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Tempus Fugit

Artist: Ken Moore

Year: 1981
Country: United States
Catalog No: Anvil Creations AC02,
Format: Tape
Spezification: Recordings 76, 79) (FIRST ELECTRONIC MUSIC TAPE), released 1980
A1 Dream In E/C 7:55
A2 Album Leaf 9:15
A3 Synergistic Relationship 3:50
A4 System 001 1:10
B1 Oche De Leah 12:30
B2 Tempus Fugit 9:50
  • Synthesizer [Mini Moog Synthesizer, Arp String Ensemble], Effects [Echoplex], Voice [Voice & Breath], Organ [Lowrey T1 Organ], Sounds [Travelling Alarm Clock, Various Cuckoo Clocks], Composed By, Engineer – Ken Moore (4)
All titles realized on magnetic tape (1976-1979).

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.
Recorded in the 1970's, this was Ken's first Electronic Music album, which was available on cassette tape from Anvil Creations Studio, and for a short time through Archie Patterson's Eurock Distribution. Some of these tracks were recorded in historic Ellicott City, near Baltimore, Maryland. Ken usually describes this kind of music as organic abstract music, although some electronic instruments are employed, such as the classic Minimoog from Moog MuSonics, and the ARP String Ensemble, as well as organs like Lowrey and Hammond.