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|1||–COUM Transmissions||Interview With Genesis P-Orridge On Arena Radio Humberside By Jim Hawkins For Fanfare Arts Festival, January 6, 1973||4:34|
|2||–COUM Transmissions||Doo Dah (Excerpt)
Recorded By – Genesis P-Orridge, Greg Foxtrot Echo, Spydee (2)
|3||–Genesis P-Orridge||Prescott & Williams 1932 (Excerpt)
Performer, Recorded By – Genesis P-Orridge
|4||–COUM Transmissions||COUM Transmissions Presents Edna & The Great Surfers||8:25|
|5||–Fizzey Peat||Cement Men / My Granny Goes Grave Digging
Recorded By – Genesis P-OrridgeWritten-By, Read By – Fizzey Peat
|6||–Genesis P-Orridge||18 Month Hope
Violin, Recorded By – Genesis P-Orridge
|7||–Genesis P-Orridge & Fizzey Peat||Home Aged||9:42|
|8||–COUM Transmissions||Genesis P-Orridge Talks With David Mayor At 50 Beck Road||2:06|
Track 2 was recorded in 1972.
Track 3 was recorded at The Bianola in 1972.
Track 4 was recorded live at St. Georges Hall in Bradford, England on October 22, 1971 during their opening performance for Hawkwind.
Tracks 5 to 7 were recorded on June 25, 1973.
All recordings and images © Genesis P-Orridge 1971, 1972, 1973, 1974, 1975 & 2013 Genesis P-Orridge (BMI) under license to Dais Records and published by Miss Jackie Songs (BMI)
Credits not included with the download file. Taken from the Home Aged And The 18 Month Hope vinyl edition.
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