Table of The Elements


Keiji Haino - Guitar Works I-VIII

Label:Table Of The Elements - 12 Mg, Table Of The Elements - TOE-SS-12
Series:Guitar Series Vol. 2 -
Format:Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Limited Edition
Country:US
Released:1944
Genre:Electronic
Style:Experimental

Tracklist
A1 I
A2 II
A3 III
A4 IV
B1 V
B2 VI
B3 VII
B4 VIII

Credits

  • Design, Art Direction- Jon Malic
  • Guitar- Keiji Haino

Notes

Recorded January 1994, Tokyo, Japan.
Limited edition of less than 1000 copies.


RLW - Pullover

Label:Table Of The Elements - 32 Ge
Format:CD, Album
Country:US
Released:1996
Genre:Electronic
Style:Abstract, Experimental

Tracklist
1 Atmosphere
Voice [Sound Material] - Stefan E. Schmidt
6:50
2 Beziehung
Voice [Sound Material] - David Grubbs, Jim O'Rourke, Johann Simon Schmid-Paede, Stefan E. Schmidt
4:03
3 Autos
Voice [Sound Material] - Markus Caspers, Ralf Wehowsky
3:33
4 Atmosphare
Voice [Sound Material] - Danielle Sklar, Karla Borecky, Rudolf Ebner*
5:30
5 Travel
Voice [Sound Material] - Francisco Lopez*, Ralf Wehowsky
9:04
6 Reise
Voice [Sound Material] - Christian Renou, Kimihide Kusafuka, Markus Caspers
4:13
7 Relation
Voice [Sound Material] - Anne-Julie Rollet, Johann Simon Schmid-Paede, Jerome Noetinger*, Karla Borecky, Scott Foust
5:42
8 Cars
Voice [Sound Material] - Dorothea Conradi, Johann Simon Schmid-Paede
5:18

Credits

  • Composed By- Ralf Wehowsky
  • Design [Cd Design]- Jeff Hunt
  • Liner Notes [English Translation By]- David Grubbs, Markus Caspers
  • Producer [Post-production]- Bernhard Gunter, Ralf Wehowsky
  • Text By [Texts]- Markus Caspers

Notes

All Texts (1993-95) by Markus Casper, all compositions c. and p. Ralf Wehowsky 1995.
The texts were sent to artists all over the globe to record interpretations. All recordings were to be in German, independent from the interpreter's native language.
These recordings were used by Ralf Wehowsky to compose this CD's track.
All texts are presented both in a semantic and an abstract version. The participants' voices -- in their recording situation -- were the only sound sources to be used.


Bernhard Gunter - Details Agrandis

Label:Table Of The Elements - 34 Se
Format:CD, Album, Reissue
Country:US
Released:1998
Genre:Electronic
Style:Musique Concrete, Minimal

Tracklist
1 Four Grey Paintings 23:02
2 Stone Circles 21:29
3 Ecriture Automatique 21:34

Credits

  • Composed By- Bernhard Gunter

Notes

Four Grey Paintings (for Jim O'Rourke)
Stone Circles (for Richard Long)
Ecriture Automatique (for Giancarlo Toniutti)

Originally released in 1994 by Selektion as SCD 018

Other Versions (Showing 3 of 3)

Title, Format Label Cat# Country Year
Details Agrandis -(CD, Album) Selektion SCD 018 Germany 1994
Details Agrandis -(3xFile, FLAC, Album, RE, RM) Trente Oiseaux TOC086 2008
Details Agrandis -(CDr, Album, RE, RM)

John Fahey - Womblife

Label:Table Of The Elements - 37 Rb
Format:CD, Album
Country:US
US
Released:1997
Genre:Rock
Style:Acoustic, Avantgarde

Tracklist
1 Sharks 9:20
2 Planaria 9:54
3 Eels 6:13
4 Coelacanths 7:28
5 Juana 12:34

Companies etc

  • Recorded At- Steam Room

Credits

  • Composed By- John Fahey
  • Design, Art Direction [Direction]- Jeff Hunt
  • Guitar- John Fahey
  • Layout- Susan Archie
  • Other [Strings Provided By]- John Pearse
  • Photography By- Bettina Herzner
  • Producer, Recorded By- Jim O'Rourke

Notes

Recording and production: Steam Room, Chicago November 1996


Carl Michael Von Hausswolff‎– Basic

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– 42 Mo, Table Of The Elements ‎– TOE-CD-42, Edition . . . ‎– edition . . . ii
Format:CD
CD, Album
Country:US
Released:23 Mar 1999
Genre:Electronic
Style:Noise, Minimal, Experimental

Tracklist
1 Rotterdam Canaries Or A General Attempt To Conquer A Specific Model Of Migration 7:12
2 Kaliningrad Cake Or One Simple Way To Re-Establish A Disfunctional Output By Means Of Pre-Tension And Re-Formation 7:00
3 Hamburg Fatigue Or Tiny Movements Make A Mind Less Static 15:31
4 Stockholm Slumber Or Exchange Of Mental, Physical And Un-Detected Substances Of Known And Un-Known Matter During A Period Of Four Nights 9:24

Notes

Packaged in a jewel-case with a series of five transparent, silkscreened mylar cover inserts, and a printed, transparent tray-card.
Edition of less than 1000 copies.


Paul Panhuysen and The Galvanos ‎– Lost For Words

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– 45 Rh
Format:
CD, Album CD, Album
Country:US
Released:1999
Genre:Electronic
Style:Experimental, Ambient

Tracklist
1 Stalin Voice – Joseph Stalin 5:05
2 Computer Printers 10:04
3 AiDA 6:21
4 Spotvogels 6:21
5 Long Strings 4:09
6 Humming Humming – Maciunas Ensemble 4:46
7 Coming Recorded By [Tape Received In The 1960s] – Tuli Kupferberg 6:44
8 Reading Voice [Reading] – Maciunas Ensemble 4:28
9 Birds 7:12
10 Clock 8:15
11 Rocking Electric Guitar – Maciunas Ensemble 9:19

Credits

  • Art Direction– Jeff Hunt
  • Liner Notes– Paul DeMarinis, René van Peer
  • Mastered By– Frank van Donkersgoed, Paul Panhuysen
  • Photography– Hélène and Paul Panhuysen, Peter B. Kaars, Peter Cox
  • Recorded By, Edited By– Paul Panhuysen

Notes

Recorded and edited at Het Appollohuis in 1997.

a silver sticker on the strinkwrap reads:
"Paul Panhuysen (b. 1934) is internationally known for his large-scale sound installations, built as gigantic stringed instruments. In 1963 he started to develop works which combined many media - images, light, projection, machines, objects, spaces, etc. - as transitory events and installations. The Maciunas Ensemble, founded in 1968, became the source of his experiences with sound and music, while his recent Long String constructions create a synthesis of various disciplines including sculpture, architecture, music, improvisation, composition and performance.

In The Galvanos, Panhuysen has drawn material from a wide variety of sound projects he has created over the past two decades and channeled them through numerically tuned, resonating wires. The original recordings (including previous compositions, as well as canary songs and a speech by Joseph Stalin) are transformed by mechanical vibrations into completely new musical pieces. The resulting re-presentation of sound offers a unique and important look at the complex interrelation of mimesis and number in music."

"For this album the installation comprises five walkman cassette players with nine galvanometers plugged in. The steel strings, all 2 meters long, have been attached to the middle of duochords that each have a different length. Their lengths (and therefore their pitch relationships) have been determined through calculations based on the number 3, resulting in two pentatonic rows: one starting from 81cm upwards, the other from 81cm downwards." - René van Peer

packaged in a slipcase with 40-page booklet.


Pauline Oliveros‎ – Primordial Lift

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– 53 I
Format:CD, Album
Country:US
Released:1999
Genre:Electronic
Style:Experimental

Tracklist
1 Primordial 14:05
2 Lift 30:31

Companies etc

  • Recorded At– Hallwalls Contemporary Art Center
  • Mixed At– Griffin Mastering

Credits

  • Accordion, Electronics, Vocals– Pauline Oliveros
  • Art Direction– Jeff Hunt
  • Cello– Anne Bourne
  • Cello [Electric]– Alexandria Gelencser
  • Design– Henry H. Owings
  • Edited By [Final Editing], Mastered By– Chris Griffin
  • Electronics [Low Frequency Oscillator]– Scott Olson
  • Harmonium– David Grubbs
  • Mixed By [Live Mix]– Chris Borkowski
  • Other [Live Video, Processing]– Andrew Deutsch
  • Other [Project Assistance]– Nancy McGlamery
  • Photography By– David Daniell
  • Violin [Electric]– Tony Conrad

Notes

Premiere performance: 20 March 1998, Hallwalls, Buffalo
Final editing, mastering: Griffin Mastering, Atlanta

Thanks: Dan Rigney, Jessie Shefrin, Institute for Electronic Arts at Alfred University
Special thanks: Ed Cardoni, executive director Hallwalls

Primodial/Lift was commissioned by the Fromm Foundation for performance at Hallwalls.

© 1998 Deep Listening Publications ASCAP
© 1999 Table of the Elements

The version of this recording is incomplete and has Andrew Deutsch entirely removed from the mix. The full and complete version of this recording was finally issued on CD in 2006 by Deep Listening and Institute For Electronic Arts.

Other Versions (Showing 1 of 1)

Title, Format Label Cat# Country Year
Primordial / Lift ‎(CD, Album) Deep Listening, Institute For Electronic Arts DL 33-2006, IEA 9 US

Rhys Chatham‎ – Two Gongs (1971)

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– 73 Ta
Format:CD, Album
Country:US
Released:2006
Genre:Classical
Style:Minimal, Abstract, Drone, Avantgarde, Experimental

Tracklist

1 Two Gongs (1971) 61:40

Companies etc

  • Copyright (c)– Rhys Chatham
  • Copyright (c)– Table Of The Elements
  • Phonographic Copyright (p)– Table Of The Elements
  • Phonographic Copyright (p)– Post Minimalist Music Publishing Company
  • Recorded At– Experimental Intermedia Foundation

Credits

  • Design [Hue, Tint & Brightness]– Susan Archie
  • Executive-producer, Art Direction– Jeff Hunt
  • Liner Notes– Ethan Covey, Rhys Chatham
  • Musician– Rhys Chatham, Yoshimasa Wada*
  • Other [Editorial Assistance]– Nancy McGlamery
  • Photography By– Isabelle Marteau
  • Recorded By– Phill Niblock

Notes

Recorded live at Experimental Intermedia Foundation, NYC 15 December 1989.

Eat Fuck Kill photo (1989)

All selections © 2002/2006 Rhys Chatham
Ⓟ 2002/2006 Post Minimalist Music Publishing Company (BMI)
This release © Ⓟ 2006 Table of the Elements
All Rights Reserved

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 00401 07312 4

Tony Conrad ‎– Joan Of Arc

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– 77 Ir, Audio ArtKive ‎– Audio ArtKive 010
Format:CD, Album
Country:US
Released:Oct 2006
Genre:Electronic, Stage & Screen
Style:Soundtrack, Experimental, Minimal

Tracklist

1 Joan Of Arc 64:31

Credits

  • Art Direction, Executive Producer– Jeff Hunt
  • Design [Graphic Design]– Megan Downey
  • Mastered By– Chris Griffin
  • Organ [Pump]– Tony Conrad
  • Photography By– Ira Cohen, Will Swofford

Notes

Originally recorded as a soundtrack for the Piero Heliczer film of the same name, 1968.


Loren Connors ‎– Sails

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– Ac 89
Format:2 × CD
Country:US
Released:Jan 2006
Genre:Blues, Rock
Style:Post Rock, Avantgarde

Tracklist

1.1 Pretty As Ever 1 1:44
1.2 Pretty As Ever 2 3:14
1.3 Pretty As Ever 3 2:04
1.4 Pretty As Ever 4 1:23
1.5 Pretty As Ever 5 1:27
1.6 Pretty As Ever 6 1:06
1.7 Pretty As Ever 7 1:34
1.8 Pretty As Ever 8 1:25
1.9 Here, I'll Whisper It To You 2:56
1.10 Trinity 1 1:38
1.11 Trinity 2 4:38
1.12 Trinity 3 2:09
1.13 Portrait Of A Fool 1 2:30
1.14 Portrait Of A Fool 2 5:19
1.15 In The Night 4:59
2.1 Dark Is The Night, Cold Is The Ground
Guitar – John Fahey
6:49
2.2 Sails 36:06

Credits

  • Guitar– Loren Connors*

Jack Smith‎ – Silent Shadows On Cinemaroc Island - 56 Ludlow Street 1962-1964 Volume II

Label:Table of the Elements ‎– Ag 47, Audio ArtKive ‎– none
Format:CD
Country:US
Released:1997
Genre:Electronic, Non-Music
Style:Spoken Word, Experimental

Tracklist

1 Carnival Of Ecstacy Performer – Tony Conrad 3:19
2 The First Memoirs Of Maria Montez Cymbals [Finger] – Jack Smith Performer – David G., Mario Montez, Tony Conrad 22:12
3 Buffalo Song Performer – Mario Montez Violin – Tony Conrad Vocals – Jack Smith 2:10
4 Mario And The Flickering Jewel Voice – Jack Smith, Tony Conrad 3:51
5 Contadina Tomato Paste 3:03
6 Silent Shadows On Cinemaroc Island Performer – John Cale, Tony Conrad 8:45
7 The Horrors Of Agony 10:50
8 Jack, Mario, And Tony Voice – Mario Montez 6:00

Credits

  • Producer, Engineer– Tony Conrad
  • Voice– Jack Smith (tracks: 2, 4 to 8), Tony Conrad (tracks: 4, 5, 8)

Paul Panhuysen‎ – The Galvano's

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– Al 13
Series:Guitar Series Vol. 2 –
Format:Vinyl, 7"
Country:US
Released:1993
Genre:Electronic
Style:Experimental

Tracklist

A Part 1
B Part 2

Companies etc

  • Recorded At– Het Apollohuis

Credits

  • Design, Art Direction– Jon Malic
  • Recorded By– Paul Panhuysen

Notes

Recorded at Het Apollohuis Eindhoven, 23 November 1993.
Limited edition of less than 1000.


Oren Ambarchi‎ – A Final Kiss On Poisoned Cheeks

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– Am 95, Table Of The Elements ‎– TOE-LP-95
Format:Vinyl, 12", Etched, Single Sided, Limited Edition, Clear
Country:UK
Released:2008
Genre:Electronic
Style:Abstract, Experimental, Minimal

Tracklist

B A Final Kiss On Poisoned Cheeks 20:21

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p)– Touch Music
  • Phonographic Copyright (p)– Table Of The Elements
  • Copyright (c)– Table Of The Elements
  • Recorded At– Big Jesus Burger Studios
  • Mastered At– Moose Mastering
  • Recorded At– Vancouver New Music Festival

Credits

  • Art Direction– Jeff Hunt
  • Artwork– Savage Pencil
  • Design [Label]– Susan Archi*
  • Executive-producer– Jeff Hunt
  • Guitar, Bells, Cymbal– Oren Ambarchi
  • Mastered By– Lachlan Carrick
  • Recorded By [Bells, Cymbal]– Chris Townend
  • Recorded By [Guitar]– Gary Morgan

Notes

Guitar recorded at Vancouver New Music Festival October 17, 2007.
Bells and cymbal recorded at BJB (Sydney, Australia).
Mastered at Moose (Melbourne, Australia).

Total duration of 20:21 is only given on press sheet.

℗ 2008 Touch Music (MCPS)
℗ © 2008 Table of the Elements

Edition of 2000.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 00401 09511 9
  • Rights Society: MCPS

Other Versions (Showing 2 of 2)

Title, Format Label Cat# Country Year
A Final Kiss On Poisoned Cheeks ‎(LP, S/Sided, Etch, Tur) Table Of The Elements, Table Of The Elements Am 95, TOE-LP-95 US 2008
A Final Kiss On Poisoned Cheeks ‎(12", Etch, S/Sided, Ltd, Blu) Table Of The Elements, Table Of The Elements Am 95, TOE-LP-95 UK 2008

Keiji Haino‎ – I Said, This Is The Son Of Nihilism

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– Ar 18
Format:CD
Country:US
Released:1995
Genre:Electronic, Rock
Style:Noise, Experimental

Tracklist

1 I Said, This Is The Son Of Nihilism 59:23

Credits

  • Guitar, Vocals– Keiji Haino
  • Photography By– Bettina Herzner

Notes

Disc has laser etched text around edge. Cover art is pure black, comes with obi strip.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 00401 01812 5

Tony Conrad‎ – Early Minimalism Volume One

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– As 33
Format:CD, Enhanced 3 × CD Box Set
Country:US
Released:1997
Genre:Classical, Electronic
Style:Drone, Experimental, Avantgarde, Minimal

Tracklist

1-01 Four Violins (1964)
Violin [4 Overdubbed Violin Parts], Recorded By – Tony Conrad
32:30
2-01 Early Minimalism: April 1965
Cello [Electric] – Jan Tilman Schade Double Bass [Electric] – Matthias Bauer Producer – Andreas Kallfetz, Roland Spekle, Werner Durand Viola [Electric] – Elke Brauweiler Violin [Electric] – Lutz Wernicke, Tony Conrad
53:38
3-01 Early Minimalism: May 1965
Cello [Electric] – Alexandria Gelencser Engineer [Recording] – John McEntire Violin [Electric] – Jim O'Rourke, Tony Conrad
56:57
4-01 Early Minimalism: June 1965 (Part 1)
Cello [Electric] – Alexandria Gelencser Violin [Electric], Engineer [Recording] – Tony Conrad
28:02
4-02 Early Minimalism: June 1965 (Part 2)
Cello [Electric] – Alexandria Gelencser Violin [Electric], Engineer [Recording] – Tony Conrad
32:21

Companies etc

  • Engineered At– Steam Room
  • Mastered At– Griffin Mastering
  • Copyright (c)– Tony Conrad
  • Phonographic Copyright (p)– Tony Conrad
  • Copyright (c)– Table Of The Elements

Credits

  • Composed By [Compositions]– Tony Conrad
  • Design [Early Minimalism Design]– Jeff Hunt
  • Engineer [Additional]– Jim O'Rourke
  • Layout [Package]– Susan Archie
  • Other [Enhanced Cd Programming]– Brad Taylor
  • Photography By– Bettina Herzner, Frederick Eberstadt
  • Text By [Texts], Score [Scores], Film Director [Video]– Tony Conrad
  • Video Editor [Enhanced Cd Video Editing]– Jon Philpot, Tyler Hubby

Notes

Box set including 96-page booklet. CD 1 is an enhanced CD which features interviews,
perfomance footage and video. There are 8 sections to the enhanced portion.

Disc 1 recorded at Tony Conrad's 56 Ludlow Street studio in New York, 19 December 1964.
Disc 2 recorded at 707 e.V., Frankfurt am Main, 5 May 1994.
Disc 3 recorded live at the Knitting Factory, New York City, 1 October 1995.
Disc 4 recorded at Tony Conrad's Livingston Street studio, Buffalo, New York, August 1996.

Audio Mastering: Griffin Mastering, Atlanta.
Additional Engineering: Steam Room, Chicago.

Compositions, texts, scores, and video: Tony Conrad, © ℗ Tony Conrad 1964/1996/1997.
Early Minimalism Volume One © Table Of The Elements 1997.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 06501 10332 1

Other Versions (Showing 2 of 2)

Title, Format Label Cat# Country Year
Early Minimalism Volume One ‎(CD, Enh + 3xCD + Box, RE) Table Of The Elements As 33 US 2002
Early Minimalism - Volume One ‎(CD, Promo) Table Of The Elements As 33 US 1997

Tony Conrad‎ – Early Minimalism Volume One

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– As 33
Format:CD, Enhanced CD, Enhanced Box Set, Reissue
Country:US
Released:2002
Genre:Classical, Electronic
Style:Minimal, Drone, Avantgarde, Experimental

Tracklist

1-1 Four Violins
Violin [Four Overdubbed Violin Parts], Recorded By – Tony Conrad
32:30
2-1 Early Minimalism: April 1965
Cello [Electric] – Jan Tilman Schade Contrabass [Electric] – Matthias Bauer Engineer [Recording] – Hessischen Rundfunk* Producer – Andreas Kallfetz, Roland Spekle, Werner Durand Viola [Electric] – Elke Brauweiler Violin [Electric] – Lutz Wernicke, Tony Conrad
53:38
3-1 Early Minimalism: May 1965
Cello [Electric] – Alexandria Gelencser Engineer [Recording] – John McEntire Violin [Electric] – Jim O'Rourke, Tony Conrad
56:57
4-1 Early Minimalism: June 1965 (Part 1)
Cello [Electric] – Alexandria Gelencser Violin [Electric], Engineer [Recording] – Tony Conrad
28:02
4-2 Early Minimalism: June 1965 (Part 2)
Cello [Electric] – Alexandria Gelencser Violin [Electric Violins], Engineer [Recording] – Tony Conrad
32:21

Companies etc

  • Engineered At– Steam Room
  • Mastered At– Griffin Mastering
  • Recorded At– The Knitting Factory
  • Copyright (c)– Tony Conrad
  • Phonographic Copyright (p)– Tony Conrad
  • Phonographic Copyright (p)– Tony Conrad Music
  • Copyright (c)– Table Of The Elements
  • Copyright (c)– The Sandwalking Company

Credits

  • Composed By, Liner Notes [Texts], Score [Scores], Film Director [Video]– Tony Conrad
  • Design [Early Minimalism Design]– Jeff Hunt
  • Engineer [Additional]– Jim O'Rourke
  • Layout [Package]– Susan Archie
  • Photography By– Bettina Herzner, Frederick Eberstadt
  • Video Editor [Enhanced Cd Programming]– Brad Taylor
  • Video Editor [Enhanced Cd Video Editing]– Jon Philpot, Tyler Hubby

Notes

• Four Violins (1964) is an unscored recording of four overdubbed violin parts, recorded on 19 December 1964, at Tony Conrad's 56 Ludlow Street studio in New York.

• Early Minimalism: April 1965 (1994) was first performed on 3 May 1994 at Institut Unzeit in Berlin, then at Gallery 707, Frankfurt, on 5 May (which is the performance heard here), and in Utrecht at Impakt Festival on 7 May.
Produced at 707 e.V., Frankfurt am Main, in collaboration with Werner Durand and Freunde Guter Musik Berlin e.V., and Roland Spekle, IMPAKT festival voor experimentel kunst, Utrecht.
Recorded: 5 May 1994.

• Early Minimalism: May 1965 (1994) is unscored. In the Atlanta premiere on 23 April 1994, the solo part was accompanied by mechanically-bowed violins. Here in the 10 June 1995 performance at the Knitting Factory in New York City, the accompaniment parts are performed by cello and violin.
Produced live at the Knitting Factory, New York City.
Recorded: 1 October 1995.

• Early Minimalism: June 1965 (1994) is a studio work for four multitracked violins with cello. It was first realized in May 1994 at the studio of Christoph Heeman in Aachen Germany, and is heard here in a 1996 realization in Buffalo.
Produced at Tony Conrad's Livingston Street studio, Buffalo, New York.
Recorded: August 1996.
_________________________________

Audio Mastering: Griffin Mastering, Atlanta.
Enhanced CD programming: Khirqa Digital.
Additional Engineering: Steam Room, Chicago.

Booklet:
Compositions, texts, scores, and video: Tony Conrad, © ℗ Tony Conrad 1964/1996/1997.
Early Minimalism Volume One © Table Of The Elements 1997.

CDs:
© Tony Conrad 1964/1996/1997/2002 ℗ Tony Conrad Music (ASCAP) 2002.
© Table Of The Elements/The Sandwalking Company 1997/2002.

Packaging: CDs housed in individual jewel boxes. Box set includes a 96-page booklet. There is a jacket around the box.
CD1 is an enhanced CD which features interviews, performance footage and video. There are 8 sections to the enhanced portion.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 8 06501 10332 1

Other Versions (Showing 2 of 2)

Title, Format Label Cat# Country Year
Early Minimalism Volume One ‎(CD, Enh + 3xCD + Box) Table Of The Elements As 33 US 1997
Early Minimalism - Volume One ‎(CD, Promo) Table Of The Elements As 33 US 1997


John Fahey‎– Sea Changes & Coelacanths : A Young Person's Guide To John Fahey

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– At 85
Format:2 × CD, Compilation
Country:US
Released:2006
Genre:Blues, Rock
Style:Acoustic, Avantgarde

Tracklist

1.1 Sharks 9:20
1.2 Planaria 9:54
1.3 Eels 6:13
1.4 Coelacanths 7:28
1.5 Juana 12:34
1.6 Hard Time Empty Bottle Blues I 2:18
1.7 Hard Time Empty Bottle Blues II 3:05
1.8 Hard Time Empty Bottle Blues III 1:34
1.9 Hard Time Empty Bottle Blues IV 2:23
2.1 House Of The Rising Sun/Nightmare 19:09
2.2 Juana/Guitar Lamento 17:06
2.3 Red Rocking Chair 9:26
2.4 Song For Sara 6:20
2.5 Son House/Marilyn/My Prayer/Mood Indigo 21:05

Companies etc

  • Recorded At– Steamroom, Chicago
  • Recorded At– Empty Bottle
  • Recorded At– Horizon Theatre

Credits

  • Edited By– Andrew Burnes (tracks: 1.6 to 1.9)
  • Engineer– David Daniell (tracks: 2.1 to 2.5)
  • Guitar– John Fahey
  • Interviewer– Jason Gross
  • Liner Notes– Byron Coley, David Fricke, David Grubbs
  • Liner Notes, Interviewee– John Fahey
  • Mastered By– Chris Griffin
  • Photography By– Bettina Herzner
  • Producer– Jeff Hunt (tracks: 1.6 to 1.9), Jon Philpot (tracks: 2.1 to 2.5), Kristina Johnson (tracks: 1.6 to 1.9)
  • Producer, Engineer– Jim O'Rourke (tracks: 1.1 to 1.5)

Notes

Tracks 1.1 to 1.5: Recorded at The Steam Room, Chicago, November 1996. Originally issued as Womblife, Table Of The Elements TOE-CD-37, 1997.
Tracks 1.6 to 1.9: Recorded live at the Table Of The Elements "Yttrium" Festival, The Empty Bottle, Chicago, November 8, 1996.
Originally issued as Hard Time Empty Bottle Blues, Table Of The Elements TOE-LP-60, 2003.
Tracks 2.1 to 2.5: Recorded live at the Horizon Theatre, Little Five Points, Atlanta, August 9, 1997.
Originally issued as Georgia Stomps, Atlanta Struts, And Other Contemporary Dance Favorites, Table Of The Elements TOE-CD-38 / TOE-LP-38, 1998.

Includes booklet with essays, interview, original text and previously unreleased photographs.

Other Versions (Showing 1 of 1)

Title, Format Label Cat# Country Year
Sea Changes & Coelacanths : A Young Person's Guide To John Fahey ‎(3xLP + 12", S/Sided + Box, Comp) Table Of The Elements At 85 US 2006

John Fahey‎– Sea Changes & Coelacanths : A Young Person's Guide To John Fahey

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– At 85
Format:3 × Vinyl, LP Vinyl, 12", 45 RPM, Single Sided Box Set, Compilation
Country:US
Released:2006
Genre:Blues, Rock
Style:Acoustic, Avantgarde

Tracklist

A1 Sharks 9:20
A2 Planaria 9:54
A3 Eels 6:13
B1 Coelacanths 7:28
B2 Juana 12:34
C1 House Of The Rising Sun/Nightmare 19:09
D1 Juana/Guitar Lamento 17:06
E1 Red Rocking Chair 9:26
E2 Song For Sara 6:20
F1 Son House/Marilyn/My Prayer/Mood Indigo 21:05
G1 Hard Time Empty Bottle Blues I 2:18
G2 Hard Time Empty Bottle Blues II 3:05
G3 Hard Time Empty Bottle Blues III 1:34
G4 Hard Time Empty Bottle Blues IV 2:23

Credits

  • Edited By– Andrew Burnes (tracks: G1 to G4)
  • Engineer– David Daniell (tracks: C1 to F1)
  • Guitar– John Fahey
  • Mastered By– Chris Griffin
  • Producer– Jeff Hunt (tracks: G1 to G4), Jon Philpot (tracks: C1 to F1), Kristina Johnson (tracks: G1 to G4)
  • Producer, Engineer– Jim O'Rourke (tracks: A1 to B2)

Notes

Sides A and B: Recorded at The Steam Room, Chicago, November 1996. Originally issued as Womblife, Table Of The Elements TOE-CD-37, 1997.
Sides C, D, E and F: Recorded live at the Horizon Theatre, Little Five Points, Atlanta, August 9, 1997. Originally issued as Georgia Stomps, Atlanta Struts, And Other Contemporary Dance Favorites, Table Of The Elements TOE-CD-38 / TOE-LP-38, 1998.
Side G: Recorded live at the Table Of The Elements "Yttrium" Festival, The Empty Bottle, Chicago, November 8, 1996. Originally issued as Hard Time Empty Bottle Blues, Table Of The Elements TOE-LP-60, 2003.
Includes 8 page libretto with new essays by Byron Coley, David Fricke and David Grubbs, John Fahey interview by Jason Gross, original text by John Fahey and previously unreleased photographs by Bettina Herzner.

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Title, Format Label Cat# Country Year
Sea Changes & Coelacanths : A Young Person's Guide To John Fahey ‎(2xCD, Comp) Table Of The Elements At 85 US 2006

John Cale‎– Dream Interpretation: Inside The Dream Syndicate Volume II

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– Au 79, Audio ArtKive ‎– Audio ArtKive 04
Format:CD, Album
Country:US
Released:2001
Genre:ElectronicElectronic
Style:Drone, Minimal, Experimental

Tracklist

1 Dream Interpretation
Viola – John Cale Violin – Tony Conrad
20:33
2 Ex-Cathedra
Organ [Vox Continental] – John Cale
5:03
3 [Untitled] For Piano
Piano – John Cale
12:28
4 Carousel
Sounds [Electronic Sounds] – John Cale
2:32
5 A Midnight Rain Of Green Wrens At The World's Tallest Building
Viola – John Cale Violin – Tony Conrad
3:19
6 Hot Scoria
Cimbalom – Angus MacLise Guitar – John Cale
9:21

Companies

  • Phonographic Copyright (p)– Tony Conrad Music
  • Copyright (c)– The Sandwalking Company
  • Phonographic Copyright (p)– The Sandwalking Company
  • Copyright (c)– John Cale
  • Designed At– World Of anArchie
  • Designed At– Chunklet Graphic Control

Credits

  • Design [Graphic Design]– Henry H. Owings, Susan Archie
  • Executive-Producer, Art Direction– Jeff Hunt
  • Liner Notes– David Fricke
  • Producer [Production Assistance]– James Elliott

Notes

Second of three discs produced from archival recordings by Tony Conrad, Buffalo NY, 2000.
All selections ℗ Tony Conrad Music 2000.

1 - February 6, 1969. © John Cale 1969.
2 - Late 1967/Early 1968. © John Cale 1968.
3 - Eearly/mid 1960s. © John Cale 1965.
4 - Late 1967/Early 1968. © John Cale 1968.
5 - February 8, 1968. © John Cale 1968.
6 - March 2, 1964 or 1965. © John Cale 1965.

Graphic design: Susan Archie at World of anArchie, Henry H. Owings at Chunklet Graphic Control.

This release © ℗ 2001 The Sandwalking Company.

Special thanks: Kris Johnson.


Keith Rowe‎– City Music For Electric Guitar

Label:Table Of The Elements ‎– B 5
Series:Guitar Series Vol. 1 –
Format:Vinyl, 7"
Country:US
Released:1993
Genre:Electronic
Style:Experimental

Tracklist

A We Want Some Minutes Ok?
B Scratch Music

Credits

  • Design, Art Direction– Jon Malic

Notes

Recorded August / September 1993, Montbert, France. Additional material April 1992, Moscow, Russia and Kaunas, Lithuania.

Limited edition of less than 1000 on white vinyl.


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