Tracklist Hide Credits
|Source Records 1 And 2|
|1-1||–Robert Ashley||The Wolfman
Electronics – Gordon MummaVocals – Robert Ashley
|1-2||–David Behrman||Wave Train
Electronics – David Behrman, Gordon MummaRecorded By – Joseph Romanowsky*
Electronics – Larry AustinPiano [Electronically Prepared] – David Tudor
|1-4||–Allan Bryant||Pitch Out
Electronics, Recorded By – Allan BryantGuitar – Barbara Bryant, Carol Plantamura, Frederic Rzewski
|Source Records 3 And 4|
|2-1||–Alvin Lucier||I Am Sitting In A Room
Recorded By – Lucier*Voice [Speaker], Electronics – Alvin Lucier
Engineer – Jack May (3)
Performer [Realized By] – Jeff Karl, Ken Horton, Kurt Bischoff
|2-5||–Stanley Lunetta||Moosack Machine||15:10|
|Source Records 5 And 6|
|3-1||–Lowell Cross||Video II (B)/(C)/(L)
Performer [Realized By] – Lowell Cross
|3-2||–Arrigo Lora-Totino||English Phonemes
Recorded By – Ola KejvingVoice [Realized By] – Christina Curiale, Kim Loughran
|3-3||–Alvin Curran||Magic Carpet
Recorded By – Curran*
|3-4||–Annea Lockwood||Tiger Balm||10:26|
- Design – Matt Schickele
- Edited By – Rudolph De Grood (tracks: 2-1, 2-3, 3-1 to 3-4)
- Engineer – Rudolph De Grood (tracks: 2-1 to 3-4), Rusty Paine (tracks: 1-1 to 1-4)
- Liner Notes – Larry Austin
- Mastered By – David Rosenblad
- Recorded By – Rudolph De Grood (tracks: 1-1, 1-3, 2-3)
- Reissue Producer – Al Margolis, Larry Austin
Mastered at DRM Productions, Dallas, TX.
Comes with 20-page booklet.
"Most of the original tape masters for the records, after over forty years, have vanished or have seriously deteriorated; hence, we have carefully transferred, noise-reduced, and crackle-removed all the actual LP record tracks to the digital medium, then mastered to the compact disc format for this reissue: the result is an authentic recreation of the original LP, characteristic sound."
<i>The Wolfman</i> (1964), performed in concert at the First Festival of Live-Electronic Music, 1967, University of California, Davis and engineered in Columbia Recording Studios, New York.
<i>Wave Train</i> (1966), performed in concert at the Center of the Creative and Performing Arts, Buffalo, New York, 1968 and engineered in Columbia Recording Studios, New York.
<i>Accidents</i> (1967), recorded at the University of California, Davis, 1968 and engineered in Columbia Recording Studios, New York.
<i>Pitch Out</i> (1967), performed in the studio of Musica Elettronica Viva, Rome, 1968 and engineered in Columbia Recording Studios, New York.
<i>I Am Sitting In A Room</i> (1970), realized in Middletown, Connecticut.
<i>Velox</i> (1970), realized on the PDP-10 computer with final electronic processing on the Moog Synthesizer.
<i>Phlegethon</i> (1970), realized at University of California, Davis.
<i>Caritas</i> (1971), realized on the PDP-10 computer with final electronic processing on the Buchla Electronic Music System.
<i>moosak machine</i> (1971), realized with the composer's analog/digital computer music system.
<i>Video II (B)/(C)/(L)</i> (1965), realized at the University of Toronto Electronic Music Studio.
<i>english phonemes</i> (1971), realized at the studios of Sveriges Radio, Stockholm.
<i>Magic Carpet</i> (1971), recorded at the Gallery Arco D'Alibert, Rome, Italy.
<i>Tiger Balm</i> (1971), realized at Tangent Studio, and at the Electronic Music Studio, University of London, Goldsmith College.
Source Records 1 and 2 originally issued with Source Magazine Vol. 2, No. 2, Issue 4, July 1968.
Source Records 3 and 4 originally issued with Source Magazine Vol. 4, No. 1, Issue 7/8, July 1970.
Source Records 5 and 6 originally issued with Source Magazine Vol. 5, No. 1, Issue 9, 1971.
The copyright on the discs is 2008, but this was not released until 2009.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Text): 7 60342 10502 2
- Barcode (String): 760342105022