Exhibit 49 - [puces sauvages] :: II

[ - may 19, 2006 (Kunsttour 2006, Maastricht) -- play/download 🎶 🎧 ]


01/07/2006 18h05 Bagnolet - avenue Galieni

In the gutter, near nr. 123, a complete undamaged, commercially produced tape (see picture) : Wagner's Great Opera Overtures performed by l'Orchestre du Conservatoire de Leipzig (© Minerva Records, Washington DC 1984 / Regal Productions North Bergen, N.J. 1984 - RP 1008). In the montage : the Flying Dutchman ...

01/07/2006 18h00 Bagnolet - avenue Galieni

In the gutter, near nr. 100. Damaged children's cassette : "Oui-Oui no. 1" (see picture). On the cassette we read: © Darrell Waters ltd / BBC Worldwide ltd 1949/1996. 'Donnée en cadeau avec OUI-OUI magazine. Ne peut être vendu séparément'. Oui-oui is the french version of Noddy, a character created by Enid Blyton.

01/07/2006 17h58 Bagnolet - avenue Galieni

In the gutter, near nr. 140 ; rests from a 'crashed' commercially produced cassette edition of M.C. Hammer's "Please Hammer don't hurt em" (Capitol Records TC-C4 92857, 1990) (see picture). You hear a fragment of "Have you seen her", the third track of the first side ... "I'm glad I put this tape in ...," the MC croons.

01/07/2006 17h56 Bagnolet - avenue Galieni

Two cassettes (see pictures), left on the pavement near nr. 156, during the wrapping up of the day's 'wild' flea market (puces sauvages) along the avenue Galieni. On it recordings of - so it reads on the labels - the "Fanfare St. Claude" ; from 1979, 1981 and july 14th, 1987 (Quatorze Juillet, the most famous of french holidays, celebrating the storming of the Bastille in 1789 during the French Revolution.) Among the fragments used in the montage there's part of Fanfare St. Claude's rendering of Lennon & McCartney's 'Yesterday'.

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