Frederic Rzewski ‎– Attica / Coming Together / Les Moutons De Panurge

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Opus One ‎– Number 20
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A Coming Together
Alto Saxophone – Jon Gibson (2)Bass – Richard YoungsteinEngineer – Eddie KorvinPiano, Electric Piano – Frederic RzewskiProducer – Mike Sahl*Synthesizer – Alvin CurranText By – Sam MelvilleTrombone – Garrett ListVibraphone – Karl BergerViola – Joan KalischVoice [Speaker] – Steve Ben Israel
B1 Attica
Alto Saxophone – Jon Gibson (2)Bass – Richard YoungsteinEngineer – Jan RathbunPiano – Frederic RzewskiPiccolo Trumpet – Alvin CurranText By – Richard X. ClarkTrombone – Garrett ListVibraphone – Karl BergerViola – Joan KalischVoice [Speaker] – Steve Ben Israel
B2 Les Moutons De Panurge
Cowbell [Almglocken] – Garry KvistadEngineer – Steven OvitskyMarimba [Nabimba] – Richard KvistadPercussion – Blackearth Percussion GroupVibraphone, Glockenspiel – Christopher BraunXylophone – Anne Otte*

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A and B1 composed in 1972 and recorded April 20, 1973 at Blue Rock Studio in NYC.
B2 composed in 1969 and recorded at the University of Northern Illinois DeKalb, Illinois, May 10, 1973.

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  • Matrix / Runout: OPUS ONE # 20A (hand etched) SOUNDWAVE (stamped) EDP (stamped + circled)
  • Matrix / Runout: OPUS ONE # 20B (hand etched) SOUNDWAVE (stamped) EDP (stamped + circled)

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arsebucket

arsebucket

February 20, 2019
just wonderful, 'im in excellent physical and mental health' if only i was
sardine

sardine

October 16, 2018
Black Sweat Records is reissuing this Opus One release at the end of November 2018. I'm picking up a copy to compare to the original pressing.
sardine

sardine

February 4, 2016
edited over 5 years ago
While listening to Attica, I'm reading Steve Ben Israel's obituary. I get into his readings and the recorded sound is just so real. As Max would say, Opus One, special records for special people.