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Reorganised by Philip Jeck
This live recording was made at Experimental Intermedia, New York City, for Touch.30 on 16th September 2012, and has been reorganised and edited by Philip Jeck. With thanks to Phill Niblock and Byron Westbrook. Live photo by Dave Knapik. Stone by Jon Wozencroft.
30 is the number of upright stones that originally encompassed the Sarsen Circle, Stonehenge’s best known feature.
feat. Marcus Davidson – percussion | Mike Harding – Conductor (& percussion) | Philip Jeck – Casio SK1 keyboard, effects, mixing desk and MD player | Dave Knapik – radio, iphones, Buddha Machine, Polaroid 450 Land camera, Knockman toys: the Pororon and the ChaCha, and police scanner | Lary 7 – contrabass | Ken Montgomery – Slepian Modified Casiotone M-10, Trogtronics 655 Black Box & Kaoss Pad | JG Thirlwell – laptop, keyboard | Brian Turner – guitar/amp | Andrea, The Enchantress of Bioluminosity – Zils
1. The Sarsen Circle 30′ 00″