Covid-19 is dangerously impacting the social-economic category of musicians. No concerts, poor political and social consideration, uncertain earnings. As a consequence, an ever-growing number of musicians, especially those from the experimental area, are trying to promote their music on BandCamp in digital format only. It is increasingly difficult for me to follow and review this incredible flow of music. I therefore decided to open this section on my blog Neuguitars where I propose music in digital format that I consider particularly interesting and worthy of attention. I hope you like it. Let’s support musicians. They need it.
Born in 1963, Heddy Boubaker started music by playing electric guitar in rock bands, since long time passed and he played many other musical styles and then progressively switched to the alto and bass saxophone; Since 2011 he stopped all his saxophone practice and started to play analog modular synth, up to 2016, and electric bass & back to guitar “standard” or baritone. His main musical activities are now centered on improvised music and sound research but he is a composer for some of his projects (Èch particulary). He played on many international stages with many partners (including M.Doneda, Otomo Yoshihide, Sachiko M, J-L.Guionnet, E.Prevost, B.Ulher, P.Battus, Lê Quan Ninh, D.Lazro, M.Kerbaj, C.Thomas, S.Beresford, E.Chadbourne, C.Abdenour, C.Wodrascka, J-L.Cappozzo…). He published many CDs and is very active in concerts organisation in the Toulouse area.
Un Amour Suprême by Heddy Boubaker, Un Rëve Nu, 2021 on #neuguitars #blog
Un Amour Suprême | Heddy Boubaker | Un Rêve Nu (bandcamp.com)
Tout le monde a en soi une part de guitariste misanthrope, humaniste, sociopathe et empathique
released September 1, 2021
Composé instantanément sans préméditation à la guitare électrique par Mr Heddy Boubaker.
Enregistré en février/mars 2021 au studio La Maison Peinte par Heddy Boubaker encore
Vaguement mixé par le même gonze
Photo de couv : guess who ?
Par contre ça à été magnifiquement nettoyé et masterisé par Maître Rodolphe Collange