The wonderful title track of the rare “Harmonitalk” lp (KM 1980) by the Alaskan synthesizer trio Gary Sloan and Clone, equally consisting of Paul Alexander and Kurt Riemann. They were heavily into ARP gear, also using Poly-Moog and Emu. Finders Keepers sublabel Cache Cache have just reissued their gem before Summer started (2012-06-17). The cd edition (CACHE04CD) has a twenty minute bonus track “Mix he said (jam)” (see below), taken from a privately released cassette of “Clone Jam” sessions … which are now being rereleased on K7 by Cache Cache too: “Clone Tapes” (CACHETTE002). Not to be confused with http://www.deltaboogie.com/deltamusicians/sloang/ … More info: http://www.finderskeepersrecords.com/discog_cache04.html [info on bonus track not correct] + http://www.finderskeepersrecords.com/discog_cachette002.html
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Updating https://uzine.wordpress.com/2010/01/07/k7-return-of-the-return-of-lo-tech/ here’s Jeff Skierka’s designer table: http://www.jeffskierkadesigns.com/portfolio-table.html
After the legendary This Heat came Camberwell Now … again featuring Charles Hayward, accompanied by Trefor Goronwy & Stephen Rickard and, in 1986, Maria Lamburn. Their complete works can be found on one fine cd (DUP0022) via ReR Megacorp or Locus Solus aka Recommended Japan: “All’s Well (The Complete LP, EPs Collection: Meridian, The Ghost Trade, Greenfingers)“. Recorded 1982-1986, remastered 2006. Two tracks are missing, though: “Trade winds“ and “For those in peril on the sea“. But we get a remake of “Splash“, viz. “Resplash” (off Sub Rosa‘s “Myths 1 – Instructions For Survival” v/a compilation), and “Daddy needs a throne” off the “Ritual Magnetic North” v/a K7 tape on Touch.
Still not too impressed by Sami Havia’s more recent cassette paintings but it’s an addition to this year old k7 post … Was more impressed by Dennis Tyfus’ tape art back at Factor 44!