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Above Islands / Dan Machlin & Serena Jost (IACD03 - February 2002)
 


      Now let the cycle sweep us here and there.

            —H.D., "Sigil"


The Work:
1. So If You Love Me [2:05]†
2. Serman [0:48]
3. Last Time [3:44]
4. Thought [0:55]
5. If We Agree [2:56]
6. Jam [2:47]
7. Until [0:53]
8. Oh You Clouds [3:43]†
9. Story [6:49]
10. Water [6:48]
11. Maybe [2:27]
12. Thing [6:03]
13. World Is Green [1:58]
14. Cold [2:53]
15. Instrumental 13 [2:06]
†Texts of "Oh You Clouds" and "So If You Love Me" are adapted from "Calypso [section II]" and "Sigil [section XV] by H.D. Doolittle, from Collected Poems, 1912-1944, copyright © 1982 by The Estate of Hilda Doolittle. Used by permission of New Directions Publishing Corp.
All other music and words by Dan Machlin & Serena Jost.
Performed by Dan Machlin: voice, guitars, Wurlitzer, string machine, Casio, accordion; and Serena Jost: voice, cello, Wurlitzer.

Recorded: Monhegan Island, Maine and Brooklyn, NY 2001-2002; post-production Immanent Audio. Thanks to Garrett Kalleberg, Todd Horton, Cassis, Lance Angelus, Rebecca Tuggle, and Sean Killian for their encouragement, hard work and support. Thanks also to Hudson Studio.

Above Islands is available direct from Immanent Audio for $10.

Immanent Audio 80 Skillman Ave., 2nd fl., Brooklyn, NY 11211, www.morningred.com
Copyright © 2002 Immanent Audio. ISBN 0-9671945-2-0
Thousands / Laird Hunt (IACD02 - September 2001)

Recorded in New York, NY and Brooklyn NY from 1999-2001, Laird Hunt reads from his Thousandsand The Paris Stories.

Laird Hunt is the author of Thousands (Sugarbooks, 1997), The Paris Stories (Small Sicknesses of Love) (Smokeproof Press, 2000), and The Impossibly (Coffee House Press, 2001; The Impossibly is being serialized at Fence Magazine).

Cover art: Walter Sipser, Wreck, ink on paper, 2001.

The Work:
1. Styx. [1:04]
2. Acteon. [0:50]
3. Olympos. [0:45]
4. Poseidon II. [0:17]
5. Mars. [0:13]
6. The Marquis sans tête. [1:19]
7. Farm Story. [1:15]
8. Cities and Flame. [0:32]
9. From Hydriotaphia (Sir Thomas Browne). [0:54]
10. The Fifth Legend. [0:45]
11. Kyoto (from The Paris Stories). [3:03]†
12. On Doors. [3:31]
13. Aurelius. [0:39]
14. The Protagonist. [0:54]
15. The Red Wheelbarrow. [0:16]
16. Ark. [1:46]
17. The Light of the World. [0:31]
18. Oranges (from The Paris Stories). [0:24]†
19. The Trial. [0:11]
20. XXX. [0:51]
21. The Killers. [0:26]
22. The Odditorium. [1:17]
23. The Blue Geisha (from The Paris Stories). [1:48]†
24. Hansel and Gretel. [0:34]
25. Lux (Swahili). Translated and read by John Nyamu. [0:12]
26. Lux (French). Translated by Isabelle Pelissier. Read by Alexandra Duguay. [0:13]
27. Lux (Mandarin). Translated and read by Zhang Er. [0:17]
28. Lux (German). Translated and read by Serena Jost. [0:11]
29. Lux (English). [0:11]
30. Bede. [1:29]
31. The Visible City (from The Paris Stories). [1:49]†
A selection of Laird Hunt's Thousands was published by Sugarbooks, New York, NY 1997, and alyricmailer, Buffalo, NY 1998.
†tracks, from The Paris Stories, Smokeproof Press, Boulder, CO, 2000.
Recorded New York, NY or Brooklyn, NY 1999-2001; post production Immanent Audio.
Cover art by Walter Sipser, Wreck, ink on paper, 2000.

Thousands is available direct from Immanent Audio for $10.

Immanent Audio 80 Skillman Ave., 2nd fl., Brooklyn, NY 11211, www.morningred.com
Copyright © 2001 Laird Hunt. ISBN 0-9671945-1-2
Snake Hiss / A Transcendental Friend Audio Project (IACD01 - March 1999)
Work from the contributors to The Transcendental Friend, towards a poetimusicology.

The Transcendental Friend was started in March 1998. This is our first compilation CD.
The Work:
1. Alan Gilbert & Garrett Kalleberg, Pharmacality. With Antonin Artaud, Roger Blin & Jacques Derrida. Concocted at Immanent Audio, March 1999. [1:27]
2. Lisa Jarnot, Armadillo. Recorded in Queens, NY, February 21, 1999. [1:28]†
3. Marcella Durand, Hunt. Mixed by Edmund Berrigan and Will Yaculik. [1:45]†
4. Jonathan Skinner, Ghrasim Luca’s 15 Min. Meta-physical. Translated from the French by Jonathan Skinner. Recorded in Buffalo, NY, February 1999. [2:33]†
5. Duncan Dobbelmann, Paul Van Ostaijen’s Sur les Ponts de Paris. Van Ostaijen’s poem, from Occupied City (1920), was translated from the Dutch by Duncan Dobbelmann. Recorded March 4, 1999, NY, NY. [3:20]†
6. Daniel Machlin & Serena Jost, 14 Days, 30 Seconds. February 1999. Voice, cello, keyboard, bass, acoustic and slide guitar, and various household paraphernalia. Sherwood Anderson quote from Winesburg Ohio, The Book of the Grotesque. (New York: Modern Library, 1919). [8:41]
7. Jen Hofer, What I Mean to Say. Recorded on February 27, 1999, on the S. F. Bay Bridge driving East. The French band Komeda can be heard in the background. [2:21]
8. Jen Hofer, Good Directions. Recorded on February 27, 1999, on the Bay Bridge driving West. [1:07]
9. Laird Hunt, The Vair Palfrey, by Huon le Roi. Translated from Old French by Laird Hunt, with sound by G. Kalleberg. [5:31]†
10. Cole Swensen, Maestà. Cole Swensen’s Maestà is read by the author; the other voice is that of Elizabeth Wolf. Montage by G. Kalleberg. [2:21]
11. Jesse Glass, A Dream, by P. M. Deshong. Recorded in Fukuoka, Japan, February 1999. [4:19]†
12. Heather Fuller, stricken [from]. Recorded March 1, 1999, with John Trauma. [3:29]†
13. Anselm Berrigan, Fortune’s Drift. With Edmund Berrigan on guitar. Mixed by Will Yaculik. [1:55]
14. Heather Ramsdell & Garrett Kalleberg, Send in the Clown. Recorded March 1999, Brooklyn, NY. [3:42]
15. Laird Hunt & Garrett Kalleberg. If Fire Is. March 1999. [0:32]

†Appeared in The Transcendental Friend.
All tracks post production (mixes, hacks, cut & paste) Immanent Audio except where indicated.

Snake Hiss is available direct from Immanent Audio for $12.

Immanent Audio 80 Skillman Ave., 2nd fl., Brooklyn, NY 11211, www.morningred.com
Copyright © 1999 Morningred Dot Com. ISBN 0-9671945-0-4






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