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|A1||Black Crack And The Sole Survivors
Clarinet, Other [Imagistic Inspiration] – Rush RankinClarinet, Vocals [With Laughs], Tenor Saxophone, Other [Dancing] – Mike Roach Flute [Mouth], Percussion, Performer [Pins, Soy, Alteration] – Kurt EckhardtGuitar – Radio Rich DaltonHarmonica – Sylvia ThomasKazoo – Rev. Jim RogersOther [Lights], Percussion – Rich Percussion, Tape [Tape Machine] – Bill ScanlanPerformer [Tin Cans], Piano, Vocals – Rev. Tommy Gomersall*Sousaphone – Bill Jones Tenor Saxophone, Clarinet, Electronics [Audio Oscillator], Performer [Chair, Trash Can, Pins, Soybeans] – Rev. Dwight Frizzell
|Fredrik's Cosmic Spaced Out Blues Band And Orchestra|
|A3||Get It Out Of Your System||6:18|
|A4||Chili Supper Polka||2:20|
|B1||Journey Of Turtles
Percussion – Bill ScanlanPercussion, Clarinet [Reduced Speed] – Rev. Dwight Frizzell
|B2||Pre-Transfromation Of Turtle To Bird
Percussion, Flute – Rev. Dwight Frizzell
|B4||Fly By Night
Clarinet, Tenor Saxophone, Electronics – Rev. Dwight FrizzellElectric Guitar – John ScanlanEngineer – Bill Scanlan
|B5||O What Joy It Is To Know You Have A Turtle Heart
Engineer – Bill ScanlanTenor Saxophone – Rev. Dwight Frizzell
- Co-producer – Mike Davies
- Design [Assisted With Original Cover Design] – Larry Schuermann, Sharon
- Design [Cover Design], Photography By [Cover Photos] – Kurt Eckhardt, Rev. Dwight Frizzell
- Engineer [Digital Transfer] – Scott Middleton
- Engineer [Remix] – Bill Scanlan, Rev. Dwight Frizzell
- Photography By [Black Crack Courtesy] – Robyn Nichols
- Remastered By – Dave Brock , Rev. Dwight Frizzell
- Tape [Source Tapes] – Rev. Dwight Frizzell
- Technician [Reassembly Of The Lp], Producer, Artwork By – Clive Graham
NotesComes with 4 page numbered booklet and cover sticker.
All tracks were originally released to commemorate the First Annual End of the World Celebration, November 18th, 1976.
Track 1 recorded live in concert at the Kansas City Art Institute Foundation Studio, November 18th, 1975, and in the KCAI Epperson Auditorium, December 4th through December 5th, 1975.
Tracks 2 to 4 recorded live at the 2nd RLDS Church chili supper March 24th, 1974 in Independence, Missouri.
Tracks 5 and 6 recorded atop the midget pyramid in McCoy Park, Independence, Missouri, June 1976.
Track 7 partially recorded at Rupert's Manufacturing in Blue Springs.
Track 8 recorded atop the midget pyramid on August 20, 1976.
40th anniversary vinyl reissue. It was originally released in mono, in an edition of 200 by Cavern Custom in 1976. Beyond the Black Crack was the concept of Reverend Dwight Frizzell, a musician, film maker, doctor of metaphysics and minister in the Universal Church of Life. Mentioned on the pivotal Nurse With Wound list, it remains a little known classic and one of the most unique listening experiences in modern experimental music.
Recorded between 1974 and 1976 in locations as diverse as factories, the pyramid opposite Harry Truman's grave site, as well as more "conventional" concert settings. Beyond The Black Crack is a dark, dizzying and exhilarating journey through free jazz, electronics and environmental sound, all shattered by Frizzell's radical tape editing. This reissue has been remastered from the tapes. Includes a four-page booklet with photos from the time; Pressed at Optimal in an edition of 500 (numbered).
|PD 06||Anal Magic & Rev. Dwight Frizzell||Anal Magic & Rev. Dwight Frizzell - Beyond The Black Crack (CD, Album, RE)||Paradigm Discs||PD 06||UK||1998|
|6104-12||Anal Magic & Rev. Dwight Frizzell||Anal Magic & Rev. Dwight Frizzell - Beyond The Black Crack (LP, Album, Ltd)||Cavern Custom Recordings||6104-12||US||1976|