Concert and studio recordings of peace music organised by John Stevens for himself and Trevor Watts with numerous workshop musicians and audience people on saxophones, percussion and voices mostly contributing a flexible drone.
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"Concert and studio recordings of peace music organised by John Stevens for himself and Trevor Watts with numerous workshop musicians and audience people on saxophones, percussion and voices mostly contributing a flexible drone. Only Stevens could have organised music as outrageous as this - must be heard to be believed. Reissue of the major work of A 001 with an additional similar piece."-Emanem
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Catalog ID: 4023
Squidco Product Code: 18402
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Jewel tray, not sealed.
Analogue recordings made in London by Bob Brown at The Crypt on May 20th, 1970 and by Geoff Green in a studio on January 23rd, 1970.
John Stevens-percussion, voice
Trevor Watts-soprano saxophone, voice
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2. Peace Music 27:51