Small edition print of an essay by Nicky Hamlin
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This essay was written in 2013 for a booklet to accompany the re-issue of lost LP originally created in 1978 by CCMC (Canadian Creative Music Collective), including Michael Snow on piano and trumpet, and John Oswald on alto saxophone. Because lack of funds prevented publication of the booklet it is published here. Since it was intended primarily for distribution in North America, some terminology reflects that, ie the use of the word 'faucet' instead of 'tap'.
Includes film excerpts on a USB key by Michael Snow and Wojciech Bruszewsky and an original photography by Friedl Kubelka.
Limited edition of 200
|Artist(s)||Nicky Hamlin, Michael Snow, Friedl Kubelka, Wojciech Bruszewski|
|Format||Paperback, uncut pages, small format, USB key|