2014 Alga Marghen "Art Gallery" white vinyl re-re-edition of Palestine's fames 1973 Sonnabend Gallery LP / performance, issued in a gatefold sleeve which is "silkscreened in one color and presents the original score from 1970."
For the second time in 20 years, Palestine and Z'ev are performing together, and this is the first time they've recorded it! Unreleased material from Charlemagne's lair, a place now called Charleworld, where both fellows spent 3 days in June 2010. Part of the Sub Rosa/Laboratoire Central sessions.
Two Electronic Sonorities LP includes 2 seminal electronic music radical realizations by Charlemagne Palestine: "Crwon Chan 1&2 + 3&4' subtitled "Gus Salomon Dance Concert '70' a continuous, ever-moving, ever-changing sound-form produced with simple sine tone generators, moog and arps, intended to create a texture for the Gus Solomons (a choreographer at New York University and Merce Cunningham associate) new dance work. Second side is sublime late 60's electronic work inspired by Michelangelo Antonioni seminal movie 'L'Avventura'.
'includes 2 seminal electronic music radical realizations by Charlemagne Palestine, or 'Relationship Study No. 1' (1967) and the generally titled 'Electronic' from the same year. Sounds in motion like race cars, motor cycles, war planes, rocket ships excited Charlemagne sonic imagination when we was still a young teenager. Then came the experience of listening to the electronic music of Tod Dockstader, Alwyn Nikolais, Pierre Henry and Pierre Schaffer, Xenakis and