Dinosaur L ‎– 24→24 Music

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Sleeping Bag Records ‎– TLX-0
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Vinyl, LP
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A1 #1 (You're Gonna Be Clean On Your Bean)
Producer – Peter Gordon
A2 #5 (Go Bang!)
A3 #2 (No, Thank You)
A4 #7
Congas – Mustafa AhmedDrums – Jeff BermanGuitar – Larry Saltzman
B1 #3 (In The Corn Belt)
B2 #6 (Get Set)

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Recorded June 9, 1979 at Blank Tapes, NYC, except #7 recorded live at 'The Kitchen' April 28, 1979.
Original first pressing with hand-silk-screened jacket.
Etched on the A side run-off groove: NO, THANK YOU
Etched on the B side run-off groove: INTERVAL

Other repress still "in print" and "quasi-legitimate" from a licensing point of view and pressed from proper source tapes nonetheless.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Matrix / Runout (A): TLX-1-O-A
  • Matrix / Runout (B): TLX-1-X-2A
  • Other (A): NO, THANK YOU
  • Other (B): INTERVAL
  • Other (A & B): EDP

Other Versions (5 of 10) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
TLX-0 Dinosaur L 24→24 Music(LP, Album, RE) Sleeping Bag Records TLX-0 US Unknown Sell This Version
DEMREC365 Dinosaur L 24 - 24 Music(LP) Demon Records DEMREC365 UK 2019 Sell This Version
TEG-76530-2 Dinosaur L 24→24 Music(CD, Album, RE) Traffic Entertainment Group, Sleeping Bag Records TEG-76530-2 US 2007 Sell This Version
TEG 76530-1 Dinosaur L 24→24 Music(2x12", Album, RE) Traffic Entertainment Group TEG 76530-1 US 2007 Sell This Version
TEG 76530-1 Dinosaur L 24→24 Music(2xLP, RE) Traffic Entertainment Group TEG 76530-1 US 2015 Sell This Version

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BeatyDNA

BeatyDNA

January 7, 2019
My copy has a silk-screened front and back cover, much like Arthur's Tower of Meaning was silk-screened.
rongwrong

rongwrong

August 29, 2018
some copies of this have the back cover glued upside down. should they be entered in the database as a different version? some people say they identify the 1st pressing, but the copy I bought the year of release or so had the back cover straight - and came with a large sticker pasted over frot cover.
Also, there seem to be colo variations in the silkscreen ink used (grey - green - white?)
Easyholic

Easyholic

October 30, 2017

This record is so weird in a wonderful way... :-D
onelittle

onelittle

January 17, 2006
edited over 15 years ago

The title is a nod to the improvised nature of the recordings - Arthur Russell arranged the tracks so the rhythm would change every 24 bars.
genet

genet

March 28, 2004
Once again, Arthur Russell made a crypto-house/disco that makes almost no sense-but Larry Levan caned this record at the Paradise Garage. Levan was always driven by 'disco' that didn't quite make sense, and thus his love of Russell's extraordinary records.