Media Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Sleeve Condition: Very Good Plus (VG+)
Moderate amount of background noise, probably resolved with a clean. Small 5mm nick in bottom edge of cover
Produced by Bell Telephone Laboratories (1957–61).
Created on I.B.M. 7090 Computer and Digital to Sound Transducer.
Front laminated flipback cover.
Laminated with ‘Clarifoil’ made by British Celanese Limited.
Advertised as a new release in “Like it’s out of this world, Daisy”, Gramophone magazine, March 1963, p. 21.
A1. Unknown Artist – Frere Jacques
A2. Orlando Gibbons – Fantasia
A3. Max Mathews – Bicycle Built For Two
A4. John Robinson Pierce – Molto Amoroso
A5. John Robinson Pierce – Variations In Timbre And Attack
A6. John Robinson Pierce – Stochatta
A7. John Robinson Pierce – Five Against Seven-Random Canon
A8. John Robinson Pierce – Beat Canon
A9. John Robinson Pierce – Melodie
A10. Max Mathews – Numerology
B1. Max Mathews – The Second Law
B2. Max Mathews – May Carol
B3. S.D. Speeth – Theme And Variations
B4. David Lewin (2) – Study No. 1
B5. David Lewin (2) – Study No. 2
B6. Newman Guttman – Pitch Variations
B7. James Tenney – Noise Study
B8. Max Mathews – Joy To The World
Matrix / Runout MG-8692-1B
Matrix / Runout MG-8693-1B
Rights Society N.C.B. / B.I.E.M.
Licensed From Decca Records, Inc.
Printed By James Upton Ltd.
Made By British Celanese Limited
Published By Copyright Control
Published By Francis, Day & Hunter