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Bill Wurtz (born: August 9, 1987) is an American YouTube Musician residing somewhere in upstate New York, USA. Bill is well known for the way that he presents his videos, with surrealist and retro visual effects, satirical music and dry humor, which.
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Wurtz's song "La de da de da de da de day oh" combines jazz and pop, which results in an uplifting effect. Problems playing this file? See media help. i'm confused (i love you)" (June 4, 2014). this is a song for my next album" (June 11, 2014). goo soup" (July 9, 2014). i wanna sail you away" (July 23, 2014).
Bill Wurtz (1948)-better known as B. Wurtz-is best known for his strategic use of materials to build up sculpture-like objects from discarded common things like food wrappers, shoelaces, plastic bags, and locks. He lives and works in New York City. B. Wurtz, Untitled, 2003. Courtesy of the artist, Galerija Gregor Podnar (Berlin) and Lulu. Contacts & Details.
In 1973, Bill Wurtz-better known as B. Wurtz-made a text drawing titled Three Important Things, which simply read: sleeping, eating, keeping warm. Since then, the vast majority of Wurtz’s works reference at least one of those three essential activities. Wurtz is best known for standing and hanging sculptures from.
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Metro Pictures is pleased to present a special summer exhibition: the first New York survey of the work of B. Wurtz. Spanning some 40 years, the show is a collaboration between White Columns director Mathew Higgs, the exhibition’s curator; B. Wurtz; Metro Pictures; and Feature In. the artist’s longtime gallery. Born in Pasadena, California, in 1948, Wurtz graduated from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1970. That same year, he made Handbag, which is the earliest work in the exhibition.
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NotesEdition of 250 (of which 50 are signed and numbered by the artist)
Signed editions of 50 - sold out
Unsigned editions - available - $10
Unique cover, signed and numbered edition of 20 - $25
7" double sided single
Mastered by Paul Gold / Pressed by Brooklyn Phono
Songs composed and performed by B. Wurtz. Recorded in New York City, 2016, on iMac using GarageBand. Special Thanks to Ann Bobco and Tim Bradlee. (c) 2016 B. Wurtz. All Rights Reserved.
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Performer: B. Wurtz
Title: American Song
Date of release: 2017
Genre: Folk, Country
Size MP3: 1165 mb
Size FLAC: 1578 mb
Rating: 4.5 / 5
Other Formats: APE ADX RA MOD AIFF XM TTA