Blurt

Blurt

Blurt est un groupe musical fondé par le poete et saxophoniste Ted Milton en 1979 à Stroud, Gloucestershire.

Le trio Blurt a survécu à plus de vingt ans de tournées et presque autant de disques. Mené par le poète Ted Milton, Blurt s’aventure dans des territoires où free jazz et art-rock se trouvent encadrés dans un format punk. Son saxophone et sa poésie enragée surfent sur une rythmique basique et africaine à la fois, accompagnée d'une guitare ryhhmique acérée.

Blurt était dans les années 80 la réplique anglaise de la no wave new yorkaise. On l’a parfois d’ailleurs comparé à James Chance, même si Milton a souvent vogué dans des eaux plus avant-garde que le saxophoniste des James Chance & The Contortions.

Repères discographiques

  • My Mother Was A Friend Of An Enemy Of The People / Get (7") Test Pressings 1980
  • In Berlin (LP) Armageddon 1981
  • The Fish Needs A Bike (7") Armageddon 1981
  • 13 Febr. 1982 (7") Big Balumbas in Burundi 1982
  • Blurt (LP) Red Flame 1982
  • The Ruminant Plinth / Spill The Beans (12") Red Flame 1983
  • Bullets For You (LP) Divine 1984
  • White Line Fever (12") Another Side 1984
  • Friday The 12th (LP) Another Side 1985
  • Poppycock (LP) Toeblock 1986
  • Smoke Time (LP) Toeblock, Line Records 1987
  • The Body That They Built To Fit The Car (12") Toeblock, Line Records 1987
  • Kenny Rogers Greatest Hit (LP) Visa 1989
  • Kenny Rogers Greatest Hit (Take 2) (LP) Toeblock 1989
  • Pagan Strings (LP) Toeblock 1992
  • Magic Moments (cd) Bahia Music 1994
  • Celebrating The Bespoke Cell Of Little Ease (cd) Bahia Music 1999
  • The Best Of Blurt - Volume 1 - The Fish Needs A Bike (cd) Salamander (2) 2003
  • The Best Of Blurt - Volume 2 - The Body That They Built To Fit The Car (cd) Salamander (2) 2006
  • Blurt - The Factory Recordings (cd) LTM Recordings 2008
  • Blurt - cut it 2010

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  • blurt — [blə:t US blə:rt] v blurt out [blurt sth<=>out] phr v [Date: 1500 1600; Origin: Probably from the sound of sudden speech] to say something suddenly and without thinking, usually because you are nervous or excited ▪ Peter blurted the news… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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