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tony conrad - Four Violins
Back in stock. In 1962 Tony Conrad’s amplified strings introduced the sustained drone of just-intonation into “minimal” music. Conrad, together with John Cale, Angus Maclise, La Monte Young, and Marian Zazeela formed a performance collaboration from 1962-65 sometimes known as the Dream Syndicate. When this remarkable group dissolved in 1966, their many rehearsal and performance recordigns were stored away by Young and Zazeela, and remain unheard to this day. Conrad himself stepped outside of the dream syndicate once: on december 19th 1964, he recorded four violins, his only 1960s solo tape of violin playing. Beautifully packaged in a gatefold jacket with metallic inks, and pressed on superior grade vinyl - this is another Table Of The Elements must-own edition, a piece of recorded music history preserved for posterity in unique, sublime packaging. Amazing.