Wonderful early electronic works by Tod Dockstader – with a turgid sound that's very reminiscent of some of the early French Musique Concrete recordings from the 50s. Waves of sound collide and clash, opening up dark modern soundscapes that seem to point towards an outside referent – ... read moreCD
(Out of print.)
Double Edge (Edmund Niemann/Nurit Tilles) —
US Choice ... CD CRI, 1992. Used ...
The Double Edge piano duo of Edmund Niemann and Nurit Tilles play compositions of Morton Feldman, Meredith Monk, Ellington & Strayhorn, and more. CD
Really beautiful sounds – and a record that's far more haunting than you might expect! The record's not just piano notes alongside sci fi sound effects – and instead has this really subtle use of theremin, so that the instrument almost comes across more like a cello, or acoustic bass ... read moreCD
The first two Faust records on one CD, released in the US for the first time! Their first record is comprised of three tracks- the album-side length "Why Don't You Eat Carrots", plus "Meadow Meal", and "Miss Fortune". Recorded in Germany in 1972, "So Far" ... (Rock, Out Sound)read moreCD
Morton Feldman pays great tribute to Samuel Beckett here – with music full of dark shadows and lonely shapes, almost a perfect soundtrack for any of Beckett's works on stage! The instrumentation here is all a bit muted – played by the Ensemble Modern, but not credited individually ... read moreCD
Avant garde aggro protest rock from the Henry Flynt archives – his 1966 blues & folk freak out I Don't Wanna with his group the Insurrections! It's a loose, aggressive and fairly wild outsider take on post protest folk and the outer fringes of small combo primitive rock – Flynt on ... read moreCD
(Tray card has a cutout hole. Out of print.)
Jean-Marc Foussat/Sylvain Guerineau —
Aliquid ... CD Leo (UK), 2009. Used ...