2004 release. Excerpts from the liner notes of More from the Judson Years (Early 60s) Instrumental-Vocal Works Vol. 2, written by Philip Corner: "Everything Max Has" (1964), Max Neuhaus solo, recorded at the ONCE Festival, 1965. "A performance of Max's taking down all of his stuff; tons of equipment filling entire stages." "Big Trombone" (1963), Jim Fulkerson improvisation over tape collage. "Homage to Revere" (1962) for ensemble of copper-bottom kitchen utensils. "Punkt" (1961) for ensemble of staccato sounds.
"Since the critics were calling us the plink plunk school, I contributed a composition favoring only those punkts for centuries having defined and inhibited Western music." "Passionate Expanse of the Law' (1959) for ensemble, recorded at the Composers' Forum, NY, 1972. "Expressions in Parallel" (1958) for ensemble. "From my earliest compositions I have been more enticed by an opening out towards greater possibilities than in cheap and arbitrary limits of stylistic unity."
Housed in a digipack, including a 12-page booklet with liner notes, scores and original documentation.