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Live at Lace
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airway

Live at Lace

€ 25.00

LABEL: HARBINGER SOUND
GENRE: Experimental | FORMAT: Vinyl LP | CATALOG N. airway | YEAR. (2010)

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This version will be almost a complete replica of the Japanese version of the original album." Paste-on cover with black and white inserts of numerous performance flyers and photographs. Crucial early-noise document from the Los Angeles Free Music Society heyday. "AIRWAY is a brainchild of Joe Potts. Here are COMMANDMENTS OF AIRWAY: AIRWAY is a hole through which our conscious passes. Sound of AIRWAY is not an object. Sound of AIRWAY has no fixed location. Sound of AIRWAY has no fixed location. Sound of AIRWAY has no fixed meaning. Sound of AIRWAY has no dimensions. Meaning and dimensions of AIRWAY sound constantly change in relation to the universe inside and outside listeners. Sound of AIRWAY has no fixed time. The "flow of time" in AIRWAY sound is psychological not physical. Sound of AIRWAY is a representation of the 'whole' of sound existing inside and outside us. Because all sound of AIRWAY is interrelated, there is no such thing as innovative sound at AIRWAY performance. Sound of AIRWAY is an unfolded manifestation of hidden (enfolded) universe, consisting of all sound which will ever exist and has ever consisted inside and outside us." "The monster is back in its original nature! Human synthesizers!! Hijokaidan in its early days was heavily under its influence. Definitly a must for everyone in this era!" -- Toshiji Mikawa (Hijokaidan/Incapacitants ).


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Recorded live 8-78.
Paste on cover
Rubber stamped label & inner sleeve.
Includes 10 A4 insert and 1 folded A3 insert. 9 of these are reproduction of live fliers. One is a photocopy of 6 Polaroid photographs with typed captions taken from a liver performance at L.A.C.E. on 10/3/78. The A3 sheet contains a photo of the band playing above appropriated text.
Originally released on LP in 1978 as LAFMS#06

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