Vinyl ripped by my friend Rainier. Mi-mort III (1985)
Also known on discogs as "Live At Bar Maldoror: Gyllensköld, Geijerstam And Friends"
Featuring Annie Anxiety, Chris and Ruby Wallis , D & V , David Tibet , Diana Rogerson , John Balance , Knori and Tim Spy
A - Tickling That Great Pudarkus In The Sky
B - Untitled
live at bar maldoror (sendspace)
Available as an internet shareable set of files.
1. Alas The Madonna Functions [pey86]
2. I've Plumbed This Whole Neighborhood [23ep] [lp2]
3. Chair Improvisation Number Four [ud021] [ud041] [ztj4]
4. The Strange Play Of The Mouth [cmedd1161] [ps1] [tm1] [tmt04] [ud015] [ud030]
5. Antacid Cocamotive [stappleton01] [xx002]
6. The Dance Of Fools [stappleton01] [tmlp09]
7. Excerpt From Pricksongs [stappleton01] [tmt13]
8. Lea Tantaaria [bru002] [ud030]
9. Great - God - Father - Nieces [bru002] [ud032]
10. Lonely Poisonous Mushrooms [ud030] [vaclp01]
11. Elderly Man River [ud030] [yangki1]
12. Someone Others Garden [stappleton01] [tmt05]
Here is some information from the person who made this collection
"I downloaded a series of rare NWW files off the net in and around 2001, probably from Napster or something. I wanted to put them on CD for myself but I hate calling things "Nurse With Wound - Various Rare Tracks", as it's a bit boring. At the time, I was file sharing with a couple of people who were into experimental music. As a joke, I packaged this with a quickly made up JPG "cover" and told them I found this bootleg on the internet. I hadn't, but I wanted to see if they'd buy it. Somehow it got past them and obviously ended up getting traded about. This was in 2001. I know this because the creation date on the JPG I made is from 2001. Keep in mind that this was never meant to be a bootleg. It was never burned to CD-R or sold. Absolutely NO money was made from this. It was basically just a rarities collection I made to share between a few friends. I own a large NWW collection and would ALWAYS buy any of these tracks if I found them and will support Stephen until the end, financially and otherwise. The JPG is basically a crude reference to the cover of "Homotopy To Marie", one of my favorite album covers of all time. The title literally comes from two random images I found on the net and stuck together in photoshop for the cover. I didn't actually think anybody would take it seriously."
crocodiel krazy glue
Dais Records - DAIS 001 - Limited to 500 hand numbered copies.
First ever pressing of an original recording made in 1968 and pressed to one single acetate which remained in the possession of Genesis P-Orridge's archives, considered to be he/r first ever musical recording. (discogs.com)
“EARLY WORM” was pressed at Deroy Sound Services in November 1968 even though the actual single acetate copy has “copyright 1969” written by hand on the centre label. I was away at Hull University when it arrived at my home at 6 Links Drive, Solihull, Warks. So I took it back to Hull in the new year. I hand wrote the cover quotes from “SILENCE” by John Cage. It was recorded in the roofspace attic of the house during 1968 Summer and on a weekend trip home with Jesus Joheero (Joheero pronounced - Yo’ hero, i.e. Your Hero). The sleeve notes were hand written on typing paper. Xerox enclosed. (gpo.com)
Thanks to my dear friend Rainier for these two gems !
United Dairies - UDT31 (cassette) - 1981 according to discogs, 1986 according to Brainwashed... It seems that this cassette was released after the "Sylvie and Babs"
1 untitled ('Pleasant Banjo Intro With Irritating Squeak')
2 untitled ('Wisecrack') with Diana Rogerson
3 untitled ('Scissor Rock Bicycle Revelation')
4 untitled ('Aquarium'/'Dirty Fingernails'/'Sugarland')
5 untitled ('Dream Of A Butterfly Inside The Skull Of A Horse')
6 untitled ('The Schmürz'/'Brained')
7 untitled ('Sinan Sings For Her Chums') with Sinan Leong
8 untitled ('Ritva Sings For The World') with Ritva Ross and Diana Rogerson
9 untitled ('It Just Ain't So')
10 untitled ('Lady In The Radiator' song) David Lynch cover, with Diana Rogerson)
Dust-To-Digital re-remeased of 1969 USSR originally recordings.
Traditional performances including several khoomei songs plus one modern take on the classic Tuvan sound.
More info here (pitchfork)
Sri Moonshine Music SMM 003 - 2006
Vocals - Pandit Pran Nath
Tabla - Terry Riley
Tambura - La Monte Young , Marian Zazeela
The Raga Cycle (RS)
1. Raga Shudh Sarang (33:19)
2. Raga Kut Todi (12:10)
The Raga Cycle at the Palace Theatre in Paris, 1972 showcased Pandit Pran Nath at the peak of his powers. The Raga Cycle took place over three consecutive days. Friday, May 28th night ragas, Saturday May 29th, late afternoon ragas and Sunday, May 30th morning and mid-day ragas. These three concerts stand as a truly awe-inspiring monument, an example of perfection of the high Art of Hindustani music by one of the greatest masters of the Kirana Gharana. Kirana, a small village north of New Delhi, produced many of the giants of Indian classical vocal music. Among them, Ustad Abdul Waheed Khansahib, Pran Nath-ji's guru, and the immensely popular Ustad Abdul Kareem Khan. One of the undeniable beauties of Indian Classical Music is its strong connection to nature and especially the binding relationship of Raga melodies to their appropriate time of day. An elegant curve of melody, a subtle lowering of pitch, or an assertiveness attached to a particular note helps to define the effect of a Raga. There are Ragas for all the times of day and night as well as seasons, and when they are sung at their appropriate time their effectiveness is noticeably enhanced. Pandit Pran Nath's knowledge of this musical science was extraordinary and he made it his life's work to probe deeply with his expressive voice the true character of each raga using his matchless pitch discrimination and compelling emotional range.
Previously unreleased material recorded between 1967 and 1970, culled from the archives of Tony Conrad.
This volume highlights MacLise's unique and intricate drumming style. Cembalum, bongos, hand drum, barrel congas - all are majestically thumped'n'bumped for maximum orgasmic sensory satisfaction.
Comprised of eight tracks, the acme of this collection is the two large ensemble pieces, "Dreamweapon Benefit for the Oklahoma City Police Dept. parts 1 & 2," featuring Angus (barrel conga), Hetty MacLise (tampura), the poet Jackson Maclow (recorders and voice), Henry Flynt (song flute and voice) and Tony Conrad (limp string). These tracks, recorded in May of 1968, are the apex of maximalist loft style psychedelic improvisation. (midheaven.com)
Brain Damage in Oklahoma City (megaupload)
1. Another Druid's Nestalum
2. Haigh Riot Mime (Bongos: Angus MacLise, Voice: David Moore)
3. Epiphany (Hand Drum: Angus MacLise, Organ: Hetty MacLise)
4. Loft Collage
5. Drum Solo
6. Dreamweapon Benefit for the Oklahoma City Police Dept. Pt. 1 (with Tony Conrad,Jackson Mac Low, Hetty MacLise, Henry Flynt)
7. Dreamweapon Benefit for the Oklahoma City Police Dept. Pt. 2 (with Tony Conrad,Jackson Mac Low, Hetty MacLise, Henry Flynt)
Sub Rosa 2003
Selected and produced by Warhol star Gerard Malanga and Sub Rosa's Guy Marc Hinant, recorded by Tony Conrad, between 1963 and 1976, this double CD contains 159 min of minimal electronic music, readings, soundtracks from the archives of Angus McLise, drummer of the very early Velvet Underground line-up and significant member of La Monte Young's Theater of Eternal Music, with John Cale, Tony Conrad, Marian Zazeela and sometimes Terry Riley.
The Cloud Doctrine 2xCD on Sub Rosa (megaupload)
01 Tunnel Music #1 (2:51)
02 Tunnel Music #2 (4:48)
03 Tunnel Music #3 (3:05)
04 The First Subtle Cabinet (26:04) (with Piero Heliczer and Tony Conrad)
05 Description Of A Mandala (9:49)
06 Thunder Cut (32:28) (with Tony and Beverly Conrad)
01 Chumlum (4:20) (with Tony Conrad)
02 Trance #1 (4:20) (with John Cale and Tony Conrad)
03 Trance #2 (4:02) (with John Cale and Tony Conrad)
04 Two Speed Trance (5:07) (with John Cale and Tony Conrad)
05 Four Speed Trance (3:18) (with John Cale and Tony Conrad)
06 Shortwave Radio (2:53)
07 Electronic Mix For 'Expanded Cinema' (27:49)
08 Organ & Drum (4:00) (with Hetty MacLise)
09 Universal Solar Calender (19:41)
10 Tambura Drone + Sine Wave Generator (3:07)
First album of this seminal post-punk/cold wave french duo : astonishing Mona Soyoc (vocals/guitar) and awful 80's haircut Spatsz (electronics).
SPATSZ, né à Nancy. A quitté son job d'infirmier psychiatrique en 1978 pour se consacrer aux synthétiseurs et aux boites à rythmes.
MONA SOYOC (guitare, piano, vocaux), née à Stamford, Connecticut (USA), d’origine argentine. En janvier 80, ils fondent KaS PRODUCT et travaillent sur leurs propres compositions. Ils enregistrent deux EP et en mars 81, Marquis de Sade invite KaS PRODUCT a faire la première partie de sa tournée française. [frenchnew-wave.com]
try out (divshare)
A synth-based duo from Nancy, France, KaS Product — Mona Soyoc (vocals/guitar) and Spatsz (electronics) — was very much in the Suicide/early Soft Cell mode, although that comparison is rather generous, quality-wise. Spatsz takes care of the musical details with derivate dispatch, while Soyoc — who lacks real vocal skills — sings unaccented English with self-important theatrical ambition on "Try Out", whose highlight is the jazzy "No Shame." (The crude "Never Come Back," which rhymes "back" and "twat," is the album's easy low point.) [Ira Robbins/David Sheridan]
Important Records - imprec192
Vinyl, 7", Limited Edition, Single Sided, 33 ⅓ RPM
Released in an edition of 1000 copies:
- 500 on blue
- 200 on red
- 200 on yellow
- 100 on green
US Alt Rock Band Sic Alps covering TG !
Thanks to the fabulous and frien of humankind 20jazzfunkgreats blog
Prpgrammé sur Canal + et parmi les meilleurs moments de "Nulle Part Ailleurs". Quelques minutes de délire quasi situationniste avec l'invariable conclusion : « C'était vraiment très intéressant ! »
Sun City Girls - You're Never Alone With A Cigarette (SCG Singles Vol. 1)
Abduction - ABDT040
Artwork By Eric Lanzillotta
Bass [Electric], Acoustic Guitar, Reeds [Moroccan], Vocals - Alan Bishop
All tracks recorded during ‘Torch of the Mystics’ sessions in July of 1988. Includes 3 unreleased tracks and one extended track
You're Never Alone With a Cigarette (mediafire)
1. 100 Pounds Of Black Olives (5:11) - Originally released on Majora single "You’re Never Alone with a Cigarette" (1989)
2. Sev Acher (3:13) - Unreleased Studio Recording
3. Souvenirs From Jangere (4:21) - Originally released on Majora single "Three Fake Female Orgasms" (1990)
4. Plaster Cupids Falling From The Ceiling (6:47) - idem
5. Amazon One (2:56) - Unreleased Studio Recording
6. The Beauty Of Benghazi (1:32) - Originally released on Majora single "Three Fake Female Orgasms"
7. Wild World Of Animals (2:33) - Unreleased Studio Recording
8. Harmful Little Armful (For Will Shatter) (0:45) - Originally released on Massacre at Central High’s "Bruce Lee, Heroin, and the Punk Scene" (1993)
9. The Fine-Tuned Machines Of Lemuria (12:01) - Originally released on Majora single "You’re Never Alone with a Cigarette" (1989) unreleased extended full-length recording