by Gen Ken Montgomery

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dharmalogos Rather than describe what this sounds like (a futile task), I will describe how it makes me feel. First it is much like white noise, blocking the world around me. It's just me and whatever I happen to be giving my attention to with no distractions or external worries. Then it is energizing and uplifting. I have more focus and energy. These soundscapes get me in the zone to help me concentrate on whatever I'm doing, whether it be washing dishes or scrolling Facebook. And it sounds damn cool too. Favorite track: Gattertor.
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Gattertor 31:32


Originally issued in 1990 by Direction Music, 2020 reissue authorized by Gen Ken Montgomery.

Side A - amplified drum skin, brass pipes, violin, answering machine & synthesizer recorded at Gencave, New York City, mixed at Arcane Device Studio NYC 1990, performed at Gateway Theater, NYC August 26, 1989 as part of the Festival of The Swamps (recording available on Audiofile Tapes NYC).

Side B - processed electronics, violin, voice with additional live recordings made outside the window of D. Myers during mixdown, recorded in the Gencave NYC 1989, mixed at Arcane Device Studio NYC 1990.

Special thanks to David Myers and Peter Harrison.
Cover artwork by Warren W. Morris
Thank you Ken for your always-wonderful work.


released January 22, 2020



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