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  • louise landes levi – from the ming oracle – sloowax

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    Recording by Louise Landes Levi on traditional bowed harp or sarangi and Hilary Jeffery (who also plays with Catherine Christer Hennix) on trombone drone. Levi studied sarangi under the guidance of Annapurna Devi and Ali Akbar Khan.
    Levi & Jeffery interpret the perennial tradition of Indian raga – informed by the deep dream of the 20th century & the visionary ensembles of the mid century: The Floating Lotus Magic Opera Company (Daniel Moore) & The Theatre of Eternal Music (La Monte Young & Marian Zazeela). Also an accomplished poet, the LP comes with a booklet with a selection of poems from ‘Tower 2/TARA or dc-x’, which was originally printed for the funeral rites of Simon Vinkenoog. Edition of 300 copies.

  • ghq – square growth sessions – sloow tapes

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    Performer – Marcia Bassett, Pete Nolan, Steve Gunn

  • april in the orange – when a river meets the sea – sloow tapes

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    Guitar, Mandolin, Chimes, Vocals – Andrew Barrett (4)
    Violin – Mike Collino
    Vocals, Guitar – Samantha Linn

  • modulator esp ‎– new horizons – sloow tapes

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    Recorded live on 21st April 2010, further overdubs and editing on 1st and 6th June 2010.

    Limited to 70 copies.

  • hans plomp – mutantra prophecies & spells – sloow tapes

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    Mid-eighties recordings by Dutch poet and writer Hans Plomp together with musicians and friends. Hans was involved in the Provo movement of the sixties and later on he squatted a village near Amsterdam with friends called Ruigoord, which still exists today. He is also an expert on psychedelics, hence his book ‘Uit Je Bol’ is a cult classic in The Netherlands. This tape features him reading his poems in English and Dutch. Also included is a recent scandalous interview. 100 copies.

  • raising holy sparks – old times & end times – sloow tapes

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    CS 40
    Psych folk drone music by David Colohan lost in the mists of time. Featuring Alison O’Donnell of Mellow Candle fame. 80 copies.

  • amanita vulva – dwellers of kleine eiland – sloow tapes

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    Psychedelic improv band from Brussels featuring Bart Sloow, angoulème oridian, Bear Bones Lay Low, Weird Dust and Bonzai Tarzan. Free your fungi mind! Handmade covers, all different. Edition of 100 copies.

  • patti smith – munich monologue – sloow tapes

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    Never before published interview with Patti Smith by Michael Köhler from ’77 in which she talks about her influences and the art of performance. As an added extra there is her full performance at P78, in Paradiso. Cover by Harry Hoogstraten. Edition of 100 copies.

  • judith malina – we are all holy -sloow tapes

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    A rare, historical recording by Judith Malina, who started The Living Theatre together with Julian Beck back in 1947. Their plays were free from commercial considerations and limiting conventions, they taught how to be free from the state, to oppose the war in every form. One of their most famous pieces was Paradise Now, a psychedelic masterpiece play based on the Kabbala and the I Ching. This tape documents Malina’s poetry. In the words of Ira Cohen: “These are poems of a war-horse, who eschews every form of war except the battle of the soul to do better or someone who never doubted clouds would break, who never dreamed that wrong would triumph. Accompanied by Julian Beck, her presiding eagle-angel of anarchism… even in death he lights her way, still the muezzin sings, calling our hearts to prayer and to action, always to action. These are poems of the Star Tribe, and as the lady says, “Come swiftly, o sweet reconciliation!” These are poems of light and darkness and I cannot help but be reminded, “The light shines in the darkness, but the darkness comprehendeth it not.” These lines in the Bible have never been far from my thoughts from the first time I read them, and now Judith takes me to that place in myself which restores the hope that the darkness will and does indeed comprehend it, that we in our own struggle to know and to do, will also be comprehended.” Recorded by Brad Burgess and Louise Landes Levi. Cover by Christopher Felver. Edition of 100 copies.