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Abstract Exhibitionism Volume Two
  1. Banarnia Subscrap
  2. 1,003 Manoeuvres
  3. PEACE: Drop It!
  4. Good Music Is Where You Hide It
  5. My Aiwa
  6. Like Drenno
  7. Speak To Me Old Friend
  8. It's Got To Be Magic
  9. The World Looks Better From Behind (Jobim)
  10. All You Can Eat
  11. Fuck The Right
  12. Makin' A Album Doesn't Grow On Trees
  13. I Take It Solo
  14. Big Up My Man Buoyed
  15. Description Of Abstract Routines
  16. It Was All We Could Do To Do This
  17. Makin' A Album (Inst)
  18. The Water Never Stops
  19. Gob Hoppin'


SLEEVE NOTE
INSIGNIFICOUNTY COUNCIL USA. THE SIDEWALKS HAVE HAD THEIR LAST DIPPING FOR THE DAY, PEOPLE ARE JUST BEGINNING TO PUT TOGETHER THE SAME FRIDAY NITE AS EVER. BUT TONIGHT IS A SPECIAL NIGHT: IT'S A CONCERT IN TOWN. THERE'S A BIG SHOW OF UNACCOMPANIED ROCK SINGING, WHICH IS ARWOL, OR A WOOLY PSYNONYM. AND SOMETIMES UNACCOMPLISHED SIGNING ARRANGEMENTS CAN BE EXTRAORDINARY, YOU YURT YOUR LOINS ABOUT, YOU CURLY GIBBON. THIS IS AT ONCE A SLAYER ALBUM, AND AT ONCE A MADONNA ALBUM: NOW AN ALLEGORY OF THE RIVER STREAM, ADVENTURES FOR A HEART, NOW A THEN-AGAIN ROCK N POP ALLERGY, NOSTALGINATING YET FULLY RECORDED IN A CHALET, GRAVELY DEVOID OF I-AM-A-COMMUNICATOR PRETENSIONS. WORLD

Gwilly Edmondez: Improvasm - Sony, Aiwa, all good, all real, no fuzz, no crud. You have been watching. Please say hello to: THF/SP/OTL/Nes/Kes/KMcC/PAT-AT/RS/The Lord And All 1,000 Earthz, Giver the Guffer, the Lather, the Grid and they Seed, The Watsonian Eye, Make A Start Today: Stop Sharon, Eat Your All...

Recorded with hands in York and St Veran, 84France, between Feb & April 2002. The following artists appear without they prior consent: Ian Watson, Gabelli Sobin, Esther Sobin, THF Drenching, Sam Dodd, Westwood.


DESCRIPTION
Revisiting the vessel of the decomposed improvisor, Gwilly enters the machine for Abstract Exhibitionism Volume Two, indulging in modulations of cassette tape spooling beyond control - all the manipulation and processing of sound happen at the very moment of capture creating a music that tempers the mood of a Jan Svankmajer short with the introduction of intoxicated household pets. As such, this is the definitive dictaphone album. As ever, entirely improvised and subject to very little editing.


RELATED RESOURCES:
The Films of Gwilly Edmondez on UbuWeb