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Alvin Curran - Magic Carpet
Alvin Lucier - I am sitting in a room
Annea Lockwood - Tiger Balm

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Source: Music Of The Avant Garde - Source Records 1-6, 1968-1971 (3CD Box)

Label: Pogus Productions

Format: CDx3

Genre: Electronic

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Astoundingly great collection of some of the classic pieces from the 60s avant-garde / live electronic music wave presented here as originally issued (in chronological order) by larry austin & stanley lunetta via their “source: music of the avant garde” magazine & 10” record series between 1967 and 1973 .... Source Records 1 and 2 with Robert Ashley: The Wolfman (1964). David Behrman: Wave Train (1966). Larry Austin: Accidents (1967). Allan Bryant: Pitch Out (1967). Source Records 3 and 4 with Alvin Lucier: I am sitting in a room (1970). Arthur Woodbury: Velox (1970). Mark Riener: Phlegethon (1970). Larry Austin: Caritas (1971). Stanley Lunetta: Moosack machine (1971). Source Records 5 and 6 with Lowell Cross: Video II (B)-(C)-(L) (1965). Arrigo Lora-Totino: english phonemes (1971). Alvin Curran: Magic Carpet (1971). Annea Lockwood: Tiger Balm (1971). Pogus is extremely proud to reissue the recordings included in the seminal new music journal, Source: Music of the Avant Garde, Vols. 1-6, Issues 1-11, Source Records 1-6, 1967-1973. The original six ten-inch LP Source Records contained some of the most important experimental music of the nineteen-sixties to mid nineteen-seventies and they have now been reissued as a 3 CD set. Source ended publication in 1973, having published, since 1967, contemporary musical materials, scores, articles, interviews, photo essays and recordings over seven years, with up to 2000 subscribers to the semiannual journal: the subscribers avidly anticipated receiving two new and critically acclaimed issues each year during that period. Most of the original tape masters for the records, after over forty years, have vanished or have seriously deteriorated; hence, we have carefully transferred, noise-reduced, and crackle-removed all the actual LP record tracks to the digital medium, then mastered to the compact disc format for this reissue: the result is an authentic recreation of the original LP, characteristic sound.

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Cat. number: P21050-2
Year: 2009
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Funded in part through a grant from The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc. Mastered at DRM Productions, Dallas, TX. "Most of the original tape masters for the records, after over forty years, have vanished or have seriously deteriorated; hence, we have carefully transferred, noise-reduced, and crackle-removed all the actual LP record tracks to the digital medium, then mastered to the compact disc format for this reissue: the result is an authentic recreation of the original LP, characteristic sound." The Wolfman (1964), performed in concert at the First Festival of Live-Electronic Music, 1967, University of California, Davis and engineered in Columbia Recording Studios, New York. Wave Train (1966), performed in concert at the Center of the Creative and Performing Arts, Buffalo, New York, 1968 and engineered in Columbia Recording Studios, New York. Accidents (1967), recorded at the University of California, Davis, 1968 and engineered in Columbia Recording Studios, New York. Pitch Out (1967), performed in the studio of Musica Elettronica Viva, Rome, 1968 and engineered in Columbia Recording Studios, New York. I Am Sitting In A Room (1970), realized in Middletown, Connecticut. Velox (1970), realized on the PDP-10 computer with final electronic processing on the Moog Synthesizer. Phlegethon (1970), realized at University of California, Davis. Caritas (1971), realized on the PDP-10 computer with final electronic processing on the Buchla Electronic Music System. moosak machine (1971), realized with the composer's analog/digital computer music system. Video II (B)/(C)/(L) (1965), realized at the University of Toronto Electronic Music Studio. english phonemes (1971), realized at the studios of Sveriges Radio, Stockholm. Magic Carpet (1971), recorded at the Gallery Arco D'Alibert, Rome, Italy. Tiger Balm (1971), realized at the Tangent Studio, and the Electronic Music Studio, University of London, Goldsmith College. Source Records 1 and 2 originally issued with Source Magazine Vol. 2, No. 2, Issue 4, July, 1968. Source Records 3 and 4 originally issued with Source Magazine Vol. 4, No. 1, Issue 7, July, 1970. Source Records 5 and 6 originally issued with Source Magazine Vol. 5, No. 1, Issue 9, 1971. The copyright on the discs is 2008, but this was not released until 2009.

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