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To No Avail

Artist: Ken Moore

Year: 1983
Country: United States
Catalog No: Anvil Creations AC12
Format: Tape
A1 Imaginary Expedients 8:15
A2 To No Avail 7:05
A3 For The Duration 3:00
A4 For The Root Is The Dream 9:10
A5 La Fontaine 3:20
B1 Viscous 8:40
B2 Intguition Or Precognition 7:30
B3 Experiment DS6 8:40
B4 Rapier 2:20
Companies, etc.
  • Recorded At – Anvil Creations Studio
  • Written-By, Performer, Arranged By, Recorded By – Ken Moore (4)
Synergy Polyphonic courtesy of Don & Judy Records.

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.
Originally released in 1983 on the cassette from Anvil Creations could be considered Ken's fourth "electronic music" work in his EM series (beginning with Tempus Fugit, then To Come Into Being, and thirdly, Loubi Stem) which also ended Ken’s campaign to promote his own music temporarily. Originally, it had some Rosenzweig & Moore material on one side, and later was re-vamped to include recordings done at Don Slepian's place with the SYNERGY polyphonic synthesizer. Very few people acquired this one.. Two works were recorded on a Synergy Polyphonic Digital Synthesizer, courtesy of Don Slepian, and the two shorts are experimental in nature. The title track compiled entirely on an ARP Odyssey synthesizer. The bonus track was played on a home-made harpsichord, with ARP synth added later.