An absolutely essential extension to the late Lindsay Cooper's discography, 2 CDs collecting rare works from projects and groups including recordings with Alfred Harth, Phil Minton, Robert Wyatt, David Thomas, Connie Bauer, Fred Frith, Chris Cutler, &c. &c.
Label: Recommended Records
Catalog ID: ReRLC2/3
Squidco Product Code: 19828
Format: 2 CDs
Country: Great Britain
Packaging: Jewel Tray 2-CD case with swinging tray.
I. OUTTAKES FOR OTHER OCCASIONS : recorded in London between 1979-84.
II. THE SMALL SCREEN, MUSIC FOR TELEVISION : Recorded at Wave Studios. Green Flutes in March 1983, Four Corners in March and August 1984, Domestic Bliss in June 1984 and With Our Children in September 1984.
III. LINDSAY COOPER and ORCHESTRA : Recorded at the Angelica Festival, Bologna, in 1992.
IV. A BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO NOMANSLAND : Recorded an engineered at Trio Studio, Frankfurt/Main in March 1987.
TRIO TRABANT : Recorded at Festival Music in the Ancienne Laiterie, Strasbourg, on October 4, 1991. Mastered by Alfred 23 Harth at Laubhuette Studio Moonsun, Korea.
Track 2-7 : Recorded at Kaleidophon in April 1979 fr the film 'Song Of The Shirt'.
Track 2-8 : Recorded and engineered at Cold Storage, Brixton, between October 29 and 31, 1984.
Track 2-9 : Recorded live at Roulette, New York, on 13 November 1985
Track 2-10 : concert recorded at Hirschwirtrestaurant in Erding, Germany on December 11, 1982. Originally released on the LP Winter Comes Home, Re Records (Re dtlp) 1983.
Track 2-11 : Recorded at Cold Storage, Brixton by Bill Gilonis in April 1984.
Lindsay Cooper-composer, bass guitar, bassoon, piano, oboe, sopranino saxophone, alto saxophone
Alfred Harth-alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, clarinet, trumpet, trombone, piano, synthesizer, organ, Melodica, bass clarinet
Georgie Born-cello, bass guitar, voice
Irita Kutchmy-flute, saxophone, piccolo flute
Kate Westbrook-horn, vocals
Bill Gilonis-bass guitar
Celia Gore Booth-saw
Elvira Plenar-synthesizer, piano
Phil Minton-trumpet, voice
Ann-Marie Roelofs-violin, trombone
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I. Outtakes for Other Occasions:
1. Tsar's Band 0:44
2. The Assassination 1:33
3. The Evening Before 1:51
4. Give us a Smile: film score 3:05
5. Washing Line 0:36
6. Against the Current:film score 3:08
7. The Time of their Lives: curtain music 1:22
8. Trih's Song 1:17
II. The Small Screen. Music for Television.
9. The Song of the Goose and the Common 1:34
10. Off the Fence 1:20
11. Fair Exchange 1:59
12. Windscale 0:47
13. The Number 8 Bus 1:23
14. Belfast 2:08
15. Fanfare 0:39
16. Flute Tune 1:16
17. Priesthill 0:49
18. Domestic Bliss: end Credits 2:37
19. Court Entry 0:57
20. Lord Wilberforce 1:02
21. Home Movies 1 1:12
22. Open Letters 2:30
23. Linda B 1:05
24. Home Movies 2 2:51
25. Three Heads 1:14
26. Julia: end Credits 3:16
III. Lindsay Cooper and Orchestra
27. Extract from Concerto Per Sax Sopranino e Archi 5:07
IV. A Classic Guide to Nomansland
28. In the Archive 0:40
29. Mainz 1:55
30. Paulskirche 2:22CD 2:
Trio Trabant (Lindsay Cooper, Alfred 23 Harth, Phil Minton)
1. Le Detroit 6:49
2. De Breede en de Smalle Weg 4:41
3. Le Cadran Bleu 3 5:38
4. State of Retrograd 4:43
5. Vigilanz 3:46
6. Le Cadran Bleu 5 8:02
7. Pictures from the Great Exhibition 8:08
8. In the Dark Year 3:48
9. Piano Roulette. Solo Piano 11:24
David Thomas and the Pedestrians
10. Petrified 9:49
11. Education 3:42
sample the album:
"This double CD set collects together, amongst other things, all of "Outtakes for Other Occasions" and "The Small Screen", both of which were never commercially released, all four pieces from "The Classic Guide to NoMansLand", the subscription 7" "Pictures from the Great Exhibition" collage, an extract from the "Concerto for Sopranino Saxophone and Orchestra", an amazing, unreleased, live recording of Trio Trabant with Alfred Harth and Phil Minton, Education sung by Sally Potter, In the Dark Year, sung by Robert Wyatt, material from the with David Thomas and - the really great discovery - a really extraordinary solo piano performance recorded at Roulette in 1985. Comes with a substantial memorial booklet with newly discovered photographs, and texts by Sally Potter, Tim Hodgkinson, David Thomas and Kate Westbrook."-Recommended Records