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Le Forte Four / Doo-Dooettes - Lafms Live At The Brand
Tracklist
A1Le Forte Four - Birth Of Largie Schrapnel
A2Le Forte Four - The Very First Song I Ever Wrote
A3Le Forte Four - M-M-M
A4Le Forte Four - Keep That Point Up
A5Le Forte Four - 4,000 Holes In Blackburn, Lancashire
A6Le Forte Four - Telethon Returns
A7Le Forte Four - From The 12 Pages
A8Le Forte Four - Tree Shredding Blues
A9Le Forte Four - Do The Crow
A10Le Forte Four - Balanced Comfort
A11Le Forte Four - Telethon Returns
A12Le Forte Four - Internal Cb Breakage
A13Le Forte Four - Good Friday Tape Dumb Session #1
B1Le Forte Four - Reel World
B2Le Forte Four - Columbia-Princeton Low Priority Soybean Meal
B3Le Forte Four - Telethon Returns
B4Le Forte Four - Down The Congo In A Backward Canoe
B5Le Forte Four - Telethon Returns Continues
B6Le Forte Four - Welcome To 35 South Raymond
B7Le Forte Four - Darker Scratcher
B8Le Forte Four - Diaramma I
B9Le Forte Four - Diaramma Ii
B10Le Forte Four - Hhhmmm
B11Le Forte Four - Telethon Returns
B12Le Forte Four - Good Friday Tape Dumb Session Ii
B13Le Forte Four - Shoe Spot
B14Le Forte Four - Meet The Detectives
B15Le Forte Four - Simple Circus
C1Doo-Dooettes - Mojave
C2Doo-Dooettes - Silver Hours
C3Doo-Dooettes - Twenty-Four (24)
C4Doo-Dooettes - Children Undressing Animals (Part One)
D1Doo-Dooettes - Children Undressing Animals (Part Two)
D2Fredrik Nilsen - Green

Lafms Live At The Brand

Etats-Unis | Item No: 906055
Vinyl 2LP | 1976 / US – Reissue | New
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Item Description
Los Angeles Free Music Society (lafms) formed in the mid-1970s as a loose-knit experimental music collective and multimedia publishing vehicle. Founded by teenage Le Forte Four members Chip Chapman, Joe Potts and Rick Potts and soon joined by Tom Recchion of Doo-Dooettes, Lafms incorporated free improvisation, modular synthesizers, tape music, sampling, musique concrète, homemade instruments, noise, mail art and avant-rock in permissive and anarchic sessions at the Raymond Building and Poo-Bah Record Shop in old Pasadena. Inspired by The Residents, Lafms self-released records and periodicals, organized performances and connected with fellow outsiders via post in the years before punk. Their uninhibited, egalitarian ideal of music-making and DIY distribution would influence generations of underground musicians. Live At The Brand documents the second performance of newly formed Lafms core groups Le Forte Four and Doo-Dooettes on July 8, 1976 at the recital hall of the Brand Library in Glendale. Le Forte Four (now joined by Tom Potts) did not actually perform live, but rather created 44 pyramid-shaped headphone helmets with internal quadraphonic speakers and countless wires in order to share their latest tape assemblages with showgoers deprived of sight. The recordings delivered in this Fluxus-inspired manner feature the Buchla synthesizer at nearby CalArts, radio interpolations, group improvisations, addled outbursts and splices from source material lost to time. Doo-Dooettes – Tom Recchion, Harold Schroeder, Juan Gomez, Dennis Duck and Fredrik Nilsen – performed a series of alternately droning and chaotic duets with guitar, percussion, piano, tape loops and synthesizer, all improvised around loosely structured compositions and culminating in a spontaneous group composition at the end of the program. Originally released in 1976, the double LP would be Lafms' third release. This first-time vinyl reissue is limited to 500 numbered copies. Comes with inserts.
Item Details
Item No:906055
Artist:Le Forte Four / Doo-Dooettes
Titel:Lafms Live At The Brand
Label:Etats-Unis
Katalog-Nr:ETAT17
Format:Vinyl 2LP, Vinyl, LP
Pressing:US – Reissue
Release Date:1976
Genre:Rock & Indie, Electronic & Dance
Style:Indierock | Alternative, Downbeat | Electronica | Leftfield
Available since:18.01.2023
Condition:New
Price:40,99 €
Weight:500g (plus 250g Packaging)
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