PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS THE ORIGINAL 7" VINYL FROM 1971.
This is NOT a repress.
This is NOT the flexi disc that came with The Unexplained magazine.
This rare & highly collectible 7" single from 1971 introduced electronic voice phenomena (EVP) to the wider British public. Recorded by Konstantin Raudive & issued to accompany the publication of his seminal book 'Breakthrough - an amazing experiment in electronic communication with the Dead'.
Grab yourself a copy in its original sleeve still with the orginal erratum insert plus new sleeve notes from the publisher explaining the origins of this remarkable & highly influential recording.
Presented by Buried Treasure in a new, wrap around, protective artwork & sleeve.
This is a vinyl only release with no audio download available.
However, we have included a 12" by 12" high resolution PDF poster file of the new artwork that can be downloaded for printing with each order.
Limted edition with no repress.
released May 8, 2016
Presented by Buried Treasure Records in collaboration with Colin Smythe Publishing & Vista Recordings. May 2016.
REALLY wish I'd subscribed sooner to be able to enjoy this on vinyl! Curious the artist cited 12 Monkeys and not La Jetee as one of the key inspirations. For me, this has a more somber, introspective and timeless feel more akin to La Jetee than 12 Monkeys (though I also am a big fan of Terry Gilliam). Gorgeous music and you get the bonus of a list of excellent movies to enjoy (another note to the artist: Time Crimes is also a good film to watch). Now to somehow procure a vinyl copy... Anthony Childs
Fascinating chat with Mr. Concretism. Great to hear about his synths and software and the track by track analysis of The Concretism Archive vol.1 adds to the listening experience - more of that sort of thing please! Infinite Tapes