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new poems / thurston moore
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Pre-Order Now / Available in-store & on-line on 11 October 2016

First Edition, Signed by Heylin/ Paperback / 304 pages. Route Books, UK (Import)

‘Judas, the most hated name in human history! If you think you’ve been called a bad name, try to work your way out from under that. Yeah, and for what? For playing an electric guitar?’ – Bob Dylan

In 1966 There Was… the sell-out tour to end all tours. Bob Dylan and The Hawks found themselves at the epicenter of a storm of controversy. Their response? To unleash a cavalcade of ferocity from Melbourne to Manchester, from Forest Hills to the Free Trade Hall. For the first time, the full story can now be told from eye-witnesses galore; from timely reports, both mile wide and spot on; and from the participants themselves. And what better tour guide than Clinton Heylin, the esteemed Dylan biographer and one of the world’s leading rock historians. The price of admission? Thirty pieces of silver. The password? Play f***ing loud.

45 RPM , TT- 001 Tartown Record Company, undated (2001?) re-pressing.

Vinyl in mint condition while sleeve has minor edge-wear and a few creases. While we believe this to be the 2001 re-pressing, there was also an undated repressing that states that the recod actually plays at 33 RMP even though label states 45. Only your turntable will know.

ecstatic peace library / 2009 / signed by Thurston Moore & with the name-stamp of the late publisher Barney Rosset / one of 100 copies published on the occasion of the Brooklyn Book Festival, 2009 / Scarce
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A Complete Facsimile. Ecstatic Peace Library, 2016. ISBN: 978-0-9972850-5-5. Flexi-bound cover, Swiss-bound, 800 pages. Musics was published, from 1975 to 1979, by musicians and artists on the London scene of free improvisation, focusing on the most innovative participants of their generation.Musics was a blueprint for the interdisciplinary activities of sound art, field recording, free improvisation, live electronics, 20th century composition & audio culture. It came out six times a year and ran for twenty-three hand-assembled issues. The journal covered improvised and non-western music alongside performance art, reflecting the broad interests of the so-called “second generation” of London’s improvisers, and provided a convivial focus point. Overlapping with the london musicians’ collective (lmc), the publication first launched in Spring of 1975, with the tagline: an impromental experivisation arts magazine and a manifesto that proposed the destruction of artificial boundaries, and linked Free Jazz, the academic ministrations of John Cage, Cornelius Cardew and K. Stockhausen and indigenous and non-European music. Musics was significant in the discussion of traditional Asian instruments as paths of equal value for the performance of musics.

Headbangers Publishing / Pedro Winter / 2016 / 28 x 28 cm / 516 pages / softcover

Text by Iggor Cavalera / Limited to 500 copies / Patches worn by fans of metal and underground cultures

Something Else Press / 1969 / Cloth in dust-jacket / Signed & Inscribed copy / White DJ somewhat soiled with a few chips and creases and 2 inch closed tear /