1.An Introduction To Go
1. Of The Building Of Forms By Vibrations
2. The Howney Stone
Artwork by Dr. Edward Moolenbeek
Artwork by Jon Barraclough & Jon Wozencroft
Booklet Edited by Jon Wozencroft
Performer – Andrew M. McKenzie, Christopher R. Watson, Dr. Edward Moolenbeek
Notes: Thanks to Ema Maynard.
Includes 20pp booklet featuring the “acoustic painting” of Dr. Edward Moolenbeek.
Cover & inserts from “Alternation, Perception and Resistance – A Comprehension Exercise”, a film by Lois Stone and The Hafler Trio.
Texts recorded in interview, 21-6-86, and by postal correspondence, May-July 1986. Other excerpts from an interview with Martin Gunther at Robol Sound Recordings (UK), 1-8-82, reprinted by permission
A1 ends with a repeating groove of audience clapping. B1 ends with repeating groove of tonal noise. To hear B2 it is necessary to manually move the tone-arm to that track.
Run-out groove messages:
(side A) THERE IS TROUBLE IN TOILET WITH THIS ITALIAN “NAMED WINSTONI BEING OVER FRIENDLY WITH A HANDFUL OF TERRIBLES CE.
(side B) FOR ADAIR WITH LOVE ENSCRUTABLE DRINKS WITH EXPRESSIONS A GA GA.