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Thu Sep 20 14:24:20 PDT 2012
Gen is not going to be on the Desertshore album at all.
There is a list of all the vocalists for every song up somewhere.
I was just reading it a couple weeks ago but dont remember where I saw it at.
And The music was all done by Chris and Cosey, as well as Danny Hyde who helped assist with Sleazys part since Sleazy didnt get much of his part recorded at all before he passed away.
Sleaz was busy finishing up Time Machines II and was going to get to Desertshore after that but sadly it never happened.
From: "David Bourgoin" <david_bourgoin at yahoo.co.uk>
Sent: 9/20/2012 2:13 pm
To: grief at hollyfeld.org
Subject: Re: [Grief] Pastimes
There's two Desertshore teasers up now
No sign of Genesis in either of them but a number of other vocalists are present.
From: Ben Waddington <falsedog at yahoo.com>
To: "grief at hollyfeld.org" <grief at hollyfeld.org>
Sent: Thursday, 20 September 2012, 21:45
Subject: [Grief] Pastimes
Hm, I'm sure I saw the Speed title in the 80s, before Blood Pressure appeared.
Re Giftgas (and all the Dossier releases) some great nuggets but I'm pretty sure the jams are c.1976 -77. Stating 1975 was I suspect GPOs way of not having to credit Sleazy who by that time hadn't joined. By the time of the Dossier releases, they hadn't spoken for ten years.
And looks like that's just happen again with Desertshore! Stalinists eh? ;0)
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> Yeah.. its a good instrumental album.. As for the titles.. the four tracks are just called Pastimes part 1, 2 and 3. And Industrial Muzak... which is also known as Speed from the bootleg CD Blood Pressure that Gen released on Dossier back in 1995, without the bands permission, along with Giftgas and Kreeme Horn in 1997.
> Giftgas is an excellent album. Its one of my favorites by TG. 71 minutes of great instrumental improv music from 1975.
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> From: "Ben Waddington" <falsedog at yahoo.com>
> Sent: 9/20/2012 6:11 am
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> Subject: [Grief] Pastimes Industrial Muzak
> I've been playing this minor album a lot recently, some nice subtle changes in the long hypnotic Industrial Muzac track! Anyone got titIes for these four tracks? I seem to remember years ago seeing that IM was actually called Speed but can't now think where I would have seen that. I have the CDr which has no info on, but is there anything on the IRC tape that might reveal anything?
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