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Artist: David Toop / Paul Burwell

Year: 1979
Country: United Kingdom
Catalog No: Quartz Publications, !QUARTZ 003
Format: Vinyl Lp
Spezification: vg+/vg
A1   Stigmata 4:30
A2   Marks And Social Purpose 9:21
A3   Mud / Swifts / Din / Stench 5:13
A4   Concerning The Housing Situation In London 0:58
B1   Cosmopolitan Order Of Birds 4:54
B2   The Experiment Of Olgas Hand 6:47
B3   Extasy Of A Bird Karma 2:37
B4   We Can Have A Good Time Without Snakes 4:31
B5   No Electricity 1:54
Companies, etc.
  • Recorded At – London Musicians' Collective
  • Phonographic Copyright ? – Quartz Publications
  • Copyright © – Quartz Publications
  • Edited By [Tape Editing], Producer [Production], Design [Label + Cover], Composed By [All Titles] – Toop*, Burwell*
  • Electric Guitar, Flute, Performer [Home-made + Found Stuff], Tape [Cassette Tapes], Noises [Water, Rubbish, Noise, Small Explosives] – David Toop
  • Liner Notes – P.B.*
  • Percussion, Harp [6-string Harp], Fiddle [2-string Bamboo Fiddle], Performer [Bird Decoys], Whistle, Noises [Rubbish, Paper, Water] – Paul Burwell
  • Recorded By – Max Eastley, Russ Wood
  • Recorded By [Tape Of Continamo Falls] – Toop*, Figuera*
This record edited from tapes recorded at the London Musicians Collective, 42 Gloucester Avenue, London, NW1 / concert evening of Saturday 30 June 1979. Recorded on a Uher Stereo Report with 2 AKG S224 microphones. Music improvised / one of many hundreds of performances given by this duo in the 10 years they have played together. 

The parrot's long goodbye recorded London Zoo + whirled tape recorder with tape of Continamo Falls, recorded Amazonas, 16 November 1978 by Toop and Figuera.