A Pleasure Cruise Through 9 Dimensions

EDWARD KA-SPEL

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Release date and tracklist

December 2011
US LP Beta-lactam Ring Records mt266a

Cover ImageSide A

  1. Ghost in the Garden (Part 1)

Side B

  1. Patterns on the Wall
  2. Motorik
  3. A Tearful Wave Through the Window

 

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US CD Beta-lactam Ring Records mt266bCover Image

  1. Ghost in the Garden (Part 1)
  2. Patterns on the Wall
  3. Motorik
  4. A Tearful Wave Through the Window

 

 

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US Cassette  Beta-lactam Ring Records  mt266cCover Image

Side A

  1. Ghost in the Garden (Part 1)

Side B

  • Patterns on the Wall
  • Motorik
  • A Tearful Wave Through the Window

 

 

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US 8-Track Beta-lactam Ring Records mt266dCover Image

  1. Ghost in the Garden (Part 1)
  2. Patterns on the Wall
  3. Motorik
  4. A Tearful Wave Through the Window
  5. Ghost in the Garden (Part 2) (8-Track only)

 

 

 

 


Credits 

  • Edward Ka-Spel- Keyboards (analogue, digital and virtual), electronics, acoustic things, devices.
  • Alena Boyokova- Devices and voice

Notes 

The CD was a limited edition of 200.

The LP version was a limited edition of 150 numbered and signed copies in a handmade gimmix art sleeve by Ekul B. and Armchair Migraine Journey on 180 gram vinyl.

The Cassette version was a limited edition of 15 copies in handmade art sleeves.  Also included an autographed card.

The 8-Track Cartridge was a limited edition of 15 numbered copies and included an insert with a wheel on one side and credits on the other as well as an autographed card.


Press Release

A Pleasure Cruise Through 9 Dimensions successfully takes yet another left turn by presenting an album covered in concrete. Musique concrete. Edward Ka-Spel has eschewed all song structure in favor of avant-garde soundscapes. The word “soundscapes” is almost a dirty word in most cases, but EKS attacks sound like a master sculptor, freeing unique and surprising sonic forms from the ether. He brilliantly decoupages electronics with emotional otherness, punctuated by disembodied voices that bubble up from the beyond. This is what Xenakis and Schaeffer listen to in electro-acoustic Heaven. Why be outward-bound when you can be Edward-bound. –Beta-lactam Ring Records

 

 

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