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Beck Reimagines David Bowie’s “Sound and Vision”
- 360º Sound Collaboration with Chris Milk

Directed by Chris Milk, the concert was captured on three 360-degree cameras as well as 360-degree microphones, allowing the audience of the digital experience to feel as if they’re actually there.


Behind the Scenes
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The Music of Harry Partch, part 1
1968 San Diego KPBS-TV documentary called The Music of Harry Partch. Partch shows off his instruments and gives a performance of Daphne of the Dunes conducted by Thomas Nee.

Beck – Harry Partch

Recorded 2009…. Recently Beck is working on Philip Glass Remix album along with producer Hector Castillo to celebrate composer Philip Glass’ 75th birthday. Featuring Tim Hecker, Memory Tapes, Amon Tobin, Cornelius and Tyondai Braxton (former Battles frontman).

Devendra Banhart & Beck – Life During Wartime

The title track for Todd Solondz‘s latest film “Life During Wartime” was written by Marc Shaiman (composer) and Todd Solondz himself (lyrics), and performed by Devendra Banhart and Beck.

Life During Wartime – the UK Trailer

Record Club: INXS ‘Guns In The Sky’

Beck‘s Record Club No. 4 Joining in this time — Liars, Annie Clark and Daniel Hart from St. Vincent, Sergio Dias from the legendary Brazilian band Os Mutantes, as well as RC veteran Brian Lebarton, just back from the Charlotte Gainsbourg tour. The record covered this time was 1987 blockbuster ‘Kick’ by INXS, chosen by fellow Aussie, Angus Andrew (on lead vocal) from the Liars. First one up is “Guns In The Sky.”  It was recorded in a little over 12 hours on March 3rd, 2010.

Beck’s Record Club: Skip Spence “OAR” (1969)
The album chosen to be reinterpreted is Skip Spence’s (Moby Grape) legendary album “OAR” for Record Club sessions.

Record Club: Skip Spence “Books Of Moses,”
featuring veteran drummer James Gadson (well known for Bill Withers’ recordings), Brian Lebarton, Jamie Lidell. 

Record Club: Skip Spence “War In Peace,”
featuring Jamie Lidell and Feist, Nels Cline’s (Wilco) guitar.

Record Club: Skip Spence “Broken Heart,”
featuring Jeff Tweedy and Feist duet.

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