release is now down to the last
remaining copies. As it is now a rare
collectible item it is only listed on
Discogs and the UT catalogue.
Auricle AMC 028 158'40" DELETED
(Parts 1-24) 40'38"
including several pieces for small mock orchestra
(Parts 1-28) 41'16"
abstract dances and bizarre happenings
(Parts 1-11) 37'42"
mysterious sounds from beneath the earth
Con Dolore 18'55"
(Parts 1-9) 19'49"
returning from whence we came...
Recorded at Con's home studio in Berlin: A - 15 January 1987, B - 20 January
1987, C - 28 January 1987, D1 17 December 1986, D2 26 January 1987.
Coordinated by Con. Production and titles by Auricle Music. Cover by Alan.
Conrad Schnitzler: composing.
Wolfgang Hertz: voicing.
of the finest from the early digital era of Conrad Schnitzler, even better
than the LP of the time "Micon In Italia" this is a mixture of
avant/melodic hybrids, pieces that sound a bit like The Residents in
instrumental "Mole" mode or the quirkier end of Sky era Asmus
Tietchens. In all, a great value release!
Wolfgang Hertz can also be heard
solo on the "Historical Auricle"
CDR release, with the enigmatic but powerful "Return 9" dating from
1984, originally from the now deleted "Journey To The End Of Night"
Auricle double cassette.
Note: Licence was for 200 copies,
however only the first 100 were numbered (written in silver ink #/200 on the
cassette case). Set comes in a large (137mm x 105mm) clear cassette case,
with insert printed black on marlmarque (card first 120, paper later ones). A
CDR version is also available via download.
DELETED - last copies via Discogs & UT catalogue
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Con-Hertz on Discogs
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