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VariousAspen 5 + 6

Label:Roaring Fork Press – 5 + 6
5 x Flexi-disc, 8", 16 ⅔ RPM, 33 ⅓ RPM, Compilation
Genre:Electronic, Non-Music, Classical
Style:Interview, Monolog, Spoken Word, Experimental, Poetry


ASamuel BeckettText For Nothing #8
VoiceJack MacGowran
BNaum Gabo (2) / Noton PevsnerThe Realistic Manifesto
VoiceNaum Gabo (2)
CWilliam S. BurroughsNova Express (Excerpts)
DAlain Robbe-GrilletNow The Shadow Of The Southwest Column
EMorton FeldmanThe King Of Denmark
PercussionMax Neuhaus
FJohn CageFontana Mix-Feed, Nov. 6, 1967
ElectronicsMax Neuhaus
GMerce CunninghamSpace, Time And Dance
HMerce CunninghamFurther Thoughts
IMarcel DuchampThe Creative Act
VoiceMarcel Duchamp
J1Richard HuelsenbeckFour Poems From Phantastiche Gebete
J2Marcel DuchampSome Texts From À L'Infinitif
VoiceMarcel Duchamp



A including box with 1 book, 5 x 8" flexi disc, 1 reel of 8mm film, 8 boards and 10 printed data.
This double issue was guest edited by Brian O'Doherty.
Includes contents sheet; book with "The Death of the Author" by Roland Barthes, "Style and The Representation of Historical Time" by George Kubler, and "The Aesthetics of Silence" by Susan Sontag; 16-2/3 rpm flexi with Samuel Beckett (read by Jack MacGowran) and Naum Gabo / Noton Pevsner; 33-1/3 rpm flexi with Williams S. Burroughs and Alain Robbe-Grillet; Tony Smith "The Maze" [8 boards to be cut and assembled]; 33-1/3 rpm flexi with Morton Feldman and John Cage performed by Max Neuhaus; 33-1/3 rpm flexi with Merce Cunningham; 33-1/3 rpm flexi with Marcel Duchamp and Richard Huelsenbeck; printed data by Douglas Macagy, Michel Butor, Dan Graham, Sol Lewitt, Mel Bochner [including 7 loose translucent sheets], Brain O'Doherty, Tony Smith, and Alain Robbe-Grillet; scores by Morton Feldman and John Cage; a reel of b&w regular 8 [which is different from Super 8] film with Hans Richter "Rhythm 21" (1921), Laszlo Moholoy-Nagy "Lightplay: Black-White-Grey" (excerpt) (1932), Robert Morris / Stan VanDerBeek "Site" (excerpt) (1964), and Robert Rauschenberg "Linoleum" (excerpt) (1967); and folder of loose advertisements [Artforum, Bolex, A Checklist of Something Else Press publications now available, and John Cage Silence / A Year From Monday].
Contained in two-part white box with minimal printing.