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Artist: Ken Moore

Year: 1981
Country: United States
Catalog No: Anvil Creations AC05
Format: Tape
  Tidal Rush (30:00)
A1a Part I: The Tide 12:25
A1b Part II: The Wave 17:35
B1 January 15:35
B2 Prism Eye Glass (Pt.2) 10:50
  Tidal Rush  
B3c Part III: The Rush 3:00
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  • Recorded At – Anvil Creations Studio
  • Bass Guitar [Electric] – Mark Chance
  • Drums [Premiere Set], Chimes, Bells, Cymbal, Percussion [All Sorts] – Larry Jeter
  • Organ [Hammond M2, Lowrey T1], Synthesizer [Moog], Piano [Acoustic] – Ken Moore
All tracks live (except "January" : electric piano added by Ken Moore (complements of Ken Subotka... his Fender Rhodes)
"Tidal Rush" recordings are from 1975.

Branded cassette (usually Maxell) hand labelled, comes in a standard cassette case. Covers are photocopies. Track inserts are individually hand written by Ken Moore and vary (some include more info than others, some with track durations, some not) hence no two copies are exactly the same.
Archive Recording, recorded 1975 with percussionist, Larry Jeter, and bassist, Mark Chance
Putting three musicians together from different backgrounds was an experiment all its own. This is primarily a percussion album with keyboards. Mark Chance was a rock bass guitarist who was integrating his own style of playing with what was a cohesion of jazz and electronic music. Sort of a free-form improvisational jam session with the drummer honed in to every lick the keyboard player emitted. Truly this is a collaboration of Jeter and Moore, who came from two different backgrounds, yet willing to try something different. Recorded by Ken Moore in 1975, the world was not yet ready for this music, so Anvil Creations Studio presents here for the first time in digital format, the live groove sessions of ELIXIR.Larry Jeter-Premiere drums, custom chimes, cymbals and percussion Ken Moore-Hammond organ, Moog synthesizer, Lowrey organ, ARP SE and Fender Rhodes electric piano Mark Chance-electric bass guitar