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Fission
Corrosion

EXTREMITIES

COLLISION THEORY

CD-R Auricle AMCDR 141 deleted

duration: 71'43"

1. Collider 3'26"
2. Fission 8'58"
3. Slither 4'10"
4. Corrosion 8'20"
5. Action <> Reaction 14'15"
6. Quark 7'38"
7. Snippet 2'54"
8. Crash 14'50"
9. Energy Release 7'06"

Recorded direct to digital at Tachyon Studio 2/11/08.
Mixed and edited by Alan Freeman 19-21/11/08.

Alan: synths, guitar, laptop, samples, springs, voice, etc.
Steve: bass, loops, tapes, cymbal, synths, etc.
Dave: flute, violin, hurdy gurdy, etc.
Jim: keyboard, laptop, guitar, etc.

review...
Another Extremities session that comprised of just three big improvisations, but this time we seemed to move in phases, 11 different phases in fact, of those phases I discarded two and ended up with the nine on this disc. "Collision Theory" amounts to a powerful outing. Only days before this (21st October) Alan, Steve & Jim had been involved in a heady inspiring session at Quad Studios "Quadelectronic 5" coincidentally the same day day as the CERN Large Hadron Collider was officially inaugerated in Geneva, Switzerland, hence the inspiration and concept of the titles!
Curious numeracy here: the previous Extremities session was 11/02, this one was 02/11, QE5 was 21/10, also 2 sections were discarded out of 11! All a coincidence?

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CD-R - released 2009.
Hosted on Bandcamp by Jim Tetlow.




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