Ad

Release

Marketplace

7 For Sale from $10.42
Ad
Ad

Statistics

  • Have:41
  • Want:44
  • Avg Rating:4.75 / 5
  • Ratings:8
  • Last Sold:
  • Lowest:$6.00
  • Median:$13.19
  • Highest:$22.81

Videos (4)

Edit

Lists

    Contributors

    Ad

    Instant Coffee!Instant Coffee!

    Label:Planam – planam coffee
    Format:
    Vinyl, LP, Album, Limited Edition
    Country:Europe
    Released:
    Genre:Electronic, Jazz
    Style:Abstract, Experimental, Free Improvisation

    Tracklist

    A1Don't Buy Dope From Strangers6:23
    A2Clumsy Dumpster2:52
    A3Coming To With A Gag On12:08
    B1Dark Garage2:35
    B2Holy Pot, Holy Can7:48
    B3At Ypres More Than 300,000 Died; Killed More Efficiently Thanks To Improvements To Technology7:38
    Ad

    Credits

    • Bass, Electronics [Circuitry]Lisle Ellis
    • Mastered ByThomas Dimuzio
    • Performer [Rubber Band], Organ [Sidrassi Organs], Performer [Springs], Percussion [Electronic]Jason Willett
    • ProducerEmanuele Carcano
    • Synthesizer [V-synth], Synthesizer [Sh101], Effects [Mpx 500 Processor], Hihat, Cymbal [Junk], Gong [Junk], Goblet Drum [Darbuka], Flute [Crappy Flutes], Performer [Plastic Bag], Edited ByM.C. Schmidt*

    Notes

    LP with hand-printed front cover, limited to 380 copies. Packed in a cardboard sleeve, with a protective sleeve also made from the same paper, with inscription: "Instant Coffee! recommends taking good care of your new vinyl record; always slip it into this protective sleeve before putting it away."

    This music was improvised, lightly edited and in one case (Clumsy Dumpster) recombined. Recorded at home in Baltimore in 2009.

    cafe flap omen 2010 (planam coffee)

    Barcode and Other Identifiers

    • Matrix / Runout (Side A): INSTANT COFFEE! SIDE ONE
    • Matrix / Runout (Side B): INSTANT COFFEE! SIDE TWO

    Other Versions (1)View All

    Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
    New Submission
    Instant Coffee! (CDr, )Vague TerrainnoneUS2009

    Reviews

    HummingbirdFeeder's avatar
    it's not represented in the photo, but the copies all have individual coffee-cup ring-stains around the circular logo on the front cover, each hand-stained by Schmidt and Willett one-by-one as they drank successive cups of coffee in the back room of the old True Vine Record Shop over the course of 2010