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|A||–George Maciunas||Seattle Interview 1977
Interviewer – William Woods
|B||–Henning Christiansen||"Symphony Natura" Op. 170
Performer [In Collaboration With] – Lorenzo Mammi
|C||–Robert Filliou||Whispered History Of Art
Recorded By – Ondine Fiore
|D||–Milan Knižák*||Bossanova Suite
Performer [2 Record Players Playing Destroyed Music, 2 Taperecorders With Tapes Of Older Pieces], Synthesizer , Piano, Voice – Milan Knižák*
|E||–Takehisa Kosugi||August 14, 1991
Tape [Pre-recorded Environmental Sounds (birds) In The City Of Ferrara, Italy], Noises [Live Broadcasting Sound On W-cbs Radio, New York], Performer [A Plastic Bottle In Which A Small Microphone Is Installed For Pick Up Voice & Other Sounds], Electronics [Audio Generator], Effects [Time-delay Machine, Pitch Shifter] – Takehisa Kosugi
|F||–Joe Jones||Solar Music Hot House||31:00|
|G||–Wolf Vostell||Le Cri Part 1||30:00|
|H||–Wolf Vostell||Le Cri Part 2||30:00|
|I1||–Al Hansen||Car Bibbe||5:40|
|I2||–Al Hansen||Balloni Brothers Balloon Work||9:30|
|I3||–Al Hansen||Joseph Beuys Stuka Bomber Piece||10:10|
|J1||–Al Hansen||The Futuristic Chattanooga Choo Choo In The Mongolian Desert
Music By [Music Mix] – Jürgen TurjePerformer – Al Hansen, Janet Kramer
|J2||–Al Hansen||I Opened The Top Button Of Her Jeans And Zipped Her Zipper Down
Musician – Anonymous
|J3||–Al Hansen||Intermedia L.A. Roadside Streetwise Poetry||3:52|
|J4||–Al Hansen||Venus Rap||9:50|
|K||–Paul Sharits||The Existential Anguish Symphony
Conductor – Chen HanPerformer – Paul Sharits
|L1||–Larry Miller||Accord (Selections From The 2nd And 4th Movement)
Instruments [Instrumentalists] – Alfred van den Heuvel, Louwrien Wijers, Lárus Grimsson, Michael Waisvisz*Translated By – Josine van Droffelaar
|Pour Fluxus (1960-1967-1968)||12:37|
|L2c||–Marcel Alocco||Six Evenements À Consomner Sur Place|
|L3||–Albrecht/d.||Two Lines -Excerpt-||9:00|
|M1||–Alison Knowles||A Nivea Cream Piece For Oscar (Emmett) Williams
Performer – Alison Knowles, Ingrid Dinter
|M2||–Robert Watts||String Record Composition||5:45|
|M3||–Eric Andersen||Untactics Of Music
Brass – Harmonie Des CascadesConductor – Laurent BretonProducer – Luis Brosseau
|M4||–Carolee Schneemann||Mother Lexicon
Performer – Carolee Schneemann, Larry Miller, Laurence Warshaw, Mark Daniëls
|M5||–Jean Dupuy||Elle Aimait Bien Les Frites, Marguerite
Performer – Jana Haimsohn, Olga Adofno*
|M6||–Ben Vautier||Telephone Concerto
Voice [Conversation] – Ben*, Jan Van Toorn
|N1||–Ken Friedman||Melon Medley||3:00|
|N2||–Richard Maxfield||Pastoral Symphony||3:40|
|N3||–Dick Higgins||In Memoriam||8:00|
|N4||–Dick Higgins||Omnia Gallia||4:50|
|N5||–Mieko Shiomi||A Celestial Tune By 108 Glass Marbles||5:45|
|N6||–Gustav Metzger||On The "Festival Of Misfits"||5:45|
|N7||–Emmett Williams||Meditation No. 1
Recorded By – Jürgen O. Olbrich
|O||–Bob Lens||Vacuum Cleaners
Edited By – Bob Lens, Hans VandenburgPerformer [Contributions From] – Alain Gibertie, Anne-Marie Hui-Bon-Hoa, Ben Vautier, Boris Nieslony, Charles Dreyfus, Cora Crane, Daan van Golden, Diana van Golden, Dick Higgins, Frau Julius, Gerrit-Jan de Rook*, Henning Christiansen, Ivanna, Jackson Mac Low, Jan Hoedt, Jann Brouer, Ken Friedman, Madame Christo, Martha Wilson, Max Schmalz, Michel Collet (3), Michel Giroud, Miko Shiomi*, Milan Knizak*, Milko Pavlov, Valentine Verhaeghe, Wolfgang Hainke
|P||–Bob Lens||Alarm Clocks
Edited By – Bob Lens, Hans Vandenburg
- Edited By – Jan Van Toorn
Side A recorded at KRAB Radio, Seattle, Washington, September 1977.
Side B recorded at the Roma Zoo, October 1985 in collaboration with Lorenzo Mammi, Roma.
Side C recorded in mono at New Wilderness Studio, New York by Ondine Fiore, December 1977.
Side D recorded at Radio Vienna, Austria, 1990.
Side E recorded in the artist's former apartment in New York City.
Side F recorded in Linz (Austria) for "Ars Electronica Festival" 1988.
Sides G & H recorded at Gallerie Lavignes, Bastille, Paris, France, 1990.
Track I1 recorded at Bonn Kunstverein Fluxus performance festival 1989.
Track I3 recorded at Galerie Kolon in 1989.
Side K recorded at Big Orbit Gallery, Buffalo on November 9, 1991.
Track L3 recorded on 27-12-1991 Stuttgart.
Track M1 recorded in New York 1991.
Track M3 is an excerpt from a 5 hour performance recorded in the streets of Quebec City during the "Day of the music" by United Nations on October 1, 1988.
Track M5 recorded at Judson Church, New York 1977.
Track M6 recorded during a phone conversation between Ben & Jan van Toorn, December 15, 1994.
Track N6 recorded October 11th 1992 in 's-Hertogenbosch.
Track N7 recorded live on September 9, 1994 during the opening of Ay-O's 'Hanging Pieces' exhibition at Kasseler Kunstverein, Museum Fridericianum Kassel.
All tracks previously unreleased, except M1 and N2.