Complete your Glenn Branca collection. I think the silver copy with the insert is a little next then greenish one, all the following 12" ep have this insert with Branca ascension lp exit on summer next year. Reply Notify me Helpful. referencing Lesson No. 1, 12", EP, Red, 99-01 EP. I have just added a version of the 99 records relese with a silver black label and added a photo of a sleeve variation of the red black label with a greenish/petrol sleeve (contrary to the more common greyish silver sleeve)
Lesson No. 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. The re-release includes the bonus track "Bad Smells". In 2014, Superior Viaduct re-released Lesson No. 1 in its original 12" vinyl format as a double LP with "Bad Smells".
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. 1 was Glenn Branca's first release as a composer. The players on this date were organist Anthony Coleman, drummer Stephen Wischerth, . Schroder on bass, Branca and Michael Gross on guitars and, on the latter track, Harry Spitz on Sledgehammer.
Features Song Lyrics for Glenn Branca's Lesson, No. 1 album. Glenn Branca - Lesson, No. 1 Album Lyrics. 1. Lesson No. 1 for Electric Guitar Lyrics. 2. Dissonance Lyrics. 3. Bad Smells Lyrics. Glenn Branca Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Do you like this album?
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All in all, Lesson No. 1 is a mythical record, which will have marked his time and those to come. By the force of things, by the intensity of his songs and finally for all the influence he has generated in the following years on many musicians, this record has become a classic. The intense energy that emerges from this album is like a slap that never stops hurting.
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Bass – F.L. SchröderGuitar – Michael Gross Organ – Anthony Coleman
Bass – F.L. SchröderKeyboards – Anthony ColemanPerformer [Sledgehammer] – Harry Spitz
Bass – Jeffrey GlennGuitar – David Rosenbloom, Lee Ranaldo, Ned Sublette, Thurston Moore
|99-01 EP||Glenn Branca||Lesson No. 1 (12", EP, Red)||99 Records||99-01 EP||US||1980|
|ACT005 cd(adv)||Glenn Branca||Lesson No. 1 (CD, Enh, Promo, RM)||Acute Records||ACT005 cd(adv)||US||2004|
|rdc 5032 2||Glenn Branca||Lesson No. 1 (CD, MiniAlbum, RE)||New Tone Records||rdc 5032 2||Italy||1996|
|ACT 005||Glenn Branca||Lesson No. 1 (CD, Enh, RE, RM)||Acute Records||ACT 005||US||2004|
|99-01 EP||Glenn Branca||Lesson No. 1 (12", EP, Sil)||99 Records||99-01 EP||US||1980|