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1 - JACK RUBY - HIT & RUN/BAD TEETH - (7") 
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1974 unissued proto-punk-noise demos from a so-far unknown NYC act. The Stooges were an obvious influence, but Captain Beefheart too, among many other non-comformist things. Following the late discoveries of Rocket From The Tombs, Electric Eels, Simply Saucer... another missing piece in the puzzle of punk rock is finally uncovered. This early line-up of the band included No Wave artist Boris Policeband and future writer Randy Cohen (who worked for David Letterman and the New York Times among other things).

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Format: 7"

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 15-11-2011
Référence : 424843     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 9,75 EUR



2 - JACK RUBY - JACK RUBY VOL. 2 - (LP) 
FEEDING TUBE


"When DON FLEMING was doing the initial transfers of the tapes we'd gotten retrieved from RANDY COHENs barn, every evening seemed to bring a new surprise. But nothing was a bigger jawdropper than the material which makes up the second LP of our JACK RUBY archival series. The central core of the album is the sixteen-and-a-half minute track, 'Destroy/Lost,' recorded at the band's rehearsal space in January '74. ROBIN HALL vocalizes and BORIS plays electric viola, but the bulk of the piece is screaming analog synth weirdness from Randy Cohen's Serge Synthesizer. According to Robin, the track was recorded in hopes that it might be pared down to a single. Hard to imagine how the hell it might've been done (or in what universe), but it is a masterpiece of long-format insanity-with Boris and Robin providing a context for the massive gallumping of the Serge. Additional players appear on some of the shorter tracks. The rest is the product of Randy's whacked-out compositional notions and his mastery of the Serge's patch-cords. Some of the material was recorded pre-JACK RUBY at Cal Arts (where Randy and Boris first met). The rest was from a performance in New York in early '74. Heard as a whole, it is a bizarrely shaped piece of the pre-punk/free-form puzzle that was Jack Ruby. Buckle up. It's going to be a bumpy ride."-Byron Coley. Includes download card..


Format: LP

Disc Quantity: 1
Date: 02-09-2014
Référence : 468028     
Disponibilité: 2/3 SEMAINES
Prix : 28,25 EUR



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