Tuesday, May 17, 2011

Peach of Immortality REPOST!

(Originally posted as Degradable Ring in Fourfold Catamaran...)

Another moldering cassette unearthed while sifting through the archive.

Peach of Immortality - ... need "Thee"

POI's debut release. Press putrefy, drop a fistful of microdots, then sink through yourself like you know you should...



(1984, Adult Contemporary Recordings ACR001 C-60, edition of 15, out of print.)

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Side A

01 18 Aug 84 (6:31)

2nd Alternative Festival, Dupont Circle, Washington, DC.

Jared Henrdrickson - guitar
Tom Smith - tape, turntable

direct to two-track

02 16 Nov 84 (9:32)

Hardart Gallery, Washington, DC

Jared Hendrickson - guitar
Rogelio Maxwell - cello
Tom Smith - tape

with guests:

Patrick Miller (from Minimal Man) - voice
Mitch Parker - guitar

mixed by Wag

03 30 Aug 84 (10:17)

d.c. space, Washington, DC

Jared Hendrickson - guitar
Rogelio Maxwell - cello
Tom Smith - tape, turntable

mixed by Wag

04 6 Oct 84 (2:44)*

Psychedelly, Bathesda, MD

Jared Hendrickson - guitar
Rogelio Maxwell - cello
Tom Smith - tape

mixed by Mitch Parker

(*On this evening we opened for Hüsker fucking Dü! 'Twas a pigfuck...)

Side B

05 12 July 84 (11:30)

d.c. space, Washington, DC

Jared Hendrickson - guitar
Tom Smith - tape, turntable

mixed by Wag

06 17 Oct 84 (16:23)

Hardart Gallery, Washington, DC

Jared Hendrickson - guitar
Rogelio Maxwell - cello
Tom Smith - tape

mixed by Joseph Kennedy

... need "Thee" produced by Tom Smith and Peach of Immortality.

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(130 MB, ripped @ 320 from the original ACR master.)


Here.

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I didn't succumb. Why should you?

Best,

TS

3 comments:

Luca said...

Thank you so much Tom! I have been wanting to hear this forever! Thank You!

ommyth said...

You're quite welcome, Luca. If you like, feel free to post your thoughts after you've given the album a listen.

Best,

TS

Luca said...

I actually really enjoyed this more then I thought I would. And it seemed after every track it just had this surreal infusion of sound after the next, almost like a buildup after another.

I would have loved to have been to some of these performances