44​.​1 + 56

by Simon H. Fell

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    2003 7in vinyl release, with folded paper insert in plastic sleeve.
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Two electronic compositions: No. 44.1 (Electronic Study No. 1) and No. 56 (The Improving Inglenook).

[play at 45rpm by the way - it doesn't actually say...]

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"Electronic Study No. 1 is Fell's tribute to the pioneers of electronic music who inspired him in his youth. It's a lively march-past of sine and square waves, an eructation of robust poops and parps from the flatulent dawn of electronic processing. The Improving Inglenook is what Fell calls a 'free rhapsody' compiled from the clashing and clanging church bells of Great St. Mary's in Haverhill, Suffolk. These most English of sounds are subjected to brisk distortion and reorganisation, but still ring out wildly. Concise no-nonsense compositions." Clive Bell THE WIRE

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released July 1, 2003

Simon H. Fell: electronics

2002 (8 mins.) in folded paper sleeve & plastic outer
© Irrational Arts 2003

full track listing:
01. Composition No. 44.1: Electronic Study No. 1 [4m12s]
02. Composition No. 56: The Improving Inglenook [4m01s]

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Bruce's Fingers Saint Dizier Leyrenne, France

Bruce's Fingers is a record label founded in 1983 by bassist, composer & improviser Simon H. Fell.
The label's publications (which also include books and scores) are centred around free / contemporary jazz, improvised music & contemporary / experimental composition.
Initially focussed on Fell's own work, the BF project has since expanded to include many other things besides...
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