special offer "Portland oregon, art museum, early 1976. In the auditorium, drums, electic violin and cello played thru an echoplex, a 4 channel tape deck was playing pre-recorded electronic skronks, flutes, and off speed voices, dancers were holding video cameras, connected to a Paik video synth that was creating a live video projection. The music was crazed scary and funny and beautiful. The man behind all this was Lee rockey. This was the second (and last) of his full blown personal music art world performances. A few months later I saw Lee on drums with Kenneith Rexroth poetry and jazz. He was also developing his own music and painting style and appeared on a few Smegma records. this record (his first solo release) is from 7 inch reel tapes recorded mostly early 1960s, early 1970s with Lee on home made electronics loops, horns, violin, cello, drums, bells and poss Dick Knudsen on cello." (Ju Suk Reet Meate) back in stock
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