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Over the course of his life John Watermann (1935 – 2002) worked with almost every conceivable artistic medium. In many ways, he was the epitome of the "total artist"; almost every element of his life being in some way his own artistic project.

As a young man in his native Germany he worked as a photographer and documentary filmmaker, also etching, painting and writing. His experience as a youth in Germany in the Second World War influencing his work from then… read more

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  • *__*
  • "ambiguity" is too great. RIP.
  • genius
  • If anyone has an MP3 of his contribution to the "Dark Side of the Brain I" LP, I would be very thankful for it. It's one of the best songs I've ever heard, in the 'vein." I 'lost' my LP a decade or so ago, and I am turntableless these days, sadly.
  • EXCELLENT MUSIC! Thank you, thank you John!
  • The Polish label [url=]Impulsy Stetoskopu[/url] (myspace link) has a really good CD re-release of John Watermann's "the Dead Calm of Bashing Coca Cola" Great stuff. A whole lot of really good stuff on that label, surprisingly.
  • Holy crap I still have it! A lucky find, a second time.
  • I used to have his disc Testing The Jammer; it was just a random pick-up. I thought it was interesting but I eventually got rid of it... Now I've just learned there are only a thousand copies in existence! Good lord I bet I sold it for a couple bucks too... Anyway I am rediscovering him and he is fantastic.
  • I don't know where I got this mp3 but I'm glad I did... quelled!

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