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|A1||–Mac McCloud||A, Mac McCloud; B, Mac McCloud||3:15|
|A2||–Harold Schroeder||Silent Rituals
Effects – Tom RecchionGuitar – Juan GomezOboe [Mussette] – Dennis MehaffeySynthesizer, Guitar, Bass, Tape, Voice – Harold Schroeder
|A3||–Greg Neutra / J.D. Elliot||Grieg Fatigue||2:00|
|A4a||–Smegma||Rrose Selavy Will Wait For My Washing Machine, Even
Performer [Operator] – Brad*
|A4b||–Smegma||The Andalusian Dog Often Digs Into The Furniture With Onyx Fingers
Performer [Trane, Misc.] – D.K.
Jew's Harp [Jawharp] – Ju Suk Reet MeateVocals – Cheez-it-ritz, Cheezbro, The Kid (6), Reed Burns
|A6||–Fredrik Nilsen||You Can't Hide From Aldehyde
Performer [Assisted By] – Charles Saldombide*, Dave Nold, Juan Gomez
|A7||–Miles Forst||Art, Art, Art||0:45|
Tape – Dr. Id
Guitar – Ju Suk Reate Meate*Vocals – Pizza Rioux
|A10||–Doug Henry||View This Command As A Verbal Enactment Of A Command
Vocals – Gordon Shields
|A11||–Josie Roth||Heal, And Another Little Time||0:30|
|A12||–Joe Potts||I Don't Want To Go To The Farm||0:15|
|A14||–Smegma||Excerpt From: I'll Have Julie Nixon-Eisenhower For My Appetizer (Sour Lungs To My Surprise)
Performer – Chucko Fatts, Craig*, Ju Suk Reet Meate, The Kid (6), Whatever Woman
|A15||–Karen Kato||Xmas 1952||0:30|
|A16||–J.J. Allen Vargas||Victim Of Racism||1:30|
|A17||–Dennis Guy Mehaffey*||Busta Nosa||1:45|
|A18||–M/R/Zuniga||Vulnerability: Rape, Male Vs. Female||1:30|
|A19||–Mike Green (8)||Martin Heiddeger Revisited||0:15|
|A20a||–Mehaffey*||Introduction By Buckminster Fuller|
|A20b||–Mehaffey*||I Stumble/You Laugh
Guitar – Mr. FoonPercussion – Dennis Mehaffey
Dulcimer [Hammer], Bass, Clarinet – Ju Suk Reet MeateKoto, Clarinet [Metal] – Aimless (2)Performer [Flax] – Bard (2)Trombone, Tape [Toons], Violin – Dr. I.D.*
|B24||–Dan Weiss / P. Hamilton Ross||A Bicentennial Tribue To America's Freight Trains||1:00|
|B25||–Mr. Foon||Timeless #1||3:00|
|B26||–Bertil Petersson||Monologue To Henry VIII
Voice – M. Safford
|B27||–Amrein & Stoll||Untitled||0:30|
|B28||–Ace & Duce||Dogs Are Barking
Vocals, Guitar, Other [Woofs For Your Woofer] – The Reverend Toad Eater
|B29||–Irene Dogmatic / Rose Tatoo||Untitled
Performer [Instrumentals] – Earth TartanVocals – Rose Tatoo
|B30||–Gordon Shields||Cotton Duck, Up And Back||1:00|
|B31||–Gary Beydler||Record Stick||0:15|
|B32||–Tom Kemp (2)||Pasadena Subway Station Poetry Stills||3:30|
|B33||–Donald Spaulding||I Don't Want This To Happen||0:30|
|B34||–Janice Felger / Joan Hugo||One Minute Of Art News Update In 30 Seconds||0:30|
|B37||–Jim Abuan / Peter Muzzey||Why Does Love Have To Be So Sad?
Arranged By, Vocals – Jim Abuan, Peter MuzzeyLyrics By – Ron S. Budd
|B38||–Juan Gomez||This Is My Country
Piano – Unknown ArtistVocals, Wind Chimes [Chimes], Tom Tom [Hand Tom-toms] – Mrs. Crawfords First Grade Class
|B40||–Kathe Schreyer||Don't Make Me Laugh
Engineer – Arthur Barrow
|B41||–Mary Dana Chodzko||Patty Smith By Mary Dana Chodzko||1:45|
|B42||–Gary Laskin||Have Sex With Rex||3:30|
|B44a||–Le Forte Four||Discarded Portion Of The Soundtrack For Rick's Film "Burger Madness"
Performer [Boop-o-graph] – Joe Potts
|B44b||–Le Forte Four||From "The Origin Of Largie Schrapnel"
Percussion [Trashcan Timpanies], Bass, Piano, Voice [Phoney Accents] – Rick Potts
|B44c||–Le Forte Four||I Haven't Heard You For A Long Time…
Recorded By [On Cb Channel 19] – Chip Chapman
|B44d||–Le Forte Four||Fat Ape
Vocals [Distorted], Electronics [Mexican Radio] – Tom Potts
Paste-on full color cover with three inserts: pink sheet with track listing, dating application and certificate of achievement with gold sticker. The last two are related to B42 and are stapled together.
A6 - (an L.A.F.M.S. sanctioned recording).
A18 - 1st Voice (Body)- "Go ahead break my heart" (street victim), 2nd Voice (Soul) - "Not another rapist, Ohh" (prostitute), 3rd voice (Mind) - "Raping my mind" (Patty Hearst imitation).
A19 - dedicated to Molly.
A20b - recorded at Valley Forge Camp Ground 4-18-76. From the album "Massive Movement and the Two Dollar Chair", FOST-1001.
B25 - recorded at Foon Manor Studios 4-21-76
B26 - produced at KPFK Radio, Dec. '75
B28 - recorded 1975
B32 - recorded at the Pasadena Subway Station, August 12, 1972
B37 - Dedicated to Illene, Carol, Donna, Roberta, (maybe Karen), from Jim. "It's like taking that one step instead of getting ahead of yourself by being in an area where the technical stuff makes the demands."
B40 - recorded at Barrowmount Studios
B42 - University of Oklahoma, BFA; Otis Art Institute, MFA. Gary Laskin is an intellectual artist, for some reason he got his BFA at University of Oklahoma and his MFA at Otis. See enclosure.
B44b - Ecerpt from Largies theme song, for a film starring the mechanical scrap-pile monster.
B44c - recorded at "loud mouth" Dunn's CB shop in El Monte during a rare visit to Chip's old work.
I.D. Art was produced by the L.A. Free Music Society and totally funded by the artists represented herein.
Special thanks to Smegma, Dennis Mehaffey and Dave Gold