Lesson No. 1 is Branca's first great work, and documents the birth of a career whose influence would spread to everyone from Sonic Youth and My Bloody Valentine to Godspeed You Black Emperor!, Mogwai and Black Dice. When Glenn Branca's "Symphony No. 8" was performed in Denmark at an arts festival attended by the queen and several dignitaries, the press described the effect of his music as "sound terror. For Branca, there is no such thing as "too loud": His most recent composition is an ensemble for 100 electric guitars. But Branca's album releases are far less grandiose than his live performances.
Lesson No. 1 For Electric Guitar. Guitar – Michael Gross (2)Organ – Anthony Coleman. Engineer – Jim Bonnefond. Guitar – Glenn Branca. Mastered By – Howie Weinberg. Photography – Carla Liss. Producer – Mark Bingham. Producer – Ed Bahlman, Glenn Branca. Reissue, originally released in 1980.
Though left off Brian Eno's genre-defining No Wave compilation, Glenn Branca's minimal art-thrash outfit Theoretical Girls were one of the scene's cornerstones, along with bands like Mars, DNA and Teenage Jesus. No Wave was a typically New York phenomenon; it embraced noise, funk, free jazz and anything else it found lying around and grafted it on to the DIY ethos of punk with barely a glance backwards and a complete disregard for musical convention. It sounded like nothing else on earth
In the early 1980s, he released his first album under his own name, Lesson No. 1. In the same year, he composed several medium-length compositions for electric guitar ensembles, including The Ascension (1981) and Indeterminate Activity of Resultant Masses (1981). The Ascension appeared on his second same titled solo album in 1981, Indeterminate Activity of Resultant Masses wasn't released until 2008. This follow up piece led to new interest in his work and notable performances at Primavera Sound Festival 2011 and Villette Sonique 2011.
Glenn Branca - Symphony N. 0 - First Movement (The Final Problem) 13:22. Glenn Branca - So That Each Person is in Charge of Himself 18:48. Glenn Branca - Selections from the symphonies (for electric guitars) - 1997 full 13:46. Glenn Branca - 01 Music For The Dance Bad Smells 16:25. Glenn Branca - The Mysteries (Symphonies No. 8 & No. 10) (1994) full 06:17. Glenn Branca - Symphony N. 0 (The Mysteries) - First Movement (The Final Problem) 13:22. (The Peak of the Sacred) - 1992 full 16:00. Glenn Branca - Quadratonic (Live at Primavera Sound 2011 on WFMU) 08:23.
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Lesson N., compilation album by Imperial Recordings 2006. Lesson One", piano piece and single by Russ Conway. Lesson N. ", song by Viva Voce (band) from The Heat Can Melt Your Brain. ", song from Look Around (Anthony Rapp album). This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Lesson N. 1 is the debut solo EP by American avant-garde musician Glenn Branca. It was released in March 1980 on 99 Records. It was originally released on 12" vinyl, as 99 Records' first release. The EP was remastered and re-released in 2004 by Acute Records.