basically in the middle of the Canada, a region commonly referred to as the prairies, it is vast and flat. Don’t be fooled, a Winnipeg audience is knowledgeable and discerning. I had the privilege to play twice at this festival and it remains at the top of my list! This is directly linked to the people I came in contact with while i was there. They are, Steve Bates, Jake Moore, Deanna Radford, Don Bargenda, and the festival is Send and Receive.

In the fall of 2009, S+R issued a dvd of the last 10 years, there is almost 11 hours of audio on it, what follows are excerpts of those live performances.

for more information see http://www.sendandreceive.org.

01. 1998  /  David Grubb  /  –
02. 1999  /  Lee Ranaldo + Dean Roberts  /  –
03. 2000  /  Martin Tétreault  /  http://actuellecd.com/en/bio/tetreault_ma
04. 2000  /  Oval  /  –
05. 2001  /  Cindy  /  http://actuellecd.com/en/bio/stonge_al
06. 2002  /  Tomas Jirku  /  –
07. 2002  /  Michael Dumontier  /  –
08. 2003  /  Tim Hecker  /  http://www.sunblind.net
09. 2003  /  my kingdom for a lullaby  /  –
10. 2004  /  Taylor Deupree  /  http://www.12k.com

patrick 2010, framework:afield

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