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This outstanding album was originally released on LP by Cramps Records (Diverso n.10) back in the late '70s, and it was certainly one of the best from that series "The performance started with a four-channel ambient sound that continued throughout the whole performance. Since I had no sampling possibilities at that time, all of the instruments were recorded solo in my studio on a Revox machine. The recordings -- one channel for each instrument -- were repeated several times in order to create a kind of 'mega-loop' and the final result was transferred to a four-channel-tape for the performance. The superimposition of the sequences of different durations generated continuous layers of sound with minimal variations: a music that could go on forever... Tempo Liquido was one of our most complex pieces, mixing life, performance, video images, different projections, and a multi-channel sound system. I loved to perform it. It was a collaboration where our individual artistic ideas and activities really integrated into a common experience." -- Christina Kubisch.