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Tristram Cary It's Time For Tristram Cary
Celebrating the pioneering inspiration who scored The Ladykillers and Quatermass And The Pit, and the first Dr Who series featuring Daleks. Experimental electronica for film, TV, exhibition, sculpture.



Sam Spence Sam Spence Sounds
Synth japes from the Krautrock milieu, with an eye on commerce. Spence was born in San Francisco in 1927. He studied under Poulenc in Paris. By the late sixties he was in Germany with one of its first Moogs.





Alvin Lucier Music On A Long Thin Wire
Fifty feet of wire, miked at both ends, passing through the poles of a large magnet, is set vibrating four times at four different frequencies: a complexity of evocative, ethereal chords.





Francisco Lopez Lopez Island
'Crafted from environmental sound matter recorded in Lopez Island during the winter of 1999-2000. 51 minutes of both delicate minutiae as well as startling power - crackling, howling, and haunting.'



Raymond Scott Manhattan Research Inc
HIghly entertaining, eye-opening survey of jingles, concrete music and stuff, from the nineteen-fifties and sixties, played on Scott's own pioneering equipment. The CD version comes with a 144-page booklet.



Alvin Lucier Vespers And Other Early Works
Intriguing, breakthrough work from the mid-1960s, like Elegy, in parts too low to hear, or Vespers, reconstituting physical spaces by bouncing pulse waves off walls, floors, ceilings, and Capsule, for aliens.